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#1039 - anonymous (04/03/2012) [-]
Everytime I come to Funnyjunk this is on frontpage.

And every time there are people trying to debunk/justify this. Without knowing the situation you can't say shit. She could say 'I drank too much' sarcastically. Perhaps she only had two drinks and he forced himself on her? Or perhaps she was just over the legal limit and was dismissed as regretting it? Or maybe she got shitfaced drunk and couldn't say no, but he thought cause her shorts were short and her top tight that she wanted it.

Or maybe she got shitfaced drunk, slept with a guy, and had regrets about it and called him a rapist. Maybe she ran about naked and was groped and over reacted. Maybe she did deserve it.

Whatever the case she does have one point. We ARE somewhat Misogynistic. We all jump to the conclusion that she was wrong and defend some guy we don't even know. Not bashin or anything, I'm just saying consider all the viewpoints before you take sides. Until we can get the full story from both parties we can't really say shit either way.
#1063 to #1039 - yobs (04/03/2012) [-]
It's not really just about her though it's against the whole slutwalk trying to say how stupid it is
#1108 to #1063 - anonymous (04/03/2012) [-]
Slutwalk had good meaning behind it, even if it was misguided. People shouldn't be told what to wear and live in fear of being raped.

When I was younger I had an outfit that mimiced the 'Catholic schoolgirl' outfit and I wore it because I loved how I looked in it and how it made me feel. The skirt went down to my knees and I had thigh high stockings on, too. It was one of the few outfits I felt pretty in. I was teased mercilessly because thats not how other people felt I should dress.

Now you could say 'well don't wear it and you wont get teased!' but I say 'It makes me feel good about my self. Maybe people should pull their heads out of their asses and not tease people in the first place.'

Can tight clothes give you a boner? Yeah. But does that boner force you to rape people? No. It's just like the 'you made the knowing choice to get drunk' side. Rapists (in general, not always) make the choice to force themselves onto women. Their clothes don't change the fact that they don't want it.
#1117 to #1108 - yobs (04/03/2012) [-]
I myself didn't say it was stupid but they were just told not to dress like sluts which considering how girls dress that go to my college that's fair enough. They don't dress that way because it makes them feel pretty (which is 100% what it should be about) they just dress revealingly which unless it's for a partner I don't understand. The whole point the person who said it was making was you are more of a target and in danger if you make yourself look like a sex object which is exactly what feminists don't want women to be seen as
#1121 to #1117 - anonymous (04/03/2012) [-]
How do you know it's not to make them feel pretty? I mean, if they didn't like the look they wouldn't wear it. They are just trying to match what they see on Tv/Magazines/internet.

I think instead of focussing on the movement we should focus on what w portray in the media. Girls wouldn't act like sluts if people like Snooki and Paris Hilton weren't praised for doing.
#1123 to #1121 - yobs (04/03/2012) [-]
A lot of it is that but in general women place too much on their looks and what men then think of them even though dressing revealingly doesn't earn them respect. I think women should stop putting so much effort into looking good because they are just setting the standards so high, I personally think they look fine without makeup and in ordinary clothes and if you are a funny/charming person you'll seem more attractive anyway
User avatar #1062 to #1039 - zarakitty (04/03/2012) [-]
I was drunk with my best mate. He forced himself on me. I was called a liar by everyone, and that it was my fault. Thank you for giving restoring my faith that some people actually know there are two sides to every story.


fyi, I dressed in a flannel shirt and blue jeans. Not a whore outfit.
#1109 to #1062 - anonymous (04/03/2012) [-]
I'm very sorry for your hardships. Too many people think that just because you're drunk means you're going to be a whore. Women shouldn't have to live in fear of being raped every time they take a drink. Not everyone is a slutty drunk and I wish more people could see that.


User avatar #1055 to #1039 - HSkieth (04/03/2012) [-]
Fuck yah anon, I know thumbs mean nothing to you but here you go anyway.
#1044 to #1039 - sanepane (04/03/2012) [-]
Stupid anon, you make us look bad!
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#1050 to #1048 - sanepane (04/03/2012) [-]
Thank you for making my clumsy attempt at humour look shameful as well.

:(
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#1045 to #1044 - sanepane (04/03/2012) [-]
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