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Women are asking to get raped by wearing short skirts. Really?
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If that's the case why just stop at short skirts? why not short pants, tight jeans, tight shirts etc, they will just end up banning everything that they think is sexual. If a guy can't keep it in his pants that's his problem and should be punished without remorse.

stupid rule, I say let the women wear all the short skirts they want
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Do you girls really think rapists are caring what you wear anyway? Its all a power trip in the mind of a rapist. They dominate you and get off not on the sexual experience but their power over you... The scarier ones get off on violence.
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Quezz wrote:

Dave Chappelle Explains It The Best.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fL-1kHxsavI

But guys that sexually assault women are going to do it even if all women wore trash bags and orange socks. They don't care what you got on they just want some sex.


Damn you posted it first. Yeah women should be allowed to dress in mini-skirts and not have to worry about getting raped but .. you may be treated differently.

Edit - well just a short skirt doesn't count but dressing slutty you will get some looks .. don't blame us on that I mean if you put it out there guys are gonna look.
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i always crack up when i see that vid lol
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Wearing a revealing article of clothing means that a woman is asking to be raped....
Well that's a bit interesting. Here's a challenge though, find me someone who actually wants to be raped.

I'm gonna jump ahead and disregard any joking comments made. You probably don't have any answer for me besides "No one I know." or "No one at all."

The whole "asking for it" issue is complete crap, obviously, but there is some ground behind that idea. Perhaps not in the example of a woman wearing a short skirt necessarily, but it does sort of ride along with that fact in a way. What I'm getting at is the attitude, actions, and body cues that some women give off when they dress in revealing outfits. While their behavior doesn't give anyone a go ahead to rape them in a back alley it may give off the impression that they are a bit more open to sexual interaction at the time and unintentionally "asking for it" from the lower dregs of society. This of course is not correct but it's kind of the mentality from the other side a bit.

The rape thing comes down to an issue of respect for others. Many people have this, men included, but some don't. These are the people who don't care about the victim, regardless of any words afterwards. As has been stated by most of the others and I will reiterate myself, a person can and possibly will be raped regardless of what they are wearing, whether that is an outfit of beach underwear, short shorts and a low cut tank top or a full Victorian era getup.
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Oh, goody. A hot political topic about abuse and the objectification of women, on a website that plays plenty of videos that entertain us with that exact content. People are sooo complicated. Well, before I start watching said videos (and I will!)...

Rape is not about sex, it's about control and power. Babies, to the very old, are targets for rapists. No one, female or male, is safe. It's just that young women are the prized targets of the majority of sexual predators because our society (planet) objectifies women as sex objects. When woman are no longer viewed as sexually relevant, they are basically null objects. Men, however, somehow remain sexually relevant until they are dead. It's about power, Baby.

Kinda screwed up... fu fu fu.

Laws that assign blame and responsibility to women for being raped are the tip of an enormous underlying iceberg of cultural misogyny that will take lifetimes to change. We've barely made a dent, and the battle is uphill.

Witness how many comments in this thread, even from women, basically say it should be OK for women to dress "slutty". Where does that definition come from?

Witness how many of us have been wired to enjoy the sexual objectification of (mostly) young women in the anime and manga we watch. Want to discuss the embedded Asian misogyny against ALL women?

Even now, women cannot own their own bodies the way men can. Laws are being passed, all over America, that are affecting women and limiting their rights. So much for our so-called Land of the Free. If people want this to stop they have to be unflinching warriors and confront their own sexist behavior and their own compliance (and silence) when others are sexist. You did know that we are talking about sexism, ne?

Women who empower themselves are referred to as feminazis, bitches, whores, etc. Women who advocate for women's issues and equal rights are pressured to feel ashamed to call themselves Feminists.

Once again, kinda screwed up... fu fu fu.

The most depressing is when other women pressure their own sisters to keep quiet, or act like it doesn't matter. Makes me think of what people of color experience when members of their community argue against civil rights because of the risk of retaliation.

It's really a sick world we have all been born into. We have to think critically about the wrong we see in the world and all the little ways we can open our own eyes and the eyes of our lovely sisters and brothers.

Speaking of eyes, I feel those videos calling. Nice sharing.


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Posted 3/31/12 , edited 3/31/12

haikinka wrote:

I wear short skirts for just this reason, yet it never happens :(


Dude your so close to being super hilarious. Granted I understood what you were trying to say so I laughed, but the topic was very clear to state woman wearing short skirts and not men.

Also he meant that by wearing a short skirt a woman would come up to him and rape him LOLOLOLOLOL.

edit: my view on this is that if women were more modest it would reduce the raping by a 0.5 percent. Here is why, if a man who can't control himself due to him being a predator ect..... sees you dressed in skimpy outfits , he is more easily aroused causing a higher chance for said women wearing skimpy clothing to get raped by said sexual predator/rapist.

Now they aren't asking for it, but they also have to understand that it definitely doesn't fucking help to wear skimpy outfits. Now should women be allowed to wear what they want? Yes they should be. Should they get raped by wearing certain clothes? No, that should be up to the man to control themselves, however, women you have to understand, its easier for men to control themselves when you wear decent clothes.
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Even if rape would completely disappear by prohibiting mini skirts it would still be plain wrong. I mean mini skirts look soo good.
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My cat is asking to get killed. It's shedding everywhere.
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I can't tell you how many guys I had to beat off because they considered a short dress "an invitation"


*cough* I feel so ashamed for my current lulz...
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Oh, come on. I just like to see legs once in awhile.
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cronozj wrote:

Do you girls really think rapists are caring what you wear anyway? Its all a power trip in the mind of a rapist. They dominate you and get off not on the sexual experience but their power over you... The scarier ones get off on violence.


<.< I love how you directed this to the females. We know fully well it doesn't matter what we wear.
Posted 3/31/12

BlaculaKuchuki wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

I can't tell you how many guys I had to beat off because they considered a short dress "an invitation"


*cough* I feel so ashamed for my current lulz...


Knowing the below average maturity level of the typical CR user, I deliberately left it that way just to see if anyone would interpret it incorrectly.

Thank you for proving my point.
Posted 3/31/12

LosingOrbit wrote:


BlaculaKuchuki wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

I can't tell you how many guys I had to beat off because they considered a short dress "an invitation"


*cough* I feel so ashamed for my current lulz...


Knowing the below average maturity level of the typical CR user, I deliberately left it that way just to see if anyone would interpret it incorrectly.

Thank you for proving my point. :D


lol but wait if you noticed it too, and left it out as troll bait, wouldn't that sort of imply that your mind is as messed up as mine?
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FreeHorses92 wrote:


cronozj wrote:

Do you girls really think rapists are caring what you wear anyway? Its all a power trip in the mind of a rapist. They dominate you and get off not on the sexual experience but their power over you... The scarier ones get off on violence.


<.< I love how you directed this to the females. We know fully well it doesn't matter what we wear.


Well i directed my comment towards females... because i would say at least 9 out of 10 rape cases are females >.> But I'm sorry.... lemme rephrase...

Do you PEOPLE really think rapists are caring what you wear anyway? >.>
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