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'questions' for men answered by woman
05/23/16, 00:02

>>>She's a Boxxy cosplayer turned popular vlogger.

She's been a vlogger since highschool. She did a Boxxy cosplay video. Once.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/22/16, 19:33

>>Well, it is true that someone's life is utterly fucked forever at the mere accusation of any kind of sexual crime, regardless of the credibility (hello, McMartin!). The default is guilty.

I'm not entirely disagreeing, but it's a separate issue, and you're overstating it. The McMartin case is hardly typical. In fact, according to an article I just looked up, it was the longest and most expensive trial in American history.

Also, the McMartin case led to certain reforms to prevent a repeat occurrence.

The McMartin case and the Duke rape case have two things in common: publicity and a politically ambitious prosecutor. In the case of the Duke Lacrosse team, the prosecutor was disbarred for withholding evidence. However, rape is hardly the only crime where a prosecutor overreaches

http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=144849

You're going to have a hard time convincing me that in a typical case of someone going to the police with an accusation of rape that is not credible, and when there's nothing in it for the prosecutor, the prosecutor is going to be gung-ho to take this to court. There's always a bit of a stigma when someone is arrested and indicted for a crime, but I'm not convinced it always gets that far.

However, in whatever percentage of cases a high profile (even within a local community) sex crime trial occurs, yeah, the publicity is particularly devestating on the defendant, no matter what the outcome of the trial is.

But the rape of a woman is even more unique in that practically no woman ever comes forward without being called a liar. And this is the unfortunate stereotype that led to rape being politicized by feminists. That's a good thing in that the stereotype being challenged. It's a bad thing in that change in the narrative led to new damaging stereotypes.

Pushing your feminist narrative of women telling the truth, or your MRA narrative of women lying, isn't going to help get justice. The truth is that the narrative is always different with every new case.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/22/16, 03:59

First paragraph in the above post is quote from Grandmaster Flash.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/22/16, 03:56

Well, all you have to do to prove to yourself that women lie about rape, and it's not particularly "rare," is actually read the research claiming to prove that they don't. When you actually look at the methodologies used, and the number of exceptions they have to put into place to arrive at that desired conclusion, you will recognize these studies for what they are: opinion pieces dressed up as research.

Okay, so I can't prove that you're a man, therefore you're a woman? That's essentially the logic you're using here.

>>>For a taste of what kind of things you'll see if you actually look: it's only a "lie" if the woman is prosecuted and found guilty of the lie, AND th an MRA blog?e study authors subjectively judged the lie to be "malicious." However, men are presumed guilty at the moment an accusation is made. If a man is exonerated in court, that's not counted as false accusation (and it would be improper to do so), but rather as a rapist gone free (also improper).

Well, the presumption of innocence means that the courts are supposed to be skewed in the opposite direction,. Since the burden is on the prosecution, and rape can be extraordinarily hard to prove , it's probable that plenty of rapists are getting away with it. I believe in the presumption of innocence, and I don't have a better solution for the justice system, but let's not get TOO outraged at the injustice of switching the burden of proof for a non-binding study.

I think that the kind of study you're describing has value, depending on how the data is used. Since you know how the data was compiled, they obviously weren't hiding it from you. The number of men who are getting away with rape is unknowable, but the number of men who MAY be getting away with it is knowable, and it's a clue. It's an outside number. It can be combined with the data from the courts to surmise the range of possibilities.

So, are you actually reading gender studies research, or did you get that information from A VOICE FOR MEN?
If you're hurting, tell someone.
05/22/16, 00:22

If you have Netflix, here's something that will cheer anybody up.

https://youtu.be/otgbBDaZzCw
If you're hurting, tell someone.
05/22/16, 00:17

Presidential Election years are usually edged with Anxiety, and this one is especially terrifying. It's just a weird time. Batman is trying to kill Superman. IronMan is trying to kill Captain America.
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05/21/16, 15:49

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Tig Notaro - 'Hello, I have Cancer!'
05/21/16, 15:47

Nicely done.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/21/16, 15:37

>>Men have always been the primary targets of things like "victim-blaming" and "normalized violence" and being judged "not likable,"

I don't agree. ALWAYS is a long time. Violence against women

>> but since it benefits no one to give a shit about men,

Please don't. I swore I wasn't going to cry...

>>these are perceived as women's issues, for the simple fact that only issues that affect women are considered to be real.

One reason why these are perceived as women's issues is that no one ever brings this shit up except as a justification for disregarding women's issues, like you're doing right now.

It isn't feminism that ties your worth as a human being to your ability to produce economically. It's sexism.

It isn't feminism that makes violence a normal part of being a man; it's sexism.

It isn't feminism that gives you the responsibility for initiating sex and intimacy with women, it's sexism.

The real formal patriarchy has fallen, it's dead.. But we've all been defining ourselves by the patriarchy so long it's who we are. Patriarchal customs, institutions, and expectations don't really work anymore. It's not oppression. It's dysfunction.

No one gender is the villain. We were all born into this clusterfuck.

Every woman's issue is the other side of a man's issue. Every man's issue is the other side of woman's issue. You can't solve any of them from just one side.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/21/16, 14:53

>>I don't recall anyone being too "offended," except in the sense of simple offense to the senses.

Well, I don't know why the blood of a woman in London should offend the senses of bloggers in North America.

You can find information about people who were IDEOLOGICALLY offended that at this website.

http://www.google.com

Incidentally, that's a useful site, you might want to to bookmark it.

>>>Could you imagine if some dude ran a marathon with a load of diarrhea in his shorts, then posted pictures about it, beaming with pride at how he's fighting oppression because it's "natural" and people should cheer him for it.

>>>IWould you think it oppressive or offensive to laugh at a moron like that?

>>I think it would be a stupid thing to blog about.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/21/16, 14:24

Also, this business about "A lot of women have cried wolf" over rape.

We really need to acknowledge the shitty fact of life that, for reasons that have nothing to do with rape culture or the patriarchy, rape is an extraordinarily difficult crime to prove. The evidence can be ambiguous and ephemeral. Rapists get away with it all the time, and it's entirely possible for a woman (or a man) to be raped, and to not be able to prove it. This makes the dubious statistics about false rape claims that MRAs use especially dubious. They love to talk about "buyer's regret," a narrative where a woman decides that she was raped after consensual sex, A
woman who feels embarrassment or shame after sex isn't likely to want to resolve those feelings in open court.

They back it up with famous cases that have nothing to do with the narrative. The stripper in the Duke Lacrosse Team case, which is the favorite, never h
ad sex with any of those guys, so it's not "buyer's regret". (Mostly, it was prosecutor misconduct, something that happens all the time, just not with white defendants. ) There's a good documentary about this case on Netflix, produced by ESPN. I think it's called "Outrageous Lies"

No one really knows what happened in the UVA case, other than Rolling Stone printed a story
it couldn't prove, and backed down at the threat of legal action. The alleged victim had never gone to the police, There was no investigation until a year after the fact. Of course the police found no evidence. Last time I checked, the case had been suspended, but not closed. It's never been officially determined that no one was raped.

Sometimes, they even like to cite the case of poor Fatty Arbuckle. But Virginia Rappe never accused Roscoe Arbuckle of anything. She died.


Sometimes women lie about rape because they feel trapped. Towana Brawley lied to avoid strict parental punishment. The woman in the Duke case lied to conceal her bad behavior from Social Services.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/21/16, 05:54

This should be further down.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/21/16, 04:08

There's at lest three pages of links about a woman staining her shorts, including this Gem from "The Return of Kings"

"Deranged Indian Feminist Runs London Marathon With Period Blood Running Down Her Leg"

http://www.returnofkings.com/69485/deranged-indian-feminist-runs-london-marathon-with-period-blood-running-down-her-leg


I'm absolutely convinced. From what I can see, one woman did this one time. This wasn't violence, or nudity, or any serious health hazard to anyone, yet Return of Kings is seriously treating this as if it were an an attempt to bring down civilization, and they are far from the only ones. Period shaming is absolutely a thing.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/20/16, 23:02

It looks to me like it was one woman, and a whole bunch of pictures and a whole lot of people making a whole lotta internet hay.

I also find this disturbing, but really, why?

Are you sure these women have simply abandoned feminine products, or was it just a one time act of protest.

I think maybe I get this. I can see how exhausting it must be to keep this natural thing from the world all the time. A woman says FUCK IT one time, and everybody's gotta blog about it.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/20/16, 22:14

Fuck. What do you say to something like that?

King Arthur, I promise that we'll remember you. I hope that's some comfort.

There may be limits to what we can do for you, but nothing you should be afraid to ask for.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/20/16, 22:05

I submitted this as a way of compensating for dismissing the video by by Christine something something from the Something Something or whatever. I think she's an evil bitch with an agenda to hoodwink stupid young men into voting against their own interest for the next 40 years.

What I like about June is that she roundly rejects the White Knight stereotyping. That's huge, in my opinion, for more than one reason. I think it shows intellectual integrity. She reviews a video by a feminist man, and she's super critical, but she pulls back from being disrespectful. And this is a guy who most youtube antifeminists would love to mock.

When I was her age, I was a libertarian. What changed my mind was life. Right now, everything she knows about feminism is from the internet. I can't predict how her views will change in the years to come, but they will change.

Also, I am a feminist, but I agree with more of this ,video than I disagree with. It pisses me off that these are considered legitimate "questions for men" Talking to men like they're all potential rapists is at least as offensive as talking to women as if they're all potential prostitutes.

People talk about "outrage culture" but the internet is an outrage economy. It's so easy to get attention by being polemical, and on the internet, attention is everything.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/20/16, 17:16

Where did YOU study economics?
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/20/16, 15:44

At this late date, this sort of banter isn't hurtful, and I'd I'd have to be carzier than I actually am not to expect it.

June's huge head is kind of strange-looking, but there's something beguiling about the acerbic wit and and the Long Island accent that I learned to steer clear of before June was ever born, during my years at SUNY Binghamton.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/20/16, 15:23

My apologies.
'questions' for men answered by woman
05/20/16, 14:36

There's a ton of them. There's also a picture of Catie with a shoe on her head.

Anybody wants to discuss the content, go ahead, I'll join in. I'm not going to attempt it by myself.

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