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#13 - These things actually happen in real life you know...  [+] (2 replies) 05/21/2016 on How to unlock a car with a... +5
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#14 - badgoodass (05/21/2016) [-]
Where the fuck do you live where people regularly suddnely cheer and have sex
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#15 - shardack (05/21/2016) [-]
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#13 - Yeah, kinda. But most of these are cringy beyond acceptable le…  [+] (1 reply) 05/15/2016 on Daily Dose of Cringe 5 +2
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#14 - imofcnotharveydent (05/15/2016) [-]
I probably have, I just don't know which time
#69 - Well, the more I look it up to both jurisdicitions, it seems m…  [+] (1 reply) 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic 0
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#96 - kousei (01/28/2016) [-]
Right, sorry, it should be noted that the complaint is less about the letter of the law and more about peoples conceptualizations of these incidents. The law can say whatever it likes, but if the judge looks at a drunken mistake and says the man is guilty of rape.... well yea. Hence the lack of petitions to change the law, and more the information spread.

This becomes especially important considering the fact that these days people tend not to wait for the decision of the courts to pass their own judgement. One could get kicked out of school, fired from a job, and lose all friends because of the constant push of this idea that a woman who drunkenly fucks has been raped.

Though, in terms of the law, i don't believe a woman should be able to call rape on a drunken tryst. If other factors apply (say, force or coercion) that's a different story. Just not on alcohol alone.
#67 - Yeah that would be specific to the USA I think. The Canadian c…  [+] (3 replies) 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic 0
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#68 - kousei (01/28/2016) [-]
It's less singular case and more general trend. From personal experience i have known of 3 instances of alcohol assisted rape that i personally bore witness to the precursor of. The male in all 3 cases was slovenly drunk and cared about the girl they had "raped." The female could have passed for sober or barely drunk. No charges were pressed but when talking to school officials we were informed that it would probably succeed if taken to court.
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#69 - shardack (01/28/2016) [-]
Well, the more I look it up to both jurisdicitions, it seems much more like misinformation. The law does not make any distinction between man and woman. The only thing I can think of is that it would be harder for a drunk man to convince a jury.
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#96 - kousei (01/28/2016) [-]
Right, sorry, it should be noted that the complaint is less about the letter of the law and more about peoples conceptualizations of these incidents. The law can say whatever it likes, but if the judge looks at a drunken mistake and says the man is guilty of rape.... well yea. Hence the lack of petitions to change the law, and more the information spread.

This becomes especially important considering the fact that these days people tend not to wait for the decision of the courts to pass their own judgement. One could get kicked out of school, fired from a job, and lose all friends because of the constant push of this idea that a woman who drunkenly fucks has been raped.

Though, in terms of the law, i don't believe a woman should be able to call rape on a drunken tryst. If other factors apply (say, force or coercion) that's a different story. Just not on alcohol alone.
#60 - Ok, I don't know the law in the USA as much as I do in Canada,…  [+] (7 replies) 01/28/2016 on Drink down your logic +1
#75 - sherlockbatman (01/28/2016) [-]
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I obviously don't know how the law works in Soviet Canuckistan, plus I mostly skimmed what you wrote, but it's like the opposite in America. I have no idea where people are getting this idea that fucking someone who's drunk is a crime. it's 100% not unless you literally drugged them. the law considers you responsible for your own damn self until you hurt someone else. get drunk and fuck someone you didn't mean to? you're an idiot and should be ashamed of your reckless dumbassitude. you were not raped unless you were way past gone. if you're not even conscious anymore, that's date rape. if you're just drunk, stupid, and still walking on your own, you're responsible. there is no legal precedent for what the post is implying. that's not how the law works here, so the entire point is moot.
stop perpetuating this facebook awareness bull, it's a made-up problem from some tumblrina's wetmare
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#70 - njall (01/28/2016) [-]
Uhm, i have a question.
It's unrelated to the specific topic of discussion but it's related to all of this in a general way.
Also, i see that you are a law student, and i want to clarify that by no means i intend to offend you with the question i'm going to ask, even if it sounds bad.

My question is: why is law so shit?
I can elaborate on that question if you want, but i think you know what i'm talking about.
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#63 - kousei (01/28/2016) [-]
Then we come to problem 2. If both parties are adequately drunk, neither of them are able to give proper consent. So why, if this holds true, is it still defaulted to the male raping the female?
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#67 - shardack (01/28/2016) [-]
Yeah that would be specific to the USA I think. The Canadian criminal does not make that kind of distinction I don't know of a precedent setting such a rule here. I'm not saying it doesn't exist, but I have never learned about it. I would have to do more reasearch.


Is it even true in the USA or is it common belief and not really supported by any judged case? I mean, people say shit all the time and don't really know what they are talking about.
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#68 - kousei (01/28/2016) [-]
It's less singular case and more general trend. From personal experience i have known of 3 instances of alcohol assisted rape that i personally bore witness to the precursor of. The male in all 3 cases was slovenly drunk and cared about the girl they had "raped." The female could have passed for sober or barely drunk. No charges were pressed but when talking to school officials we were informed that it would probably succeed if taken to court.
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#69 - shardack (01/28/2016) [-]
Well, the more I look it up to both jurisdicitions, it seems much more like misinformation. The law does not make any distinction between man and woman. The only thing I can think of is that it would be harder for a drunk man to convince a jury.
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#96 - kousei (01/28/2016) [-]
Right, sorry, it should be noted that the complaint is less about the letter of the law and more about peoples conceptualizations of these incidents. The law can say whatever it likes, but if the judge looks at a drunken mistake and says the man is guilty of rape.... well yea. Hence the lack of petitions to change the law, and more the information spread.

This becomes especially important considering the fact that these days people tend not to wait for the decision of the courts to pass their own judgement. One could get kicked out of school, fired from a job, and lose all friends because of the constant push of this idea that a woman who drunkenly fucks has been raped.

Though, in terms of the law, i don't believe a woman should be able to call rape on a drunken tryst. If other factors apply (say, force or coercion) that's a different story. Just not on alcohol alone.
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