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Women who put themselves into situations while not caring about the consequences have themselves partly to blame. This "don't blame the victim" BS is retarded. Yes he did rape you, but you leading him on into a situation where you think you are in control and then it turns out you aren't is partly your fault. If you don't want it to begin with stop it before it starts, not halfway through.

How can a woman spot if the guy is a rapist or not before anything happens? It's not like women choose not have sex just to be annoying. Maybe she started to feel uncomfortable or the guy started to act differently. Normal woman would first assume that the guy will stop like any other normal guy. Her actions partly leaded to that situation but rape is always the rapist's fault. Blaming victim is a bad thing.

how could he know that she didn't want sex when she took her cloths off and got into bed with him..........

Yes a man who forces sex is a rapist, but the blame partly falls on her for consenting to the situation. She consented up until the act was being committed. At that point she has every right to stop, but if he doesn't then she put herself into that situation where she's in bed with a rapist. Sad as it is she is partly to blame for her actions. Had she had not agreed to that point she wouldn't be there.

Like I said, I don't condone rapists but people are responsible for their actions.

templar 331, mmo-champion 11 Comments [7/15/2017 12:48:59 AM]
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templar 331: "Like I said, I don't condone rapists but women are responsible for not GETTING THEMSELVES raped!"


7/15/2017 1:15:57 AM


Dear templar 331.
I invite you to dinner at my house.
After dinner, we will play some cards, then we will go for a walk. Then, suddenly, I will completely change and hit you over the head with a shovel, effectively killing you. I will use the same shovel to bury your dead body.
Would I be guilty of murder? Yes, but it's your fault, cause you consented to come to my house, eat, play cards and go for a walk with me. Do you agree?

7/15/2017 1:27:48 AM

Citizen Justin

Yes it's awkward when a woman takes off her clothes and gets into bed with a man and then doesn't have sex or asks him to stop, but there's always a reason.

Maybe she wasn't wet enough (the equivalent of a man not being able to get it up). Maybe the man did something uncouth, like shove a finger up her bum. Maybe it's just (as chauvinist males like myself might say) that women are funny creatures.

Any way, it's not because the woman is a MAJOR PRICK TEASE or SHIT TESTING YOU or being a TYPICAL FEMCUNT SJW BITCH. So I will tell the police that SomeApe and myself were actually watching 'Preacher' over a few beers at mine during the time the murder happened.

7/15/2017 4:39:46 AM

Thinking Allowed

Spoken like someone who didn't listen to a women when she said "No".

7/15/2017 8:06:06 AM


Self centered literal little prick. Some basic empathy would kill you outright, wouldn`t it?

7/15/2017 10:31:02 AM

Some Christian Anon

So if the man just up and raped a woman he did not know for the hell of it, the woman has responsibility for it.

Would the same thing apply if it was you that was the victim in this scenario?

7/15/2017 10:47:25 AM


You "don't condone rapists"? So why are you not calling for RAPISTS to be responsible for their actions?

7/15/2017 11:48:06 AM

Demon Duck of Doom

Rape apologists all need to be arrested.

7/15/2017 1:46:51 PM


I freely admit that I can't fathom the mindset of anyone who tries to stop sex partway through. There have been times that halfway through I wasn't particularly in the mood to keep going, but I kept on going anyway, because I felt it was wrong to deprive whoever I was with, since they were obviously having a good time.

Not that I'm saying it justifies continuing sex against someone's will once they've made their wish to stop known.

7/15/2017 2:22:06 PM


Yeah, man, he did beat you up, but you were wearing the wrong team shirt. It's partly your fault that you now have a brain aneurysm. If you didn't want to be beaten up, you should have worn the right team shirt.

No, honey. As rape is illegal, we should be able to walk around, stark naked, without anything happening to us. As murder is illegal too, you are able to walk around, alive and well, without anything happening to you.

Both parties are responsible to be absolutely sure that the other is eager and willing to do what they're about to do. Period.

"How could he know that she didn't want sex"? Didn't he ask her if she wanted to have sex with him? Easy-peasy...

My first sexual encounter ended with him being satisfied, and me still being a virgin, BECAUSE I SAID I WAS NOT READY YET. He was disappointed, and never wanted to see me again, but still, he was a human being and respected my hesitation. I met another human being later, after I'd gotten together with my now-husband. That one badgered me for a date, I said "no" quite a few times. Being a nice person and not that strong-willed then, I eventually said "yes". We went out to dinner, one of the tastiest meals I've ever had. But, at the end of the evening, I felt that he didn't match up to my now-husband, and I said something like "This was a lovely evening, but I don't think we have a future together". He was VERY angry, understandably, but walked me to the bus-stop, and we never saw each other again.

7/15/2017 2:39:05 PM


That's a good point, Swede. Everyone has the absolute right to say no, but the other party is allowed to be angry or disappointed, and want nothing more to do with them. I've seen some people try to claim otherwise.

7/15/2017 5:11:12 PM

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