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#95 - frienderman
Reply +7
(04/19/2013) [-]
But a car can't look at a wasted chick and say "no, you're too drunk, I'm not going to let you drive," while a sober guy (or even only slightly drunk) guy can realize she's drunk and not have sex with her.

I'm not necessarily saying that drunk sex is always rape, just that this analogy might be a bit extreme.
#97 to #95 - toughactintinactin
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(04/19/2013) [-]
Those are valid points. But what if they are equally intoxicated, is it still the man's responsibility to account for her actions, mind you she can turn away at any time this is not a rape.
#99 to #97 - frienderman
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(04/19/2013) [-]
#1: She can turn away, but she's intoxicated and her sense of judgement is totally ****** up
#2: If they're equally intoxicated of course it's both their fault, and if either of them brought it to court any half-decent lawyer would be able to prove their client not guilty.
#101 to #99 - toughactintinactin
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(04/19/2013) [-]
Well a mans sense of judgement can be impaired as well, what if the situation were reversed? If the man is more intoxicated than the women and she had sex with him? Would he be able to claim rape, or that she took advantage of him? Not trying to start a ********* just curious about your opinion.
#129 to #101 - frienderman
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(04/19/2013) [-]
Sorry, I was at lunch. I think he can absolutely claim rape, though I believe that there are different "degrees" of rape, since having sex due to impaired judgement is obviously different from being forced to have sex.
#131 to #129 - toughactintinactin
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(04/19/2013) [-]
Fair enough. I'm all for equal rights, as long as they are applied, well, equally.
#134 to #131 - frienderman
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(04/19/2013) [-]
I concur. Have a nice day.
#136 to #134 - toughactintinactin
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(04/19/2013) [-]
Likewise