RE: Why isn't opposite-sex rape a sex-based hate crime?
Because it’s men (98.7% of the time) doing the raping and women (87% of the time) being raped. Men abusing women is the status quo and recognizing it as a hate crime would make a lot of people (men) uncomfortable and men being uncomfortable is the greatest crime against humanity that is humanly possible.
Have you ever called the cops for any reason? They are beyond useless at BEST, they will actively harm, rape, stalk, or kill you at worst.
You expect these woman-beating racist murderers to arrest anyone over rape, never mind as a hate crime? Rape is barely a crime at all. The majority of rapists will never see any consequences.
Can’t have a hate crime when the victim isn’t counted as human.´
But if a TIM gets raped by a man, it's a hate crime.
Go fucking figure.
Or a woman refuses to fuck a TIM, that’s a hate crime too in their lexicon.
I have often asked this question and never can seem to get a coherent answer.
If a white dude waits outside a bar for a black person to come out so he can beat them up...that's a hate crime.
But if a dude waits outside a bar for a women to come out so he can rape her...the cops will blame her for drinking and ask what she was wearing.
Men hate us and no one gives a shit.