Affluenza striketh again.
University of Rape.
“Ohhhhh they’re compensated...” Jeff says with a wink. “But really, I was trying to figure out a way to make money like our fearless leader Trump. I didn’t want to be a loser. So I thought a good business idea should combine all the things you love. And I love freedom,” he say sweating. “And I love little girls.… Read more
Women will complain about anything these days. It’s like, if you don’t want to have your face ejaculated on, don’t injure your shoulder...seems pretty simple to me.
YES. I call this “rape by attrition.” There are men who’ve learned they can force women—or anyone—to do whatever they want, simply by being relentlessly persistent. They’re like predators who wound their prey and follow it until it succumbs to exhaustion and blood loss. These fuckers have made passive-aggression work… Read more
... It’s generally a bad idea to blame victims for using whatever coping mechanisms they have available to them. Lots of people cope with the trauma of rape by trying to redefine it as consensual. Ending a friendship over that is a little bit like being mad at someone who’s drowning for splashing too much.
As a wife it makes me sad and disgusted that wives go through this. There have been times when I’m not into it and my husband wants to so he finds ways to turn me on. He doesn’t beg. He doesn’t just go ahead and does it. He tries to turn me on and he’s often successful and when he’s not he understands. Am I naive to… Read more
“Letting” an adult do something is weird. It does sound like a power imbalance.
Random question: how do you feel about people who say their significant other “let” them do something? I’ve noticed an uptick of people around me saying it lately and it makes me so deeply uncomfortable. I know not to say anything but squick! Like every time I’ve heard it it sounds like such an imbalance of power and… Read more