Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-05 14:22:08
ID: 57087
"YAY YOU! You didn't rape anyone! Wow, what a stellar human being you are! How did you do it? It must have taken a will of steel and intense focus and training to achieve this level of decency. YAY YOU! You deserve a trophy and accolades for not raping anyone. What a superb example of humanity you are!" Pretty much what a man expects these days.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-05 00:21:46
ID: 57069
In response to a confession. I have similar stories. How sad is it that I'm supposed to feel blessed for not being raped? There was a really good thread on Twitter recently, where people, both men and women, shared stories like this. No one was asking for congratulations, or hollering about not all men. It was just a bunch of nice stories to remind people that the world isn't totally shit and that there are still guys who respect and love women. It honestly gave me hope for humanity, after hearing nothing but traumatic stories for so long. It was also a big wake up call for the few guys who DID expect a medal for being decent human beings, and were promptly put in their place by other men.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-05 00:21:17
ID: 57066
"It's a dangerous time for men" per Trump. REALLY? You've got to be kidding me. You mean men don't want to be called out for acting like thugs, pigs, rapists and pervs? Yeah, I could see that being highly inconvenient.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-04 18:03:52
ID: 57074
It's a shame when we have to applaud someone for being 'heroic' when really they just did what you're supposed to do. Which is to be a decent human being.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-03 17:24:18
ID: 57067
You know what I remember from a drunken HS party? I remember the guy that carried me to my car and drove me and my friends back to my house, with his friend following in his car- to make sure I got home okay and nothing bad happened to me. I don't remember ANY of that happening, but my friends told me about it the next day. It could have gone another way. So, did I deserve to be sexually assaulted that night? I know I counted myself lucky that I wasn't. Should his actions be considered heroic, or just what a friend should do? I know I considered him a hero. That's some ingrained misogyny right there.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-03 10:44:16
ID: 57064
In response to a confession. I don’t think that was aimed at you.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-03 03:57:23
ID: 57062
Who's apologizing for rape? I posted about how shitty the culture was where and when I went to college because if you got raped while you were passed out drunk it was never the guy's fault. Who's apologizing for rape? It's disgusting.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-03 03:56:56
ID: 57059
In response to a confession. I was in college in the late 90s and it was the same. If a girl was raped at a party, the blame was always put back on her, never the rapist.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-10-02 20:37:51
ID: 57060
great. as if this place couldn't get any worse, we now have a rape apologist in our midst.
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Posted by: RubberCity
2018-10-02 18:33:19
ID: 57057
In response to a confession. Based on what Swetnick has said and been accused of and the lack of corroborating evidence, I just find her actions andstatements hard to believe. I own the fact that I believe that she wasn't terrified and her credibility is a bit shaky.
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