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Florida boy, 9, threatened with sexual harassment charges for writing love note
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What's everyone arguing about again?
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First that no a reason for the ass of a comment you made about my gender. Do you know how many girls come on to guys while they are drunk ? I am suppose to no have sex with a girl even thou she the one who came on to me ? What I am suppose to do ? Say no to sex, because she drunk, even thou she the one coming on to me ? Do you believe girls are pure or something ?

Nope.This doesn't count. You ether say no or yes. You are capable of stopping it any time you want. Girl do you know what seduction is ? Some times you need to push and other time back away. Maybe is being pushy but unless you SAY NO. isn't rape. The best you could argue is that you did something you are no sure about with somebody. Yes or No. I feel like you never deal with somebody who is unsure about having sex. Because if you ever have been in that situation. You will know how this comment doesn't make sense has argument.

There are certain situation where even if they didn't outright say "NO!" it could still be rape. For example, a girl could feel a bit uneasy and say "i'm not really sure if I want to" and the guy takes that pretty much as a yes.


No isn't. Maybe if you apply it without context. Some people are into that you know. Look it up on google. You will see people who let their partner have sex with them, while they sleep. Is a fetish.

But of course having sex with anyone who is unconscious is rape.

WTF GIRL. Why are you taking this to the extreme ? I don't think it take a genius to understand why is this wrong but is completely unrelated to what we are talking about.

Also, a girl could be given more alcohol then she thought she was drinking, or drugged.


You know what, let just stop this conversation here between you and me. Jesus Christ! Why do people always have to take something and turn into a worst case scenario shit.
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First that no a reason for the ass of a comment you made about my gender. Do you know how many girls come on to guys while they are drunk ? I am suppose to no have sex with a girl even thou she the one who came on to me ? What I am suppose to do ? Say no to sex, because she drunk, even thou she the one coming on to me ? Do you believe girls are pure or something ?

Nope.This doesn't count. You ether say no or yes. You are capable of stopping it any time you want. Girl do you know what seduction is ? Some times you need to push and other time back away. Maybe is being pushy but unless you SAY NO. isn't rape. The best you could argue is that you did something you are no sure about with somebody. Yes or No. I feel like you never deal with somebody who is unsure about having sex. Because if you ever have been in that situation. You will know how this comment doesn't make sense has argument.

There are certain situation where even if they didn't outright say "NO!" it could still be rape. For example, a girl could feel a bit uneasy and say "i'm not really sure if I want to" and the guy takes that pretty much as a yes.


No isn't. Maybe if you apply it without context. Some people are into that you know. Look it up on google. You will see people who let their partner have sex with them, while they sleep. Is a fetish.

But of course having sex with anyone who is unconscious is rape.

WTF GIRL. Why are you taking this to the extreme ? I don't think it take a genius to understand why is this wrong but is completely unrelated to what we are talking about.

Also, a girl could be given more alcohol then she thought she was drinking, or drugged.


You know what, let just stop this conversation here between you and me. Jesus Christ! Why do people always have to take something and turn into a worst case scenario shit.



I think it is a good idea that I stop discussing this with YOU at least. You clearly have no concept of consent at all. I just sincerely hope you don't come into contact with women often.
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Maybe I should rephrase but I am too lazy for that shit right now.
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Posted 11/19/15 , edited 11/20/15
This thread is turning into one trying to victimize the female sex as a whole. Again.
I hate modern feminism so much.

I'm not some dainty flower and if something happens to me because of my stupid decisions at least I'd take partial responsibility for that.

If anyone sees a child being arrested for an innocent "love" confession note as reasonable I cordially invite you to leave this earth.
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Are you done ?
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Are you done ?




Are you?
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Posted 11/19/15 , edited 11/20/15
How is anyone defending this scumbag little boy? Are you guys seriously THAT desensitized to rape culture? :/
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I respect people who take responsibility for their own actions. No I don't respect women. I respect the individuals. I amaze how something that happens to both genders, and yet you turn into a female only problem.



It's not a female only problem. Men can get raped too. But statistically it happens to women much more.

Also, everything you have said so far has been very offensive.
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Posted 11/19/15 , edited 11/20/15

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How is anyone defending this scumbag little boy? Are you guys seriously THAT desensitized to rape culture? :/


I hope you're trolling because if you're serious I would gladly make you look like your avatar. I will not be thrown in jail and seeing as an abusive pig because I'm a girl too and you know girls get away with violence a lot so get it on!

These feminazis ruin everything, now they're ruining the lives of little boys. I wish they would all fuckikng die.


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Posted 11/19/15 , edited 11/20/15

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I do see how given the topic, we did get to a discussion about sexual consent and rape, but I don't think anything constructive is going to be accomplished by continuing an antagonistic exchange along these lines. You've each sufficiently expressed your views, so let's leave it at that.

[ETA: I took a long time writing this and more posts happened while I was doing so. I've now deleted those. Please just let it rest.]

Regarding the opening post, I do think there's insufficient information for us bystanders to make a well informed judgment about the particular case cited.

If it was a case of the boy repeatedly sending notes that weren't wanted then I think this could be a good learning moment. Threatening to call in law authorities seems extreme, but trying to develop an understanding that it's not appropriate to keep pushing one's feelings at someone like that seems valuable to me. We know nothing of what the girl actually did in response, but it seems it may also have been a good opportunity to develop the ability to express "no" clearly and politely (if in fact she did not actually do that.)

It is a real cultural dilemma. There are a lot of positive messages about the value of persistence, and sticking to things to achieve one's goals, both in matters related to and not related to romance, and I think there is still an idea among some women and girls that a man/boy who is somewhat persistent is more deserving or worthy. Learning to discern when persistence is disrespectful (or actual harrassment) is an important thing to learn, but perhaps not particularly easy.
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That kid is not going to show his feelings to any girl ever and I hope the mom puts him in another school because he is going to bullied a lot.

I feel so sorry for the kid, scarred for life. Only in stupid america.
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Posted 11/19/15 , edited 11/20/15
Having sex with a drunken bitch isn't rape. Having sex with a bitch that is fuckin' wasted is rape.

A lot of women use alcohol as an excuse to let loose, or to build up their confidence to flirt. Same way guys may use it. It's normal. Not rape.

There's a difference and most people have the capability of being able to tell.

My advice though? Keep your dick in your pants and avoid the trouble. Most women can't tell the difference between drunken sex and rape these days. Now even guys get confused about the subject.

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Please explain to me how is offensive. Please do so in detail. And why should I care that is offensive, according to your opinion ?

And what ?
And why does that even matter ? Are you saying that rape is worst for women than it is for men ?


Because you are saying you can only rape someone if they outright say "NO" which is not the case. So you're basically condoning some forms of rape.

And no I didn't say that at all. I said it's statistically more likely. Learn to READ


If both parties are conscious and she didn't say "no" then it is not rape.

It is rape when she says "no" and the guy doesn't care and if she is knocked out and doesn't have the ability to speak.

I don't believe it is rape if the girl is drunk and doesn't say no or if she agreed and then later regretted it.

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Regarding the opening post, I do think there's insufficient information for us bystanders to make a well informed judgment about the particular case cited.

If it was a case of the boy repeatedly sending notes that weren't wanted then I think this could be a good learning moment. Threatening to call in law authorities seems extreme, but trying to develop an understanding that it's not appropriate to keep pushing one's feelings at someone like that seems valuable to me. We know nothing of what the girl actually did in response, but it seems it may also have been a good opportunity to develop the ability to express "no" clearly and politely (if in fact she did not actually do that.)


It's all about the individual circumstance. Is it abuse? Is it not? We don't know unless we have ALL the facts. Above, loreen somes it up pretty well.
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