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#387 - thecharliesheen
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(06/14/2013) [-]
I see a lot of people talking about drunk women saying yes, and then regretting it in the morning.
Now, I've been thinking about it, and here's what I've come up with. Let's just all stay the hell away from drunk chicks. I mean, think about it, nothing good ever comes from hooking up with drunk chicks.
Either you get blamed for rape when she said yes and regrets it, or you wake up in the morning and she's ugly as hell and stalks you for a month.
So just as an overall general rule, let's keep the hell away from drunk chicks.
#391 to #387 - anon
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yeah you know except for the sex and when it's a hot chick and when it's a good looking chick and you end up hooking up a few more times and become **** buddies, but besides that awesome stuff nothing good comes from it.
#394 to #391 - thecharliesheen
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Yeah, I'll admit that would be pretty sweet.

But on the opposite end of the spectrum, said drunk chick wakes up in the morning and accuses you of rape because she regrets it. It's a little bit of a gamble.
#404 to #394 - anon
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Well roll the dice, if you never play you'll never win.

On a more serious note though you can usually tell when a chick has had too much too drink and it's pretty easy to avoid those types of girls, know when to hold em, know when to fold em
#408 to #404 - thecharliesheen
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That's definitely true. If she has 19 beer cans laying around her, probably a good idea to stay the **** away.

I wish you luck in your endeavors, friend.
#390 to #387 - paracelsus
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Your views on this matter make me think you might not have a whole lot of experience with the issue
#393 to #390 - thecharliesheen
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I'm not saying they're not accountable for their actions, because they are.

What I'm saying is a whole ********* could be avoided if you at least try to avoid drunk chicks, especially ones that seem...shifty.
#403 to #393 - paracelsus
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Yeah, good luck with the whole "avoiding drunk chicks" thing. As a man in college, let me assure you its nowhere near that easy
#407 to #403 - thecharliesheen
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I am in college. I'm just a severe recluse, and I don't go to parties. When I do get drunk, it's with close friends and maybe a few acquaintances.

All I'm saying is I've never been accused of rape using this tactic.
#412 to #407 - paracelsus
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neither have I. Its nowhere near as common as you probably think. That being said, it does happen, and is still an issue you have to be aware of
#413 to #412 - thecharliesheen
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Well, I was just saying because this website seems to think it's pretty common.

It was just some advice on being really careful. You don't have to follow it if you don't want, I guess. To each his own, friend.
#423 to #387 - writeroftoast
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The fact of the matter is, if a person is heavily intoxicated, that person CANNOT consent to sex, even if they say yes.

That's it. Easy solution: Don't take advantage of intoxicated people, men or women. Don't rape.

Having sex with a person who is really ****** up is a despicable thing to do.
#428 to #423 - thecharliesheen
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I completely agree with you. I think that having common sense it the best protection. Use your judgement. Think about a mother or a sister. Would you be okay with someone getting down with them if they were as ****** up as the person you're trying to get with?
#461 to #423 - verby
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And if it ever does happen, ensure that you are also ********* so that you can claim you were the one being raped
#489 to #461 - writeroftoast
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Okay well, I mean, I guess so.....??

But my point isn't that you shouldn't do it because you might get in trouble.

You shouldn't do it because having sex with someone who's heavily intoxicated is a horrible, ****** up thing to do.
#529 to #489 - verby
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it was jokes
#292 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe
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"There aren't any jokes about rape"
Here we go.

Some random woman stopped me in the street today and started telling me a joke. It had all the ingredients of a good joke: child abuse; incestual rape; tears and suffering; but I didn't understand the punchline. Something about $2 a month?

I called that Rape Advice Line earlier today.
Unfortunately, it's only for victims.

If a tree falls in a forest and no one hears it, does this mean I have found the perfect rape and murder location?

I've worked out why I often cry after sex ... that's the same knife I use for the onions!
#318 to #292 - tigersstripes
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i dont get the first one
#320 to #318 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe
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She's asking for donations for an abused and raped child (possibly herself)
The other person thinks it's a joke, and a joke with potential because it's about rape and child abuse.
#321 to #320 - tigersstripes
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Oh, thanks. I'm just a little slow sometimes..........
#294 to #292 - teranin [OP]
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Dude, how are you misreading this? It's saying that THIS PICTURE doesn't contain any jokes about rape, not taht none exist... FFS
#295 to #294 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe
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Oh, I thought the paragraph at the bottom was being general, saying that nothing glorifies rape and such.
#223 - acask
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clearly not enough sloths in the area
#183 - alucord
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#112 - anon
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I hate all this 'feminists are anti men' ****. Not true. We just want equality. I never get drunk to the extent of passing out or losing control, but I have been sexually assaulted and I know a number of friends who have too. In my case I was assaulted when I tried to break up with my partner and he got so furious and out of control he attacked me. I've had friends who have been attacked at parties (sober and wearing decent clothes), assaulted by teachers, been dragged into bushes and alleys on their way home from work-not once has it been because they were wearing hotpants or were pissed off their tits. So the statistic may be wrong there. But the rape culture is real-just look at how it is reported in the media and how girls who say they were raped are perceived. On here for example-everyone instantly goes 'probably deserved it'
#120 to #112 - teranin [OP]
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No one deserves to be raped, that is ridiculous. No one deserves to be accused of rape if they didn't do it, that is also ridiculous. You want to see a life get ruined? Don't look for the girl who got raped and went to the police, look for the guy who got accused of rape falsely. It doesn't matter if the charges are dropped, once it's been presented that man's life is screwed, forever.
#128 to #120 - anon
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"You want to see a life get ruined? Don't look for the girl who got raped"

Does this mean my friend who was raped by five men while taking a walk on the beach was doing just fine when she stopped eating, when she stopped talking, I never saw her smile again the way she used to before she died from malnutrition.

Sorry, maybe that's a bit of an extreme example. But when someone is raped, they experience RTS, which is about level with the kind of PTSD a veteran may experience, complete with physical symptoms such as migraines and inability to sleep. If not treated, this actually affects the victim so heavily it can evolve into a mental condition.

So yeah, rape kinda ruins lives
#135 to #128 - theexo
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yes rape is a problem, but anti-rape isn't the main goal of feminism. They want equality, which they already have. We should be working together to find out some sort of way to stop rape before it happens but that's hard due to the fact that we aren't psychic.
#141 to #128 - teranin [OP]
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you seem to have cut my sentence there to make your point. I'm not saying women who get raped don't get their lives ruined, I'm saying that the act of reporting it to the police ruins their lives far less than the act of falsely accusing a man of rape destroys his life. I am in no way implying that being raped will **** a person's life up royally, that would mean something was very wrong with me... I can only assume you misunderstood my comment.
#150 to #141 - anon
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Are you making the argument that people perceive a woman who goes to the police for a rape as a victim when she's not, or are you arguing that getting accused of rape is worse than actually getting raped? Because if it's the latter I'd have to say it's a little silly to compare two situations that ****** and claim one is worse than the other, without having true experience of both
#154 to #150 - teranin [OP]
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Neither, I'm arguing that the act of a woman reporting her rape to police will do less damage to her than her falsely accusing a man of rape will do to him. I am making no statements in regards to the damage the actual rape causes, which is obviously severe.
#158 to #154 - anon
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Ahh, okay. I was misunderstanding what you were saying then. Yes, that is much more sense make
#142 to #141 - teranin [OP]
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won't*
#139 to #128 - kafudamapla
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I find it unlikely that you yourself and many friends have been sexually assaulted on top of your other friend being gang-raped. Either you live in a proper dodgy area or you're exaggerating a bit, if the odds were that high everyone would know at least one person that had been sexually abused, and I'm quite sure that's not the case
#144 to #139 - anon
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I think you're getting me confused with some of the other anons, that's pretty much the only related experience I've had
#149 to #144 - kafudamapla
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Well for ****** sake would you pricks make accounts if you wanna comment? Why are anons allowed to comment?
#153 to #149 - anon
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I'm sorry, I'm too lazy, don't hate me

#57 - anon
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A lot of the time, not always so all you stupid bitches calm the **** down, the rape situation could have been easily avoided. Don't walk home drunk at 3 AM in a bad neighborhood. I wouldn't even do that and i'm a pretty big guy. It's just common sense and safety. Do not be a ******* cock tease, you know damn well that when a guy buys you a drink and you accept he thinks he has a chance. Don't like the guy? Don't take advantage of him. That's just being a bitch. Now the one that gets the most ****, don't dress like a whore. If i'm walking down Harlem at 3 AM in a very expensive suit with hundred dollar bills litterally FALLING OUT OF MY POCKET (like your tits in your shirt) I shouldn't be that shocked if someone tries to mug me. Basically for all the situations, use common sense.
#65 to #57 - TheCynic
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That's not how rape works.
Nobody rapes someone because they were "teased" or something like that. It isn't about sex, rape is about violence. It isn't at all about wanting to **** someone but they won't let you. Rapists are sick individuals who want to dominate someone usually of the opposite sex.

Saying that someone asked to get raped because they were outside and drunk is like saying that they also deserved to be shot or mugged.
#143 to #65 - Karibookiller
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NO. you can't possibly dare to make the assumption that all rape is based off of a primal desire to dominate some one of the opposite sex. You simply can't. Yes you can say that is trues for most, but definitely not all. Also, yes it is possible that some one would rape someone else because they were teased. there are people out there who can't control their desire, and don't care how they get laid that night, as long as they do. There are plenty of rape cases where some body wants to get laid, and don't care what lengths they have to go to to do it.
#225 to #143 - TheCynic
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You can't dare to make the assumption that it's about attraction or desire. It's possible that someone just wanted to get laid, but rape isn't a sexual act it's a violent one. There are a lot of ways to relieve sexual tension or sexual desire. I'm sure it's happened more than once, but that's also like saying there could be someone who becomes enraged at the site of the color red and will stab anyone wearing a red shirt. It's possible, but just not likely.
#200 to #65 - meegal
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I just want to start out by saying I am in no way saying rape is ok or anything. Now, I like the way Dave Chappelle put it while talking about whores. If you dress a certain way people make assumptions, which is wrong, but it's true.
#231 to #200 - TheCynic
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I'm sorry, but that is an awful excuse.   
   
"That woman is dressing provocatively. She must want me to **** her uncontrollably without her consent."
I'm sorry, but that is an awful excuse.

"That woman is dressing provocatively. She must want me to **** her uncontrollably without her consent."
#83 to #65 - anon
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Don't put yourself in that situation.
#107 to #83 - TheCynic
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A rapist is going to go after someone regardless of what they're wearing or where they are. I understand the mentality, don't step in front of someone with a gun if you don't want to get shot, but it's not so simple in these kinds of situations. A rapist can be anyone. Anywhere can be a place where you can be a target. Some places are easier than others, but that's beyond the point.

And like I said, it isn't about sexual desire so I doubt whatever she's wearing is going to determine the likelihood of her getting raped.

Even if dressing provocatively had something to do with it, that's no excuse. A rapist is responsible for his/her actions it's not like a woman goes out wearing cleavage and rapists lose control of themselves. Whatever the reason, a rapist is still in control.
#202 to #107 - anon
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I understand that you can't avoid every single rape situation, but you can try to avoid a few and girls should.
#79 to #65 - tankeruber
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If they want Violence, might aswell just club you in the street, no?
You are ******* retarded. Good job at completely missing North Korean Guy's point here.
#97 to #79 - TheCynic
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Jesus Christ, did a rational argument offend you somehow?
You misunderstood my point by a longshot.

A rapist is going to attempt to rape someone regardless of what they're wearing or where they are. Rape is about dominance, it rarely has anything to do with sexual desire at all. Look it up.

www.examiner.com/article/rape-is-about-dominance-law-conference-panel-says
www.d.umn.edu/cla/faculty/jhamlin/3925/myths.html
#532 to #97 - tankeruber
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A rapist is more likely to rape someone with their asscrack visible and boobs flopping around than some elderly lady. Again, If they want Violence, just bat someone in the corner. If it is about dominance, why dominate someone in their 50's when there are slutty 20 year old's nearby who would prove to be much more fun to rape.
(God damn, Im having to put myself in a rapist's position.)

#537 to #532 - TheCynic
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You don't understand. That's not how rape works, and that's not how a rapist thinks. It isn't about "fun" it's an act of domination and an act of physical dominance. The thought process isn't, "I want to have sex with that girl," it's, "I'm going to assert myself on her" or "this girl is mine." Dogs are known to do this too. The alpha male will often sodomize another dog to assert his leadership. There is absolutely no sexual gratification in it at all.

It often times involves other forms of violence as well on top of the rape as well.

It has absolutely nothing to do with attraction. There are a lot of easier ways to get rid of sexual frustration or desire. A rapist will rape anyone regardless of what they are wearing, where they are, or any other factor. Sometimes a heterosexual male will rape another heterosexual male for the same purpose.

You need to login to view this link
www.dartmouth.edu/sexualabuse/educated/rape_myths.html
well.wvu.edu/articles/rape_myths_and_facts
#204 to #97 - anon
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Pretty sure more attractive women get raped then ugly or fat chicks.
#251 to #204 - anon
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Lots of rapists actually target women who are unattractive or don't hold themselves in a confident/attractive manner. They are less likely to report it if they aren't confident. It really is more about power, not desire.
#219 to #204 - TheCynic
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Not necessarily. Attraction is usually not a factor.
#22 - wargod
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#14 - thecomkiller
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Damn straight OP
#509 - alreadyexiststho
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I feel like the poster was just misunderstood. The statistics he used were reported rapes...many women who are sexually abused don't report to authorities.
#526 to #509 - zxmongoose
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I highly doubt that enough rapes go unreported to bring a statistic from 1 in 1877 to 1 in 4 though.
#434 - Lintutu
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rape CULTURE?
rape CULTURE?
#350 - actrueskater
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Not all rapes are reported, like top comment says, and attempted rape that gets interrupted is just as bad as rape.

My current girlfriend was roofied and if it wasn't for her friend she would have been raped. I want to kill guys when I hear about **** like that.
#273 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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There is a good probability I'm wrong with this, but isn't that a bad way of calculating it? The statistic says "by the time they finish college" one in four women will be raped, not "one in four women is raped every year on a college campus". Wouldn't that mean from birth right until they finished college (so around 22-25), anywhere, not just on a campus?

So the statistics from one year of college campuses don't seem to be a good argument.
I still think one in four is probably a vastly exaggerated statistic, and it's bs for Facebook to take that down.
#255 - karouin
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Crazy feminists are the reason that a lot of people don't take rape seriously.

Example: this comment section
#184 - alucord
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#47 - painispleasure
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ever since my bitch of an ex took me to court for a false rape case ********, i don't give a **** about this ****.
#62 to #47 - anon
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this is why you don't stick your dick in crazy
#92 to #47 - smittywrbmnjnsn
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When will you learn? Kill the girl after you rape them.
#49 to #47 - teranin [OP]
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Shouldn't that be the other way around? Like, you would now support the point of this post due to being the victim of a false rape accusation?
#52 to #49 - painispleasure
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i don't care about it all, because if some dumb, ******* cunt, wants to rip apart a man's ******* head and his heart, and tear up EVERY single one of his life connections, because it never goes away. you win the case, everything is fine, but it never ******* goes away. it stays with you. until you can't ******* take it so you look for a way out, but of course that back fires, so now? i don't give a **** about anything.
#54 to #52 - teranin [OP]
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Well, I feel for you. Good luck improving your life, I hope something lousy happens to that ******* of a cunt.
#45 - anon
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How about "I was to drunk to say no?" Let's try to use some common sense. If you want to get so **** faced you can't say "no" maybe you should stay home. If you are going to let a man buy you enough drinks to get you **** faced, somewhere down the line you have to think of his intentions. It is complete utter ********.
#50 to #45 - angelusprimus
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"I was too drunk to say no"
To me that is equivalent of drunk driving and hitting someone, then blaming them for driving in front of you when you are too drunk to drive well.
#58 to #50 - kafudamapla
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Well no. ******* someone who is paralytic-drunk to me is like necrophilia. Just because they didn't say no doesn't mean they're up for it and it's ok
However saying yes because you're drunk and then regretting it the next day and calling rape is ******* retarded
#67 to #58 - angelusprimus
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there is a difference having sex with someone who is drunk and someone who is passed out.
Just like there is a difference between drunk hitting you with a car, and you hitting a parked car in which drunk is sleeping it off.
#71 to #67 - kafudamapla
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I don't understand your point exactly, but mine is there is a difference between a drunk "yes" and a lack of "no" due to intoxication
#104 to #71 - angelusprimus
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I was saying that making stupid decision while drunk, is still your decision and you should own up to it and live with it.
While once you passed out, its no longer your decision and it actually is rape.
#125 to #104 - kafudamapla
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Which is literally my exact point?
#44 - Wobey
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Although I'm in agreement with your point, I just want to point out that there's a high percentage of woman that have been raped that will not go and report the incident, therefore even the statistic there is flawed. Furthermore, the term ''rape'' is used by some woman to cover the shame they had if they had intercourse while drunk. For the TL DR, you can't have a perfect rape statistic.
#48 to #44 - teranin [OP]
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Yes, you are absolutely right, and as I have pointed out to the 16 other people that have made that same point, regardless of that fact the number is still nowhere even remotely close to the asserted 1 in 4 of feminist theory.
#86 to #48 - anon
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So we can only really say that between 25% and .1% of women are raped by the time they finish college. which is kind of a useless number for either party to throw around, right?
#90 to #86 - teranin [OP]
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no, because 25% is not a number of substantive value for that aggregate generalization, as has been made quite clear.
#51 to #48 - Wobey
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Indeed, but what some of these feminist considers as rape is sometimes nothing more than a guy asking for a drink (******* stupid reasoning right there). And let's be honest, it's not the first time any extremist of any group has exaggerated and created some ******** facts.
#53 to #51 - teranin [OP]
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True, but the real issue with this post isn't the rape numbers, it's the fact that this image got censored by facebook's new no-anti-feminism policies.
#7 - hauptishere
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deadspin.com/tennis-channel-ceo-court-ruling-is-like-being-raped-b-512694596

People make rape jokes all the time, comparing things they don't like or would rather not do to being raped. Also, these stats are based on reported rapes. It's impossible to know how many people actually get raped or sexually assaulted in college.
#20 to #7 - durkadurka
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People make JOKES?!

OH THE HORROR!!!!
#9 to #7 - teranin [OP]
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for exact numbers, yes, but how about some realistic statistics? Let's say only 10% of rapes get reported (which is crazy talk, considering how many false reports are made it's far more likely to be 60-80%) that would still mean 40 rapes in university of pittsburgh, or 1 in 370 (which is terrible) but is far from the 1 in 4 implied by lying-ass feminists.
#10 to #9 - hauptishere
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Well it's an over exaggeration to promote awareness. I mean 4/5 dentist agree that every other tooth paste is the best to prevent plague. I understand that the statistics may be a bit hyperbolic compared to reality, but if it leads to people not getting raped, then honestly what's the big deal? I mean, if a person is not a rapists or commits sexual assault regularly, how do these fudged statistics effect them?
#11 to #10 - teranin [OP]
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Because it endorses the idea that all women are victims while simultaneously painting all men as rape-hungry monsters.  Innacurate stats like that are what have caused western culture to gradually look at men as a bunch of horned-up pedophile wife-beaters.  And it's not like it's just "other men".  If you're a man, it's you.  They are calling you, specifically, a rapist, and a pedophile, to push their misandrist ideology.
Because it endorses the idea that all women are victims while simultaneously painting all men as rape-hungry monsters. Innacurate stats like that are what have caused western culture to gradually look at men as a bunch of horned-up pedophile wife-beaters. And it's not like it's just "other men". If you're a man, it's you. They are calling you, specifically, a rapist, and a pedophile, to push their misandrist ideology.
#490 - emptysuperman
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The point is stupid. The counterpoints statistics are based on women raped IN college and not BY THE TIME THEY FINISH COLLEGE. Not saying rape culture exists, just pointing out an objective flaw in the reasoning.
#15 - anon
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Its funny because feminists are generally ugly as **** and noone would touch them anyway.
#17 to #15 - anon
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ooook, there's no where in the post it says it's a feminist that gets raped.
#43 to #15 - anon
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>implying rape is never about power but sexual desire
#60 to #15 - carsausage
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Bad Noone, BAD!
Bad Noone, BAD!