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Do you get pissed by news about rape cases?
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Well i like to read newpaper so i buy all kind of newpaper in singapore , like stuff happen in many part of asia....place like china , malaysia , japan and many more.... <_<;
ONE thing i always see is...RAPE happen in .... and ..... then ......, sometime really get tried T.T wonder how come the world have so much retarted ppl that need to rape other...while u can get a gf or even paid $50 to get a CHICK to sleep with u instead of hurting other >< ruining ppl normal life in that way....PERVERT DIE! Mostly cases have not been solved and the raper never been catch.

lol i mean nothing , just bored so post for fun feel free to comment

Wat should u do after u got RAPED? lol

~Do not wash. Although your first instinct is to clean yourself, you will lose important evidence like seminal and body fluids, hairs, mud, debris, fibre etc if you clean yourself. Go to a hospital immediately for a medical examination.

~Go to the Emergency room at the government hospital. The doctor will examine you and your genital area, as well as your clothes. You will first be asked to fill out a form to be give approval of the examination, and the information will be used for police investigation.

~You may request for a female gynecologist. The hospital staff will also notify the police, and a female police officer will take your report at the hospital. If you go to the police first, a female police officer will take your report and accompany you to the hospital. After the first report, a detailed statement will be taken. You may then be required to attend an identification parade to identify the alleged rapist.

~You may be unsure as to what to do, or may wish support and/or counselling. Call a friend, or someone close to you, or a women's organisation.

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not really
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yes if there is a means to go back in time to where those happen please tell me
i will gladly put a sword to good use
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Malaysia RAPE Report~

Research has shown that rape is the most underreported crimes in the world. In Malaysia, 9 out of 10 rapes go unreported. This means that out of the 1,431 reported cases last year, there were actually more than 14,000 rape incidents that happened in our country in 2002 alone. The number of reported rape cases has been steadily increasing with a slight dip in year 2000. Statistics last year shows that only about 20% of rape incidents happened in public places, while nearly 70% of them happened in the "safety" of homes. Nearly 80% of rapists are people known by the survivor. A research done by a local women's organisation shows that almost all convicted rapists believe themselves to be faultless and undeserving of their punishment. A quick look at the reported cases in the press shows that there is no single profile of rape survivors, save that they are all women (since rape is a gender specific crime in this country) - females as young as a few months old to elderly grandmothers and girls clad in baju kurung to miniskirts have been subjected to rape.

i feel that this report telling us that women should all wear thick clothes l0l

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Naturally,i will feel pissed off.Not really pissed off,more like feeling sorry for the victims.The only thing i can do is to hope that the culprit is caught and put behind bars to atone their sin




hongzang wrote:

Malaysia RAPE Report~

Research has shown that rape is the most underreported crimes in the world. In Malaysia, 9 out of 10 rapes go unreported. This means that out of the 1,431 reported cases last year, there were actually more than 14,000 rape incidents that happened in our country in 2002 alone. The number of reported rape cases has been steadily increasing with a slight dip in year 2000. Statistics last year shows that only about 20% of rape incidents happened in public places, while nearly 70% of them happened in the "safety" of homes. Nearly 80% of rapists are people known by the survivor. A research done by a local women's organisation shows that almost all convicted rapists believe themselves to be faultless and undeserving of their punishment. A quick look at the reported cases in the press shows that there is no single profile of rape survivors, save that they are all women (since rape is a gender specific crime in this country) - females as young as a few months old to elderly grandmothers and girls clad in baju kurung to miniskirts have been subjected to rape.

i feel that this report telling us that women should all wear thick clothes l0l



Again,clothes have nothing to do with rape.Rape cases often occur so randomly that they wont have enough time to judge whether you are sexy or beautiful
Posted 5/12/08
it scares me when i see it here but those freaks do it as its a fetish their not roght in the head to go get a girlfriend or have 1 nite stand
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I'd be pissed... They give guys a bad name... and does PIGS don't deserve to live... <_<;
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hongzang wrote:

Malaysia RAPE Report~

Research has shown that rape is the most underreported crimes in the world. In Malaysia, 9 out of 10 rapes go unreported. This means that out of the 1,431 reported cases last year, there were actually more than 14,000 rape incidents that happened in our country in 2002 alone. The number of reported rape cases has been steadily increasing with a slight dip in year 2000. Statistics last year shows that only about 20% of rape incidents happened in public places, while nearly 70% of them happened in the "safety" of homes. Nearly 80% of rapists are people known by the survivor. A research done by a local women's organisation shows that almost all convicted rapists believe themselves to be faultless and undeserving of their punishment. A quick look at the reported cases in the press shows that there is no single profile of rape survivors, save that they are all women (since rape is a gender specific crime in this country) - females as young as a few months old to elderly grandmothers and girls clad in baju kurung to miniskirts have been subjected to rape.

i feel that this report telling us that women should all wear thick clothes l0l



Again,clothes have nothing to do with rape.Rape cases often occur so randomly that they wont have enough time to judge whether you are sexy or beautiful


Reply~

These are facts and numbers which effectively debunk most of our common beliefs about rape. If rape is about behaviour and clothes, then surely only one specific type of woman gets raped. If rape is about not going out late at night, then surely rapes should only happen after 7pm, outside of the homes by strangers. If terribly severe punishments can stop rape, then how does this work on most rapists who think they have not committed a crime since they are faultless in their actions; surely cases should have decreased in commensuration with harsher punishments through the years. If rape is the act of psychotics, then how is it possible that there are more than ten thousand madmen walking in our streets in a perfectly normal way?

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Question By A Student In Singapore~

How do we perceive men and women on the issue of sexuality? Do we think and encourage the perpetuation of the belief that men are dictated by their sexual urges and have a right to fulfill them, or else all hell would break lose? Do we encourage girls or women to think that they are sexual objects merely to be valued on a superficial level?
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One of the Rape victim story~

Lisa* came to Malaysia to study graphic design in a local college. She had been looking forward to it because she heard from her friends and relatives that the college she was attending was well recognised, and that Malaysia was generally a friendly place. When she arrived, she rented a room in a student house and had a daily routine of going to classes, joining her housemates for dinner and doing her coursework in the evenings. She did not go out much because she was only in the country for a few months and did not know many people.

Her landlord's son, Ben, also lived in the same house. Lisa wasn't very comfortable around him as he liked to walk around the house with only his towel on. He also liked to make rude, sexist remarks and jokes whenever she was around. The rest of the household told her that they were used to his behaviour, and advised her to be patient and ignore him, so she did. However, he liked to corner her in the kitchen and asked her frivolous questions about herself whenever she was there to make a drink. She tried her best to be friendly without encouraging his behaviour, while making sure she did not linger in the common areas of the house alone.

One morning, Lisa was feeling unwell and stayed at home. At that time, she thought no one else was in. Then, there was a knock at her door, and when she answered it, it was Ben. He locked the door behind him as soon as he walked in and tried to kiss her. Lisa became very frightened and tried to stop him. Ben called her a tease and continued to force himself on her. He warned her that if she struggled, he would spread rumours about her 'loose' character, evict her from the house, and make sure that she cannot get another place to stay. Lisa tried to scream and push him away, but he quickly grabbed her by the shoulders and pushed her on the bed, and raped her. Ben told her that no one would believe her story, and threatened to kill her if she told anyone.

After he left, Lisa locked herself up in the room and cried. She was shaking from fear and did not know what to. She was afraid that no one would not believe her. Lisa did not even know where the nearest police station was. Lisa was afraid that everyone would blame her for what had happened.

Lisa is not alone. Often the victim is blamed for rape, but it needs to be stressed that rape is not the fault of the victim. Rape is not provoked by women wearing sexy clothes or behaving seductively - many teenagers in uniforms have been raped. It is also not an "over-spill" of sexual energy, or an impulsive crime. Rape is a violation of the victim's will and her body - no woman asks to be raped - and rape is a crime of violence using sex as a weapon. A high percentage of rapists are acquaintances, "friends" and relatives, and approximately 69.4% of rapes occurred in "safe" places (houses, schools etc.)

Legally, rape is the insertion of the penis into the vagina against the will of the victim. However, if the victim is under 16 years of age, sex with or without consent is statutory rape. Section 376 of the Penal Code states that whoever commits rape shall be punished with imprisonment for a minimum term of five years and a maximum term of twenty years, and shall be liable to whipping.

Rape is one of the most abhorrent crimes in society. Sadly, research shows that for every case that is reported, nine goes unreported. We can all play a part in eliminating this crime by living our lives based on mutual respect for the opposite gender.
Speak up against anything that treats women as inferior to men, and which is disrespectful.

Wat Man Should DO and NOT DO~

Do not condone sexist remarks or jokes, or anything which regards women as nothing more than sex objects. You will probably never see a rape in progress, but you will see and hear attitudes and behaviors that degrade women and promote rape. When your best friend tells a joke about rape, say you don't find it funny. When you read an article that blames a rape survivor for being assaulted, write a letter to the editor. When laws are proposed that limit women's rights, let politicians know that you won't support them. Do anything but remain silent.

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Think there is a strong link between raping and the rapist's childhood.
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YESSS!!!
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Taken from the manga "Bitter Virgin"




That guy deserved it! <_<;
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thesilverballer wrote:

Taken from the manga "Bitter Virgin"




That guy deserved it! <_<;



Yup yup i agree , that pretty cute i try it later hahahahah , thx
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most rape happens by family members. this is in the uk of course (i don't have stats for other countries). that means that more than 50% of victims know their attacker previous to the assault. therefore this statement is not true:

Rape cases often occur so randomly that they wont have enough time to judge whether you are sexy or beautiful.

The majority of rapists plan their attacks, and will rape repeatedly until they are caught. Rape is not just a spur of the moment thing - it's malicious and planned (normally).
sooo to answer the question: whenever i hear about rape, i feel sick. and if the woman is lying, i feel sick too. there's no point blaming anyone until the case has been tried. the world has loads of bad stuff happening.
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