A Story About Rape

Story time:

A woman in college gets raped. At a party she gets a little drunk. She has a boyfriend, but still ends up alone in a room with a football player for whatever reason (she is, after all, drunk). She is raped. Real, true blue, begging to stop raped. The football player leaves. She has some minor bruises, but otherwise no marks.

She goes to the police and tells her story. The police investigate, question the guy, and find no grounds for arrest, because there is absolutely no evidence. Then they say, “we’re very, very sorry, but there’s absolutely no way we can arrest this guy – there just isn’t any evidence.. In the future, try not to be alone with a guy where nobody can hear you, especially when you’re drunk. It’ll help prevent things like this from happening”.

Feminazi Frieda hears the story and says, “See what happened? A woman was raped, and took it to the police. The police didn’t even arrest the guy, then blamed her for being alone with him! That’s victim shaming! This is why we have rape culture”.

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3 Responses to A Story About Rape

  1. BenYachov says:

    The Feminazi is right. They should bring the guy in for questioning. They should see if other young ladies have a similar story because if you are the sort of scumbag who likes to force yourself on women after they tell you point blank “no”, odds are there will be other victims.

    That having been said I don’t get why you can’t just say in a matter of fact manner to other young ladies if you are a woman who gets drunk with a bunch of strangers there is a real possibility someone will take advantage of you and you should look out.

    There are certain neighborhoods where I would not go carrying a large wad of money. Now if I am robbed it is 100% the fault of the robber. It’s not my fault per say. But there is no reason why it can’t be pointed out to other people that particular neighborhood is dangerous and it’s best not to carry a lot of cash.

    Ann Coulter once quipped you should warn young ladies not to get drunk at a frat party but you should also warn young men that the strippers you employ to take off their cloths for you might choose to claim falsely you gang rapped them when you didn’t. So don’t employ women whose career choice is taking off their garments for your entertainment for a living.

    Just some random thoughts.

    • The Feminazi is right. They should bring the guy in for questioning. They should see if other young ladies have a similar story because if you are the sort of scumbag who likes to force yourself on women after they tell you point blank “no”, odds are there will be other victims.

      I thought of that after the fact. I don’t think it changes my point much, but I think I’ll alter my post to reflect this. How about:

      “The police investigate, question the guy, and find no grounds for arrest, because there is absolutely no evidence. Then they say, “Sorry, but there’s absolutely no way we can arrest this guy and bring him to trial – there just isn’t any evidence.”

      The point still stands.

  2. DrewJ says:

    Who says she got raped? Her?

    Deuteronomy 19:15
    One witness shall not rise up against a man for any iniquity, or for any sin, in any sin that he sinneth: at the mouth of two witnesses, or at the mouth of three witnesses, shall the matter be established.

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