Drag queens. . when I was 16, I had a fake I. D. and decided to go to a gay bar by myself because some friends bailed en me. While there, an elder gentleman bou Drag queens when I was 16 had a fake D and decided to go gay bar by myself because some friends bailed en me While there an elder gentleman bou
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Drag queens

when I was 16, I had a fake I. D. and decided to
go to a gay bar by myself because some friends
bailed en me. While there, an elder gentleman
bought me a drink. He wasn' t a creeper, and he
definitely wasn' t unattractive. I accepted the
drink and began talking to him. No big deal. As
the hour progressed, I felt myself feeling strange.
I mentioned that I felt like I had a headache, and
this guy helped guide me out of the bar. As we
were walking down the street, the thought of,
Oh god, he' s drugged me, Pm going to die' came
to my head. I tried to get away, but I was
drugged up that I could barely walk, let alene
speak. It also didn' t help that I had really large
goth' platform slices because I was going
through a phase. Anyway, this guy brought mete
his suv and began undressing me. As a tonal act
of defiance, I hit him ever the head with my
platform shoe. He then punched me, and I
remember thinking, 'Why deft they ever give
workshops to gay guys about being victims of
rape tee?’ While I was as careful as possable, I
never saw the guy slip something in the drink. I
even watched the bartender make the drink.
Anyway, I lied there completely paralyzed while
this pervert was lubing up. I locked eyes with his
fer a moment, and that' s when it happened. A
very large and angry drag queen opened the
deer of the vehicle and beat the **** out of my
attempted rapist. She and her other drag friends
helped dress and care for me while the police
arrived. I was saved by a green: guardian drag
queens. They were basically the modern day
angels from heaven.'
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#5 - KayRed
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(06/12/2013) [-]
That story had everything. Mischief, deceit, hardship, fear, an amazing twist, and an awesome resolution. We needed to adapt this into an HBO miniseries, I think we can easily get ten hours of footage out of this.
#84 to #5 - isniffbutts
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#375 to #5 - maskedhippo
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Simpsons did it
#60 to #5 - funnyjunkforlife
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dont forget 5hours of ads
#190 to #5 - shacmaster
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(06/12/2013) [-]
hehe "hard"
#151 to #5 - igrow
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Dragonball Z did it
#85 to #5 - isniffbutts
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Yet it didn't get to the climax
#8 to #5 - KayRed
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I stand by my use of the word "Needed".
#11 to #8 - cirquededc
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"Defiantly"? Unless you mean that the grammar is okay in some rebellious way your picture does not mean what you think it means.
"Defiantly"? Unless you mean that the grammar is okay in some rebellious way your picture does not mean what you think it means.
#12 to #11 - corruptedfrenzy
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That's the joke retard.
#13 to #12 - cirquededc
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Mkay.
#17 to #13 - KayRed
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Happens to the best of us dude.
#313 to #17 - hotschurl
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Does noone here notice that "You're" is wrong aswell and that the sentence is concluded with a comma?
#364 to #313 - jibb
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No one.
#384 to #364 - hotschurl
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Or even no-one.
There is no single correct spelling, all three forms are in use, though noone is the least common one I'll admit. Unfortunately it's also the shortest one, and this is the internet, so i tend to use that version when typing
#360 to #313 - KayRed
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Kinda the point of the flag.
#379 to #313 - brenton
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Again...

That's the joke.
#382 to #379 - hotschurl
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I know, but everyone was rambling about "defiantly" like it was the only thing wrong with the sentence, invoking the impression (at least in me) that they didn't even notice the other mistakes.
I guess i was the only one getting that impression, my bad
#378 to #13 - brenton
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Net gain of 2 thumbs between these two comments as of right now.

YFW
#23 - tiddycats
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It's kind of a serious thing to laugh at, but I can't stop cracking up at the thought of a drag queen beating the **** out of a rapist.
It's kind of a serious thing to laugh at, but I can't stop cracking up at the thought of a drag queen beating the **** out of a rapist.
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#127 to #23 - happyfox
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#30 to #23 - jonst
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A gay rapist.
#38 to #30 - vatra
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(06/12/2013) [-]
A grapist
#309 to #38 - ellenrimbauer
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#339 to #309 - wulphshadowtail
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#380 to #30 - iloverapingmen
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(06/13/2013) [-]
someone say my name?
#32 - dinosaurballs
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Idk.. I immediately thought of this.
#366 to #32 - broorb
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You know he's the voice of Nigel Thornberry?
#369 to #366 - dinosaurballs
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(06/12/2013) [-]
Yes! ^___^
#385 to #369 - baditch ONLINE
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(06/13/2013) [-]
Is that really Tim Curry in that picture? wow i had no idea.
#387 to #385 - dinosaurballs
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(06/13/2013) [-]
This is too! (From the movie "Legend")
#61 to #32 - brrigg
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oh he's a hot transvestite
#117 to #61 - anon
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*sweet
#162 to #117 - TrevorNorris
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Comment Picture
#67 to #32 - BioWarfarePanda
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Me too
Me too
#195 to #67 - thepink
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is that a thread I smell?
is that a thread I smell?
#216 to #195 - dinosaurballs
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THREAD!
THREAD!
#348 to #216 - slinkinlip
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Well now I have Time Warp in my head
Well now I have Time Warp in my head
#352 to #348 - dinosaurballs
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Wrong gif ********!!!
Wrong gif ********!!!
#2 - papastalin
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(06/12/2013) [-]
It's kinda strange but I have so much more respect for drag queens ever since watching the One Piece episodes with Ivankov and Bon Clay.
#164 to #2 - jewpennydiver
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So I don't have any newkama's so have Sanji instead (he's semi newkama)
So I don't have any newkama's so have Sanji instead (he's semi newkama)
#265 to #2 - jarofdirt
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(06/12/2013) [-]
This guy was so badass.
#362 to #2 - kamusioso
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(06/12/2013) [-]
how about the drag queens from gintama?
#10 to #2 - pappathethird
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Oh, so now you think all drags are like that? That is such a stereotype. Not all drag-queens can make shock waves with their eye-lashes or switch bodies with people.
#41 to #10 - vatra
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He doesn't switch bodies with people, he copies their appearance. Also there is a good chance you know this because you posted Franky, but Bon Clay and Franky are voiced by the same person.
#21 - actinglead ONLINE
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I agree with him on the idea of workshops for guys that are victims of rape.
Coming from being raped myself by an ex, and the police won't do anything cuz ima guy
#22 to #21 - anon
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I'm sorry that happened to you, and that the cops are worthless sometimes.
#24 to #22 - actinglead ONLINE
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it dosn't help I live in a really conservative part of the usa.
#54 to #24 - curbed
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**** man... You're screwed... Literally. sorry
I'm sorry that happened to you, I was molested as a kid, people are scum bags and really, not enough is done about it.
#55 to #54 - actinglead ONLINE
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and people wonder why I am so interested in gay rights... so this type of thing doesn't happen to someone else.
#63 to #55 - curbed
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I mean, I'm interested in gay rights because humans with different sexuality are humans and should be given basic human rights. The right for justice to come down on those who assault others is included in those rights as well. People just don't understand that, and that's frustrating beyond belief.
#66 to #63 - actinglead ONLINE
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Well in my town, over the past 4 days, 3 gay guys were victims of hate crimes, and pride is in a few weeks, I am nervous about going myself. gay rights are important so the police does thing about these things.
#73 to #66 - curbed
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Where do you live exactly? It sounds like an absolutely horrible place. I live in southwest florida in a town overrun by old people half the year, and even here I find people to be very accepting. ****, the lady I babysit for, she has a gay step daughter (the step daughter is in her 30s btw) and they're absolutely accepting with it. They even thought it was silly when she was acting all strange about it, telling them stories about her and her "friend" or "partner" they were just like "This partner of yours, she's your girlfriend isn't she? You can just come out with it, we're just glad that you're happy!" The only people I usually find have a problem with it, are devout religious folk, and I'm not saying that every person that is religious is a gay bashing homophobe, ****, I'm religious, just the really really serious ones that take every word of the bible as fact and will not accept any evidence, scientific or otherwise, as any meaningful argument against the homophobic outlook on life.
#75 to #73 - actinglead ONLINE
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i live in ohio....
said to be the most homophobic state in the us (we actually still have laws against lgbt ppl)
ww. lgbtqnation. com/2013/06/three-gay-men-attacked-in-separate-incidents-in-columbus-over-past-f our-days/ <==== Link to the 3 guys being attacked.
#225 to #75 - anon
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Hey!! I'm gay and I live in Columbus, small world. Are you going to gay pride?
#98 to #75 - curbed
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****, that's where my Aunt lives. Luckily that family is very open minded and accepting, at least the cousins are, I don't know about the parents. My family in Missouri on the other hand... Holy ****, they're super homophobic and just a touch racist.
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#206 to #125 - myrtille
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those actually have a moral wrongness and there's no way a child or animal can consent to sex. gay men and women can consent, therefore it is a valid way of life rather than a perversion.
#323 to #206 - cabbagemayhem
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That's wrong because animals can consent, and so can children.
That's wrong because animals can consent, and so can children.
#356 to #323 - myrtille
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Not the way a grown adult can. A dog cannot physically say "Yeah, **** me harder."
It may seem to enjoy it, but that doesn't make it any less rape. If a woman is raped and she isn't in any pain and generally enjoys the intercourse itself, but she doesn't want to have sex with that particular person, it is still rape. If a man is forced viagra and a woman gives him fellatio, of course our body will say "yes, that feels good", but if he's tied up and never wanted to have sex with the woman in the first place, then it's still rape.
If somebody is not particularly sure what is happening or why somebody is doing this to them - it is rape.
I'm all right with people marrying anyone who has legal standing and can sign a contract. I'm all right with people who have sex with something or someone who knows what's happening and wants it.
There is a big difference and you are dancing around it. Don't act like two grown men having consensual buttsex is the same as a young girl, around 11, who doesn't know what a penis is or what it's used for, who is raped by an older man who wants to take control of somebody's life, or a dog whose basic instincts tells it to **** a wet hole. It's taking advantage of someone. Homosexual intercourse is not.
#365 to #356 - cabbagemayhem
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It may enjoy it, but it's still rape? You seem to be trying to define rape from a feminist's perspective, but we're not even talking about rape. Animals can consent, and so can children.
It may enjoy it, but it's still rape? You seem to be trying to define rape from a feminist's perspective, but we're not even talking about rape. Animals can consent, and so can children.
#368 to #365 - myrtille
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Now you're just talking nonsense, so there's no point in continuing.
#370 to #368 - cabbagemayhem
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That was my first thought when I saw your rant, and how I knew you were a female despite your profile. Next, you're going to tell me about how a woman should be able to enjoy having sex with someone and then cry rape a day later because she feels guilty.
The line where you draw your morals is arbitrary and based on current trends. Animal ******* and consensual child lovers could gain rights before we die, despite the personal beliefs of our generation. So, unless you have any other explanations as to why animals and children are incapable of consenting, have a nice day.
#373 to #370 - myrtille
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You're still talking nonsense. I even defended male rape, you idiot.
#377 to #373 - cabbagemayhem
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*Tsk* *tsk* Aren't we mad...

I'm making plenty of sense. Your desire to call names and disregard is indicative of your inability to respond. It doesn't matter to me if you defend my gender if you're still wrong. If you don't mind, will you please make me a sandwich?
#381 to #377 - myrtille
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I can tell that you're just trying to troll now. Anyway, I'll be about my merry day, making my own boyfriend sandwiches. Because he's nice and he deserves them. <3
#383 to #381 - cabbagemayhem
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You think that's trolling? Okay, don't let the door hit you on the way out.
#358 to #125 - curbed
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Well, that brings up an interesting point. Between two gay adults, each can consent and are in the right mindset. With animals, yes, they can consent as cabbagemayhem said, but they know how to consent within their own species (and not every case of animal mating started with consenting, but that's the difference between regular animals and animals with intelligence) A human wouldn't know how to read the signs of consent an animal would give, so how can he/she tell if the animal is consenting? With Pedophelia, those are children, and children don't know what they're doing, they don't know the implications of having sex, and if they are young enough, they don't even know what sex is, so how can they possibly give consent to something they don't understand? Not to mention that children are not sexually developed enough to even handle sex with someone. With the mid and later teens, their minds are still developing, so again, they don't understand the implications that sex can bring and are more spontaneous than children who are in their later teens. Believe me, I'm not pulling this out of my ass, as a students studying to be a teacher we have to study a ton of different developmental phases a child goes through, mid teens are powered by wanting to fit in and are obsessed wit the concept of self image, how others see them which means they are easy to tempt to have sex with you, and towards the later teens, even into the age of 18 and 19, they are so spontaneous they hardly think anything through which is why they're more likely to get in trouble, they think "oh it's just sex! What can go wrong?" BAM! Baby. I guess I just expanded on what myrtille stated.
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#388 to #386 - curbed
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These are very good points to bring up in a debate of this topic. I believe that children really shouldn't be having sex, of course I never had sex while I was still under age because I knew that if I got a girl pregnant I had no where to go. During that time there are varying levels of maturity, while some children have sex with their peers to fit in, others know the implications or may just realize that they're not ready. It's honestly harder to have sex as a minor, what with living in the same household as parents, always under their protective watch. It's pretty hard to sneak it and honestly the stress of a parent walking in and catching you is always looming, when you're with an adult, who has their own place, and you can sneak away to have sex with, that's something different. I think more kids just say that they have sex when they really don't, than actually "do the do". My basic point is that, no, children aren't developed enough to have sex, but is that going to stop them? No because they're compulsive and obsessed with fitting in. I'm sorry if I didn't get many of my points across effectively, I'm on a few sleeping pills at the moment and sentences are sort of running together.
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#390 to #389 - curbed
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My goal isn't to change your opinion, I'm not you so I couldn't imagine how you think and the experiences you've had to come to this opinion. For me I just figure if two consenting adults love each other and are supportive of each other they should be allowed to marry. Hell, people have gotten married for less than that and many LGBT couples have been together longer than a huge percentage of married straight couples have. There's also quite a bit more to marriage than just "a symbol of love and faith" there's insurance, hospital visits, taxes, home ownership. Quite a bit more than I can just get off the top of my head. Anyway, like I said, my goal isn't to change your opinion.
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#392 to #391 - curbed
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Pure romantic relation culture? I don't think I quite understand what that means. @.@
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#396 to #393 - curbed
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That's why when I hear about these 16 year old kids getting married I'm just like..."nooooo! What are you doing?" Oh responsibility is also another huge thing to consider because you'll be dealing with a lot of responsibilities together and if one of you is more responsible than the other, that's not a fair relationship.
#395 to #393 - curbed
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And you see? That's a whole other issue with maturity. Yes, it's Ok to start a relationship based on romance, but when you go into a more serious relationship and especially when you go into something that is supposed to be as permanent as marriage, you can't go into it on the basis of "Oh, he gives me flowers." or "Oh she cooked for me a couple of times!" "They're so romantic!!" it has to be about compatibility. How do you two deal with discussing touchy subjects? How do you argue? Does your schedule allow you two to spend enough time together? How are both of your careers? What is your view on kids? Even the style of your dream house is important. That romance **** is just to get you to the deeper levels of real relationships.
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#89 to #63 - anon
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There is no such thing as basic rights. Do you really think you have rights? What planet are you on? Obviously not this one. NO ONE cares if you are a homosexual or not. I'm sick of hearing poor me I'm a homosexual. Although the rape and molestation thing is ****** up. People that do those things should be burned at the stake honestly. **** putting them in jail. Just ******* crucify them.
#96 to #89 - curbed
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Try your best not to make assumptions, I'm not gay. I just don't agree with the fact that my cousin, friends, and neighbors don't have the rights and are not taken as seriously in terms of different crimes as I am. And to say that no one has any basic rights is just ridiculous. While a woman who had her body molested and her person raped would have the rapist in jail, a man in the same situation would be ignored and made a fool of isn't right in my book.
#328 to #55 - cabbagemayhem
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I support fair treatment of individuals, too, but 'gay rights' is an ambiguous term that sometimes isn't as fair as you think.
#108 to #55 - anon
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You gay *****?
#80 to #21 - newforomador
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All I have to say is to give it time. As I have multiple gay relatives I have no bias against anyone of a different sexuality, and something that few people seem to realize is that there is really no point to going against rights movements like the ones that the LGBT have made. As long as they don't go crazy about it then people will agree with them and say that they deserve all the same rights too. All we can really hope for is that people realize it sooner rather then later that everybody deserves their rights. Eventually everybody will just come to see it as normal and when that happens, things like what happened to you will stop.
#293 to #21 - anon
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Haven't you heard the feminist law makers decree "Men can't be raped" so you don't exist.
#56 to #21 - goodcheese
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I teach workshops on rape and sexual assault to high schoolers and we do make a point to mention that 1 in 10 victims of rape are men and that anyone of any gender or sexual orientation can be raped by anyone of any gender or sexual orientation. although the majority of the workshop is on how to not rape somebody by getting consent and whatnot.
#58 to #56 - actinglead ONLINE
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First, thanks for mentioning men also get raped.
Second, All the workshops around my area do not even allow men to come because they only talk about female rape.
#62 to #58 - goodcheese
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that's ridiculous, everyone should understand how rsa works and how to properly get consent. also we discuss what will happen to somebody if they are the victim and what will happen to somebody who is convicted. plus how to help a friend. also by only giving the workshop to females it suggests that they are responsible for not getting raped which is ridiculous because a victim is never to blame
#152 to #62 - rieskimo
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I'd just like to say thank you, it's very hard to get proper workshops and prevention. I live in a supposedly liberal state but up until a few years ago the domestic violence center(named "Womens' Resource Center" until recently) was essentially a "How to properly hate men" class and not much more. I know a lot of people with some sad histories(including myself) that could have really used the type of support and teaching that you're providing. It means a lot.
#255 to #152 - goodcheese
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it's part of a peer health program that has college students teach health workshops to high schoolers on topics such as pregnancy prevention, sti's, alchohol, drugs, and then stuff like abusive relationships, rape and sexual assault, and mental health.
#258 to #255 - rieskimo
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Sounds simple enough but, believe it or not, you're saving lives.
#26 to #21 - newsugarbriches
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I am female. I have been drugged at a bar before. I would rather not discuss my experience. But I know That feeling. I am sorry that happened to you. Your experience should help to bring awareness for ALL forms of rape and sexual abuse. Stay strong and courageous. I am straight, But I am a huge supporter of the LGBT community and the LGBT community are some of the bravest people I have ever known
#49 to #26 - anon
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Too cheap to buy your drinks by yourself, heh? I really luv those women, lol. What a newfag.
#31 to #26 - anon
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lol u deserved it
#266 to #31 - jarofdirt
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#116 - pharoahemonch
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drag queen's fw he sees the story in the news of an amazing rape rescue
drag queen's fw he sees the story in the news of an amazing rape rescue
#143 to #116 - anon
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sauce of the gif?
#144 to #143 - flutterdashrainbow
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The Rocky Horror Picture Show
#1 - mrsonicrainboom
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top notch
#50 - docteragondildos
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YFW your saved
YFW your saved
#274 to #50 - diegotan
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You're*
#79 to #50 - Kaylen
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I lol'd.