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She Was Asking For It

Men accused of sexually harassing women often claim she wanted it.

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They picked-up “a vibe” from the woman that it was consensual.

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Male intuition discovered?

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How Are We Supposed to Feel?

Women are repressed, brutalized, abused, raped, tortured, and murdered.

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How are they supposed to feel?

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Guilty, of course.
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Sexual Scavengers


Society calls males who abuse women and children “sexual predators”.

This is an insult to predators – noble, skilful, graceful animals which hunt to survive.



Male abusers are bullies, cowards, sleezeballs … too often they are figures of authority – judges, priests, bosses, fathers – who feast upon the already “downed” in our Society.



So, let’s call them what they really are:
“sexual scavengers”.
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The Contempt for Wifely Roles

Even buildings speak of the contempt Society feels for the wifely roles.

Nannys often get the worst room in the house. What a way to show our appreciation for their "motherly duties".
Once I visited a stately house with huge airy rooms, graced with picture windows and light.

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In the basement, behind the furnace, was a tiny, dark, dank, and windowless room for the nanny/domestic.

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Even our architecture betrays the contempt we feel for the wifely roles of child-care and housekeeping.

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“The Way She Dressed”

A sarcastic image, portraying that a woman's clothes are NOT an invitation for sex or harassment.
Rapists often insist that the sex was consensual.

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The way she dressed; the way she sat, crossed her legs and talked; the earrings she was wearing … all were SIGNS she WANTED sex with him.

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Hmmm … hearing strange voices and seeing signs that are invisible to others … seems the only thing missing is a silver foil helmet.
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Rape is Not About Sex

Research shows that rape is not about sex.

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It is about power, humiliation, degradation, and punishment.

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Ejaculation is an after-thought.

“Speak” is commonly read in high school and college literature classes, and has proven to be a useful springboard to conversations about rape mythology, sexual violence and consent.

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