A woman protests ...
In your article The Truth About The Rape,
you claim that 94% of rapes reported to the police are false. The main piece of
'evidence' you use to back this up is that only 6 out of 100 accusations of rape
made to the police result in a conviction.
Does this mean that the other 94% are false?
In my opinion, NO.
I agree, but that 94% is
pretty good evidence. Indeed, it is the very BEST evidence that we can get. We
are not mind readers. When ALL the investigations are done, 94% result in no
Where is the strong evidence to suggest that these 94% SHOULD
have been convicted? Well, there isn't any.
we know that women
lie about their real attitudes towards sex
Furthermore, when it comes to
the usual questionnaire research about such matters, we know that women lie
about their real attitudes towards sex, about their own sexuality and about
their own experiences; e.g.
Woman Never Lie
Unless a woman is raped and IMMEDIATELY after
being raped, without showering or changing her clothes, goes to a hospital, and
has a rape kit done, she can't prove she was raped.
In MOST cases, there is no
dispute by the alleged perpetrator that sex took place. The dispute is about the
**manner** of the sex. In other words, the presence of sperm is somewhat
irrelevant in MOST cases.
Most rapes are not violent - they don't leave
visible injuries. It's enough for the man to scare the woman, or to hold her
down, or to threaten her - unless she's struggling a lot or he's sadistic, he
doesn't usually beat her up. And in most cases of rape, the woman doesn't go to
the police immediately (if at all). She's in shock. Reporting it - and having to
be naked in front of a bunch of doctors as they perform invasive tests on her -
is the LAST thing she wants.
When I was fifteen, I was raped by a stranger
in my town. I was hitchhiking (it's very common where I live, and considered
safe if it's within the town), he picked me up, flirted with me, then announced
he 'wanted' me, drove to a secluded area and raped me.
Immediately afterwards I showered - washing
away all the physical evidence. Only two weeks later did I go to the police. He
was not even arrested, let alone convicted. But that doesn't mean I wasn't raped
- only that there wasn't enough evidence.
Aha. I see. So you reckon that
men should be prosecuted and imprisoned solely on the uncorroborated say-so of a
woman; e.g. you.
Well. I would have no sympathy at all
for this point of view. In most cases, this would simply result in far more
innocent men going to prison. And there have already been far too
many innocent men jailed as a result of bogus rape allegations.
... "Research indicates that 25% to 30% of
male college students in the United States and Canada admit that there is some
likelihood they would rape a woman if they could get away with it."
"In the first study of males'
self-reported likelihood to rape that was conducted at the University of
California at Los Angeles, the word rape was not used; instead, an account of
rape was read to the male subjects, of whom 53% said there was
some likelihood that they would behave in the same fashion as the man described
in the story ...
presumably, conclude that women encourage rape and yearn for it
The most popular sexual
fantasy among women is ... yes, you've guessed it ... RAPE! (e.g. see my piece Women
Love Manga). As such, one could, presumably, conclude that women encourage
rape and yearn for it. Indeed, we could actually conclude that rape is fun for
But what people say
they would want, or would do, is usually very different from what they would
undertake in reality.
If such a high percentage of men admit that they
would rape a woman if they knew they wouldn't be caught... then why is it not
likely that 1/4 women are sexually abused at some point?
Because fantasy and reality
I repeat; one could conclude
from women's fantasies that millions of women would love to be raped.
But you can conclude nothing of
value from piffling simplistic questionnaires - especially when they relate to
Furthermore, men have loads of fantasies to
do with overpowering women and having their wicked ways with them. And the
rubbish research that you quoted above has simply tapped into these fantasies
and twisted them into some male-bashing propaganda.
Men are simply being honest
and saying, Yes, I could see myself enjoying/doing that.
if those oily
researchers had bothered to ask women
But if those oily researchers
had bothered to ask women
about the very same situations then they would have found that many women felt
exactly the same way as the men. In other words, they would like the idea
of being raped.
(But, of course, the
never have dared to publish such results, because to do so would end their
Another problem I had with your site was your
article Women are Sometimes Responsible for What Happens in Cases of Rape. [the
Are you talking about fault... or
If a woman goes to a party wearing a very
short skirt and flirting with everyone, then goes with a man to a secluded area
and makes out with him, and he rapes her... it's quite possible she could've
prevented that. She put herself in an unsafe position.
But does she deserve to be rebuked? She was
raped... is being raped not 'punishment' enough for her behavior? Did she
somehow FORCE the man to rape her? No - HE chose to rape her.
You are purposefully
oversimplifying the typical 'rape' situation. Nevertheless, my point in that
article was that if women behave stupidly, then they deserve less sympathy
should something untoward happen. And if, for example, they wander about the
place showing off all their bits then they should not be too surprised to find
that some mentally dysfunctional male might respond to them. And the fact that
women know that such unhappy events are more likely to occur if
they are sexually provocative then the fact that they carry on regardless
suggests that they are not very concerned about such events. That
is the message that they are sending out.
women seem to argue
that even the most trivial of 'assaults' - no matter how gentle - is the
equivalent of death!
As such, the law should
reflect this lesser concern - this message - when deciding what level of
negative impact any assault might have had, AND when deciding any
punishment. As it is, women seem to argue that even the most trivial of
'assaults' - no matter how gentle - is the equivalent of death! And, further,
that this is true for every woman in every circumstance.
This is blatantly
And are you telling me that
when, for example, a woman sits with her 'legs apart' it makes no difference to
her 'message' whether she is wearing a short skirt and thongs - or nothing at
all underneath her skirt - or a pair of
In other words, you would
agree that her clothing might colour her message. Well, if this is the case,
then her clothing is 'relevant'.
If a man wanders alone into a dangerous area
where gangs are known to operate, and is brutally beaten... should he be told
it's his fault because he shouldn't have been acting so unsafely?
If a man knows that he is doing something
that is likely to lead to an unhappy circumstance, then he deserves less
sympathy should that unhappy circumstance arise.
People must bear some
responsibility for the outcomes of their actions. This is the only
way in which the world can operate properly.
Indeed, insurance companies
will not insure your goods if you do not take proper care to secure them.
It is all a question of
Many women, however, seem
to wish to take no responsibility for their behaviours.
Many women, however, seem to
wish to take no responsibility for their behaviours. They seem to think that
they should be able to flaunt their sexuality all over the place - in order to
incite men - and then they think that they have the right to claim that they are
victims when some
men respond to them in a manner which is absolutely consistent with the message
that they, themselves, have been sending out.
In my view, women who set out
to entice men sexually bear more responsibility for sexual assaults against them
than do women who do not set out to entice men sexually. And this should be
reflected in the law.
Why should a woman NOT have the right to wear
what she pleases?
I tell you what; try wearing a
Nazi helmet whenever you go out. See if other women agree with your right to
wear what you want.
Furthermore, since you are
soooooooo concerned about rape, should you not be advising women to dress more
carefully, rather than promoting the very opposite?
Why are you suggesting that
women should wear what they please if you are so concerned about rape? Sounds to
me like you are not concerned at all.
Are men such animals that if they see a woman
dressed provocatively, they'll have no choice but to rape her?
That is a stupid question. And
Are women such sluts that they
think that they are entitled to foist their sexuality on to every passing member
of the public?
Are women such sluts that they
think that they are entitled to foist their sexuality on to every passing member
of the public?
Are women so mind-boggling
stupid that they cannot see that flagrantly enticing men sexually might bring
What makes women think that
they have the right to overtly sexually stimulate men who happen to be in the
vicinity whereas if men did a similar thing in response - perhaps
with their hands - they could be prosecuted?
When women stick out their
sexual organs uninvited into men's vision then this is not much different from
men sticking out their hands uninvited for a grope.
Men see things differently from women when it
comes to sex. The visual areas in the brains of men seem to produce
more arousal in response to the visual stimuli arising from women than do
women's in response to those of men.
And I think that women should do men the courtesy of
recognising this instead of flagrantly and uncaringly pushing the buttons
of the many men who are in their vicinity.
do not have the right to wind me up sexually at your
Let me put it this way. You do
not have the right to wind me up sexually at your convenience - particularly so
if I would get into trouble for responding even marginally to your
enticement; i.e. to what I might see as your 'request'.
Are men unable to merely look and enjoy the
view without having to have sex with her?
Another stupid question. And
Many men do not
enjoy the view. They do not like being sexually harassed. And my guess - and it
is only a guess - is that in some instances where strangers rape
provocatively-dressed women, they are doing so in order to teach them a lesson
of some sorts. They are saying, "Stop fu#cking around with my private and
personal emotions." They are saying, "I see. So you want to turn me on
without my permission, eh? Then let's see how you like it."
They are reacting with aggression, much
as a woman might do if a stranger was to reach out and grope her.
My guess is that these men also do
not like being taunted and provoked. They do not like 'sluts' continually
dangling their juicy bits in front of them and saying, "But you can't have
them," any more than you would like men dangling $10,000 bills in front of
your nose wherever you go and saying, "Sorry, Honey, you're just not good
looking enough for this kind of money."
Indeed, many men that I know
are angered by the way in which women purposely provoke them by their clothing.
They do not want unattainable sexually-provocative women stuck in their
faces uninvited. And they feel offended by women who do such things.
is it only women who can be offended in today's society?
Or is it only women
who can be offended in today's society?
Are men not permitted to feel
Besides which, I know many women
who do not appreciate the presence of sexually-provocative women in their midst.
Furthermore, we all
have to accept that in order to safeguard our liberties, we have to tolerate
many dysfunctional and/or unstable beings in our society, as well as those who
are temporarily 'unbalanced' - for one reason or another. The alternative, in
practice, is truly horrible. And, of course, some 20% of males have very low
IQs. As such, I think that women are - as seems typical these days - being
incredibly selfish if they believe that they are entitled to swirl up the
passions of whomsoever they wish and then escape all
responsibility for any negative consequences that might arise from ending up
with the wrong kind of attention.
In a nutshell: People who go
out of their way to provoke "an attack" are less deserving - should an
attack materialise - than those who do not.
Most people would agree with
But western women see
themselves as so superior that they think they should be above such things. And
they think that they should be able to provoke men - all men - as
much as they like - and then take no responsibility.
(And this is true not just in
the area of sex. It is true in many other areas.)
But their own behaviour must
be taken into account when considering all the ins and outs of whatever happens.
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