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What She Means. Found, thought I'd share.. What she says What she means I get really drunk at a party and was wearing almost no clothes I I a guy in a stairway

Found, thought I'd share.

What she says What she means
I get really drunk at a party
and was wearing almost no clothes
I I ****** a guy in a stairway
It "t and passed out
I' DESEVED fr. HT ll, I felt guilty and about it
I t;) Mi ME mg“ mm _ and said I was raped
TREE! -l, S, Trl El (htm in my boyfriend knew I was lying
f and he spit in myface and left me _
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#84 - alucord (10/08/2012) [-]
Your first rapist may not have known he was one.

But I do
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#226 to #25 - ismet (10/09/2012) [-]
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User avatar #29 to #25 - phunkyzilla (10/08/2012) [-]
Oh god that's good ****
User avatar #87 to #18 - snipster (10/08/2012) [-]
"Bite the staircase" makes me think of the curb stomp scene in American History X
#33 - Gypsybob (10/08/2012) [-]
It just needs to be said:

Sex against your will is rape.

Sex that you have and then later regret is NOT rape. Some women just don't learn.
User avatar #202 to #33 - siridontcare (10/09/2012) [-]
if two drunk people get together and have sex. The man is drunk. and the girl is drunk. Who is the rapist?
User avatar #220 to #202 - brettyoke (10/09/2012) [-]
Nobody unless one of them doesn't give conesnt for sexual intercourse to take place. If one of them says "no" one time, it's considered rape by law.
User avatar #227 to #220 - siridontcare (10/09/2012) [-]
in a court of law who will be the rapist? and if your drunk you tend to forget those details.
User avatar #229 to #227 - brettyoke (10/09/2012) [-]
If nobody knows, why would they even take it to court?
User avatar #231 to #229 - siridontcare (10/09/2012) [-]
cuz if the girl doesnt remember she will call rape
User avatar #236 to #231 - brettyoke (10/09/2012) [-]
Then if she can't prove it, he's innocent. Welcome to the "innocent until proven guilty" court system. MURICA
#223 - puccypirateisback **User deleted account** (10/09/2012) [-]
#75 - thatsmevictory (10/08/2012) [-]
Better pack up your ********* gear before heading below, folks.
#5 - schmitty (10/08/2012) [-]
>be me
>at bar with friends having a good time
>get a little drunk and decide to leave
>while in parking garage girl sees how drunk I am
>she takes advantage of me in the staircase
>feel ashamed of what I did and leave while she is getting dressed to avoid more pain
>girl claims I was the one who did the raping
>mfw
#111 - musicality (10/08/2012) [-]
Why was she flirting with someone at a party when she had a boyfriend in the first place.
#128 to #111 - heartlesschaos (10/09/2012) [-]
Because there is nothing wrong with flirting. I am naturally flirty and yet I know that if I was put in a situation where my flirting was taking a person too high, I let them know about it. I flirt with all my friends I think are cute and I let them know that I think they are beautiful. But I also tell them that no matter how beautiful they are, I still choose my GF over them. They respect that. I also enjoy that my flirting gives my friends a good feeling and confidence. They smile and they laugh and it might be my selfish desire to keep them happy even though I reject all of them. Flirting is fine. You are attracted to someone and that is fine. The trick is to know your limits and don't push your flirting to a point that only you and your significant other should share.
Because there is nothing wrong with flirting. I am naturally flirty and yet I know that if I was put in a situation where my flirting was taking a person too high, I let them know about it. I flirt with all my friends I think are cute and I let them know that I think they are beautiful. But I also tell them that no matter how beautiful they are, I still choose my GF over them. They respect that. I also enjoy that my flirting gives my friends a good feeling and confidence. They smile and they laugh and it might be my selfish desire to keep them happy even though I reject all of them. Flirting is fine. You are attracted to someone and that is fine. The trick is to know your limits and don't push your flirting to a point that only you and your significant other should share.
#138 to #128 - mattymc (10/09/2012) [-]
flirting among friends is harmless. flirting with strangers is a risk factor, and that appears to be the context of the post
User avatar #147 to #138 - heartlesschaos (10/09/2012) [-]
There is no evidence to state that the so called "rapist" wasn't a friend. And regardless of if it's a friend or not, The same point stands. All your friends where all strangers at some point in your life and maybe you started out being friends from a little flirting.
#154 to #147 - mattymc (10/09/2012) [-]
Are you in college?
User avatar #163 to #154 - heartlesschaos (10/09/2012) [-]
Starting this year. Working to save money till then.
#169 to #163 - mattymc (10/09/2012) [-]
College girls plus college guys plus all the alcohol you can guzzle leads to bad decisions, whatr was consensual at 3am may seem like a huge mistake the next day, however the question remains, is it worth ruining someones life so you can save face and not be known as a slut? im not discounting malicious rape, but situations like these are hardly cut and dry and panicky college kids may not consider the ramifications of their actions or indescretions
#218 to #169 - heartlesschaos (10/09/2012) [-]
Awesome reply. I gift to you my green thumb. I guess I wouldn't know the feeling since I have the taste of alcohol, I never got into it. It seems like a really good thing. Keeps me sane and out of trouble.
Awesome reply. I gift to you my green thumb. I guess I wouldn't know the feeling since I have the taste of alcohol, I never got into it. It seems like a really good thing. Keeps me sane and out of trouble.
#287 to #218 - mattymc (10/09/2012) [-]
thanks, civilized discourse is always preferable to a flame war...iv done my fair share of stuff in college thus far and managed to stay basically clean, it really boils down to knowing and trusting yourself to recognize when a situation could be trouble
#181 to #169 - sonicserver (10/09/2012) [-]
from another college student
+1
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#258 to #249 - heartlesschaos (10/09/2012) [-]
Yeah. I feel it's awkward to try to pretend you don't feel any sexual attraction to someone. I'd rather just come up and say it (in a non disrespectful manner) then to just hide it away like its a crime against nature to find someone beautiful or attractive. I do enjoy your input though. I thank you for being an adult about it and not rage out like "OH you don't follow my opinion so you are wrong!". Regardless of which however, I do like your opinion a lot though, simply because I know that in the end it also comes down to mine (being faithful). Thought it follows a different set of rules in the beginning and middle.
Yeah. I feel it's awkward to try to pretend you don't feel any sexual attraction to someone. I'd rather just come up and say it (in a non disrespectful manner) then to just hide it away like its a crime against nature to find someone beautiful or attractive. I do enjoy your input though. I thank you for being an adult about it and not rage out like "OH you don't follow my opinion so you are wrong!". Regardless of which however, I do like your opinion a lot though, simply because I know that in the end it also comes down to mine (being faithful). Thought it follows a different set of rules in the beginning and middle.
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User avatar #131 to #111 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (10/09/2012) [-]
Because she's a woman and innocent and she didn't mean it and she should get treated special because all men are pigs and that guy should have stopped himself from raping an innocent girl who didn't know better!
But wait, after this we have to treat them equally! Equality! We can't think differently of them than others, even if all men are pigs!


...or she's a slut who cheated on her bf and can't take responsibility for being a drunk bitch who deserved more than to be spat on.
#161 to #131 - xascarletskyx (10/09/2012) [-]
i don't know why the hell you got thumbed down for that i found it amusing and a great stab towards feminists. +1 to you, sir
User avatar #199 to #161 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (10/09/2012) [-]
Thank you for that... I was also confused when I saw -3 thumbs...

I am 100% for equality, but I hate feminists.
#248 to #199 - anon (10/09/2012) [-]
Being a feminist means that you believe in gender equality. You're thinking of radical feminists. Them bitches is crazy.
User avatar #276 to #248 - AnomynousUser ONLINE (10/09/2012) [-]
I'm thinking of the "new feminists" when I say that... the ones who want more rights for themselves, not equal rights.

Equalists are much more appreciable.
User avatar #121 to #111 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
Because when you're drinking alcohol your inhibitions are lowered and your sex drive tends to increase.
User avatar #124 to #121 - musicality (10/09/2012) [-]
Ah well, that makes sense I suppose.
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User avatar #172 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
I think people are seriously misunderstanding the sign. I believe she's saying that her rapist doesn't know he's a rapist, not because she gave any kind of consent, but because he has been taught that wearing short shorts, being drunk and flirting are considered "consent".

Honestly, it's hard because a sign doesn't tell the whole story. I don't think she would say she was raped unless she didn't give consent, but it doesn't specify whether she did per se, so it's kinda hard to tell.

I'm not saying she was raped. I don't know her, or the story, or anything about this. But for everybody who's commenting saying she deserved it etc etc, it's just wrong. If she truly was raped, then that's the **** she has to hear every day, and it can really toll on a person.

tl;dr we don't know the whole story, but flirting/drunk/shortshorts does not equal consent
#203 to #172 - anon (10/09/2012) [-]
let me start by saying, yes you are correct, that if she really honestly was raped, than obviously didn't deserve it. but consider this...

If he doesn't know he's a rapist, than the possibility that she just simply didn't stop him, or try to, is there. if she was so drunk (and dumb enough) to follow this random guy somewhere, when she had a boyfriend, than the chances are, she was just stupid drunk, and didn't think things through, and was FLIRTING...

my ex-girlfriend told me almost the same story, saying she was drunk, flirting, and followed him to his room, but thought "oh **** i have a boyfriend" too late. so she told me she was kinda raped...

didn't mean to give a sob story, but i am just saying women DO use rape in an incorrect form sometimes.
User avatar #205 to #203 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
agreed 100%. I guess I just tend to give people like this the benefit of the doubt, because to go in front of people and say you're raped takes a lot, and I know I personally would take that extremely seriously, so it just makes sense to me that she would as well.
#206 to #172 - keroberios (10/09/2012) [-]
Yes but more often than not flirty/drunk/short chicks give consent in a drunken stupor essentialy. "Hey c'mere and **** me." And then an hour later go. "Oh **** , that was a bad decision. *ahem* Mr.Smith raped me and did not have my consent because I was drunk and things said when drunk should totally be called into question because otherwise it makes me look like a bad person and turning it to rape makes me seem like a victom." This is way more common than actual checks getting actually raped at a party. Welcome to this generation.
User avatar #211 to #206 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
is it more common? Because I know quite a few women who have had drunken sex that they totally regret, but they explain it as that. I find it a lot rarer for a woman to claim she was raped in that situation
#228 to #211 - keroberios (10/09/2012) [-]
Unfortunately in todays society calling rape and destoying someone elses rep is getting very common. To the point of getting stupid. Because media will ork so hard at putting a rape victim up on the pedistal and making a situation like drunken romp almost always bad on the guys end if she calls rape.
Mostly because as soon as a chick calls rape on a guy it is so hard for him to get out of those charges and even if he does others will look at him differently. "Hey isn't he that guy that she said raped her. Stay away from him."
On the flip side she just becomes a victim and people will take pitty on her for a while.

Moral of this story: Don't go to parties and have drunken sex. Keep sex good, clean, and sober and if at all possible, just keep it to a gf. Thats what I do and it's worked out for me so far.
User avatar #233 to #228 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
That's the moral for your point I think! But along with that I would say another moral to the whole story is unless somebody gives consent for sex, don't have sex with them! If everybody followed both of those morals, how much greater would the world be?
#237 to #233 - keroberios (10/09/2012) [-]
Yah, but the point I was trying to make is sometimes chicks go. "Yes I'm totally for this." And afterwards think that it was a horrible idea and cover their tracks by saying "Rape! Proove me wrong."
#70 - danielscqro (10/08/2012) [-]
modern feminism fails in america; however, i truly admire classical feminism and would join anyone who wants to go to the middle east to fight for true feminist causes
#68 - danielscqro (10/08/2012) [-]
somebody's been browsing /pol/
#22 - gardenmanly (10/08/2012) [-]
**gardenmanly looks at picture, then at comments, then back to picture**

sighhhh, OP, we're you trying to cause this?
#127 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
http://survivingtheworld.net/Lesson1238.html sums up this idea pretty well
User avatar #175 to #127 - dickynix (10/09/2012) [-]
If I wore a T shirt with hundred dollar bills on it would I not be asking to get mugged? Would anyone come to my defense if I displayed such asininity?
User avatar #179 to #175 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
If a woman is carrying a purse and gets mugged do you hold her accountable? That's the same idea.
User avatar #130 to #127 - doodogger (10/09/2012) [-]
What if the girl is throwing herself at you?
User avatar #134 to #130 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
That's really not what the link is commenting on. I specifically meant to point out the part on the right where it says "and was wearing almost no clothes". The idea that a woman can be raped because of the clothes she's wearing and that she would "deserve it", it's just really wrong. Sorry I didn't specify which part I was talking about!
User avatar #144 to #134 - doodogger (10/09/2012) [-]
By law: It is rape if she says no, is asleep/unconscious, under age (because you know, a 17 year old girl isn't mentally capable of saying yes), intoxicated at all.

With common sense/reality: It is rape if she says no, or is asleep/unconscious. Or if you got her intoxicated so she'd say yes.

She's dressed really slutty? It doesn't mean yes, she still has to consent.

My opinion.
User avatar #146 to #144 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
I completely agree. I believe that the girl in the picture is trying to say that people told her because she was dressed the way she was she was asking for it, which we both agree isn't a legitimate reason to have sex with someone unless they consent.
User avatar #155 to #153 - abotu (10/09/2012) [-]
Aren't discussions so much more fun when people are sane??
User avatar #160 to #155 - doodogger (10/09/2012) [-]
Yeah lol
User avatar #196 to #144 - thebilliam (10/09/2012) [-]
So I just want some clarity... if the girl is already drunk, not by the man's doing, and she consents while drunk is that rape?
User avatar #288 to #196 - doodogger (10/09/2012) [-]
By law it is, but I personally think it shouldn't be. She must be responsible for her own actions, drinking increases your sex drive. It's not like you can't control it, it's that you don't want to and therefore it's your choice to have sex with the "rapist". Should a guy having fun be labeled as a rapist because he ****** some chick at a party? No, she should have said no and took responsibility. Assuming she was conscious.
#23 - helenwheels (10/08/2012) [-]
you guys..you guys, what if...and this is crazy...but what if she was passed out and was ****** while unconscious?
yes, that is considered rape.
User avatar #28 to #23 - tanneresbueno (10/08/2012) [-]
What if she raped him and can't remember doing it?
What if she's not the victim?
What if the square root of two was rational?
What if a cats testicles are in its tail?
User avatar #239 to #28 - helenwheels (10/09/2012) [-]
I like how your saying what I said was an absolutely ridiculous scenario.
User avatar #243 to #239 - tanneresbueno (10/09/2012) [-]
I'm just saying that this whole rape thing can swing both ways. None of you have any clue what the truth is so why assume things on either side?
User avatar #244 to #243 - helenwheels (10/09/2012) [-]
sure it CAN.
that is all.
User avatar #247 to #244 - tanneresbueno (10/09/2012) [-]
If a man is drunk and a woman is drunk and they both agree to sex in their drunken state and they sexed, who raped who?
User avatar #250 to #247 - helenwheels (10/09/2012) [-]
no one.
User avatar #257 to #250 - tanneresbueno (10/09/2012) [-]
So maybe, just maybe, he was just as drunk as she was. Maybe she blacked out and can't remember what really happened or what led to the sex. Maybe buffalo are Satan's pets (but he leaves them on Earth to start **** ). Maybe Zooey Deschanel secretly wants my bod just as much as I want hers.
This is Funnyjunk, not a place to argue but to look at funny junk.
inb4 no ***** given.
User avatar #286 to #257 - helenwheels (10/09/2012) [-]
dude, I was suggesting she was passed out. Totally different. I'm not denying he was drunk, but when both party's are drunk and awake they can consent.
#117 to #23 - natedimes ONLINE (10/08/2012) [-]
Yeah but that's not the point here. When it comes to sex happening under the influence of any substance, the male has no say in the matter which is wrong. Same thing goes for abortion. I mean come on, she actually wrote " You taught him it wasn't his fault I drank to much..." Wtf is that?! Where does that logic come from?    
   
She might not be a feminist, but this is the sort of thing that makes it hard to take feminism seriously.
Yeah but that's not the point here. When it comes to sex happening under the influence of any substance, the male has no say in the matter which is wrong. Same thing goes for abortion. I mean come on, she actually wrote " You taught him it wasn't his fault I drank to much..." Wtf is that?! Where does that logic come from?

She might not be a feminist, but this is the sort of thing that makes it hard to take feminism seriously.
#238 to #117 - helenwheels (10/09/2012) [-]
What do you mean? his say is whether he's going to **** the passed out girl or not.

When it comes to abortion the male has a say in the matter until it leaves his body, I thought about this a lot, it maybe unfair that whatever happens with his genetic martial is entirely up to someone else, but the fact of the matter is, is that as long as she has it, its hers and therefore its up to her what happens with it.

The logic behind that statement is often cases like this one have have gotten off easy due to the fact she was drunk and passed out, which isn't right.
User avatar #290 to #238 - natedimes ONLINE (10/09/2012) [-]
Sorry I think you missed what I was getting at. What I was trying to say is that the woman thinks she can hold no responsibility for the fact that she couldn't control her alcohol intake.

If a man was drunk off his head and raped the girl while she was seemingly more sober, would he be allowed to justify his actions with the same statement?
User avatar #293 to #290 - helenwheels (10/09/2012) [-]
What? okay, this is a complicated social issue, I don't think we're talking about the same parts of it. But the fact that a girl drank to much and passed out does not justify rape, I'm not saying consensual sex while drunk(even if only one party is drunk) is rape, you may regret it when you're not drunk, but if consent was given its not rape. What I was saying is that she passed out, and he ****** her while unconscious that would be rape.

I don't understand what you mean by that statement , again, I think you're misunderstanding me. But if a man was passed out on the stair case and girl came by and ****** him. Then yes, it would be rape.
User avatar #4 - sketchysketchist (10/08/2012) [-]
If a girl has sex while drunk she should know she needs to limit her alcohol intake or at least have a friend to keep an eye on her and make sure she doesn't do something she'll regret.
If a guy's drunk and has sex with a drunk girl, he isn't a rapist.
If he's sober and see's she really drunk and shouldn't be messing with anybody, he should try to take responsibility for her safety.
But if she won't stop trying to get on his dick, well it's not his fault if he takes advantage.
#41 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
Look, there are a lot of important details left out of the story that decide whether rape was the situation or not. She could have been unconscious or easier to overpower while intoxicated. Or she just made a bad decision and wants to blame someone else. We don't know.

No matter how slutty someone dresses, they don't deserve to be raped. Dressing slutty does not constitute punishment nor does it mean others are entitled to sex with them.

Sex against consent, inebriated or not, is rape. Sex that is regretted later is not rape.
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User avatar #45 to #41 - varrlegrimscythe (10/08/2012) [-]
**** ignore my last comment wrong person
User avatar #50 to #41 - jakefenris (10/08/2012) [-]
Yes but women who have sex with someone and regret it and claim they were raped have ruined lives.
#51 to #50 - stripeygreenhat (10/08/2012) [-]
That's true and that's horrible, but we can't judge that this is the case here. My point is that we don't have enough of the facts to judge this girl to be a vicious slut the way OP did here.
User avatar #52 to #51 - jakefenris (10/08/2012) [-]
Agreed, you never know with people what happened.
#40 - xascarletskyx (10/08/2012) [-]
"I drank too much, FLIRTEDand wore my shorts too short"



well i mean i could just be a huge dick about all of this ******* ******** but hey, you flirted, you can remember flirting, you had sex. big ******* deal right?
#139 - serotonin (10/09/2012) [-]
If she wasnt forced in to it then its crime but she doesnt give enough info. ``I was drunk and flirting with this guy and then ????????????? then he left me.``  Maybe she has a point but all those?????????? are making it hard to descide.
If she wasnt forced in to it then its crime but she doesnt give enough info. ``I was drunk and flirting with this guy and then ????????????? then he left me.`` Maybe she has a point but all those?????????? are making it hard to descide.
#143 to #139 - serotonin (10/09/2012) [-]
``....if she wasnt forced then its I crime..``.I need to go to bed
User avatar #89 - theaceofthespade (10/08/2012) [-]
Guys: It is very possible that she is being completely legit. Women feel guilty, as if it is entirely their fault. Being a victim is never the victim's fault. If she was actually carried off somewhere by someone stronger than her and raped against her will, or while she was unconscious, that is still rape. Keep in perspective that even if she was dressed slutty as hell, and was flirting like crazy, it was still that guys responsibility to stop if she said no.

Ladies: she is making the same assumption about her assailant as everyone else is about her. He may have been completely sober and did what he did with total disregard for her. Or they may have both been equally intoxicated. Who knows.
Sadly, rape is used as a weapon against men. Women can lie about rape, and it can ruin a man's reputation entirely, even if it is proved to be a complete and total lie. Try to keep that in mind when you read guy's responses - it happens more than you mite think.
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