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Japanese Legislation Downplay on Rape
Posted 8/29/09 , edited 4/20/10
I mean rape myth in the Japanese criminal justice system, really? Really?

Oh but that's what the Japanese criminal justice system is doing with rape crime. For you see, when you have a system that downplays on rape, suddenly the actual number of rape cases becomes lower than before. It's like magic!

Not only that, when you factor in the collectivist mentality that's the Japanese cultural influence, why should the individual Japanese populace ever questioning their own legislation? When the collectivist culture is all about "sacrificing the rights of an individual for the greater good", only this time the "greater good" is their criminal justice system created by the elitists of their society; the Japanese legislators. A Japanese who will change the status quote by challenging the lawmakers? That's unheard of.

And to think, the rape myth in the Japanese criminal justice system is not even protecting those Japanese women who have a rape fantasy fetish, simply because how gender bias it is.
Posted 8/29/09
I don't really consider it to be rape unless I forget to stuff some money down her throat after words.
Posted 8/29/09 , edited 8/29/09

LiquoriceJellyBean wrote:I don't really consider it to be rape unless I forget to stuff some money down her throat after words.
So by that very logic(http://www.wavaw.ca/index.cfm?page_id=21), do you consider the state of Japan is a nation of legal discrimination for women and children, due to their downplaying on rape crime with their gender bias "rape myth" system(http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0CTG/is_1_18/ai_96267469/) in the Japanese Criminal Justice System, yes or no?
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I think the Japanese violent pornography prevalence is a little exaggerated. I know it's alot, but I don't think it has an affect on the entire society's view of rape and sexuality. It's just sexism.
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Yei wrote:

I think the Japanese violent pornography prevalence is a little exaggerated. I know it's alot, but I don't think it has an affect on the entire society's view of rape and sexuality. It's just sexism.


I agree with you. However I believe it may cause some who watch it to morally degenerate and consider violent rape for themselves. It may not affect the society as a whole, but it does affect those who watch it.
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digs wrote:I agree with you. However I believe it may cause some who watch it to morally degenerate and consider violent rape for themselves. It may not affect the society as a whole, but it does affect those who watch it.
What you've just described is an actual phenomenon called cultural influences in psychology(http://arjournals.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev.psych.53.100901.135200).

However, do keep in mind that the rape myth in the Japanese criminal justice system isn't just a simple act you can find in an entertainment medium. But rather it's a standard for discrimination of women and children within a legislation of state. So now it is a statewide effect of cultural "contamination" on the Japanese populace's overall morality, IMO.
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Posted 8/29/09 , edited 8/29/09
'well wen you look at the amount of faults claims of rape in America from angry ladies' You got to ask your self are ladies using the American Justice system to discriminate against males? Once we take a deeper look into that you might find that both sides equally need just as much work. But then wen you compare murder rates and all around crime rates, America has more than 12 times more crime per 10,000 people so they must be doing something right with there criminal justice system, compared to other places around the world such as America.
Posted 8/29/09

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'well wen you look at the amount of faults claims of rape in America from angry ladies' You got to ask your self are ladies using the American Justice system to discriminate against males? Once we take a deeper look into that you might find that both sides equally need just as much work. But then wen you compare murder rates and all around crime rates, America has more than 12 times more crime per 10,000 people so they must be doing something right with there criminal justice system, compared to other places around the world such as America.
The answer to your question: firearm ban(http://www.webmd.com/news/20060728/guns-up-testosterone-male-aggression?printing=true)
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Posted 8/29/09 , edited 8/29/09

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Darkphoenix3450 wrote:

'well wen you look at the amount of faults claims of rape in America from angry ladies' You got to ask your self are ladies using the American Justice system to discriminate against males? Once we take a deeper look into that you might find that both sides equally need just as much work. But then wen you compare murder rates and all around crime rates, America has more than 12 times more crime per 10,000 people so they must be doing something right with there criminal justice system, compared to other places around the world such as America.
The answer to your question: firearm ban(http://www.webmd.com/news/20060728/guns-up-testosterone-male-aggression?printing=true)


'I agree... Guns do have a large factor, odd enough playing violent video games do the same, but after wise the person is more capable of dealing with stress. What I am getting at is the same Rise you get from playing with guns can also help cope with stress. So if we ban guns, we should invest in bring out more violent games to play as well to knock-down crime rates even more. '
Posted 8/29/09

Darkphoenix3450 wrote:'I agree... Guns do have a large factor, odd enough playing violent video games do the same, but after wise the person is more capable of dealing with stress. What I am getting at is the same Rise you get from playing with guns can also help cope with stress. So if we ban guns, we should invest in bring out more violent games to play as well to knock-down crime rates even more. '
Nope, a more violent video game doesn't make people less violent. When there are those who like violent video games were already prone to violence behaviors to being with(http://scienceblogs.com/cognitivedaily/2007/06/this_is_your_brain_on_violent_1.php).

A lack of self-discipline is the only cause to violence, IMO. And what's to say that self-discipline isn't the same as self-taught?
Posted 8/29/09

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LiquoriceJellyBean wrote:I don't really consider it to be rape unless I forget to stuff some money down her throat after words.
So by that very logic(http://www.wavaw.ca/index.cfm?page_id=21), do you consider the state of Japan is a nation of legal discrimination for women and children, due to their downplaying on rape crime with their gender bias "rape myth" system(http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0CTG/is_1_18/ai_96267469/) in the Japanese Criminal Justice System, yes or no?

No.
Posted 8/29/09
And what's the validation that supports your claim? Or should I just take that as your mean to dismiss the entire argument?
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Posted 8/29/09

Yei wrote:

I think the Japanese violent pornography prevalence is a little exaggerated. I know it's alot, but I don't think it has an affect on the entire society's view of rape and sexuality. It's just sexism.


Posted 8/29/09
Feminism; makes men think from a woman's perspective, instead of having the women telling them to.

Proof that feminism is good for men.
Posted 8/29/09

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And what's the validation that supports your claim? Or should I just take that as your mean to dismiss the entire argument?


It was not a claim.

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LiquoriceJellyBean wrote:I don't really consider it to be rape unless I forget to stuff some money down her throat after words.
So by that very logic(http://www.wavaw.ca/index.cfm?page_id=21), do you consider the state of Japan is a nation of legal discrimination for women and children, due to their downplaying on rape crime with their gender bias "rape myth" system(http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0CTG/is_1_18/ai_96267469/) in the Japanese Criminal Justice System, yes or no?

Please read your own post before responding so aggressively.

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