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absurdsandwich
Jan 4 2016
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Hey I respect where you’re coming from and thank you for your effort to prevent rape. It’s true that most rape victims (not “women”—actual rape victims) don’t go to the police. Why don’t they? What can we do to make it so that they can? And alongside that effort, we can work on preventing rape in the first place by Read more

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A first time rape offender doesn’t need to turn himself in. He needs to find God, repent, and spend the rest of his life in psychotherapy aimed at preventing him raping. Read more

Jan 4 2016
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Dude, no. You will never be wrong just because you’re a guy. The truth is, you too could be a rape victim. Read more

Jan 4 2016
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Hey I hear what you’re saying. But those of is who “have been in this situation” really NEED curious and open-minded people who “have not been in this situation” to work with us on reform. We can’t alienate them by saying they’ll never get it until they are raped. “Getting it” isn’t divine inspiration. I really think Read more

Jan 4 2016
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Yes, unfortunately many people disregard their responsibility to be civilized beings and commit rape. Doesn’t seem likely to stop happening any time soon, but it could and I believe will get better. Read more

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I love what you said and how you wrote it, and completely agree! I just would love to go one step farther, if you could. Read more

Jan 4 2016
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I know it’s trippy to think about, but dude: people making arguments like you are now are the reason rape victims don’t always go to the cops. I’m sorry. I know you get it and are fighting alongside the very people arguing with you. I think you should rethink your strategy in the good fight.

Jan 4 2016
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This wasn’t drive by. She knows the guy, well (“ex-boyfriend”). She doesn’t have to go straight to the nearest police station in order to “catch” him. This is domestic violence. It doesn’t work that way.