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#86 - Remember when I said 8 out of 10 times? yeah that's the **** I…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/24/2013 on nah, dat ain't me 0
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#87 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
That still doesn't matter.
A woman or man should not feel bad about getting raped thinking it could of been what they did or did not do.
#83 - that's my whole point. It can be avoided, and it's not like ya…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/24/2013 on nah, dat ain't me -2
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#85 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Before my faith in humanity goes completly off the rails, just one more thing.
Theres a nice house, on a nice estate.
Its locked up pretty safe, because they know that they have a lot of vaubles in there that will attract attention.
But someone barges in and takes all the stuff, makes a mess of the house.
Nobody says 'well, its partly your fault for having such a nice house', no, they get the person who was responsible for the theft because it was THEM. They were responsible, they couldnt help themselves. They did the crime.
#126 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
Faith in humanity? Bitch please, mine was lost when I first started encountering people like you on the internet, pushing out arguments completely devoid of any facts and just stuffed with butthurt opinion. The minute somebody disagrees with you, all you do is come out with tears.

Here are some facts:

- rapists go after skantily clad women more often than not.
- rapists go after vulnerable women.

What can you see? Well knowing these facts, you can say "ah well, if women don't wear slutty clothing (which they shouldn't really, nobody respects a slut), they will less likely be raped, according to the above statistics". Can they wear what they want? Of course, but they should take the above into account. I won't bother going into the details of how sometimes women can claim rape even though it was just their stupid drunken idea of having sex with a stranger and regretting it in the morning.

tl;dr think for a fucking second.
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#86 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
Remember when I said 8 out of 10 times? yeah that's the shit I was referring to
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#87 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
That still doesn't matter.
A woman or man should not feel bad about getting raped thinking it could of been what they did or did not do.
#80 - but the said person didn't need to put themselves in that situ…  [+] (6 new replies) 12/24/2013 on nah, dat ain't me -3
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#81 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Yes, it could have been avoided
but that doesnt mean you shouldn't enjoy yourself, or dress like you want, or get drunk as much as yopu want without being threatened or anything.
Also, it was not your mums fault, it was the sick rapists who did that.
User avatar
#83 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
that's my whole point. It can be avoided, and it's not like ya'll have to go very far out of your way to avoid it. Self control on the woman's part is just as good in rape prevention as self control on the man.
User avatar
#85 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Before my faith in humanity goes completly off the rails, just one more thing.
Theres a nice house, on a nice estate.
Its locked up pretty safe, because they know that they have a lot of vaubles in there that will attract attention.
But someone barges in and takes all the stuff, makes a mess of the house.
Nobody says 'well, its partly your fault for having such a nice house', no, they get the person who was responsible for the theft because it was THEM. They were responsible, they couldnt help themselves. They did the crime.
#126 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
Faith in humanity? Bitch please, mine was lost when I first started encountering people like you on the internet, pushing out arguments completely devoid of any facts and just stuffed with butthurt opinion. The minute somebody disagrees with you, all you do is come out with tears.

Here are some facts:

- rapists go after skantily clad women more often than not.
- rapists go after vulnerable women.

What can you see? Well knowing these facts, you can say "ah well, if women don't wear slutty clothing (which they shouldn't really, nobody respects a slut), they will less likely be raped, according to the above statistics". Can they wear what they want? Of course, but they should take the above into account. I won't bother going into the details of how sometimes women can claim rape even though it was just their stupid drunken idea of having sex with a stranger and regretting it in the morning.

tl;dr think for a fucking second.
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#86 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
Remember when I said 8 out of 10 times? yeah that's the shit I was referring to
User avatar
#87 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
That still doesn't matter.
A woman or man should not feel bad about getting raped thinking it could of been what they did or did not do.
#78 - So women shouldn't take any responsibility for their choices i…  [+] (8 new replies) 12/24/2013 on nah, dat ain't me -3
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#79 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Just because someone is half naked, high, and going home with a stranger or is alone doesnt make them entitled to rape the said person.
User avatar
#80 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
but the said person didn't need to put themselves in that situation in the first place. I don't htink rape is right at all. My mom was raped hog tied at knife point in an allyway and even she says it could have been avoided a million different ways.
User avatar
#81 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Yes, it could have been avoided
but that doesnt mean you shouldn't enjoy yourself, or dress like you want, or get drunk as much as yopu want without being threatened or anything.
Also, it was not your mums fault, it was the sick rapists who did that.
User avatar
#83 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
that's my whole point. It can be avoided, and it's not like ya'll have to go very far out of your way to avoid it. Self control on the woman's part is just as good in rape prevention as self control on the man.
User avatar
#85 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Before my faith in humanity goes completly off the rails, just one more thing.
Theres a nice house, on a nice estate.
Its locked up pretty safe, because they know that they have a lot of vaubles in there that will attract attention.
But someone barges in and takes all the stuff, makes a mess of the house.
Nobody says 'well, its partly your fault for having such a nice house', no, they get the person who was responsible for the theft because it was THEM. They were responsible, they couldnt help themselves. They did the crime.
#126 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
Faith in humanity? Bitch please, mine was lost when I first started encountering people like you on the internet, pushing out arguments completely devoid of any facts and just stuffed with butthurt opinion. The minute somebody disagrees with you, all you do is come out with tears.

Here are some facts:

- rapists go after skantily clad women more often than not.
- rapists go after vulnerable women.

What can you see? Well knowing these facts, you can say "ah well, if women don't wear slutty clothing (which they shouldn't really, nobody respects a slut), they will less likely be raped, according to the above statistics". Can they wear what they want? Of course, but they should take the above into account. I won't bother going into the details of how sometimes women can claim rape even though it was just their stupid drunken idea of having sex with a stranger and regretting it in the morning.

tl;dr think for a fucking second.
User avatar
#86 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
Remember when I said 8 out of 10 times? yeah that's the shit I was referring to
User avatar
#87 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
That still doesn't matter.
A woman or man should not feel bad about getting raped thinking it could of been what they did or did not do.
#76 - so if a chick dresses like a skank, does ecstasy at a rave, le…  [+] (10 new replies) 12/24/2013 on nah, dat ain't me -3
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#77 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
No, it isn't
Why aren't you getting this? If someone doesn't want to have sex, its rape.
User avatar
#78 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
So women shouldn't take any responsibility for their choices is what you're saying? allow me to direct o you back to lazypaul (HI!) and his comment.
User avatar
#79 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Just because someone is half naked, high, and going home with a stranger or is alone doesnt make them entitled to rape the said person.
User avatar
#80 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
but the said person didn't need to put themselves in that situation in the first place. I don't htink rape is right at all. My mom was raped hog tied at knife point in an allyway and even she says it could have been avoided a million different ways.
User avatar
#81 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Yes, it could have been avoided
but that doesnt mean you shouldn't enjoy yourself, or dress like you want, or get drunk as much as yopu want without being threatened or anything.
Also, it was not your mums fault, it was the sick rapists who did that.
User avatar
#83 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
that's my whole point. It can be avoided, and it's not like ya'll have to go very far out of your way to avoid it. Self control on the woman's part is just as good in rape prevention as self control on the man.
User avatar
#85 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Before my faith in humanity goes completly off the rails, just one more thing.
Theres a nice house, on a nice estate.
Its locked up pretty safe, because they know that they have a lot of vaubles in there that will attract attention.
But someone barges in and takes all the stuff, makes a mess of the house.
Nobody says 'well, its partly your fault for having such a nice house', no, they get the person who was responsible for the theft because it was THEM. They were responsible, they couldnt help themselves. They did the crime.
#126 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
Faith in humanity? Bitch please, mine was lost when I first started encountering people like you on the internet, pushing out arguments completely devoid of any facts and just stuffed with butthurt opinion. The minute somebody disagrees with you, all you do is come out with tears.

Here are some facts:

- rapists go after skantily clad women more often than not.
- rapists go after vulnerable women.

What can you see? Well knowing these facts, you can say "ah well, if women don't wear slutty clothing (which they shouldn't really, nobody respects a slut), they will less likely be raped, according to the above statistics". Can they wear what they want? Of course, but they should take the above into account. I won't bother going into the details of how sometimes women can claim rape even though it was just their stupid drunken idea of having sex with a stranger and regretting it in the morning.

tl;dr think for a fucking second.
User avatar
#86 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
Remember when I said 8 out of 10 times? yeah that's the shit I was referring to
User avatar
#87 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
That still doesn't matter.
A woman or man should not feel bad about getting raped thinking it could of been what they did or did not do.
#74 - at what point did I say it was all the victims fault? I even a…  [+] (12 new replies) 12/24/2013 on nah, dat ain't me -3
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#75 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
'but sometimes the victim helps'
never does a victim asked to be raped, whether if its how they act, how drunk or sober they are of how little clothing their wearing its never their fault.
User avatar
#76 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
so if a chick dresses like a skank, does ecstasy at a rave, leaves alone or with a stranger, and gets raped. it is in no way, shape, or form her fault?
User avatar
#77 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
No, it isn't
Why aren't you getting this? If someone doesn't want to have sex, its rape.
User avatar
#78 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
So women shouldn't take any responsibility for their choices is what you're saying? allow me to direct o you back to lazypaul (HI!) and his comment.
User avatar
#79 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Just because someone is half naked, high, and going home with a stranger or is alone doesnt make them entitled to rape the said person.
User avatar
#80 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
but the said person didn't need to put themselves in that situation in the first place. I don't htink rape is right at all. My mom was raped hog tied at knife point in an allyway and even she says it could have been avoided a million different ways.
User avatar
#81 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Yes, it could have been avoided
but that doesnt mean you shouldn't enjoy yourself, or dress like you want, or get drunk as much as yopu want without being threatened or anything.
Also, it was not your mums fault, it was the sick rapists who did that.
User avatar
#83 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
that's my whole point. It can be avoided, and it's not like ya'll have to go very far out of your way to avoid it. Self control on the woman's part is just as good in rape prevention as self control on the man.
User avatar
#85 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Before my faith in humanity goes completly off the rails, just one more thing.
Theres a nice house, on a nice estate.
Its locked up pretty safe, because they know that they have a lot of vaubles in there that will attract attention.
But someone barges in and takes all the stuff, makes a mess of the house.
Nobody says 'well, its partly your fault for having such a nice house', no, they get the person who was responsible for the theft because it was THEM. They were responsible, they couldnt help themselves. They did the crime.
#126 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
Faith in humanity? Bitch please, mine was lost when I first started encountering people like you on the internet, pushing out arguments completely devoid of any facts and just stuffed with butthurt opinion. The minute somebody disagrees with you, all you do is come out with tears.

Here are some facts:

- rapists go after skantily clad women more often than not.
- rapists go after vulnerable women.

What can you see? Well knowing these facts, you can say "ah well, if women don't wear slutty clothing (which they shouldn't really, nobody respects a slut), they will less likely be raped, according to the above statistics". Can they wear what they want? Of course, but they should take the above into account. I won't bother going into the details of how sometimes women can claim rape even though it was just their stupid drunken idea of having sex with a stranger and regretting it in the morning.

tl;dr think for a fucking second.
User avatar
#86 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
Remember when I said 8 out of 10 times? yeah that's the shit I was referring to
User avatar
#87 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
That still doesn't matter.
A woman or man should not feel bad about getting raped thinking it could of been what they did or did not do.
#68 - hm maybe this is all coming across wrong. My point wasn't what…  [+] (14 new replies) 12/24/2013 on nah, dat ain't me -2
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#71 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Just read the conversation below because I can't deal with any more of you people who seem to think its the victims fault for someone violating their body.
User avatar
#74 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
at what point did I say it was all the victims fault? I even agreed with you that rapists cause rape. But more could often be done on the victim's part to prevent it
User avatar
#75 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
'but sometimes the victim helps'
never does a victim asked to be raped, whether if its how they act, how drunk or sober they are of how little clothing their wearing its never their fault.
User avatar
#76 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
so if a chick dresses like a skank, does ecstasy at a rave, leaves alone or with a stranger, and gets raped. it is in no way, shape, or form her fault?
User avatar
#77 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
No, it isn't
Why aren't you getting this? If someone doesn't want to have sex, its rape.
User avatar
#78 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
So women shouldn't take any responsibility for their choices is what you're saying? allow me to direct o you back to lazypaul (HI!) and his comment.
User avatar
#79 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Just because someone is half naked, high, and going home with a stranger or is alone doesnt make them entitled to rape the said person.
User avatar
#80 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
but the said person didn't need to put themselves in that situation in the first place. I don't htink rape is right at all. My mom was raped hog tied at knife point in an allyway and even she says it could have been avoided a million different ways.
User avatar
#81 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Yes, it could have been avoided
but that doesnt mean you shouldn't enjoy yourself, or dress like you want, or get drunk as much as yopu want without being threatened or anything.
Also, it was not your mums fault, it was the sick rapists who did that.
User avatar
#83 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
that's my whole point. It can be avoided, and it's not like ya'll have to go very far out of your way to avoid it. Self control on the woman's part is just as good in rape prevention as self control on the man.
User avatar
#85 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Before my faith in humanity goes completly off the rails, just one more thing.
Theres a nice house, on a nice estate.
Its locked up pretty safe, because they know that they have a lot of vaubles in there that will attract attention.
But someone barges in and takes all the stuff, makes a mess of the house.
Nobody says 'well, its partly your fault for having such a nice house', no, they get the person who was responsible for the theft because it was THEM. They were responsible, they couldnt help themselves. They did the crime.
#126 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
Faith in humanity? Bitch please, mine was lost when I first started encountering people like you on the internet, pushing out arguments completely devoid of any facts and just stuffed with butthurt opinion. The minute somebody disagrees with you, all you do is come out with tears.

Here are some facts:

- rapists go after skantily clad women more often than not.
- rapists go after vulnerable women.

What can you see? Well knowing these facts, you can say "ah well, if women don't wear slutty clothing (which they shouldn't really, nobody respects a slut), they will less likely be raped, according to the above statistics". Can they wear what they want? Of course, but they should take the above into account. I won't bother going into the details of how sometimes women can claim rape even though it was just their stupid drunken idea of having sex with a stranger and regretting it in the morning.

tl;dr think for a fucking second.
User avatar
#86 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
Remember when I said 8 out of 10 times? yeah that's the shit I was referring to
User avatar
#87 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
That still doesn't matter.
A woman or man should not feel bad about getting raped thinking it could of been what they did or did not do.
#63 - "I'm going to go walking alone in my burqua, this can't g…  [+] (16 new replies) 12/24/2013 on nah, dat ain't me -4
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#65 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
So your saying that women should feel threatened and that they shouldn't feel comfortable wearing what they want, going where they want and doing what they want without thinking that they might get raped?
Wow nice one, you're a total asshole.
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#68 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
hm maybe this is all coming across wrong. My point wasn't what they were wearing, it's the position they put themselves in. There's a pic floating around of these 3 girls in fuzzy miniskirts with naught but tape over their nipples, captioned "Dress like a whore and do ex at a rave. Cry about getting raped at a rave." I guess a better way to put it would be 8 out of 10 times she is in a bad spot or with bad company. what she is wearing (or lack thereof) will only exacerbate the situation.
User avatar
#71 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Just read the conversation below because I can't deal with any more of you people who seem to think its the victims fault for someone violating their body.
User avatar
#74 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
at what point did I say it was all the victims fault? I even agreed with you that rapists cause rape. But more could often be done on the victim's part to prevent it
User avatar
#75 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
'but sometimes the victim helps'
never does a victim asked to be raped, whether if its how they act, how drunk or sober they are of how little clothing their wearing its never their fault.
User avatar
#76 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
so if a chick dresses like a skank, does ecstasy at a rave, leaves alone or with a stranger, and gets raped. it is in no way, shape, or form her fault?
User avatar
#77 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
No, it isn't
Why aren't you getting this? If someone doesn't want to have sex, its rape.
User avatar
#78 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
So women shouldn't take any responsibility for their choices is what you're saying? allow me to direct o you back to lazypaul (HI!) and his comment.
User avatar
#79 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Just because someone is half naked, high, and going home with a stranger or is alone doesnt make them entitled to rape the said person.
User avatar
#80 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
but the said person didn't need to put themselves in that situation in the first place. I don't htink rape is right at all. My mom was raped hog tied at knife point in an allyway and even she says it could have been avoided a million different ways.
User avatar
#81 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Yes, it could have been avoided
but that doesnt mean you shouldn't enjoy yourself, or dress like you want, or get drunk as much as yopu want without being threatened or anything.
Also, it was not your mums fault, it was the sick rapists who did that.
User avatar
#83 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
that's my whole point. It can be avoided, and it's not like ya'll have to go very far out of your way to avoid it. Self control on the woman's part is just as good in rape prevention as self control on the man.
User avatar
#85 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Before my faith in humanity goes completly off the rails, just one more thing.
Theres a nice house, on a nice estate.
Its locked up pretty safe, because they know that they have a lot of vaubles in there that will attract attention.
But someone barges in and takes all the stuff, makes a mess of the house.
Nobody says 'well, its partly your fault for having such a nice house', no, they get the person who was responsible for the theft because it was THEM. They were responsible, they couldnt help themselves. They did the crime.
#126 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
Faith in humanity? Bitch please, mine was lost when I first started encountering people like you on the internet, pushing out arguments completely devoid of any facts and just stuffed with butthurt opinion. The minute somebody disagrees with you, all you do is come out with tears.

Here are some facts:

- rapists go after skantily clad women more often than not.
- rapists go after vulnerable women.

What can you see? Well knowing these facts, you can say "ah well, if women don't wear slutty clothing (which they shouldn't really, nobody respects a slut), they will less likely be raped, according to the above statistics". Can they wear what they want? Of course, but they should take the above into account. I won't bother going into the details of how sometimes women can claim rape even though it was just their stupid drunken idea of having sex with a stranger and regretting it in the morning.

tl;dr think for a fucking second.
User avatar
#86 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
Remember when I said 8 out of 10 times? yeah that's the shit I was referring to
User avatar
#87 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
That still doesn't matter.
A woman or man should not feel bad about getting raped thinking it could of been what they did or did not do.
#15 - A man walks in to a bad neighborhood in his Armani suit, walle…  [+] (49 new replies) 12/23/2013 on nah, dat ain't me +16
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#210 - aclopolipse (12/24/2013) [-]
I completely understand what you're trying to say, but it still doesn't do anything to excuse the fault of the robber(s) taking that man's stuff. Furthermore, rape is, most often, not a crime of uncontrollable lust - it's a crime of power. There are aspects of a person's presentation that affect their chances of being raped, but it is not a matter of how much skin they are showing. Instead, it is that which showcases vulnerability - being short and/or skinny, as well as the levels of fear and unease that the person gives off in the way that they walk and act. Obviously, a rapist would be looking for a victim that would not likely to put up a fight - and that mentality can be seen in the types of people that find themselves victims of rape or attempted rape in the street.
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#173 - hoponthefeelstrain (12/24/2013) [-]
Whenever a man gets raped, even a gay one, no one asks what he was wearing and calls him a slut.
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#18 - wardylocks (12/23/2013) [-]
women get raped wearing burquas
women get raped wearing heavy winter coats and jeans
women got raped years and year ago when women wore heavy corsets, layers of clothing and underwear that came up to their breasts.
rapists cause rape.
#167 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
people in poor neighborhoods get robben people in middle class neighborhoods get robbed grandmas get robbed kids get robbed your point being?
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#63 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
"I'm going to go walking alone in my burqua, this can't go wrong!"
"I'm gonna go to a park alone in my heavy winter clothes and take selfies!"
"Jack the ripper? Oh darling, he's just a nasty rumor, I'll be fine on the town alone tonight!"
rapists may cause rape, but sometimes the victim helps.
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#65 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
So your saying that women should feel threatened and that they shouldn't feel comfortable wearing what they want, going where they want and doing what they want without thinking that they might get raped?
Wow nice one, you're a total asshole.
User avatar
#68 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
hm maybe this is all coming across wrong. My point wasn't what they were wearing, it's the position they put themselves in. There's a pic floating around of these 3 girls in fuzzy miniskirts with naught but tape over their nipples, captioned "Dress like a whore and do ex at a rave. Cry about getting raped at a rave." I guess a better way to put it would be 8 out of 10 times she is in a bad spot or with bad company. what she is wearing (or lack thereof) will only exacerbate the situation.
User avatar
#71 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Just read the conversation below because I can't deal with any more of you people who seem to think its the victims fault for someone violating their body.
User avatar
#74 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
at what point did I say it was all the victims fault? I even agreed with you that rapists cause rape. But more could often be done on the victim's part to prevent it
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#75 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
'but sometimes the victim helps'
never does a victim asked to be raped, whether if its how they act, how drunk or sober they are of how little clothing their wearing its never their fault.
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#76 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
so if a chick dresses like a skank, does ecstasy at a rave, leaves alone or with a stranger, and gets raped. it is in no way, shape, or form her fault?
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#77 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
No, it isn't
Why aren't you getting this? If someone doesn't want to have sex, its rape.
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#78 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
So women shouldn't take any responsibility for their choices is what you're saying? allow me to direct o you back to lazypaul (HI!) and his comment.
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#79 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Just because someone is half naked, high, and going home with a stranger or is alone doesnt make them entitled to rape the said person.
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#80 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
but the said person didn't need to put themselves in that situation in the first place. I don't htink rape is right at all. My mom was raped hog tied at knife point in an allyway and even she says it could have been avoided a million different ways.
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#81 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Yes, it could have been avoided
but that doesnt mean you shouldn't enjoy yourself, or dress like you want, or get drunk as much as yopu want without being threatened or anything.
Also, it was not your mums fault, it was the sick rapists who did that.
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#83 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
that's my whole point. It can be avoided, and it's not like ya'll have to go very far out of your way to avoid it. Self control on the woman's part is just as good in rape prevention as self control on the man.
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#85 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Before my faith in humanity goes completly off the rails, just one more thing.
Theres a nice house, on a nice estate.
Its locked up pretty safe, because they know that they have a lot of vaubles in there that will attract attention.
But someone barges in and takes all the stuff, makes a mess of the house.
Nobody says 'well, its partly your fault for having such a nice house', no, they get the person who was responsible for the theft because it was THEM. They were responsible, they couldnt help themselves. They did the crime.
#126 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
Faith in humanity? Bitch please, mine was lost when I first started encountering people like you on the internet, pushing out arguments completely devoid of any facts and just stuffed with butthurt opinion. The minute somebody disagrees with you, all you do is come out with tears.

Here are some facts:

- rapists go after skantily clad women more often than not.
- rapists go after vulnerable women.

What can you see? Well knowing these facts, you can say "ah well, if women don't wear slutty clothing (which they shouldn't really, nobody respects a slut), they will less likely be raped, according to the above statistics". Can they wear what they want? Of course, but they should take the above into account. I won't bother going into the details of how sometimes women can claim rape even though it was just their stupid drunken idea of having sex with a stranger and regretting it in the morning.

tl;dr think for a fucking second.
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#86 - jellybob (12/24/2013) [-]
Remember when I said 8 out of 10 times? yeah that's the shit I was referring to
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#87 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
That still doesn't matter.
A woman or man should not feel bad about getting raped thinking it could of been what they did or did not do.
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#21 - lazypaul (12/23/2013) [-]
Women are statistically more likely to get raped when they are wearing revealing or provocative clothes. No-one is saying that it is the woman's fault she got raped or that she is asking for it but the sad truth is that rapists, just like muggers and thieves, do exist and always will. Therefore, it would be wise for a woman to lower her chances of being raped to cover up and not walk outside at night alone.

I think that is the point jellbob was trying to raise.
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#243 - randomlyici (12/24/2013) [-]
Where is that statistic? That has been proven wrong. You are more likely to get raped by someone you know probably in you're own house. There is a 90% chance of getting raped by a family member, friend, or an acquaintance. The whole "getting raped in an alley" does not happen very often (at least in U.S.).
#252 - martialnorris (12/24/2013) [-]
90% chance?! Does that mean we're all probably gonna get raped during christmas?! NOOO!!!
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#32 - lazypaul (12/23/2013) [-]
*jellybob
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#23 - wardylocks (12/23/2013) [-]
I think its more that men should be able to control themselves.
You see a nice girl, maybe with her legs out and maybe some of her stomach, but that doesn't make the rape any less of an issue.
Women should not have to think 'ugh, i can't wear my nice dress because i'm showing too much skin, i might get raped'. They should be able to dress however they like and not be scared.
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#231 - msypsylon (12/24/2013) [-]
Yeah and children should be able to accept candy from strangers. Bad stuff happens. Fucking deal with it.
#121 - anon (12/24/2013) [-]
Well, ideally, yeah. But saying "men should control themselves" is like going to a random crowd and shouting "all you thieves better not steal anything!". If you have a bike and you don't lock it, chances are it will get stolen. It's not your fault your bike got stolen, it's that bastard thief's fault. However, it is wise to lock your bike since as lazypaul says, thieves and rapists are just a fact of life.
#89 - walmartysnextghost (12/24/2013) [-]
I shouldn't have to hide the phone I left in my car, car thieves should just be able to control themselves. It's stupid to have to think "ugh, what if some immoral person wants this, I sure don't want it to get stolen, i guess I better not show it off" I should be able to leave my shit out where people can see its only a window away and not be scared.
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#90 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
what the fuck no no no
dude no
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#270 - hellsjester (12/25/2013) [-]
hey your absolutley right. by that logic i shouldn't be arrested just because i drank large amounts of alcohol. yes your right they didn't ask for it but that logic is completely fucked. your basically saying hey yes i dress in slut ware and it is very revealing and makes me an easy target for these kinds of psychopaths, but it shouldn't happen. before you get all up in arms and say sick sob and fuck you dickhead. just really think about it. why are you going around town in duck tape in a thong. you are asking for trouble you may not want it but you are asking for it. just be smart hang out with people you truely know and don't dress like a skank. you can still look nice with out revealing clothing. yes you aren't asking to be raped. yes you don't deserve to be raped. but if you would take steps to make sure this doesn't happen. like be with a group of friends who got your back. don't accept drinks from people you just met and wear respectable clothing. yes it won't make you 100% rape proof, but jesus make preventative steps and don't make it easier for these kinds of freaks.
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#91 - walmartysnextghost (12/24/2013) [-]
ok, I would like for you to explain your argument to me as clearly as possible before I start bashing your comments, because based off this response it seems we may have a misunderstanding, if you don't mind
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#94 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Basically I've been backing an froing from each argument and people seem to think its the victims sort of fault if they get raped. Its not, people should be happy to go out wearing whatever they want whether its a burqa or a bikini, nothing should revoke rape or make the victim think it was their fault in anyway.
When someone gets murdered or stabbed theyre not supposed to think 'hey, maybe it was my fault i get stabbed, i may as well have ran into the knife' Rapists, murderers and theifs know what their doing, it doesnt matter what your wearing or doing it should not excuse what they did as a crime to what you chose to do/go/wear.
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#245 - admiralen (12/24/2013) [-]
you can wear what you want, rapists still gonna exist, even if it isnt moraly right people are telling you to be careful for your sake
#98 - walmartysnextghost (12/24/2013) [-]
ok, fair, but that still doesn't mean you shouldn't take preventative measure to keep yourself from getting into a bad situation. If you walk home alone half naked your chances of rape go up, period. So, it's best to think about what you're wearing were you're going and who is going to travel with you when going out as a woman
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#99 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
Yes, but that shoudn't be the case for anyone, nobody should have to feel like that.
I agree, but I think its terrible. People shouldn't blame themselves or be blamed for being a victim.
#119 - walmartysnextghost (12/24/2013) [-]
that's just life, people get raped, people get killed, people get stuff stolen. ounce of prevention is better that having to recover from the situation. Saying people shouldn't rape is about the same as saying people shouldn't murder.
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#26 - lazypaul (12/23/2013) [-]
Men are able to control themselves, no-one is saying they can't. I don't think a normal man has ever went out with no intention of harming anyone, seen a young, sexually attractive woman in a mini-skirt and attacked her because he was so turned on. The fact is that there are rapists out there, men who go out with the intention of raping somebody, and if you want to limit your odds of being their victim it would be advisable to cover up.
You're right, women SHOULD be able to go out and wear whatever they want and not fear for their safety, but unfortunately we don't live in a perfect world. We live in a world were rapists exist and rape happens and it is likely that is never going to change.
#149 - takedatsociety (12/24/2013) [-]
By saying that rapist are still going to rape women and you should limit your odds by wearing less provocative clothing, your basically saying that they should just rape the next woman We don't just want to protect our selves, we want to protect everyone.
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#261 - lazypaul (12/24/2013) [-]
So what if you want to protect everyone? How does that change anything?
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#28 - wardylocks (12/23/2013) [-]
Its just sad that most men get generalized like wild animals because a majority of rapists cant control themselves infront of a woman who's showing a bit of skin.
I think people should be taught better.
#52 - nebuelaeus (12/24/2013) [-]
doesn't the comment you made above this one do just that?
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#55 - wardylocks (12/24/2013) [-]
My apologies, I should of said 'rapists' not men.
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#56 - nebuelaeus (12/24/2013) [-]
ok
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#30 - lazypaul (12/23/2013) [-]
I don't think you understand. Rapists aren't men who can't control themselves, they consciously go out with the intention of raping someone. They just happen to choose the ones who dress provocatively.

Like you said there have been rapists throughout history, just as there has always been criminals of every other kind. I seriously doubt any amount of teaching is going to change that.

You're right though, it is wrong for all men to be tarred with the same brush as rapists. That needs to change.
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#34 - wardylocks (12/23/2013) [-]
Amen
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#17 - bellabaloo (12/23/2013) [-]
I agree with you, the person is dumb for wearing nothing or flaunting money. But there are men on here who think that if a women dresses like a slut, then it's there fault and they were "asking for it"
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#19 - Ruspanic (12/24/2013) [-]
That's not quite right.
The dark spirit Vaatu pulled the Avatar Spirit Raava out of Korra and destroyed her connection with the previous avatars. Although Raava was later reunited with Korra, the connection remained broken. However, it wasn't confirmed that the other Avatars are actually gone. Unlike normal people, Avatars go to the Spirit World after they die, which is why Tenzin was able to meet his father, Aang, within the Spirit world. Since Korra released all the spirits into the material world, it's possible that the spirits of her past lives are all still around and wandering the Earth somewhere.
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#22 - aedai (12/24/2013) [-]
Wait... I though Tenzin was just hallucinating in that scene?
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#24 - Ruspanic (12/24/2013) [-]
You could be right, I'm not sure.
#26 - aedai (12/24/2013) [-]
Honestly, I'd prefer if you were right. It'd allow us to regain these characters without some random bullshit. Korra just has to find and absorb these past avatars.
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#13 - stijnybe (12/23/2013) [-]
i thought it was a fish
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#6 - klauszen (12/23/2013) [-]
Lets say we´re not seeing Aang, Roku or Kyoshi anymore
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#4 - Namezone (12/23/2013) [-]
warning, the spoiler eye is used correctly here:

evil spirit pulled out the avatar spirit from korra, beat the avatar spirit until all the previous avatar memories were destroyed, thus killing them all.
#12 - imsocoolithink (12/23/2013) [-]
Holy shit, that's an eye. I always thought it was a penguin lying on it's stomach.
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#7 - JariWeis (12/23/2013) [-]
So, the Avatar is dead?
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#11 - Namezone (12/23/2013) [-]
no, but you should watch to see.
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#9 - andreewkun (12/23/2013) [-]
Nope, avatar's past lives are unlinked now
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#5 - jellybob (12/23/2013) [-]
holy shit that's intense

warning, the spoiler eye is used incorrectly here
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#19 - Ruspanic (12/24/2013) [-]
That's not quite right.
The dark spirit Vaatu pulled the Avatar Spirit Raava out of Korra and destroyed her connection with the previous avatars. Although Raava was later reunited with Korra, the connection remained broken. However, it wasn't confirmed that the other Avatars are actually gone. Unlike normal people, Avatars go to the Spirit World after they die, which is why Tenzin was able to meet his father, Aang, within the Spirit world. Since Korra released all the spirits into the material world, it's possible that the spirits of her past lives are all still around and wandering the Earth somewhere.
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#22 - aedai (12/24/2013) [-]
Wait... I though Tenzin was just hallucinating in that scene?
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#24 - Ruspanic (12/24/2013) [-]
You could be right, I'm not sure.
#26 - aedai (12/24/2013) [-]
Honestly, I'd prefer if you were right. It'd allow us to regain these characters without some random bullshit. Korra just has to find and absorb these past avatars.
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#13 - stijnybe (12/23/2013) [-]
i thought it was a fish
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