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User avatar #55 - theaceofthespade (04/19/2013) [-]
-RG never said that

The tricky thing about date rape is that a woman is just as capable of committing it as a man.
-If a PERSON is unconscious, it's rape.
-If a PERSON is so out of it that she is unable to identify you, THEY can't consent, and it is rape
-if a PERSON says they don't want to do it, and their partner disregards their request to stop, it can be considered rape, EVEN if the person gives up on resisting. This can be confusing in hindsight, but would be much more clear if you could go back and view the event.

It is important to equalize sexuality not only to protect victims, but also to bring about a better understanding of one another's boundaries to prevent rape.

Men are raised to believe that they are supposed to be sex crazed people, who tally their conquests and never want to turn down a wet hole. They are raised that they can't be held accountable for their actions, and that they are mindless slaves to their dicks.

Women are raised to see themselves as objects, which put far too much value on their appearance, who are supposed to be ashamed of their sexuality.

Then, both genders are taught the same things about eachother, thus feeding into the vicious cycle of ignorance, blame, hurt, and confusion that has ultimately made me a sex offender
#140 to #55 - SergeantPWN (04/19/2013) [-]
"has ultimately made me a sex offender"

But I am very sorry that you're caught in that mess.
User avatar #254 to #140 - theaceofthespade (04/19/2013) [-]
lol I was joking about that btw - I felt like I went on too long too seriously without a joke.
User avatar #258 to #254 - SergeantPWN (04/20/2013) [-]
Still a weird laugh. Haha
#139 to #55 - professorcuntickle (04/19/2013) [-]
Did not see that last part coming.
#112 to #55 - John Cena (04/19/2013) [-]
It's also rape is a woman is drunk consents at the time and sobers up the next day and decides she actually dint want to consent. In matter of fact she does not have to be drunk she just has to decide she dint actually want to consent.

Also she could initially consent and then in the middle of it change her mind and it becomes rape.

User avatar #252 to #112 - theaceofthespade (04/19/2013) [-]
The important distinction we have to come to in such situations is that rape has two completely separate parts: the rapist and the victim. We must learn to decouple these and examine each one as an individual. In the case you described, the victims feelings are perfectly valid, and in her mind, she was violated, regardless of whether or not she should have done something differently at the time. The fact that she was raped in such a way does not, however, make the person she was with a rapist.

While that is a very fringe case, the principle applies to many situations.
User avatar #92 to #55 - Zarakima ONLINE (04/19/2013) [-]
Oh man that sucks that you suffered from the false victimhood problem. I completely agree with what you're saying. I think if we as a society stopped taking sex itself so seriously and all just accepted it as a natural, normal thing with greater social acceptability then we wouldn't have this problem, and the real rapists would be the only ones to be punished and rightfully so.
User avatar #255 to #92 - theaceofthespade (04/19/2013) [-]
I appreciate the sentiment mate, but I was joking about being a sex offender ;)
#57 to #55 - kdiddlid ONLINE (04/19/2013) [-]
you know whats up...
you know whats up...
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