Rape Culture. Because this picture is going to piss off a lot of people. Being politcalhumor, I felt this is a necessity. Other than that I edited out the bras/ Rape women Men man Mom Raped culture society FEMINISM manism
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Rape Culture

Rape Culture. Because this picture is going to piss off a lot of people. Being politcalhumor, I felt this is a necessity. Other than that I edited out the bras/

Because this picture is going to piss off a lot of people. Being politcalhumor, I felt this is a necessity. Other than that I edited out the bras/bra straps/curves of the waists/anything that could be remotely pornographic because admin likes to give out bans for that **** .

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User avatar #2 - charagrin (05/15/2014) [+] (20 replies)
I both agree and disagree. On the one hand, the victim can not be blamed for the actions of his/her abuser, but on the other hand sometimes the victims own judgement lead to the inevitable conclusion. Maybe DON'T go down that dark alleyway at 3 in the morning. Maybe DON'T go to that frat party and drink so much you can't control your own body.

You have the right to poke the bear, but you don't get to whine when the bear bites you.

TLDR:The victim is always blameless, but not always innocent.
User avatar #33 - touriopalfreyman (05/15/2014) [+] (113 replies)
Male feminist here, I understand that while rapists and muggers exist, there is no scenario in which their actions are justified. If I was wearing a suit and carrying bags of money, it is no more legal for me to be mugged than it is for you to mug a homeless person. Both are illegal actions and while that may have not been a wise action to dress that way, it was still my right to do so. The same as it is these women's (or a man's) right to dress however the hell they want and not be assaulted or harassed because of it. Just because in your opinion they are being overly sexual does not excuse a criminal's actions.
#34 to #33 - eating ONLINE (05/15/2014) [-]
"male feminist here"
"male feminist here"
#75 - mrturferpop (05/15/2014) [+] (2 replies)
Wasn't asking for it.
#73 - pokimone (05/15/2014) [+] (8 replies)
If a guy rapes a woman just because shes wearing less clothes hes an animal, we arn't ablah blah blah blah blah. YES, We know. Literally no one here is a rapist Well, I god damn hope not , we're all aware that you shouldn't attack a woman due to her clothes, and we're all aware that we have more control over ourselves than that. The fact of the matter though, is that even if its the minority, there are people out there who don't bother to control themselves, or who have this need to feel power over another person. To ignore this fact is stupid. If you go outside nude, chances are, you're going to either be arrested, harrassed, or yes, even raped. I'm not saying women can't wear what they want, but what I'm saying is that regardless of what someone is wearing, rape is more a power thing than anything else, but wearing less does put you at a higher risk. It has nothing to do with if she was asking for it or not, it has to do with the fact that it happened, regardless of whos fault it is. Women are just as good as men, and men are just as good as women, and both can wear what they want, but you should still wear clothes that are considered to be appropriate, regardless of gender. There are people out there who will attack someone because of what they are wearing, and there are people who attack someone either way, I'm not one of them, and theres a pretty good chance you arn't either, but those people exist. Don't ignore that.
User avatar #14 - fourtwentt ONLINE (05/15/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Im like 99.9% sure the purple haired one is a dude
#59 - anonymous (05/15/2014) [+] (5 replies)
You're all a bunch of misogynistic, anti-feminist, neck beard **** tards. **** you funnyjunk. Enjoy jacking off!
#77 to #59 - articulate (05/15/2014) [-]
Oh, I will.
Oh, I will.
#134 - myjeren (05/15/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Just because you advertise your wealth doesn't mean you were asking to be mugged (or are responsible).    
Just because you advertise your bigotry doesn't mean you were asking to be assaulted   
(or are responsible).   
Just because you advertise your body doesn't mean you were asking to be raped (or are responsible).
Just because you advertise your wealth doesn't mean you were asking to be mugged (or are responsible).
Just because you advertise your bigotry doesn't mean you were asking to be assaulted
(or are responsible).
Just because you advertise your body doesn't mean you were asking to be raped (or are responsible).
#224 - hybredmoon (05/15/2014) [+] (4 replies)
What we (normal men) are getting sick of is being lumped together with the psychotic few among us. It's getting to the point that we can't even make simple safety suggestions (Maybe painting yourself in latex and going to the recently released rapist rave is a not so good idea?) without being labeled as pushers of rape culture (by the way, rape culture is the STUPIDEST ******* phrase ever).

Yes, as a woman you should be able to dress any way you want and go anywhere you want without being afraid of getting raped. But you CAN'T. I should be able to wear my Armani suit and park my nice ass car for a little stroll through crack town at 3am without fear of being mugged. But I CAN'T. That's just the ******* world we live in.

#121 - hybridxproject (05/15/2014) [+] (3 replies)
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#136 - powerfapping (05/15/2014) [-]
You know, everyone here is talking about the rape thing. And most of the backlash is pretty reasonable. They certainly are not asking for rape, nobody is. What I do think, though, is they are asking for attention. When a girl wears shorts that show the bottom of her ass, she's asking to be noticed. I think the real problem here is girls dressing trashy, then getting offended when people eyeball them. That's unreasonable.

Surely though, they are never asking to be raped . But for attention? Yea, I'd say so.
User avatar #161 - theawesomestperson ONLINE (05/15/2014) [+] (34 replies)

I'm a girl. A busty girl. And do you know how hard it is for me to find clothes that aren't "provocative"? I try my best, I really do. But every shirt is tight, I can't wear blouses (unless they're several sizes too big) and most shirts fall down to show some cleavage. I do my best to pull it up as much as possible, but I'm only human. My cleavage isn't the most important thing in my life.

Summer has started, and I'm now trying to get shorts. GUYS, IT IS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND SHORTS THAT ADEQUATELY COVERS MY ASS. I do my best, but most of my shorts are on the short side.

Now, explain to me how I can effectively dress in the way that a rapist would not see as provocative?

I'm no femenazi, but this seriously pisses me off. A shirtless guy in the part doesn't provoke me to rape him, how can you argue the other way around?
User avatar #140 - pepemex (05/15/2014) [+] (6 replies)
Assuming she's 18 or older, where can I find more porn of the girl in the middle?
#146 to #143 - gandaalf (05/15/2014) [-]
EVERY girl has done porn
User avatar #10 - adu (05/15/2014) [+] (2 replies)
There's a difference between asking for it and provoking it. Common sense says not to provoke it, but they're right in the sense that nobody in this picture is asking for it, and they're ultimately not the ones to blame. The rapists are to blame, wholly and completely.

I could liken the behavior of sentient men capable of morality to the behavior of animals. "Don't poke the bear, don't put a steak in front of a hungry dog," etc. But this is nothing but an intellectually dishonest cop-out, because men are not animal. We're intelligent and capable of understand when what we're doing is wrong. That's why I'll never blame a victim of rape for any reason, no matter what they're wearing or aren't wearing. (Unless it literally says "rape me")
User avatar #252 - lolollo (05/16/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Rapists know they're breaking the law. The defense is never "I didn't know it was illegal." or "I didn't know it was rape." it's always "I didn't rape the bitch, she's lying."

You remedy the issue of people breaking legally ambiguous crimes, like when it's OK to carry a weapon somewhere or when to tell a cop to go to hell when he asks you to search your bag, by telling them they shouldn't do it. You remedy the issue of people blatantly breaking obvious laws, like rape and murder, by telling the victims how not to get raped and murdered.

This is because the people breaking legally ambiguous laws are doing so out of ignorance they're doing anything wrong, meaning the easiest way to avoid it is to establish "Hey, if you do this, you're breaking the law." The ones breaking obvious laws are doing so DESPITE it being against the law. They know it's illegal. Telling them to not do it because it's illegal is just going to tell them something they already know, and put into their decision to break that law anyway.

Honestly, telling someone to dress modestly, and watch out for their friends/selves is on par with telling people to lock their cars up at night and keep valuables from being in plain sight. No one's complaining about "Breaking into cars and stealing their valuables" culture. It'd be retarded.

Just as this "rape culture" **** is.
User avatar #303 - richardastley (05/16/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Except you can control your boner, greed, and rage. In all three cases, you can't blame the victim.
User avatar #379 - thesearentyourdads (05/16/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I see pictures like these and I remember how much I ******* hate this site sometimes. Guess what? The man in the second picture wasn't ******* asking for it. Was it a dumb thing to do? Hell yeah. But we're also making the statement that human beings have no responsibility to control themselves. So a guy sees a naked girl? Guess we can't ask him to NOT assault her, right? Nope, that'd just be too much work. We can't ask people NOT to mug the second guy! How dare we demand that people don't do horrible things! We spend so much time teaching people how NOT to get assaulted, but we spend no time teaching people how NOT to wind up assaulting others.
#329 - helenwheels (05/16/2014) [+] (7 replies)
Wearing an outfit that display's your wealth might increase your chances of getting mugged.
But it doesn't mean the person who mugged you should get out of prison or less prison time. They are a bad person who was willing to do it.
Same with negro sign.
#192 - haseotakaeda (05/15/2014) [+] (21 replies)
The idea that
"Instead of teaching girls how not to get raped, you need to teach men not to rape!"

Is like saying that instead of avoiding dark alleys or being out in the forest alone at 2 in the morning, and expecting not to get ******* murdered
Do you think we haven't tried to teach kids not to ******* kill people when they get older?

It happens. You're not going to make rape stop by playing victim, you can't teach a psycho not to rape, you need to learn how to minimize your risks because that's all you can do. That's the truth of the matter and you need to ****** deal with it.
#374 - mrgoodlove ONLINE (05/16/2014) [-]
The third one looks like a man and this model named Deloris
#63 - SrslyWtf (05/15/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Wow OP you need to just go back up to your attic room, shut your bead curtain and jack off into a sock and finish your pizza bites. If you're a civilized human you wouldn't mug, rape or assault anyone, even if 'they asked for it' its animal behavior
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