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#314 - "The whole concept of victimization is ridiculous, of cou… 08/29/2014 on Feminazis Strike Again 0
#146 - I never said it wasn't a good tool, just like carrying pepper …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/28/2014 on Feminazis Strike Again +2
User avatar #288 - deepgreen (08/28/2014) [-]
All it takes to get murdered is walking around in the wrong places at night, possibly drunk and yelling some obscenities at some nig-nogs.

Your mental state and capabilities at the moment and whether you are inebriated or not is a responsibility of yourself. If you don't want to get raped, you shouldn't get drunk. It's as simple as that. It's pretty obvious you lose any kind of credibility. The same thing would happen if you were juggling with your keyes above a manhole and managed to lose them. Nobody is going to take you seriously.

The whole concept of victimization is ridiculous, of course it ultimately isn't your fault that you got raped, but noone is putting the blame on you. All these rules are just prophylactic measures to reduce the risk of you getting raped and whether you like it or not they carry a responsiblity. But noone will hold you accountable for your rape because the driving force behind it was still someone else, the rapist.

Just the same as the burgler is the driving force behind the burglary but locking your doors and windows is still a responsiblity of the house owner.

So the logic behind this invention promoting victimization is still faulty.
User avatar #314 - themisstophat (08/29/2014) [-]
"The whole concept of victimization is ridiculous, of course it ultimately isn't your fault that you got raped, but noone is putting the blame on you"

Of course they're putting the blame on women, with the very thing you just fucking said.
"If you don't want to get raped, you shouldn't get drunk"
That is victim blaming...

So every time someone is murdered, we should all be like "well it was kinda his fault for being in that place"
In fact, their is murders on the street right now, drunk drivers, rapist - Lets just all not leave our houses because we might be attacked, let put a curfew into place for people still in high school because they're not sensible enough to look after their own safety.
Sound logical to you? No it doesn't.

Here an idea, should we put eye patches on men when they go out at night, like the ones horses wear... So they can resist their urges of sexual assault if they can't see the woman dressed slutty?
Lets start drug search every guy before he walks into a bar make sure he's not carrying date rape drugs.
Let's stop men walking around on their own, so their friends can help control him.

Why shouldn't i be able to get drunk, I'm not the threat.

Although with your original statement, I might as well as messaged this to myself with all the good it will do with your narrow view.
#137 - It does happen, that's the point. Victim blaming is a…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/28/2014 on Feminazis Strike Again +9
#140 - gtfomylawnbish (08/28/2014) [-]
I didn't see anyone claiming to be an expert. If you find people that matter who say "it's your fault for not using it" then there's an issue. Will anons say it on the interwebs? Absolutely. That doesn't mean this isn't a good tool.
User avatar #146 - themisstophat (08/28/2014) [-]
I never said it wasn't a good tool, just like carrying pepper spray, or american's carrying guns to feel safe... Nothing wrong with looking out for yourself.

We have a list of things to do to "prevent rape"
Don't stay out late
Don't dress a certain way
Don't go out alone
Check your drinks.
ect.

Rape is hard to prove, so anything that can be taken out of context is twisted to being the females fault. Soon as you say you had a couple to drink, or you woke up at his place but don't remember what happened - You think they are taken seriously? No they are not, they nip round question the guy, all he has to say was you was both drunk, just a one night thing. Bam got away with it.
This will be said to be the woman's fault, for not checking her drinks.

Nobody has to claim it, they're acting like it.
User avatar #288 - deepgreen (08/28/2014) [-]
All it takes to get murdered is walking around in the wrong places at night, possibly drunk and yelling some obscenities at some nig-nogs.

Your mental state and capabilities at the moment and whether you are inebriated or not is a responsibility of yourself. If you don't want to get raped, you shouldn't get drunk. It's as simple as that. It's pretty obvious you lose any kind of credibility. The same thing would happen if you were juggling with your keyes above a manhole and managed to lose them. Nobody is going to take you seriously.

The whole concept of victimization is ridiculous, of course it ultimately isn't your fault that you got raped, but noone is putting the blame on you. All these rules are just prophylactic measures to reduce the risk of you getting raped and whether you like it or not they carry a responsiblity. But noone will hold you accountable for your rape because the driving force behind it was still someone else, the rapist.

Just the same as the burgler is the driving force behind the burglary but locking your doors and windows is still a responsiblity of the house owner.

So the logic behind this invention promoting victimization is still faulty.
User avatar #314 - themisstophat (08/29/2014) [-]
"The whole concept of victimization is ridiculous, of course it ultimately isn't your fault that you got raped, but noone is putting the blame on you"

Of course they're putting the blame on women, with the very thing you just fucking said.
"If you don't want to get raped, you shouldn't get drunk"
That is victim blaming...

So every time someone is murdered, we should all be like "well it was kinda his fault for being in that place"
In fact, their is murders on the street right now, drunk drivers, rapist - Lets just all not leave our houses because we might be attacked, let put a curfew into place for people still in high school because they're not sensible enough to look after their own safety.
Sound logical to you? No it doesn't.

Here an idea, should we put eye patches on men when they go out at night, like the ones horses wear... So they can resist their urges of sexual assault if they can't see the woman dressed slutty?
Lets start drug search every guy before he walks into a bar make sure he's not carrying date rape drugs.
Let's stop men walking around on their own, so their friends can help control him.

Why shouldn't i be able to get drunk, I'm not the threat.

Although with your original statement, I might as well as messaged this to myself with all the good it will do with your narrow view.
#125 - It not that it promotes rape culture, their problem is it prom…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/28/2014 on Feminazis Strike Again +10
#291 - mrdrprofbraeden (08/28/2014) [-]
I knew their reasoning, I just don't agree with it
#126 - gtfomylawnbish (08/28/2014) [-]
Do you really think that could happen? Honestly?
#137 - themisstophat (08/28/2014) [-]
It does happen, that's the point.

Victim blaming is a major problem. Very few rapes happen by some creepy guy hiding in a dark place ready to jump on a woman when she's alone.
Rape is mostly by people they know, and date rape drugs.

Try getting a guy you've dated a couple of times done for rape, try explaining to the police you think you've been raped but you can't remember/not sure what went on.

The fact is you read all these stories that make out that women use rape as a weapon (which some do and that's disgusting) but you never see the stories about males getting away with it, or how women felt they couldn't go to the police as they felt they wouldn't be believed, yet there are plenty of cases like this. So as soon as women want to make a point, who say oh this isn't useful; males instantly all think they're an expert in rape culture, that we should be grateful that something like this was invented and then start bitching about how feminist are stupid
#140 - gtfomylawnbish (08/28/2014) [-]
I didn't see anyone claiming to be an expert. If you find people that matter who say "it's your fault for not using it" then there's an issue. Will anons say it on the interwebs? Absolutely. That doesn't mean this isn't a good tool.
User avatar #146 - themisstophat (08/28/2014) [-]
I never said it wasn't a good tool, just like carrying pepper spray, or american's carrying guns to feel safe... Nothing wrong with looking out for yourself.

We have a list of things to do to "prevent rape"
Don't stay out late
Don't dress a certain way
Don't go out alone
Check your drinks.
ect.

Rape is hard to prove, so anything that can be taken out of context is twisted to being the females fault. Soon as you say you had a couple to drink, or you woke up at his place but don't remember what happened - You think they are taken seriously? No they are not, they nip round question the guy, all he has to say was you was both drunk, just a one night thing. Bam got away with it.
This will be said to be the woman's fault, for not checking her drinks.

Nobody has to claim it, they're acting like it.
User avatar #288 - deepgreen (08/28/2014) [-]
All it takes to get murdered is walking around in the wrong places at night, possibly drunk and yelling some obscenities at some nig-nogs.

Your mental state and capabilities at the moment and whether you are inebriated or not is a responsibility of yourself. If you don't want to get raped, you shouldn't get drunk. It's as simple as that. It's pretty obvious you lose any kind of credibility. The same thing would happen if you were juggling with your keyes above a manhole and managed to lose them. Nobody is going to take you seriously.

The whole concept of victimization is ridiculous, of course it ultimately isn't your fault that you got raped, but noone is putting the blame on you. All these rules are just prophylactic measures to reduce the risk of you getting raped and whether you like it or not they carry a responsiblity. But noone will hold you accountable for your rape because the driving force behind it was still someone else, the rapist.

Just the same as the burgler is the driving force behind the burglary but locking your doors and windows is still a responsiblity of the house owner.

So the logic behind this invention promoting victimization is still faulty.
User avatar #314 - themisstophat (08/29/2014) [-]
"The whole concept of victimization is ridiculous, of course it ultimately isn't your fault that you got raped, but noone is putting the blame on you"

Of course they're putting the blame on women, with the very thing you just fucking said.
"If you don't want to get raped, you shouldn't get drunk"
That is victim blaming...

So every time someone is murdered, we should all be like "well it was kinda his fault for being in that place"
In fact, their is murders on the street right now, drunk drivers, rapist - Lets just all not leave our houses because we might be attacked, let put a curfew into place for people still in high school because they're not sensible enough to look after their own safety.
Sound logical to you? No it doesn't.

Here an idea, should we put eye patches on men when they go out at night, like the ones horses wear... So they can resist their urges of sexual assault if they can't see the woman dressed slutty?
Lets start drug search every guy before he walks into a bar make sure he's not carrying date rape drugs.
Let's stop men walking around on their own, so their friends can help control him.

Why shouldn't i be able to get drunk, I'm not the threat.

Although with your original statement, I might as well as messaged this to myself with all the good it will do with your narrow view.
#23 - They just remind me of when I constantly used to play Harvest … 08/26/2014 on Noisy Bastard. +2
#53 - I'm and anime fan, and I watch it because I enjoy it... Simple… 08/21/2014 on Animu 0
#81 - Thank's for the update man!  [+] (1 new reply) 08/21/2014 on I am a cool kid now 0
#82 - wraithguard (08/21/2014) [-]
No problem.
#74 - I keep loosing track of what is going on, I leave for a few da…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/21/2014 on I am a cool kid now +3
#79 - wraithguard (08/21/2014) [-]
Phanact resently got sent to the hospital after being in a car accident. His medical bills were huge, so he (being a brony) asked the FJ bronies for help and they all pitched in. As a result, ponies are a bit cooler now. Also, Admin came out as a woman.
User avatar #188 - youdontknoeme (08/21/2014) [-]
Whoa what. Where the hell did Admin come out as a woman?
#187 - anonymous (08/21/2014) [-]
What the hell happened while i was gone.
User avatar #87 - juter (08/21/2014) [-]
Was there ever a doubt?
#88 - wraithguard (08/21/2014) [-]
nope
#81 - themisstophat (08/21/2014) [-]
Thank's for the update man!
#82 - wraithguard (08/21/2014) [-]
No problem.
#206 - Guess people react differently, even when I was put to sleep f… 08/21/2014 on You don't know that feel 0
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User avatar #8 - goodadventures (03/31/2013) [-]
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User avatar #9 to #8 - themisstophat (04/01/2013) [-]
I want to put mine in you - what are the odds of that?!
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kwl beans, what part of the uk are you from?
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Greater Manchester... Such a lovely place.
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Sorry about that, old friend
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I wondered what had I done?!

Haha don't worry about it pal :)
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