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slutwalk user banned
7th Mar '13

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktRTYNsLtGM



agree disagree?

♥ laura-marie + 1 1 child; Stalybridge, United Kingdom 1334 posts
7th Mar '13

yeah I think he makes sense.

~*Julie Blue Eyes*~ 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6245 posts
7th Mar '13

Agree. I had a debate about almost exactly what he says in this video, and was called a "rape apologist" for suggesting that women must be more careful and take more precautions.



Nobody asks to be raped, but taking precautions for your own safety is just good common sense.

Mrs.Rachael +2.5 Due November 28 (girl); 18 kids; Shreveport, Louisiana 10326 posts
7th Mar '13

Makes total sense to me. You can still be raped wearing a t shirt and jeans but I do agree, if you are going to a simiinar on how you can make the risk less, well, then that information is completely warranted.

user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
7th Mar '13

in a perfect world women could wear and do what they wanted but we dont live in a perfect world

Drunk Blair Waldorf 2 kids; Alpharetta, Georgia 19208 posts
7th Mar '13

Homg. :lol:



So much truth in his video. And he cracked me up.

♥ laura-marie + 1 1 child; Stalybridge, United Kingdom 1334 posts
7th Mar '13
Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):" Homg. :lol: So much truth in his video. And he cracked me up."


I know right! I thought he was really funny =]

Drunk Blair Waldorf 2 kids; Alpharetta, Georgia 19208 posts
7th Mar '13
Quoting ♥ laura-marie + 1:" I know right! I thought he was really funny =] "


"Women who wear jeans aren't going to end up with a fist up their vaginas." Bahahaha



Everything he said was correct. No, you shouldn't get raped. Nobody is saying you deserve to get raped. But we as women should also be taking precautions because this isn't a perfect world and there are men out there who regress back to the id and when they see what they want, they take it.



Act like a lady, you'll be more likely to be treated like one. Common sense.

♥ laura-marie + 1 1 child; Stalybridge, United Kingdom 1334 posts
7th Mar '13
Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):" "Women who wear jeans aren't going to end up with a fist up their vaginas." Bahahaha Everything he ... [snip!] ... and when they see what they want, they take it. Act like a lady, you'll be more likely to be treated like one. Common sense."


hahaha f**king hilarious =]
and yeah definately. Everything he said was right. no one deserves it but yeah some women dont help themselves either.

Mrs.Rachael +2.5 Due November 28 (girl); 18 kids; Shreveport, Louisiana 10326 posts
7th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):</b>" "Women who wear jeans aren't going to end up with a fist up their vaginas." Bahahaha Everything he ... [snip!] ... and when they see what they want, they take it. Act like a lady, you'll be more likely to be treated like one. Common sense."</blockquote>



Agreed. Children should be able to run around naked in the front yard playing in the sprinklers while mom is in the kitchen cooking lunch, that doesn't mean us as parents don't understand why that shouldn't happen.

Drunk Blair Waldorf 2 kids; Alpharetta, Georgia 19208 posts
7th Mar '13
Quoting Mrs.Rachael +2:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):</b>" "Women who wear jeans aren't ... [snip!] ... while mom is in the kitchen cooking lunch, that doesn't mean us as parents don't understand why that shouldn't happen."


Exactly.

user banned 2 kids; Silly, Belgium 6539 posts
7th Mar '13

I don't really like a lot of what he was saying. There were a lot of apple and oranges comparisons that I thought were unfair. Like the weight loss seminar thing, it's very different than rape prevention. We already know that statistically speaking most rapes happen by someone the victim knows anyway, so it shouldn't matter whether or not she's dressed like a "slut." It's just another way for men to try and control women, IMO. I have the option to wear a burka or a bikini, and that's my freedom as a woman in this country and no one has the right to tell me what I can and can't wear or try to make me feel badly about it. It's validating the animal urges that rapists have. It's just another way of saying that men can't be blamed for not controlling themselves if they see a woman showing off her goods. Also what he said about "statistically, women who don't wear skirts up to their twats are less likely to get a fist in their vagina" or whatever pissed me off. Girls in Pakistan get acid thrown in their face for rejecting marriage proposals and then punished for being raped, even if no one has ever seen anything more than their eyes, so that's bullshit and it doesn't need to be said. A woman's sexuality is something only she has a right to have an opinion of, and her body is something that only she has a right to permit others entry to and that's all there is to it.

~*Julie Blue Eyes*~ 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6245 posts
7th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Pusherman:</b>" I don't really like a lot of what he was saying. There were a lot of apple and oranges comparisons that ... [snip!] ... an opinion of, and her body is something that only she has a right to permit others entry to and that's all there is to it."</blockquote>



Do you lock your doors at night? Do you walk down dark allies without a second thought?

user banned 2 kids; Silly, Belgium 6539 posts
7th Mar '13
Quoting ~Julie Blue Eyes~:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Pusherman:</b>" I don't really like a lot of what he was saying. ... [snip!] ... there is to it."</blockquote> Do you lock your doors at night? Do you walk down dark allies without a second thought?"


I understand what you're trying to say, and I get that. Of course I lock my doors and I avoid dark alleys. I also dress modestly, personally. But I support a woman's right to dress how she wants because freedom of expression. I also figure a lot of women who attended a seminar like that likely had something to be afraid of or perhaps experienced sexual assault or rape for themselves, and them being told to not dress like sluts isn't something that a woman needs to hear.

~*Julie Blue Eyes*~ 1 child; Nunya, CA, United States 6245 posts
7th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Pusherman:</b>" I understand what you're trying to say, and I get that. Of course I lock my doors and I avoid dark ... [snip!] ... sexual assault or rape for themselves, and them being told to not dress like sluts isn't something that a woman needs to hear. "</blockquote>



I was raped when I was 16. I went to a party with friends and knew almost everyone there. It was a "safe" environment, I thought. But I got drunk. Really drunk. To the point that I was too incoherrant to leave with the group of friend I came with. I had passed out. I was raped in that drunken stupor. Did I deserve to be raped? Of course not! BUT, had I not been stupid drunk, I'd have been able to make better choices and I'd have left with my friends. I would have not been raped. I literally put myself in that position. That doesn't make what he did right. Just saying that it could have gone another way, had I been more responsible in my own choices.