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Quoting Carissa Biron:" To me I think it would depend on specifically what he had done. I knew a guy who was a registered sex ... [snip!] ... If someone did though and they know what he did I wouldnt judge her, maybe they would be meant to be together and be happy.."
wait, did you really just say that "the wife drove him to rape her"? Cause it was her fault?
That's disgusting. How can you even think that!
So I just had this thread brought up in another thread, and just to clarify I was repeating what the husband said about the situation, not my opinionon what happened.
They're pretty awful people, but not as bad as the one who did the crimes.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Carissa Biron:</b>" So I just had this thread brought up in another thread, and just to clarify I was repeating what the husband said about the situation, not my opinionon what happened."</blockquote>
You said he doesn't deserve to be alone forever because he says she made him do it and he wouldn't do it to anyone else.
Pretty clear you have some sympathy for him.
Agh no. his words were she drove him to it and he would never do it to anyone else. Obviously rape is not ok under an circumstances, yocan't "drive"someone to rape you. I do take back my words though that he deserves to be happy. He dosent deserve anything... But if he did get a gf years down the road (which I doubt he would) and she stayed with him knowing what he had done, well I would think she was an ,. But I wouldnt try and convince her to leave him either, she can make poor choices if she wants to. If it was someone I loved that dated a guy knowing he was a sex offender, I would judge them pretty harshly and I wouldnt be ok with it at all, cause their my family/friend, and thats dangerous.
Quoting Carissa Biron:" Agh no. his words were she drove him to it and he would never do it to anyone else. Obviously rape is ... [snip!] ... I would judge them pretty harshly and I wouldnt be ok with it at all, cause their my family/friend, and thats dangerous."
You've chnged your tune from the other thread!
Quoting ♛Queen Boo♛:" You've chnged your tune from the other thread!"
People don't like hearing they are wrong!
<blockquote><b>Quoting ♛Queen Boo♛:</b>" You've chnged your tune from the other thread!"</blockquote>
No, I havent. I said from the beginning that rape is not ok under any circumstance, in any form. Last night I actually found the video fromthe party and looked at the pics, and I feel so bad for that girl. I think they really did full on rape her. I mean the kid admits to it in the video! And he says they did pee on her. And you can hear the guy in the background saying "what if that was your daughter" and "I have lost all respect for you, you don't do that to a person". Oh and based on the tweets and some of the things he says, it sounds like he had something against her from the beginning. Which is crazy, its like he targeted her.
Absolutely she is.
I was molested when I was 4 and the man's wife knew and allowed it to happen. She actively encouraged it, and encouraged her sons to do it as well...then would place the blame on ME, a 4 year old little girl.
I hope she f**king dies.
If they were standing in front of me I would stab both of them multiple times and then chop them into pieces and set them on fire.
And that's going easy on them.
Quoting The Doctor:" That is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard. Someone does not "drive someone" to rape them. Blaming the victim. Fun."
It still amazes met hat our society teaches "Don't get raped" rather than "Don't Rape."
Now... I refuse to answer this question only because everyone has a story. You can get a sex offender charge for a lot of things. Like senior in high school who just turned 18 and his 16 year old girlfriend who will be 17 shortly.. mom is a little pissed they are having sex... I get it.
Now, if this "man" is doing these things in the next room while this woman is just bakin' cookies for the church bake sale... then yeah that's pretty fucked up.