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Posted 12/8/15 , edited 12/8/15

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eclair-lumiere wrote:

India has a terrible misogynistic rape culture (as an earlier poster has already said) so unfortunately this isn't surprising. It's disgusting and sick and needs to stop, but if anything it is become more common.

Rather than countries like India moving forward and getting rid of this sick way of thinking, it's spreading. Countries like the USA and the UK (yes, I'm insulting my own country, us brits are far from perfect) are starting to move toward this. It's becoming okay to rape someone. We're no longer moving forwards when it comes to women's rights. We're all going backwards.


What.

Last I checked, colleges in the U.S. are over-reacting by declaring a male automatically guilty if a female simply accuses him of rape.
Backwards, yes; but it's not woman's rights that are being regressed, as they are given the benefit of the doubt whenever rape is called, regardless if it is a male that is calling it.

The only people that get a pass to which the girl is considered a liar are when (college and high school) athletes are involved, because HURR DURR FOOTBALL MAKES MONEY, NO TOUCHY THE MONEY MAKER QUARTERBACK sports culture.


Everyone knows rape is wrong. Same goes with murder and theft and treason. They're all illegal and it's common knowledge that they are usually abhorrent acts that are punishable with potentially heavy sentences.

We don't have a murder culture or a theft culture or a treason culture simply because people murder and steal and betray their homeland, and such accusations stay with a person just like rape accusations do. How is it we have a rape culture?
Posted 12/8/15
Reminds me of that one horror movie were some guys took a corpse that is alive...ish and continued to use her in some chamber...
All the boys eventually catch something and die.
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Posted 12/8/15

Pendrick wrote:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8Qp38qT-xI

Posted 12/8/15

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Pendrick wrote:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8Qp38qT-xI



tell me, what is it about?
i can't watch stuff on YouTube right now.
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Well now more shit happend, and cind of like the one in India but maybe not as hard, still on a quite young one... and just guess who would do such to young girls....

TWIS
German case written by Russian news page?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wz21ai8dglY
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Sad considering that province is where Buddhism originated. Smh, rapists are a disgrace to humanity.
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ibrahim2712 wrote: Smh, rapists are a disgrace to humanity.
says griffith!

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eclair-lumiere wrote:


And I am aware that countries like that have never considered women equal. But the problem is we are not getting an anti-feminism movement in western countries. Whether that's due to influences from countries like India, or whether the cause is something els ei don't know. But it's very worrying.



I have never seen anyone from western countries saying that they are against equality.

Yes, there are many who are anti-feminism but they are against the radical feminists (ie. the ones who blame men for all women's problems, the ones who want more rights than men, the ones who believe they are better than men, the ones who complain about everything a man does, the ones who kill their little sons just because they hate men etc) and not against equality between the sexes, we just don't like the radical ones. Yes, I include myself...as a woman, I don't consider myself a feminist. I'm more of an egalitarian because I will stand up for the problems of women AND men.


That's unfortunate for the poor woman. India is on my "never-to-visit" country list along with all the middle east.

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ibrahim2712 wrote: Smh, rapists are a disgrace to humanity.
says griffith!



LOL I DIDN'T EVEN REALIZE THAT
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why do people even travel to these sh... hole countries in the first place.. Just like the American idiot that got arrested in North Korea.
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I have never seen anyone from western countries saying that they are against equality.

Yes, there are many who are anti-feminism but they are against the radical feminists (ie. the ones who blame men for all women's problems, the ones who want more rights than men, the ones who believe they are better than men, the ones who complain about everything a man does, the ones who kill their little sons just because they hate men etc) and not against equality between the sexes, we just don't like the radical ones. Yes, I include myself...as a woman, I don't consider myself a feminist. I'm more of an egalitarian because I will stand up for the problems of women AND men.


That's unfortunate for the poor woman. India is on my "never-to-visit" country list along with all the middle east.



If they were only against radicals then they would be horribly misinformed. Feminism isn't a radical movement. But it isn't just radical feminists they are against anyway. They are against all forms of feminism (hence the name). Some of them seem to think that ALL women see ALL men as rapists so they'll prove their point by...becoming rapists...yeah, makes perfect sense. You accuse me of being something so I will prove I'm not by becoming the thing you accused me off -_-

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