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#513 - thedutchs (01/09/2013) [-]
I suggest you try...

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User avatar #512 - gibroner (01/09/2013) [-]
sure I've got a few minutes
#511 - gorden (01/09/2013) [-]
its not rape if i have a boner
#506 - carlsagouin (01/09/2013) [-]
Well, I would like it. Do it, pussy !
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User avatar #618 to #498 - TheLoneWanderer (01/09/2013) [-]
I don't know who you are, I don't know what you want. If you are looking for ransom I can tell you I don't have money. But what I do have are a particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a very long career, skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you let my daughter go now that'll be the end of it, I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don't, I will look for you, I will find you and I will kill you.
#490 - germanperv (01/09/2013) [-]
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User avatar #477 - hardcoreman (01/09/2013) [-]
These girls seem like the girls that would get drunk have sex with a guy, then later that day would regret what they did, and claim that the man raped her, and would ruin a guys life
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#475 - chupiter (01/09/2013) [-]
I was also here. My feet are wet, that is why they seem so blurry.
#474 - HordeyWordey (01/09/2013) [-]
You can't rape the willing, darling
#485 to #474 - anonymous (01/09/2013) [-]
you can't rape the darling, willie
#472 - mrblacksmoke (01/09/2013) [-]
You can't rape the willing.
You can't rape the willing.
#462 - Griffinwish (01/09/2013) [-]
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mfw i get raped by her
#457 - ninjastarthrow (01/09/2013) [-]
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#454 - tippidyt ONLINE (01/09/2013) [-]
Oh noes!
#643 to #454 - daggis (01/09/2013) [-]
Here, bro. Take some more. This is actually me, I **** you not.
#645 to #643 - daggis (01/09/2013) [-]
Take this, too.
#646 to #645 - daggis (01/09/2013) [-]
After some searching I found the last one of me in this set.
#451 - holololland (01/09/2013) [-]
try me
User avatar #442 - imnotanewuser (01/09/2013) [-]
Genghis Khan
#441 - futtef (01/09/2013) [-]
Actually quite a lot.
#504 to #441 - eggmans (01/09/2013) [-]
what if she used a strap-on?
#510 to #504 - carlsagouin (01/09/2013) [-]
I would moan and call her "Mistress"
Either that'd become incredibly hot or she would leave me alone. Then I would rape her.
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#448 to #444 - futtef (01/09/2013) [-]
tell that to everybody who's ******** his pants about rape in here
User avatar #434 - kinglobster (01/09/2013) [-]
User avatar #432 - crazypotato (01/09/2013) [-]
Look, you don't walk through the ghetto waving your wallet in the air and expect not to get mugged.

It would be nice to live in a world where women don't have to worry about being raped, but we don't. Therefore, it's necessary to take some basic precautions (such as "dress tactfully" and "don't walk alone at night").

INB4 some retard tells me that I'm blaming the victim.
User avatar #445 to #432 - SniperKitty (01/09/2013) [-]
I hate that argument, it means you believe men have no self control at all and can't help but rape anything they see in clothing they deem sexual. All the "dress appropriately" argument does is make men look like out of control sex fiends which they aren't and it's a very sad argument for the male gender.
#468 to #445 - anonymous (01/09/2013) [-]
Just because you put your seatbelt on when you get in the car doesn't mean you expect the driver to crash it, otherwise you'd be a complete idiot to get in the first place. It's just an extra, often redundant precaution.
Similarly, it's true that 99% of men CAN control themselves, but it only takes one to ruin your entire life. That's all (I think/hope) crazypotato meant.
User avatar #478 to #468 - SniperKitty (01/09/2013) [-]
People have the ability to rationalize and reason with themselves and their bodies. A car crash is sometimes unavoidable, but your own inability to control yourself is nobody's fault but your own. Not that of the person because they are wearing clothing that you can't control yourself around. Nobody needs to censor themselves for an individuals lack of self control. A car crash has nothing to do with self control, you're operating an entire different entity when you're in a car, that's not the case with a rapist.
#481 to #478 - anonymous (01/09/2013) [-]
People can control themselves and not mug you, yet people still do it and we know they do it so if we dont want to be a victim like the first person said you can go to lengths to be safe and AVOID it.
User avatar #489 to #481 - SniperKitty (01/09/2013) [-]
Muggings happen for a variety of different reasons, mostly money, which is needed in today's society just to survive. They know it's wrong, but in the face of starvation or loosing your home, some people don't know where else to turn. Raping someone doesn't provide any benefits to preserving your life so comparing the two doesn't make since either, it's very easy to say "okay this hurts someone else and it's wrong" it's harder when hurting someone means you get to eat that night or robbing someone means you can sell whatever to keep a roof over your head. In no way is it right, but when push comes to shove and you need to survive people do what they have to, and raping isn't a means of preserving your life.

I never said you should not avoid rape. I said you shouldn't censor yourself because someone can't control themselves. It's like saying gays shouldn't be gay in public for the off chance they might get beaten up. It gives an excuse to the attacker and a blame for the victim when the truth is that everyone has the ability to be rational and reasonable and be able to control themselves. You should be cautious when drinking or when you're with a group of men you do'n't know, but to say a woman's dress is the reason she gets raped is silly and it only makes men look like uncontrollable sex fiends which you and I both know they are not.
#505 to #489 - eggmans (01/09/2013) [-]
that is kinda like saying a psychopath should controll him self, the rapist cant controll it therfor we have rape, most of them get turned on by it so they wouldn't give a damn about what happens to the woman
User avatar #471 to #468 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
User avatar #458 to #445 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
I don't think that's his point. As a matter of fact, it's very obvious that's not his point, because it's obviously a completely invalid point. His point is that there ARE out-of-control sex fiends out there, which is undeniable.
User avatar #482 to #458 - SniperKitty (01/09/2013) [-]
Okay the point still stands someone shouldn't censor themselves because someone else doesn't have self control. Animals are naked all the time, and rape happens within different species. The point isn't clothing, it's self control, you can't tell someone to stop wearing something because someone else can't reach down into their basic human nature to control themselves. We have the ability to rationalize and reason between right from wrong for a reason. I never denied there were people out there that don't have self control, but to put a dress code on women because there are a few men out there that can't manage an once of control over their bodies is just saying that no man can control himself so because men are terrible creatures women have to do something because men won't. It's like making you wear a cup wherever you go because some women kick men in the balls, now you all have to wear cups. It's silly to change yourself because a human being can't be a human being.
User avatar #507 to #482 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
>implying humans don't have animalistic urges
>implying anybody said anything about a dress code

I, personally, didn't say a damn thing about a dress code. I don't give a **** about how women dress. I'm only saying that if they want to protect themselves, then their clothing is a good place to start. It's up to them to do it, though.
User avatar #688 to #507 - SniperKitty (01/10/2013) [-]
(such as "dress tactfully" and "don't walk alone at night")

Please read your own comment. And yes we have animalistic urges I never denied that, but we are evolved beyond that and we have the ability to rationalize and reason to know right from wrong. Simple as that. You have the control over if you rape or not, that shouldn't be in the hands of women "dressing tactfully", that's all on the individual thinking of rape.
User avatar #690 to #688 - snaresinger (01/10/2013) [-]
See the problem here is that you're still working on the assumption that I want to make women wear certain clothes. I will restate: I don't care how women dress, but if you'll take one second to stop being foolishly utopian and try to be a bit pragmatic, you'll accept the fact that we do live in a world in which there are sick predators. Once you've accepted that fact, you'll understand why I'm suggesting that women take precautions to be safe.
User avatar #691 to #690 - SniperKitty (01/10/2013) [-]
If you've ever read anything about serial rapists (because most real rapists are repeat offenders) you would understand what rapists look for and how to really protect yourself. None have to do with your clothing, a skirt vs jeans but that's about how far it goes. They look for easy access, pony tails, no cell phone, no purse or large object they could use, if they are talking on a cell phone, eye contact is huge. If you are ever in doubt make eye contact, when you read about serial rapists in jail they always say they don't go after the women who make eye contact. It's not about clothes at all, maybe it's about clothes in a bar scene but when you go to a bar you're supposed to be aware that you and everyone else won't be in a self controlling state of mind. That has nothing to do with your clothing, that has to do with being self aware of what's going on around you and knowing that you're in a situation where rape might happen. It has nothing to do with "dressing tactfully". To say that dress is the reason men rape is false on every level, and it just makes you all out to seem like uncontrollable sex fiends. The true rapists don't care much about what you wear, it's about how easily they can get you down, and if you're in a club or with a group of unknown guys being aware of what's going on is what protects you, not dressing like a nun.
User avatar #696 to #691 - snaresinger (01/10/2013) [-]
IN ADDITION, you acknowledge the fact that there are, in fact, situations in which clothing might be a factor, but you completely dismiss them. You can't just do that. Date rape is a thing that happens. Stop pretending it doesn't, and stop saying I'm wrong for wanting to protect women from it.
User avatar #698 to #696 - SniperKitty (01/10/2013) [-]
And date rape could be prevented if you remained aware of your surroundings because you know you're in a situation that that might happen. Your clothing has nothing to do with date rape, that's a case of being aware because you know what could happen.
User avatar #700 to #698 - snaresinger (01/10/2013) [-]
That's just fallacious. Has nothing to do with it? Really? Use some common sense.
User avatar #695 to #691 - snaresinger (01/10/2013) [-]
I mean, all those tips you're giving are perfectly valid, but just earlier, you were acting like I was completely wrong for even implying that women should take precautions against rapists. Now you're listing your own precautions?! The hypocrisy is jaw-dropping.
User avatar #697 to #695 - SniperKitty (01/10/2013) [-]
Your option was to and I will quote you again since you can't read your own comment. "dress tactfully".

My options to protect against rape had nothing to do with changing how you want to appear to other people. It was about things you can do, instead of having to change who you are and what you like to wear. It's about not censoring yourself for the sake of other people. There are things you can do without completely changing what you want to wear, if people can't control themselves because of what you wear that's their fault not yours. That's just giving an excuse to rapists and shaming the victim. There are things you can do to keep yourself aware of surroundings that doesn't completely strip you of your identity though.

But I see you're getting emotional and upset so the conversation is ending here. I'm not in here to argue with you, your statement was about and I will quote you again "dress tactfully". I just explained how that argument makes men look bad and it's wrong to do that.
User avatar #701 to #697 - snaresinger (01/10/2013) [-]
Also, it's not for the sake of other people. I will repeat, once again: I don't care how women dress. I'm suggesting ways to keep themselves safe. I don't see how you're possibly being offended by that, unless you're some sort of rape advocate.
User avatar #699 to #697 - snaresinger (01/10/2013) [-]
... Please read the name of the person who made the "dress tactfully" comment.

Please read my name.

Next, please learn to debate properly. Protip: Ending a debate on your own terms is a very childish thing to do, and not allowed in public debate.
User avatar #694 to #691 - snaresinger (01/10/2013) [-]
Also, and I can't stress this enough, I never said anything about dressing like a nun. You sound like a moron, yammering away about some imaginary dress code. Stop accusing me of something I didn't say.
User avatar #693 to #691 - snaresinger (01/10/2013) [-]
1) I don't know exactly what you mean by "true rapists." It just makes you sound uninformed.
2) Good job quoting the police guide for sexual self-defense word-for-word! I, myself, have dealt with the police on numerous occasions, including right now, as I am pressing charges against a man who assaulted me.
3) Repeating your message over and over doesn't make you sound any smarter.
4) So, how many girlfriends/best friends of yours have been raped? My count is at 1 and 4. I know what the **** I'm talking about.
#449 to #445 - anonymoose (01/09/2013) [-]
I'm an out of control sex fiend.
I'm an out of control sex fiend.
User avatar #453 to #449 - SniperKitty (01/09/2013) [-]
And you as one person don't represent the whole male gender. So for women to call all men rapists or jerks is wrong just as it's wrong to claim men have no self control or self respect so women have to make up for that by dressing however the male gender deems it appropriate. We both know better.
#455 to #453 - anonymoose (01/09/2013) [-]
You act like women are our equals.
User avatar #479 to #455 - SniperKitty (01/09/2013) [-]
We are humans first, our sex, race, country, and heritage all come after that. You are born knowing you're a human, needing the love and contact of other humans for survival, everything else about you is learned. So yes, everyone should be an equal because everyone is human before anything else. You can't make distinction of male and female until later, you don't associate with a certain race until you learn that society has put you there. We are born equals, society makes us believe we can't be.
User avatar #537 to #479 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
That's actually not how developmental psychology works at all. Good job pulling some ******** out of your mouth. Can you tell me the source of this assumed information?
User avatar #480 to #479 - anonymoose (01/09/2013) [-]
Why does our race come before sex? They're both originally there in our conception and are both defined by our genes.
User avatar #492 to #480 - SniperKitty (01/09/2013) [-]
Sex and race are learned. We see a human as an infant and know it's a human, it's instinct. My son probably still doesn't know he's a boy and I'm a girl and the difference between the two. My son doesn't know that my neighbor is black and we aren't. He sees a human and knows it's a human, so we are all equals in the beginning. It's learning about our sex, it's learning about our race, culture, country, and everything else that causes us to believe we aren't equals. But naturally we are born equals, you require human touch as a baby or you die, you know what a human is before anything else, an infant knows the mother by it's scent before it ever knows that it is it's mother. Everything past being human is all learned, the fact that males and females have been in constant battle for what seems like the beginning of human existence is something learned. Hatred and inequality is always learned, it's not a natural state of being.
User avatar #540 to #492 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
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Not true, good madame. Check out entry #5 (which, by the way, is fully cited).
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User avatar #499 to #492 - anonymoose (01/09/2013) [-]
A child also treats a dog as its equal. You haven't answered my question, you just waffled around it.
User avatar #689 to #499 - SniperKitty (01/10/2013) [-]
I don't understand your question then I'm sorry. Newborns know humans before they know what a dog is, before they know what male and female is or black and white. I really don't understand what you're getting at, I answered your question. We are human before we know anything else about ourselves, we are born equal.
User avatar #703 to #689 - anonymoose (01/10/2013) [-]
You said the reason race gender etc. is unimportant is because a small child doesn't see the difference [I'm assuming you say that because they treat them all the same] but a newborn also treats animals the same as humans.

We are ANIMALS before we know anything else about ourselves, born equal to rats dogs and cats. A child sees a dog and doesn't see "dog" it sees "living thing". It may see that the dog is different much the same as it sees the skin colour of the black person or the vagina of the woman is different. Tell me, do you treat a dog as your equal? If not, you really have no argument. Your selective in how you see equals, which isn't true equality.
User avatar #705 to #703 - SniperKitty (01/10/2013) [-]
You don't have a child do you? When a baby is a newborn it doesn't even acknowledge animals. It only wants to eat sleep and poop and it knows that humans are changing it caring for it and feeding it. Then it becomes mommy or daddy are doing this for me, by the time they are actually awake and looking around and able to notice other creatures they know it's not a human. They treat animals like equals because they haven't learned that we don't treat them that way in society (or that you do treat them as equals depending on your culture). And yes I do treat animals as equals I'm a Buddhists, a vegetarian, and a vet tech lmao. I believe all things are connected and equal, we all play an important role, just because we have abilities beyond other creatures doesn't mean the other creatures don't want to live long happy lives just like I do.
User avatar #707 to #705 - anonymoose (01/10/2013) [-]
A Buddhist Vegetarian, that explains EVERYTHING.
User avatar #709 to #707 - SniperKitty (01/10/2013) [-]
I didn't have my choice of being a vegetarian, but when I had to change my eating I educated myself on where our food comes from. I still eat meat occasionally when it's from one of the local farms around here where I know how the animals are treated, but I have an illness that my doctors couldn't fix so I decided to fix it myself and my method works while thousands of dollars later my doctors still weren't solving the problem. But my eating changes weren't because of animal cruelty, that pulled on my heartstrings later when I was doing more research, I still enjoy my meat when I know where it comes from (I do regret it after though). But I don't see how the way I live my life explains anything other than my respect for all living things, if that's what you mean then yes, that explains why I respect and feel all things are just as important as myself.
User avatar #483 to #480 - anonymoose (01/09/2013) [-]
sorry, why does our species*
#439 to #432 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
Nope. Not at all. I've had more loved ones sexually assaulted or raped than I care to remember, so you'd think I'd be the exact opposite, but no, I agree 100%, there is a certain point at which the victim does, in fact, share fault. Does that make it okay? No. That's not my point. If she didn't do everything in her power to stop it, or prevent it from happening in the first place (like not dressing like a whore), then it is partially her fault.
Nope. Not at all. I've had more loved ones sexually assaulted or raped than I care to remember, so you'd think I'd be the exact opposite, but no, I agree 100%, there is a certain point at which the victim does, in fact, share fault. Does that make it okay? No. That's not my point. If she didn't do everything in her power to stop it, or prevent it from happening in the first place (like not dressing like a whore), then it is partially her fault.
User avatar #452 to #439 - vrthbvyfa (01/09/2013) [-]
I don't agree with that, rape is rape and consentual sex is consentual, at times there is ambiguity however this is only when drugs or complicated relationships are taken into account.
User avatar #459 to #452 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
Also, you've completely missed my point. I'm not talking about ambiguity over whether or not it was consensual. Read my damn message. I'm talking about whether or not she shared fault in a very terrible event.
User avatar #456 to #452 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
That's actually complete ******** . If a chick gets drunk, it's her doing. Her fault for not taking precautions. And don't tell me any ******** about "complicated relationships." How bout this-- if your girlfriend ever gets raped by her ex-boyfriend after a "complicated relationship," THEN you'll know what I've experienced, and you can come back here and talk to me.
User avatar #465 to #456 - vrthbvyfa (01/09/2013) [-]
Why is it her fault, let's say YOU see a girl passed out on the street, she looks like a slut so YOU decide to rape her. She was vulnerable but YOU were the one who raped her. If we take YOU out of the equation she doesn't get raped.

While we are at it let's all get guns because it is your fault if you get murdered by a COMPLETE stranger.

Caps are for emphasis on certain words so you understand better the situation.
#484 to #465 - anonymous (01/09/2013) [-]
People are killed by sharks every year, yet people still go swimming in shark infested waters, so whos really at fault the shark who is hunting to survive,A NATURAL INSTINCT, or the person who is either stupid enough to not know the risks or disregards the risks and puts themselves in the situation
User avatar #502 to #484 - vrthbvyfa (01/09/2013) [-]
Sharks rarely attack humans, when they do it is often accidental or out of desperation for survival, sharks are not humans, sharks are predators who need to consume flesh.

Sharks are to blame for the deaths of people who are eaten by sharks though, just as humans are often to blame for the deaths of sharks in their poaching for shark fins, the difference is that the humans doing this are doing it for wealth, not survival.
User avatar #469 to #465 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
I wouldn't do that. But there are men out there who would, and everyone knows this. It's very common knowledge. And if you go out drinking without taking precautions against the obvious fact that there are pervs in the world, then you're partially at fault. Like OP said, you don't wave around money in the hood and expect to not get mugged. This is an obvious fact.

Guns, on the other hand, have nothing to do with the situation. That's a completely different issue, and it doesn't apply here at all in the context you stated. Don't change the subject.
#494 to #469 - vrthbvyfa (01/09/2013) [-]
I was just extending your own logic to guns.

You are still saying that the victim is at fault for being in the position of a victim, which is horrible regardless of whether you would rape an exposed woman or not, I say rape will always be the rapists fault, people who blame women (or even men when the circumstances are reversed) are just looking for excuses. Ultimately it boils down to whether we should have laws that deter everyone from forcing sex on anyone or we could just protect ourselves from rape.

Live in a world with no rape or live in a world where you could get raped if you don't take precautions and abide by society's rules. Your argument is exactly the same as the argument of many of the middle eastern men who rape women for showing skin or not wearing the correct clothing.
User avatar #509 to #494 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
I'm not making an argument. I'm stating a good way for women to protect themselves. No offense, I'm sure you're a very smart person, but you're acting like an idiot. You're not listening to what I'm saying, and you're putting words in my mouth.
User avatar #521 to #509 - vrthbvyfa (01/09/2013) [-]
All you are saying is comply or get raped. I'll tell you how to not get raped: completely destory yourself, blow yourself up completely and no one will rape you.

women know how to reduce the chances of getting raped to nearly zero, just as those of us who don't play in the water have low chances of getting eaten by sharks. But you are losing something to reduce the risk bad things.

Some clothes reduce the appeal of women and some increase the appeal of women
I don't want women to be forced into unattractive clothes because of rapists.
I don't want to live in a world where people have to protect themselves.

User avatar #535 to #521 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
When did I ever say "comply or get raped?" When did I ever say anything like that? Idiot.
User avatar #533 to #521 - snaresinger (01/09/2013) [-]
I don't want that either, but unfortunately, that IS the world in which we live.

Stop denying things like a ******* idiot living under a rock.

Stop putting words in my mouth like a ******* asshole.

Stop blaming me for the world's problems. I'm just trying to protect women.
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