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#26 - Comment deleted 09/02/2012 on WTF?! 0
#541 - Oh, I was missing the place to turn them on. Nevermind. 08/31/2012 on FJ in a Nutshell 0
#539 - Well I checked and unless I'm missing where to turn the subtit…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/31/2012 on FJ in a Nutshell 0
#541 - alakazaam (08/31/2012) [-]
Oh, I was missing the place to turn them on. Nevermind.
#326 - Do you know any sites that have subtitles included as well?  [+] (3 new replies) 08/30/2012 on FJ in a Nutshell 0
User avatar #513 - giinthir (08/31/2012) [-]
I'm pretty sure he has the subtitles on those.
#539 - alakazaam (08/31/2012) [-]
Well I checked and unless I'm missing where to turn the subtitles on, I don't think he does. But thanks anyways. :)
#541 - alakazaam (08/31/2012) [-]
Oh, I was missing the place to turn them on. Nevermind.
#2794 - No. There are usually body signals, talk, etc that will show t… 07/30/2012 on My high school life in a... 0
#2134 - Well sometimes people don't say no because they don't want to …  [+] (2 new replies) 07/30/2012 on My high school life in a... 0
User avatar #2140 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
So really, all sex can be claimed as rape in a way, but not all cases can be proved.
#2794 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
No. There are usually body signals, talk, etc that will show that a person's into it or not. I'm also not trying to make it out that all sex is rape. Just that in cases of drunk sex, it's a gray area for what can be and is rape and what isn't.
#2092 - Yeah, usually. Also just being able to read signs like if the …  [+] (4 new replies) 07/30/2012 on My high school life in a... 0
User avatar #2117 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
I agree, they shouldn't be able to claim rape if they didn't purposely show the other person that they were not interested in intercourse. If it get's claimed as rape because the woman wakes up the next morning and see that the person, lets say "Isn't up to their standards", then they need to have sufficient proof that the other person ignored their requests to stop. If it bothered them that much there would be signs of physical struggle - bruises and scratches etc.
#2134 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
Well sometimes people don't say no because they don't want to end up getting hurt or tell themselves it's not rape if they don't deny the other person's request. That falls into the gray area I'm talking about. A lot of cases are the rough bruising/physically showing the struggle, but some are the not as noticeable signs that probably won't get reported or not have the other person convicted. It is hard to prove that it's rape when the other person isn't actively struggling.

But I do agree with you that people need to stop claiming rape just because they regret the morning after.
User avatar #2140 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
So really, all sex can be claimed as rape in a way, but not all cases can be proved.
#2794 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
No. There are usually body signals, talk, etc that will show that a person's into it or not. I'm also not trying to make it out that all sex is rape. Just that in cases of drunk sex, it's a gray area for what can be and is rape and what isn't.
#2077 - Still, even if she agreed a person can back out of it later. T…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/30/2012 on My high school life in a... 0
User avatar #2083 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
I can see your point. If there is no obvious attempt to break off the deal, then there is no problem.
#2092 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
Yeah, usually. Also just being able to read signs like if the other person is nervous, stiff, uncomfortable in any way. There's usually some kind of thing to let the other person know they aren't 100% into what's happening. I wouldn't just say it's a drunk person's fault for having sex if they claim rape later. But I wouldn't 100% trust what their story is until I heard from both sides since many people claim rape just because they regret it or want to hurt the other person.
User avatar #2117 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
I agree, they shouldn't be able to claim rape if they didn't purposely show the other person that they were not interested in intercourse. If it get's claimed as rape because the woman wakes up the next morning and see that the person, lets say "Isn't up to their standards", then they need to have sufficient proof that the other person ignored their requests to stop. If it bothered them that much there would be signs of physical struggle - bruises and scratches etc.
#2134 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
Well sometimes people don't say no because they don't want to end up getting hurt or tell themselves it's not rape if they don't deny the other person's request. That falls into the gray area I'm talking about. A lot of cases are the rough bruising/physically showing the struggle, but some are the not as noticeable signs that probably won't get reported or not have the other person convicted. It is hard to prove that it's rape when the other person isn't actively struggling.

But I do agree with you that people need to stop claiming rape just because they regret the morning after.
User avatar #2140 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
So really, all sex can be claimed as rape in a way, but not all cases can be proved.
#2794 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
No. There are usually body signals, talk, etc that will show that a person's into it or not. I'm also not trying to make it out that all sex is rape. Just that in cases of drunk sex, it's a gray area for what can be and is rape and what isn't.
#2067 - Well considering she wouldn't be able to give proper consent, …  [+] (8 new replies) 07/29/2012 on My high school life in a... 0
User avatar #2070 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
The way that it should be viewed is that if she has willingly went with you and agreed to the night ahead, then it is not rape.
#2077 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
Still, even if she agreed a person can back out of it later. That's usually why people are now being told to ask before continuing everything to be sure. Even if someone agreed to have sex before they went out drinking, things can change. Both people should try to be more responsible by asking the other if they're okay with what's going on.
User avatar #2083 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
I can see your point. If there is no obvious attempt to break off the deal, then there is no problem.
#2092 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
Yeah, usually. Also just being able to read signs like if the other person is nervous, stiff, uncomfortable in any way. There's usually some kind of thing to let the other person know they aren't 100% into what's happening. I wouldn't just say it's a drunk person's fault for having sex if they claim rape later. But I wouldn't 100% trust what their story is until I heard from both sides since many people claim rape just because they regret it or want to hurt the other person.
User avatar #2117 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
I agree, they shouldn't be able to claim rape if they didn't purposely show the other person that they were not interested in intercourse. If it get's claimed as rape because the woman wakes up the next morning and see that the person, lets say "Isn't up to their standards", then they need to have sufficient proof that the other person ignored their requests to stop. If it bothered them that much there would be signs of physical struggle - bruises and scratches etc.
#2134 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
Well sometimes people don't say no because they don't want to end up getting hurt or tell themselves it's not rape if they don't deny the other person's request. That falls into the gray area I'm talking about. A lot of cases are the rough bruising/physically showing the struggle, but some are the not as noticeable signs that probably won't get reported or not have the other person convicted. It is hard to prove that it's rape when the other person isn't actively struggling.

But I do agree with you that people need to stop claiming rape just because they regret the morning after.
User avatar #2140 - theunnoticed (07/30/2012) [-]
So really, all sex can be claimed as rape in a way, but not all cases can be proved.
#2794 - alakazaam (07/30/2012) [-]
No. There are usually body signals, talk, etc that will show that a person's into it or not. I'm also not trying to make it out that all sex is rape. Just that in cases of drunk sex, it's a gray area for what can be and is rape and what isn't.
#2 - Hi String. I'd get on more often but I have to fix my computer…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/27/2012 on FunnyJunk Runescape Friends... +1
#3 - anonymous (07/27/2012) [-]
Okay. I understand. :D
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