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#5 - elitehacker
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i thought it was safety as cars have blindspots and human error--

oh wait. the title... gotcha more hate on feminism... because a group definitely represents women in general. is it just me or do others find this more hate filled against feminism and their ignorance rather than telling a funny joke tied with a reference to the ignorance and asinine ways of feminists... if you wanna help them see it differently educate them without the insult cause they will be more likely to listen that way... and if you wanna tell a joke based off the ignorance do that.. i don't see any reason for things like this.. maybe that's just me tho.
User avatar #190 to #5 - gloriousthighs
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sOUNDs lIKe yOUr bOTTOm is iNJUREd
#47 to #5 - bcp
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>Educate
>Feminists
gl
User avatar #213 to #5 - zuflux
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You know how some kids will hold over their ears and go "CAN'T HEAR YOU! LALALALA" When you try to prove them wrong or explain something to them? YEah, there's extreme feminists for ya.
User avatar #248 to #5 - dehfurk
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It's not about the logic, bitches will bitch regardless. It's the Educated that don't bitch, but converse.
User avatar #6 to #5 - elitehacker
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thought it was *for safety
User avatar #132 to #5 - tomahawkit **User deleted account**
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or you could ignore the title and all,

more people got hurt after this law was passed in Illinois, kids just don't look bolth ways anymore, and walk into the street texting.
User avatar #241 to #5 - ihateyoufunnyjunk
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Looks like 42 people agree with you there. Good numbers for FJ. Especially when it comes to the 'Feminist' issue.
User avatar #150 to #5 - srskate
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Can i just repost this comment on every anti-feminist crap post?
#164 - Missdomayuset
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Okay seriously? As a woman, I have this to say.   
   
Both arguments are right.   
   
Yes, we should teach men to not rape. Just as we teach drivers to brake before hitting pedestrians. There is something seriously wrong with our culture when a rapist can serve a lesser term than say, someone illgeally downloading music. No means no, and all that jazz.   
   
But woman should still protect themselves. They still should avoid the dark alley ways, carry keys through their fingers when walking to the car, go with a friend, watch their drink being made at a bar. Look both ways before crossing the street.   
   
Teach men not to rape. Teach women to defend themselves from rape.   
   
Teach children to look both ways before crossing the street. Teach drivers how to drive.
Okay seriously? As a woman, I have this to say.

Both arguments are right.

Yes, we should teach men to not rape. Just as we teach drivers to brake before hitting pedestrians. There is something seriously wrong with our culture when a rapist can serve a lesser term than say, someone illgeally downloading music. No means no, and all that jazz.

But woman should still protect themselves. They still should avoid the dark alley ways, carry keys through their fingers when walking to the car, go with a friend, watch their drink being made at a bar. Look both ways before crossing the street.

Teach men not to rape. Teach women to defend themselves from rape.

Teach children to look both ways before crossing the street. Teach drivers how to drive.
#237 to #164 - seizure
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Teach men not to rape? Men don't already ******* know that rape is wrong? Yes, there are rapists, but teaching rapists not to rape would make as much sense as teaching psychopaths not to kill - it's not gonna happen, is it?
And teach women to protect themselves? How about we teach both MEN and WOMEN to protect themselves!? A lot of young boys are often abused by females too, you know.
This is exactly the type of god awful female attitude that ******* bothers me. You're trying to portray all women as saints and all men as rapists - **** you.
User avatar #293 to #237 - Missdomayuset
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Please my other comments. My initial post of woman being the victims specifically was due to the original posts specifically targeting 'feminist'. Men being raped is just as important to me, as is child abuse, molestation, and the slave rings. Just because I didn't mention it, doesn't mean I don't acknowledge it.
User avatar #165 to #164 - cantfindausername
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Nobody should rape anybody.
But I still agree with you.
User avatar #199 to #164 - flemsdfer
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There we go. Someone who's got the idea to protect themselves a little when it comes to **** like this. I might add teaching people not to make false claims as well to that, also for anyone interested amazon sells a lovely cat shaped keychain that can be held a certain way to become spiked brass knuckles for self defense.
#211 to #164 - kiratheunholy
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#219 to #164 - lordofo
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Men know rape is wrong. Those who commit just don't care. Like people who pirate know it's illegal. So this concept of teaching men not to rape is kinda silly.
#245 to #164 - anon id: dcc0426f
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"Yes, we should teach men to not rape. Just as we teach drivers to brake before hitting pedestrians. There is something seriously wrong with our culture when a rapist can serve a lesser term than say, someone illgeally downloading music. No means no, and all that jazz."

Why not teach women not to rape?
User avatar #283 to #164 - niggastolemyname
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i really think we need to focus on teaching some people how to ******* cross the street though
User avatar #187 to #164 - dawdawdwa
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I just wanna point out:

"... tech drivers to break before hitting pedestrians." sounds kind of ambiguous to me.
#238 to #164 - seizure
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Also, drivers don't just ******* decide they want to hit pedestrians - that's why there are these things called "accidents". Any driver can happen to hit a pedestrian at some point, but not any man can just accidentally commit rape. Being a male doesn't mean you have to receive special instructions as for driving a car. **** you.
#292 to #238 - anon id: f41e5ea8
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Have you ever played GTA? I don't think you have...
#295 to #292 - seizure
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SA-MP for life, bitch.
User avatar #273 to #164 - neutralgray
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You. I like and respect you. Fabulous point.
#172 to #164 - tyroneisanigger
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When I walk to my car at 1 a.m I carry my keys through my fingers. And I'm a guy.
User avatar #291 to #172 - lot
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Well... To all the people who do this, I hope you're holding them right, because otherwise it doesn't help ****...
User avatar #173 to #172 - Missdomayuset
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I'm glad you got your sh*t together.
User avatar #294 to #173 - Missdomayuset
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...no one got the joke it seems.
User avatar #218 to #164 - greedtheavaricious
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>Implying rapists don't know it is wrong to rape

Most of them know, and still do it.
User avatar #174 to #164 - vikingesnumerouno
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"we have to teach men not to rape"
Implying most of us doesn't already ******* know right from wrong
User avatar #175 to #174 - Missdomayuset
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Then this wouldn't apply to you would it? You wouldn't think it's acceptable to drug a drink, to think you're entitled because you're in a relationship and such?

But there are people who are. And worse, they teach kids the same. So yes, teaching both boys and girls at a young age of what constitutes as consent would be necessary.
User avatar #177 to #175 - vikingesnumerouno
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Yeah when you put it that way
User avatar #185 to #164 - therealtjthemedic
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Don't forget to teach women not to rape, too.
#166 to #164 - infinitereaper
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Don't worry no one want's to rape you

I'm sorry

On a more serious note, statistically, the biggest ******* issue with rape is that most of rape reported to the police are lies. Women who get raped often don't report it, and the real victems get ****** over by all the liars. So let's teach women not to lie, as well.

And instead of lets teach men not to rape, how bout we teach human beings not to hurt each other?
#167 to #166 - Missdomayuset
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I completely agree with you. And that should be the new slogan. Men get rapped as well, and I will not deny that there are false claims.
I completely agree with you. And that should be the new slogan. Men get rapped as well, and I will not deny that there are false claims.
User avatar #168 to #167 - infinitereaper
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It's not big deal, it's a ****** up world we live in.

I suppose I've always thought the best way to change the world is to build a better world. Policy won't save the poor, only fixing the economy will. On the same token I think human beings are the same. If we could only get our **** together the world and people might become better than they are currently.
User avatar #169 to #168 - Missdomayuset
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The world will never be perfect. But we can't ever strive for that, just for a better tomorrow.

User avatar #170 to #169 - infinitereaper
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I've always thought the world was mostly dark with a little light. I figured thats what makes it such a living hell, and I figure the opposite would be paradise. And isn't paradise enough? I can only hope we reach that kind of world someday.
#256 to #170 - darakremen
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In a world where you only see darkness around you.
In a world where you know that almost infinite amounts of people live,
but hiding in the darkness.
Where it feels like no one is striving for change.
When it feels like you are the only one left with hope.
Be the best you can be!
Follow your vision!
Be the light for others
Be the light that light fire in the heart of others.
The only one that you can change is yourself,
but in the doing of this you will inspire change in others.
#171 to #170 - Missdomayuset
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...getting a little pretensions there buddy, reel it back.

But yeah. Life sucks. But like that burnt candied bacon I failed at making, better just make due with what you have.
User avatar #181 to #171 - infinitereaper
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Quite a lot of... tension. There is no choice really.
User avatar #221 to #166 - defeats
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It's actually a myth that so many false rape claims are made. Something made up as a weapon against feminists.
#81 - TARDIS
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Let me get this straight, you think feminism is out of control but just said that if a guy raps some one, it's not his fault.

Maybe, just maybe, you're the ******* reason why some feminist feel like they have to fight so ******* hard on every thing. Why they feel like men are still trying to oppress them, why they feel like they can't budge an inch on anything. Because they're still running into assholes like you.

**** YOU


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#90 to #81 - weenieandthebutt
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I don't think you should comment at all when you're sleep deprived. Out of this entire post, just point to me where it states (or implies) that a rapist is not at fault or that his acts are excused? The point of this post is to address the fact that just like any other violent sociopathic criminal, you can't just tell rapists not to rape. A political campaign is absolutely redundant for this case since rape is not an act of discrimination, it's a sociopathic act just like any other crime. Although we have one of the toughest judicial systems for sex offenders, it's still not going to be enough so the best solution for now is just to avoid getting into those bad situations. I know it really sucks but we don't live in a god damn utopian world where we can just do whatever the **** we like. All my condolences go towards rape victims, I pray to God that there's a special place in hell that's reserved for rapists. Rape me with red thumbs but don't you dare call me an oppressor or a victim blamer!
I don't think you should comment at all when you're sleep deprived. Out of this entire post, just point to me where it states (or implies) that a rapist is not at fault or that his acts are excused? The point of this post is to address the fact that just like any other violent sociopathic criminal, you can't just tell rapists not to rape. A political campaign is absolutely redundant for this case since rape is not an act of discrimination, it's a sociopathic act just like any other crime. Although we have one of the toughest judicial systems for sex offenders, it's still not going to be enough so the best solution for now is just to avoid getting into those bad situations. I know it really sucks but we don't live in a god damn utopian world where we can just do whatever the **** we like. All my condolences go towards rape victims, I pray to God that there's a special place in hell that's reserved for rapists. Rape me with red thumbs but don't you dare call me an oppressor or a victim blamer!
User avatar #197 to #81 - mamaluweegee
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How does one rap someone else. Does one have to be black or can one be white like Eminem?
#154 to #81 - treewithbranches
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No, it's their fault alright. All of these sorts of things are not saying that's not true. But it's all suggestions for the potential rape victim. The rapist can't be stopped by telling them that they shouldn't rape; that's futile. They know it's bad, but they obviously don't give a damn. But the victim could perhaps avoid being a victim at all by taking certain measures to ensure her safety.

To put it in terms of the post, it's wrong for the car to run you over even if you're in the street, not at a crosswalk or anything. Absolutely. But a lot of good that does you if they hit you. The thing is to take measures to avoid being raped because you don't want to be raped, not because it's your fault if it happens.
#21 - colossusshadow
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>mfw funnnyjunk is becoming r9k
#29 to #21 - coryxyzagain
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What the **** is R9k?
User avatar #67 to #29 - vorarephilia
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#100 to #21 - anon id: 3297f3c8
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Nah, this is more /pol/. With less HAPPENING, except when Admin shows his face.
#15 - Loppytaffy
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I get that feminazis go too far.
But they do have a point with the whole "teach kids not to rape, not how not to get raped" thing.

I think this metaphor has got to be the greatest arguement agaisnt people argueing abortion, contraceptives and rape.
#16 to #15 - anon id: 892a6cbb
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Why would you not teach both? You're taught not to talk to strangers as a kid because they might be ******* weirdos so it isn't all that much of a stretch to teach women not to walk down an alley at 3 in the morning alone in a bad neighborhood.
User avatar #23 to #16 - Loppytaffy
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You think that's the only scenario where a woman gets attacked?
It can happen in clubs, in her own home by her own family or friends, it can happen anywhere, to anyone, by anyone.

You can teach a kid not to approach a stranger, you can teach them how to cross a road, you can't tell a woman to never let herself be alone with someone.
#43 to #23 - physicsdude
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Some people just have a bad childhood or a forced into crime. I don't see why rape is treated worse than any other crime. There's a law against rape for a reason. If a person kills another person, is the reason that he did it, that he hasn't been told that killing is bad?

Criminals gon crime.
User avatar #48 to #43 - Loppytaffy
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Because rape doesn't heal like an injury,
You can't return to the state you were before like when you are robbed,
It's not the end of it all like murder; it stays with you and destroys your life,
It can leave you with child, that's a whole new matter on its own.
There are people arguing whether it's legit; no one can argue that a child is abducted or that a car was stolen, but people argue whether a person was "wanting" the rape.
No one blames a person for being stabbed, but there are those who look at rape victims with disgust.

It's a horrendous crime that is difficult to treat, not because something is taken, or that a person has been trespessed, but that something, even if it's not physical like a child, is left behind. And it will never go away.
#203 to #48 - physicsdude
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Ofcourse people argue if it's legit when statistisks show that around 50% of rape reports are fake.
So you're telling me that having a family member shot or being threatened with a gun doesn't have any psychological implications?
User avatar #233 to #203 - defeats
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You have been watching too many "The things feminists aren't telling you" videos on youtube. Fake rape reports are nowhere near as frequent as anti-feminists would have you think.
Having served in the army and police I tell you, I'd be far more rattled if I was raped than shot.

Before you start me on the "you were trained for that" almost everybody has been desensitized from firearms, boys are give toy guns at a young age. I was a civilian when I first walked into somebody with a gun, it was very frightening at the time, but no harm came to me.

If somebody is shot it is very likely that they won't suffer mental scarring, it is traumatic, but it isn't the same trauma, a lot of people don't even remember what happened because of blood loss or a knock to the head when they collapse. Being shot is probably more frightening for your family than it is for you.
Somebody who is raped is going to remember every part of it for the rest of their lives, some will be frightened of such things as going to a swimming pool or the beach because it'll make them feel exposed and at risk. Many will want to avoid human contact altogether, some will fear that they won't be believed.
User avatar #229 to #203 - Loppytaffy
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Not nearly on the level of having a dick shoved in you.
I wouldn't really care much if I were threatened with a gun, this may be because I shoot and am therefore not nervous around them, or that I live in a country where it's illegal to own one as a civilian so it's not likely to happen to me.
If a family member were shot, i'd be upset over losing a family member, not over the gun.

Which would leave you rattled more; a gun waved at you and most likely note fired, or a dick up your ass and possible another guy's semen inside you?
#24 to #23 - anon id: 892a6cbb
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You're right, there's some situations that just aren't foreseeable, those situations obviously the woman has no control over, just as kids can't control it if someone just bolts off with them or abducts them from their home, that doesn't mean however we don't teach a kid not to take rides and **** from strangers just because it happens other ways.

Teach what is avoidable instead of just going "Oh the world is just this safe little oyster." I'm not saying it's ever the woman's fault if she's raped, i'm just saying we should include some common sense prevention instead of just pretending it never happens.
User avatar #25 to #23 - arkytior
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I though that was the reasonable thing to do, to teach girls not to go walking around in the middle of the night all by themselves. That, or teach them to fight back.
#94 to #15 - weenieandthebutt
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We've all been taught from young age that rape is a bad thing but just like any other criminal, rapists in general do not give a **** and have no form of moral conduct whatsoever. It's not like they're misinformed, oblivious or uneducated. The best preventative measure for now is just to simply tell potential victims to avoid the situation but nooooooo, they're stubborn and want to live in this make-believe utopian world where we could just do whatever the **** we like without consequences.
We've all been taught from young age that rape is a bad thing but just like any other criminal, rapists in general do not give a **** and have no form of moral conduct whatsoever. It's not like they're misinformed, oblivious or uneducated. The best preventative measure for now is just to simply tell potential victims to avoid the situation but nooooooo, they're stubborn and want to live in this make-believe utopian world where we could just do whatever the **** we like without consequences.
User avatar #235 to #15 - defeats
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That picture is amazing man, especially "legitimate pushing", I just had to save it.
I agree.
User avatar #149 - coolcalx
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WHOOPS, I ACCIDENTALLY RAPED YOU.

guys, rape is not related to provocative clothing, as so many of you seem to think. there is literally no statistical relationship between rape occurrences and prvocative dress of the victim

scholarship.law.duke.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1109&context=djglp

rape is also not a crime of passion. it is premeditated.
"In 60% of the rapes reported to the Orange County Rape Crisis Center in 1991, the rapist was known to the victim. 7% of the assailants were family members of the victim."
"80% of sexual assaults reported by college age women and adult women were perpetrated by close friends or family members."

can we stop being retarded? please?
User avatar #189 to #149 - minecraftlamer
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aaaaaaannnnnddd i read that as penetrated by close friends or family members
User avatar #192 to #189 - ricketyrackety
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I did, too lol. It does make sense...
#152 to #149 - coolcalx
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and here come the red thumbs, even though I used scholarly sources and relevant statistics

stay classy, FunnyJunk.
User avatar #158 to #152 - Missdomayuset
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I as well.
#153 to #152 - anon id: 4736578e
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i thumbed you up. it made sense.
User avatar #194 - poiklman
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I'm starting to think that Funnyjunk likes bring up feminism more than feminists do.
User avatar #114 - whipptron
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Here's the key flaw in this logic.

Drivers generally don't intend to hit people crossing the road stupidly. They just can't stop in time/dont see them/etc
Whereas rape wouldn't happen without a rapist. Even if everyone went around buck nude, if no one raped, there would be no rape.
A pipe dream, it's true. In an ideal world Women would be able to walk around dressed as they please without being accosted, but they can't. Saying it's a woman's fault for her being raped though is supreme douchebaggery. The blame for any rape lies with the rapist. period. 100%.
Car accidents? not so much. that's why they're called 'accidents' whereas rape is called a 'crime'
#124 to #114 - boothead
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If you're walking around centeral park in a mini-skirt a thong and a spaghetti strap with no bra what the **** do you think is gonna happen when some sexually frustrated asshole sees you?
User avatar #127 to #124 - whipptron
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True, but it's still the rapist's fault. 100%
User avatar #126 to #124 - mitchr
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What he/she should do is go masturbate or something.

A wise man (Stephen King) said once, "If it's rape or the hand, take the hand every time."

No matter what you're wearing, you shouldn't get raped. You may be asking for it, sure, but you shouldn't be.
User avatar #176 to #124 - Crusader
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You are implying that the man is a beast, a prisoner to his primal urges to such a point that he can't save that image in the spank bank for at home.
That he will see that and go "I need to have sex with THAT"
User avatar #180 to #114 - Crusader
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Eh, I don't think you are getting what is going on with the post.
Or maybe i'm not, but i'm going to explain the interpretation.

You don't tell kids to cross at the crosswalk = You don't tell women to dress overprovocatively / not put themselves in potentially harmful situations

You tell cars not to hit the kids = You tell guys not to rape

You tell kids to look both ways before crossing the street = You tell women to not put themselves in harmful situations

The entire thing can be summed up with, yes, 100% of the rape itself lies with the rapist, without the rapist there is no rape.
But, for allowing the situation to unfold where a rape occurs, is at least partially with the woman at fault.
I don't want to sound like some sort of misogynist.
Most of the rapes I hear about involve drugging / voluntarily drinking/taking drugs
As far as drugging goes, a woman can always cover her drink, she can always make sure that the man/men getting it for her does not drug it by watching the bartender make it and getting it from the bar herself.
For drinking, any person should know their limit, and only drink when there is someone with them that they trust if they think they are going to go past their limit.
As for taking drugs, same as with alcohol, only with people you trust.

As for rapes involving someone forcing their way into the house, etc.
I will admit, these are on the part of the rapist, but there are ways to avoid them, getting a dog, having a roommate, etc.
It is a very rare occurrence when a women is raped with no way of preventing it.

Again, I repeat, I don't hate women, this is not victim blaming I don't blame murder victims for not having a gun, etc. It's promotion of defense.

And of course, the golden rule when it comes to avoiding any sort of rape/accident/crime, use common sense, don't take drinks from that creepy dude, don't speed in the snow, don't go through secluded areas alone, don't drive with only one headlight, stuff like this.
User avatar #52 - HarvietheDinkle
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(09/07/2013) [-]
I'm not a fan of feminazis

but that was a ****** analogy
#215 - ttubkcid
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When a driver hits a pedestrian is usually an accident. If that pedestrian didn't look both ways and just jumped in the street it's their fault, since the driver didn't have enough time to stop the car. In that case it's the pedestrian's fault and it was a ******* accident.   
On the other hand, rape is not an accident. You can't walk down the street then trip and accidentally get your dick in the woman in front of you.   
   
That driver didn't want to kill a person. That's why pedestrians should take measures before crossing the street.    
Saying that it's the victim's fault for getting raped is the same as saying that it's your fault if some random guy stole your food just because you were cooking.
When a driver hits a pedestrian is usually an accident. If that pedestrian didn't look both ways and just jumped in the street it's their fault, since the driver didn't have enough time to stop the car. In that case it's the pedestrian's fault and it was a ******* accident.
On the other hand, rape is not an accident. You can't walk down the street then trip and accidentally get your dick in the woman in front of you.

That driver didn't want to kill a person. That's why pedestrians should take measures before crossing the street.
Saying that it's the victim's fault for getting raped is the same as saying that it's your fault if some random guy stole your food just because you were cooking.