I promote this kind of violence!
@Dephenistrator, So does the rest of the Internet!
@Dephenistrator, If he accurately did rape her, sure. But if it was one of those things where they banged, both with consent, then later the girl regretted it and decided to claim rape a few days after. Which has happened.
I'm just not ok with this kind of stuff. There's to many possibilities and factors that we don't know for me to say this guy deserved it. It's just like the death penalty, the probability killing someone that is falsely convicted seems like too big of a risk to me.
@SexualAttackChopper, i see your point, but i seriously doubt any woman would go so far as to set a guy on fire just because she regretted sleeping with him.
@SexualAttackChopper, ummmm, the victim did this, not an angry mob. I highly doubt that if the "regret" story was the case that she would go this far if it was a lie to begin with. That's pure rage and anger right there.
@StuffandThings85, There are almost 8 billion people on earth. I guaranty there are people on the planet that would do that.
@SexualAttackChopper, I think the death penalty should only be used on people who no doubtedly did a horrific crime. Like mass murderers or when a camera catches em shootin a cop or somethin.
@SexualAttackChopper, I wonder how you would feel if that was your sister he 'raped'. So if your sister or daughter said he raped her, I wonder if you would have any doubt
@DaisyTim, only reason a response like this is inaccurate is because when it's someone you know, there's more to it. emotions get involved and generally speaking you would know the persons accountability if they were close to you like that. I'll tell you that hands down i would retaliate, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's right.
@DaisyTim, You need evidence for any claim. Especially for a rape claim. A false one can ruin people's lives. I'm not saying we shouldn't ignore when someone claims rape. But they need to provide evidence for anything to be done about it. The world can't operate with the idea of "FeelsReals".
Also, you're comment is an appeal to emotion. Not how you're supposed to make an argument.
@SexualAttackChopper, who says the victim is female?
@SexualAttackChopper, at my high school this one girl was cheating on her boyfriend and got caught so she said the guy raped her, she said where it happened and when but they checked the cameras and neither of them were there, when they found out she lied about it she got arrested, her boyfriend stayed with her because she was willing to ruin some guys life to protect his feelings....dumbfvck. Anyway, yeah I agree that evidence is needed
@SexualAttackChopper, ya know what else ruins lives? Being raped.
There are very sound statistics on sexual assault, only a very minimal amount, and I mean very very minimal, are false. I can't remember the exact percent so I don't wanna lay down false stats, but the "false accusation" argument is so beyond irrelevant.
@StuffandThings85, you would be surprised rape is one of the worst crimes you can commit so theirs not much worse things to be accused of that are as bad as rape the wemon who do it obviously do not care about what happens to others and this would differently cement her accusation because like you said if it was false accusation why would she go so far
@DaisyTim, yeah but that's family and if your close enough to her you will be subjected to a knee jerk reaction but that doesn't mean everyone should believe a woman everytime she accuses anyone and besides if I was close enough to care I would be able to tell if it was true based on her mannerisms.
@SexualAttackChopper, that's why wemon need to know that you need to go to the hospital right away and not wash up first it makes it easier on everyone of they can get a sample
@Cumberbun, I know I thought I typed women I guess I made a a a mistake thanks grammar Nazianz I could not have lived without that correction
@BlazingBowman, grammar and spelling man.... Stay in school
@BlazingBowman, god damn it man, learn to use interpunction
@Abusive Breasts, dat abusive breast
@Abusive Breasts, yes because you could not possibly figure out what I was saying because of a lack of punctuation I'm sure your baffled whenever literally anyone sends you any kind of texts freaking idiot with a rod up his butt
Use periods and commas to prevent run on sentences
@Abusive Breasts, don't care just because you don't have anything valid to add you correct grammar it's pretty pathetic
@StuffandThings85, i dont think you have met that level of crazy...welcome to usa btw.
@SexualAttackChopper, did i start this debate or was this just going to happen on this pic anyways?
@BlazingBowman, No. What's pathetic is a goddamn illiterate like you, going out of your way to prove that you can't read past a third grade level. The only possible excuse would be that English isn't your first language. 😘
@Cumberbun, He didn't say anything about an angry mob.
@Sir Unimpressive, True, I'm just saying that an angry mob that's only going by what they hear than what are actual facts are more likely to become a group of vigilantes as oppose to a chick who's lying about a failed hook up.
@BlazingBowman, that's the sort of ignorance that makes it difficult for other individuals to actually listen to what you're saying when you start shjt posting your opinions on an internet based forum. Just sayin bud
@Abusive Breasts, I misspelled one word and accidently replaced your with you're a few times yeah it would take a genius to figure out what I said whatever I concede I'm done arguing with you last post
@BlazingBowman, I'm telling you man, invest in commas, they're great
@SexualAttackChopper, often rape there is little to no evidence
Well you know what they say: build a man a fire, he'll be warm for a night. Light a man on fire and he'll be warm for the rest of his life
Yeah, I mean, he was pretty hot *90s sit com laugh track*
This is a really old repost but the "If it's a legitimate inferno" cracks me up every single time
Only seems fair!
@JayBeee, you forcefully use my body as a sextoy? I use yours as a fire place. Fair trade.
To those who don't get the whole joke (I know you're out there): often times some argue that the rape victim is blamed/partially blamed for being raped. The arguments are things like "why did she wear such provocative clothing?" Or "why was she out late at night?" Etc. This post puts it in prospective how stupid those arguments are.
@Grover, no, it doesn't.
@Goldeneye, no it doesn't what? That victim blaming doesn't happen or this post doesn't show the stupidity of them?
@Grover, the post doesn't show the stupidity of them. First, because being set in fire and being raped aren't even remotely comparable so their whole point they're trying to make is based on a false equivalency. Second, half of what they're parodying isn't even said by anyone that isn't some backwards sexist POS. This isn't the 1870's anymore, women are seen as equals to men. Third, the other half of they parody is them missing the point entirely. My favorite is this belief that boys aren't told to rape and that girls are told bit to get raped. That's BS, boys are told not to rape, but rapists are not normal and will rape regardless. So instead of talking to a wall, you talk to the people who can be helped. This picture is everything wrong with this "rape culture" boogeyman crap.
@Goldeneye, so I agree with your first point. But I would somewhat disagree with your second statement, in first world countries the rapist(s) is usually the only one who victim blames, however in many non first world countries, unfortunately, women are not seen as equal to men, and this is where victim blaming is most common. While what you say in your third point is true, I thought (maybe I interpreted it wrong) the post was more about poking fun at the augments made by the people who blame the victims. If I did misinterpret it then I take back what I initially said.
@Grover, my problem is that this is a real issue that the posters in this image would claim to be affected by and normally make a big deal about "rape culture" and such. If they're poking fun, then obviously it doesn't seem that important to them, even though it should be. If they're being serious, then see my earlier rant.
@Goldeneye, true, I agree it should be taken seriously as it is a very serious matter.
@Goldeneye, Women are most definitely not seen as equals to men. Maybe white women are on a good day. Just because we can go to college and work (for less money than a man) doesn't mean that misogyny is gone. And it's not just from backwards, sexist, chauvinistic dudes either, it comes from everyone. Parents, schools, the justice system, you name it. Also, if boys are really told not to rape why do practically none of them have a solid definition of consent? I get a rape talk every few years, yet I have never heard of a boys parents sitting him down, showing him some horrific news story and telling him not to do that like I get told that I have to watch out.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , what country do you live in where "on a good day" white women are seen as equals. Because anyone who isn't still living by 18th century ideals sees pretty clearly that we are all human and we should treat each other not by what our race/gender/religion/etc is but by how we act, or as Doctor King so famously put if: by the content of our character. This is the 21st century, you can't afford to stand behind sexist ideas, not when you are forced to work along side each other and see that women, are in fact, as capable as men.
As for the wage gap, its a lot closer than people might think. Go out an take a look at what people actually make, you'll find that all hourly work is a flat rate across gender, in fact, it's mandated by law. As for salaried work, you'll find that pay rates are again, even across position s and increase based on a subjective performance raise system or an objective senority system. The "wage gap" looks fails to take into account that up until
@KeKesUHaulFacility , recently, most salaried positions with long tenure were dominated by men. Women, who are just now becoming closer to an equal portion of the workforce in those positions, have some catching up to do as far as raises go. Give it a few years, you'll see that wage gap shrink.
As for the "solid definition of consent", we struggle because the definition of consent changes constantly. We honestly have no idea because were hearing everything from yes is yes to yes is yes unless drunk to yes is yes unless drunk and she can withdraw consent at any time, even after. (Also, ever notice how it's the boys responsibility to get consent). And I don't know what you've been told, but boys are sat down and told constantly to respect other's refusal but that we need to be aware about intoxication because we can and will be jailed, even if we were drunk too. Rape accusations will ruin a man's life, even if it isn't true, his reputation and any chance of being a member of society is
@KeKesUHaulFacility , gone, it fcking terrifying. It makes us afraid that if we misstep or mess something up then we get branded rapist, guilty before the cuffs are even on. So don't act like we don't get put through crap too.
@Goldeneye, Ok, the whole first block of what you said is white liberal jibbery-joo. We still have men walking around thinking that women owe them sex for being nice and then call them bitches and hoes in the same breath. Women can't take charge of their sexuality without extreme ridicule because as a woman your body isn't seen as yours, it's up to public debate. Speaking of debate, God forbid we're in charge of our own reproductive health. And of the wage gap, Black and Latino women are routinely paid way less than white women and men for the same jobs, if they can even get those jobs. Then, once you're in the workplace you still have to prove you're not some ditzy little girl because men are still viewed as inherently more capable than you.
@Goldeneye, Definition constantly changes? If it's a sober continuous yes that you didn't have to coax out of her then that's the only yes. Stop making excuses. I thought you said you were told not to rape? Also, is that really the only motivation to not rape someone? Jail? Being lonely? How about women's autonomy over their bodies deserves some respect.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , that's your definition, but ask another woman and you might get a completely different definition. Ask a third and you'll get yet another definition of consent. It's not an excuse, it's bullcrap.
And I would appreciate it if you'd respond to the whole of my post instead of strawmanning me.
Of course there is more than just that as a motivation, I though it was inherently obvious from my first reply to you, you know, that whole part about treating each other as equals.
@Goldeneye, It is an excuse, if you're oh-so-scared, and you don't know if you have consent then ask a question. Cause you're right, women do have different definitions of consent and that's ok, but it's your job to figure it out because women are socialized to not take charge of our sexual experiences.
The first part of your post is all fluff and I won't entertain it. I don't even know how to respond to that besides a pat on the back. Gold star.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , it sound like you're the one making excuses with shifting the responsibility to men because women are socialized to not take charge of our sexual experiences" which baffles me. If women want to take charge of a o e night stand, then do it, no one is going to come up to you and say: Oh look at her, she's so cute thinking she has a right to an opinion before strapping you to a table and having their way with you (unless you're into that).
And I find it a little disappointing that your views on how women are treated in society seems to be based on a bunch of boogeyman patriarchy blogs and your interactions with sexually repressed teenage boys, but I suppose you'll see what I mean when you actually get out and see for yourself, it makes for a much brighter world.
@Goldeneye, I'm not shifting the responsibility to men, it's already there because of gender roles. There are women who take charge of their sex lives like a man would but like I said, those women are ridiculed and fetishized for it. And what if I told you that my views on how women are treated are based on... get ready for this... my actual experiences as a young woman!! *gasp* I think I know what I'm talking about, at least a little bit.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , "because of gender roles" sounds an awful lot like an excuse to me, but hey what do I know. I'm just a card carrying member of the patriarchy sent here to make sure the oppression of women continues.
Oh wait, no I'm not. I'm just someone whose sick of the double standard that exists. This belief that men are sexist pigs that want nothing more from women than to be sex toys that cook and do laundry. I'm sick that I live in a world where people constantly preach that there is rape culture and a secret society called the patriarchy doing itz damdest to keep women oppressed yet all I have ever seen from people like myself, people that live day to day, treat women with the same courtesy I show my parents. It's not because I want sex or because I'm full of male guilt or am some kind of white knight, because I treat all people that way. And you know what, so do my friends and my co-workers and my boss and almost everyone that I've ever met, save a few outliers that are
@KeKesUHaulFacility , still living 300 years I'm the past.
Now I have tried to be nothing but civil to you and all you've done is talk down to me like I'm some chauvinistic scum or hippy dreamer and I've had enough, enjoy your war against the patriarchy, I hope it goes well for you
@Goldeneye, I'm not saying you are but you can be courteous to women and still harbor misogyny and misogynistic ideas. Please and thank you don't mean a damn thing.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , "I'm not saying you're a member of the patriarchy but that doesn't mean you're not sexist" is how I read that, so correct me if I'm wrong but that seems like an awfully misandronistic thing to say.
@Goldeneye, Literally everyone has ingrained sexist ideas, everyone. I do. You do. Any random person on the street does. There's no escaping it, just because you're nice to somebody and you think you're golden and everything's peachy doesn't mean you don't have toxic ideas festering in your head.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , no, I really don't. And you shouldn't ever presume to know what others think, because you'll find that all you do is impose your own thoughts upon them. Expect better of others and you'll begin to expect better of yourself.
@Goldeneye, okay, I dont know if anyone else said this, or if I can explain it properly, but my take on the whole thing is that it isnt the victim's fault, but(to some degree) they shouldnt be surprised. Like, if a bank owner leaves all the doors open at night and gets robbed, its not the owners fault, because he did nothing wrong, but he knew there were robbers. Its not a perfect world, and the bank owner should be aware of that. Same goes for people in general. Dont be surprised when you walk through a dark alley at night in a bad part of town and you get mugged/raped.
@KeKesUHaulFacility , I was told explicitly not to rape as a teenager. Almost exactly in the way you described. It was incredibly condescending to me as a human being. To me it was like they were saying, "Like we all know, you as a man can't control yourself and you're just bound to rape so I'm gonna tell you that it's wrong." I know that rape is wrong. In first world countries, everyone but the small percentage of people who do it know that (and even most of them know it too, which is why some of them do it).
Obviously there is still a problem, I'm not arguing against that. The way to combat it though is by making sexual education standardized. With a solid foundation of consent in every individual, the country as a whole will hopefully extinguish the horrible act of rape.
I don't know which is worse
@MrWonka, duck and cover my friend. Here come the feminists.
@Percy Jackson, well id rather be raped than set on fire
@Gay Rattlesnake , then* 😁
And I thought revenge is a dish best served cold.
Setting your rapist on fire is a better alternative than keeping your mouth shut cause you're too scared to give somebody justice
@Polaroid, I don't know why someone downvoted you, I believe that rape should be met with capital punishment.
@Sir Artorias , That seems a little excessive for something that can be lied about so simply.
@Udder Despair, the actual amount of false rape claims isn't as large as one'd think. Maybe capital punishment is a bit harsh. But what about a repeat offender, or a child rapist? At that point they're nothing but a hindrance to the progression of the human race.
@Sir Artorias , You can't let emotions dictate how the law is enforced and how criminals are punished. Emotions have no place in the law.
@CriTiKa1, You're absolutely right. That's why the law doesn't go my way, and if it did it'd be a broken system. I am in no way claiming that my way is the best way. But one is entitled to one's own opinion, you feel me?
I can't into relationships because I am afraid the girl will falsely accuse me of rape or domestic assault or will frame me for her murder or will kill or rape me and any number of other reasons.
It all boils down to I have trust issues. This is my main motivation to marry a robot waifu, and it's kinda sad.
Posting this here as it is slightly relevant and will be lost in the fray of the rape-based flames of war.
There is water right behind him
To say how they look has nothing to do with it is dishonest. most of the more violent crimes are crimes of opertunities yes. Predators look for the weak people who will knot fight back, it's about body language also yes the rest of what you said is also a factor but the way you dress conveys a message about you. That's not to say that women who dress slurry for one night are slurs but the predator sees this among other things. Have you heard of the serial rapist who raped people who left their windows open because he thought that's what they were inviting him in its the same thing. So in conclusion to say the way they dress and what they look like has nothing to do with it is untrue and you know it. Also yes men get raped to and usually it goes Unreported and not taken seriously and that's awful.
I'm going to stop this violence the only way I know how! With more violence!
Still a more believable Human Torch than the one from Fant4stic.
Rape does not equal murder.
There is too many things wrong with your comeback...but I'll let it go. 🙃
No one says wemon are asking for it when they dress sluttily but it does increase their chances to be raped no they shouldn't have to dress conservatively but doing so will lessen your chance at getting raped it's all about chances. No one has made the argument that girls want to be raped ( except for the quran) simply because they are scantily clad
@BlazingBowman, According to statistics, being scantily clad has nothing to do with how victims are targeted. It's all about how easy it'll be to get them to a secluded area with minimal fight. Majority of the time if a person comes off as difficult they get left alone. A woman could be completely covered but say her hair was in a bun and she seemed very meek that makes her a prime candidate as compared to the scantily clad aggressive and loud woman. If you ever read about how rapist choose their victims you'll find that how "slutty" they look has nothing to do with it. Not only that but men get raped and nobody accuses them of dressing inappropriately of course for them they get "men can't be raped" bull shiz which is just as misinformed.
For the sake of fun let's assume this is real as this is still a funny pics site
Why didn't he stop, drop, and roll?
@DustMonkey, because he secretly wanted it 😉
I think there just might be water behind him
Well no one has said it yet soo... *sigh*.... Repost!
It's hard to tell but is he standing next to water?
You...your sex is on fire!