See that picture, this is what feminazi’s are trying to elicit in anyone that is listening to them talk about violence towards women, especially lawmakers minds on what men do after a rape. There is of course many problems with the accusation of a rape culture.
We as men, the vast majority of us, do not go around high fiving each other when we hear of a girl getting raped. We do not fantasize about raping women, we do not secretly or publicly celebrate any violence towards woman, we also, and a point forgotten in any ‘discussion’ (can any news story or media outlet covering anything now a days really be called a discussion? More of a one sided propaganda piece.) – which is, we also don’t celebrate violence outwardly or inwardly against men or children either. Okay. You’re gonna bring up boxing, UFC, and violent sports as a celebration – but there is a significant difference between celebrating masculine violence on another man when it is a consensual battle between two men, of comparable traits and physique – which much to the modern feminist’s chagrin, means we would never celebrate a man fighting a woman in boxing or UFC. Just as we wouldn’t if a child were fighting a grown man.
Rape is wrong. Violence is wrong. Compartmentalizing violence is wrong. Is there a murder culture because there’s a lot of murders. Apparently all these murderers are getting away with this crime because the Patriarchy has put laws in place that allow murderers (who I’m assuming you as the reader automatically naturally pictured men as your first image of a murderer) to commit murders, and promotes covering up the murders. I’m not a murderer, and I’m not a rapist. I am neither a potential murderer nor a potential rapist. Enough. This accusation of a rape culture is complete lunacy and a clear attack on men’s rights.
Here’s an excerpt from Paul Elam on an article over at A Voice For Men:
When I was a young soldier I had the misfortune of being robbed and beaten while walking back to the barracks from an enlisted man’s club late at night with a friend of mine. Four men, all armed with some variation of a club, literally jumped out of the bushes and attacked us.
I suffered a couple of broken ribs, head to toe bruising and a couple of fairly respectable cuts. My friend was struck on the head with a wine bottle resulting in a severe concussion and 17 stitches in his scalp.
We were both stripped naked and left on the side of the road in 20 degree weather.
The Army Criminal Investigation Division (C.I.D.) questioned us like we were the criminals, caught exactly no one and went on to fail at other investigations in pretty short order. The guys in the barracks turned it in to a joke and made fun of us for a month or so.
Again, is this a violence culture? Sounds an awful lot like what happens when a girl gets raped and tries to report it, especially in the military. Hmmmn… so it’s only substantial and a culture when it’s against women? Men as victims of violence doesn’t matter. Why? Because we are assumed to be more powerful? More capable of dealing with this violence? Is that the feminist argument of equality? If so, it’s an admittance that they aren’t equal, and equality is not their mission.
There was some recent rape culture accusations of the military by the media and feminists after soldier Myla Haider and others filed a lawsuit against the US military. Myla claims that her reporting these accusations would have been and subsequently were brushed aside, and that just bringing up the complaint would, and did damage her career in the military, (of course accusing someone falsely would have the same consequence but only for the accused). There has been extensive coverage on this case on places like CNN. Check out a brief interview here:
Of course, if this girl was raped and all of these things were done to her, then yes, it is terrible. That’s not my point. It is implied that only women get raped in the military and only women are treated like such, by the coverage of a woman’s victimhood over a man’s victimhood. This is a subtle but deliberate gesture to create a false concept of a rape culture. Here’s a little article that didn’t receive the same attention:
Bermuda Regiment should not have tried to hush-up the attempted rape of a soldier in Grenada, according to a conscript who was on the 2005 hurricane-relief trip.
The man, who asked not to be named, told The Royal Gazette he was “disgusted” that the Regiment claimed in 2009 to have had no reports of sexual misconduct since 2002.
This newspaper asked the Regiment directly about the Grenada incident in September 2009 after investigating and uncovering 14 allegations of sexual assault or harassment made by male soldiers at Warwick Camp between 1989 and 2002.
But then public relations officer Major George Jones refused to comment.
The former soldier said “everybody” on the Grenada trip knew a private had assaulted another private at knifepoint and that the incident was sexual.
“I am disgusted by the Regiment’s insistence that there have not been any instances of sexual assault within the Regiment since 2002,” he said.
“It baffles me that the Regiment had no idea the incident was already public knowledge. The perpetrator was sentenced to some time in the Regiment lock-up on his return to Bermuda and then released back onto an unsuspecting public.
“The alleged victim was given a discharge from the Regiment, presumably to keep him quiet.”
Sounds familiar doesn’t it? BTW, the officer that was raped was a man. What’s my point?
There’s no rape culture. Rape happens to men and women. When dealing with violence, go after violence, not violence against women, but violence against everyone. Rape is rape, covering it up is not a culture of misogynists and rape lovers – or is it the fabled “Grand ol’ Patriarch” rearing its head – It is that people who commit these crimes, and who hold positions of power over people that commit these crimes, be they men or women, do not want this to get out. They want to cover it up, because of guilt, and getting away with it, and if you are in a place of power over people who commit these crimes, you will be identified with these crimes regardless. It is a fear based reaction to push it under the rug. It has absolutely nothing to do with a bullshit rape culture.
Saying and accusing the society we live in, and thus all men that live in this society, or anyone who disagrees with you is a misogynist or a rape culture supporter is defamatory, and should be condemned by all people.
Again, feminism doesn’t want equality, it wants supremacy. Feminists hate themselves and their sex, much more than they hate us, and much more than they claim we hate them.
The laws in place to protect women, were put in place by men, before feminism. It has been my understanding that Rape was illegal before 1960. I guess in feminist history re-writes, it wasn’t and we as men all love rape.
Wake up men… and women.