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#312 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
Obviously none of you understand the whole "My rapist doesn't know he's a rapist" part. This does not mean "I had sex with him, regretted it and yelled rape" It means that society taught him that it is not rape if she looks like she wants it. Society taught him that she was dressed like a whore, so she's free game.    
   
Imagine if someone raped your daughter. Would you really be all "You dressed like a slut, you deserved it, pay for your actions"
Obviously none of you understand the whole "My rapist doesn't know he's a rapist" part. This does not mean "I had sex with him, regretted it and yelled rape" It means that society taught him that it is not rape if she looks like she wants it. Society taught him that she was dressed like a whore, so she's free game.

Imagine if someone raped your daughter. Would you really be all "You dressed like a slut, you deserved it, pay for your actions"
User avatar #364 to #312 - bigboyblue (04/02/2012) [-]
Well parents should teach their daughters not to dress like sluts. Imagine if you went to a party, a girl was drinking, flirting with you, and showing as much skin to you as possible. You would probably imagine she wants your dick. And the fact that she went to a parking garage with him was a bad decision. If she stayed at the party with everyone else, she'd be fine. Hell, she could have invited her boyfriend, but instead she went to flirt with people. How is she NOT a slut?
User avatar #369 to #364 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
I was unaware that you could have sex with anyone as long as they are a slut.
#346 to #312 - anonymous (04/02/2012) [-]
you can dress any way you want and drink as much as you want, but if you don't want my cock, don't flirt with me. just gtfo while your panties are still on.
User avatar #349 to #346 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
So, if you were really drunk, and I interpreted what you were doing as flirting, by your logic, I have the right to pull down your pants and **** you in the ass, and it's not rape.

So where do you live?
User avatar #336 to #312 - dirigiblequixote (04/02/2012) [-]
Finally, someone gets it.
#330 to #312 - xjeffx (04/02/2012) [-]
My daughter wouldnt be dressing like a whore so ur statement is invalid
#333 to #330 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
People can change clothes dumbass
People can change clothes dumbass
#320 to #312 - anonymous (04/02/2012) [-]
If you read the whole thing, it points toward the conclusion that she did **** him, and wants to think that he's a rapist when really she just doesn't know how to handle herself while drunk.
User avatar #323 to #320 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
There is a difference between being drunk and ******* someone, and being drunk and getting ****** by someone against your will.
User avatar #356 to #323 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
If someone free runs and harms themselves whilst doing it, it is their fault, correct?
User avatar #361 to #356 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
Let me word that better.

She did not wear a giant neon sign that said "Please rape me", and we don't even know if she dressed like a slut. She just was drunk. The man raped her. It is his fault, because he stuck his penis in her vagina, end of story
User avatar #367 to #361 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
No, not end of story. You know what you can do, close your legs. If that doesn't work kick him in the balls. If that doesn't work then say you attempted to stop him. But if you didn't then it's pretty much all your fault, because you made not attempt to stop him and essentially put yourself in that situation.

Its like someone driving along the road, at night, without their headlights on and a car smashes into them because they cannot see them. Sure the other car smashed into them but if they put their lights on it would have been avoided.
User avatar #377 to #367 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
Really. ******* really.

Just because she was dressed as a slut and drunk doesn't mean she wanted sex. None of us actually KNOW if she was dressed as a slut, or did nothing to stop it. She might have been dressed normally, and tried to stop him, but unless you haven't noticed, it is quite hard to do things when you are drunk.

So please, shut the **** up. Think if it was you in that situation. Would you say "Yeah, I totally asked for it by being drunk"?
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User avatar #363 to #357 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
Okay so if it is their fault, then should it not be at least partly your fault too if you get raped when your: ridiculously drunk, dressed like a slut, begging for it by flirting, and probably didn't do much to stop it. If your pushing the guy off and telling him to go away then okay, it was mostly his fault, there is still a little bit of blame on you. If you did nothing then it is mostly your fault because you took no precaution to stop it happening. How was he supposed to know, if he is drunk too then he is most likely not going to stop if you lightly say something. And let's be frank: she doesn't sound like the little nice girl who was raped because of an over aggressive, over horny male, but someone who was begging for it, realised she shouldn't too late, and made too much of a fuss. If you don't want to be raped then don't get overly drunk, dress like a slut, flirt and then not even attempt to tell him no.

And to your point, yes. You should not have taken the lighter if there was a good chance he or it would burn you.
User avatar #366 to #363 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
So, if you were ********* , unable to resist, and I ****** you, it would be all fine and dandy.
User avatar #374 to #366 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
Yes, it bloody well would. Because you shouldn't have been ********* in the firsdt place, and fine if you were but like the free runners you put yourself in that situation, correct? Not free running and not drinking to the point you can't say no would have avoided the situation.
User avatar #390 to #374 - ecov ONLINE (04/02/2012) [-]
what if she was out with her friends and she started to drink to spiked drinks with out knowing is it then her fault then also statistically speaking most men are stronger than women so being able to resist is pretty much useless
User avatar #401 to #390 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
Well as I pointed out she didn't say whether she was actually attempted to stop him, and as said later down there V in the later comments he probably didn't know she didn't want it. And it doesn't talk about spiked drinks and if I thought my drink was spiked, which would be obvious afterwards because you know if one of your drinks are spiked, then I would say that, wouldn't you?
User avatar #379 to #374 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
Just...wow. Really. That argument just reached unimaginable stupidity.
User avatar #381 to #379 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
No, it really didn't. Don't just say an argument is stupid, give reasons for it.

If you say that free runners are at fault for free running, and that would be for putting themselves into that situation, then it's someones fault if they get "raped" (and I use that loosely because if she was too drunk to say no then how could he know he was raping her and not wanting it) because they got too drunk to say no. Same principle.
User avatar #383 to #381 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
Hmm. So he was raping her, but didn't know he was a rapist.

That sounds like something I read on a sign being held by a woman somewhere...
User avatar #385 to #383 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
Yeah, so she should shut the **** up because her point is iunvalid then. Because he bares no responsibility only her. It is therefore totally her fault and you've just proved yourself invalid.
User avatar #386 to #385 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
No, in fact you have just proved yourself invalid. He didn't know he was a rapist. Ignorance is not innocence. If you don't know murdering someone is wrong does not mean you won't be arrested for it.
User avatar #391 to #386 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
Okay let me take you through the steps.

He doesn't know he's a rapist.
So he can't bare responsibility, correct?
She knew she was getting drunk.
She knew she was dressing sluttish.
She knew she was getting drunk to the point she couldn't say no.
He has zero percent of the responsibility.
She therefore has full responsibility.

He may be a "rapist" or not, that wasn't my point. It's HER fault she got raped entirely.
User avatar #396 to #391 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
No, it is not. Just because he doesn't know that he is a rapist doesn't mean he isn't one. Like saying a blind man doesn't know he's black, therefore he isn't.

She bares some responsibility, but not all. Yes she got ********* . That does not mean that anyone can have sex with her and get away with it.
User avatar #403 to #396 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
If someone ***** you, and you don't say no, that is essentially the same as saying yes. Put it this way, how can he bare responsibility if he thought she wanted it? He might still be a "rapist" but that doesn't mean he's actually responsible.
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User avatar #434 to #430 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
That's quite different and an incorrect analogy. But then again it would show guilt and imply someone was guilty about it and so I would say that would imply someone was gay.
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User avatar #448 to #439 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
Well no, usually when someone doesn't reply you take it as yes. That is a common human trait, we take silence as affirmation in both when we respond and when we look for the response. What is another common human trait is to ascribe silence with what we want to hear, therefore if you ask someone for something and they don't respond you take it, ignoring whether you should actually reason whether they didn't didn't respond due to a practical factor (i.e not being able to hear you) or whether they were implying affirmation. You can hardly blame someone for implying a yes response when no response was given, and you can hardly say that someone is not for blame in any case if they don't respond to a question. I have been wasted before, however if a bloke came up to me asking for sex I would be very quick to respond no (partly because I'm a straight guy, and partly because I don't think there is ever a time where you can't respond to yes or no questions when your drunk unless you're... you know, unconscious).
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User avatar #407 to #403 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
Saying nothing and saying yes are two different things. Once again, she might have said no, we need her personal story. Just because I think you want to have sex does not mean that I can have sex with you.
User avatar #419 to #407 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
The clues point towards her making it seem like she did. Do you really think that he just started ******* her out of the blue if she didn't make it seem like she wanted it?? Because the only other way that works is when they really aggressively come at them and will properly rape them and so would know that they were raping them, whereas that says otherwise. That makes it sound like she implied she wanted sex, didn't say no, and then bitched about it. If she doesn't want sex don't make it sound like you want it by flirting and implying and hinting, bloody just act like a normal human being and not a slut to every guy.
User avatar #423 to #419 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
Well, she said it was on basement stairs. That is not really a place that you are all "Yeah **** me" with no resistance.
#567 to #423 - anonymous (04/02/2012) [-]
I've only a question. So were going along the lines of she was drunk right? What if, in her drunken state, she said yes. Would he still be the rapist?
User avatar #426 to #423 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
Umm... you say that, shes wankered... Stairs doesn;t sound like the easiest place to aggressively rape someone, does it??
#480 to #426 - anonymous (04/02/2012) [-]
While I can understand your point of view, I can't grasp the fact that you think it was okay for him to rape her. Legally, you CANNOT consent while under the influence. Obviously, this isn't strictly enforced. However, the argument that "he was just as drunk as her" is invalid, because he obviously wasn't there when she woke up, implying that he was perfectly capable of getting up and walking away from an unconscious woman. So since he was more sober than her, there is a lot of responsibility on him.
Yes, she probably shouldn't have gotten so drunk that she got in that situation. But he is at fault for PUTTING her in that situation, and for then leaving her there. And more than that, flirting doesn't mean she's begging for it. It's just idiotic to assume that if she smiles and says she likes your hair, she wants to have sex with you.
User avatar #440 to #426 - hpnerd (04/02/2012) [-]
I can't reply to that on your post.

No, it wouldn't b passionate love, but I wasn't referring to that, it could be a spur of the moment, partly consensual act. It is difficult to rape someone - I would figure - if they didn't want it, and its also difficult to **** someone on the stairs from balance, so therefore I would say it would have been simpler, if it was rape and not spur of the moment, to bring her down the stairs. By being on the stairs it would imply a spur of the moment act and that is why it was in an awkward place.
User avatar #433 to #426 - thirteenthdoctor (04/02/2012) [-]
Well, it is much more likely to be aggressive rape on the stairs than passionate love on the stairs.
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