Sex with a dependent employee is rape
Schwarzenegger, the powerful strong governor having sex with a dependent employee, his maid Mildred Patricia Baena. By feminist terminology, this is more then sexual harassment, this is rape. Due to the power differential, she is unable to consent.
Arnold Schwarzenegger fathered a child more than 10 years ago outside of his marriage to Maria Shriver, a source close to the former California governor confirmed to CNN on Tuesday. [...]
Schwarzenegger fathered the child with a household staffer, the Times article said. He has provided support for the child since birth, the source told CNN.
Schwarzenegger acknowledges having child with staffer
If the maid accused him of rape, Schwarzenegger would be instantly jailed with no bail
Can you imagine if the the maid Mildred came forward, now, with charges that he raped her? Just exaggerate things a little, how she was powerless and afraid of losing her job. But, as the burden of proof is inverted, it would be more prudent to allege real forcible rape, with some lurid details how she kept saying no but she was no match for his superior Mister Universe strength. She could allege that this was a repeated pattern, over years. She could even sprinkle in some allegations of sexual abuse of his child. He would have to prove his innocence.
Women don’t lie about rape and are instantly believed. Furthermore, our legal system and constitutional rights to due process are not valid in rape and child abuse cases. Men accused of rape are guilty until proven innocent.
Of course, after a decade there would be no way for him to prove his innocence. The child would be the proof of sex having happened. Add a few lurid stories about groping other women and orgies while pumping iron on steroids. Schwarzenegger would be arrested instantly. (like IMF Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn) No bail, because he might be a flight risk. Probably he could re-gain his Austrian nationality in case he made it to Europe.
The female power to cry "rape"
Our man-made cultural progress made us safe. We are not in constant danger of being attacked by lions, snakes, even marauding neighboring tribes. The Magna Carta and our modern constitutions gave us legal rights against unjust unproven accusations, undue imprisonment. Unfortunately, as Human-Stupidity documents, we created new dangers looming over every man (much less over women). Child abuse accusations, possession of so called child porn, and rape accusations can be leveled at any time against every man and lead to instant arrest, jail, and conviction without due process of law.
That power to allege rape, of course, give a woman infinite power. A man would have to cave in to her every demand and blackmail. It is amazing why Arnold Schwarzenegger dare to fire his maid. But she was a nice person with character, she only told the truth and did not use her legal privilege to accuse him of rape. It does not matter that maybe Mildred was the one that pursued Arnold.
Arnold can shirk paternity: legally the maid’s husband is the father
If Arnold did not recognize paternity, then he can not be forced any more. No matter how much proof, the maid Mildred Patricia Baena’s husband is the legal father and will be obliged to support the child. No way out. It does not matter that the child looks exactly like Arnold (see the photo)
But, of course, before she does that in court, she would have to establish as a matter of law that paternity and that, in fact, he is the father and that’s all very problematic because it’s presumed and conclusively presumed that a child born during a marriage is a child of the father, the spouse during the marriage and that’s a rebuttable presumption but the rebuttal has to come, generally, within two years — the first two years. If — if he wasn’t told until the third year it may be that that’s a conclusive presumption and that — and that she can’t establish paternity now unless everyone possibly agrees. In other words, if Arnold agrees that…
What Are the Possible Legal Implications of Schwarzenegger’s Affair and Love Child? | On the Record
Is it not amazing how several insane unjust feminist inspired politically correct laws can apply in one simple case?
Can’t rich powerful men find prettier lovers
We have come a long way from president Kennedy’s lovers (Marilyn Monroe), via homely Bill Clinton’s intern and now big breasted but homely Mildred Patricia Baena. The old code of silence gone, with modern press’ indiscretion, men have to cheat with who is easily available nearby.
Feminists already found out Arnold’s sexcapade is criminal
Of course, some feminists already found out the legal implications, but the mainstream press is still quiet about it.
But at the same time, I haven’t heard anyone really speculate what was going on for all these years between Baena and Schwarzenegger. Was it really just an "affair" — or something else?
When it comes to powerful men involved in "sex scandals," like Schwarzenegger, Tiger Woods, John Edwards, Bill Clinton, etc., we often jump right to focusing on the infidelity itself. Sure, they all had sex with other women behind their wives’ backs. They cheated. They’re dogs. But what about the element of power here? Why does no one consider for a moment that maybe these men used their positions of power to get what they wanted from women who weren’t their wives?
It seems like this question is especially pertinent in the Schwarzenegger situation. Baena was his employee for many years. We don’t know the exact circumstances … Sure, it’s possible that the two were completely on the same page and wanted to carry on a relationship behind Shriver’s back. But there’s also the possibility that their union was the result of an abuse of power.
Think about it on an everyday level. Say Schwarzenegger was just Baena’s boss at a retail gig, or a legal office, and he was coming onto her, and initiating an affair. Wouldn’t that be sexual harassment? Does the fact that we’re talking about a governor and his housekeeper make the situation any different?
"Sex scandals" like Schwarzenegger’s shouldn’t necessarily be considered throw-away infidelities. There’s something more here. All too often, these pampered celebrities or politicians appear to be abusing their positions of power by initiating sex with women who are their employees, their subordinates. It’s possible the affair is completely consensual, but it’s also hard to believe that Baena — and women like her — weren’t to some extent pressured into these affairs. And if that’s the case — why we aren’t calling a spade a spade. If it looks like it, walks like it, and sounds like it, it might just be sexual harassment. If so, men like Schwarzenegger must be legally called on their offense.
Do you think sexual harassment played any role in Schwarzenegger’s affair or similar "sex scandals"?