I HAVE SEX.
Alright Dave, let’s see here: Why do women complain about getting raped?
Let’s start off with saying that your ridiculous metaphors are anything but intelligent. They make you sound like a complete idiot. How can you say being raped is like being forced to accept free money? One of them is a harmless acceptance; the other, a lifelong, harmful struggle to say the very least.
Womyn do have many awesome options when it comes to their sexual lives. WHEN IT COMES TO THEIR SEX LIVES. WHEN IT COMES TO THEIR SEX LIVES. Being forced against your will is not your sex life. It is an attack; a brutal, cruel, heartless, cowardly attack by a brutal, cruel, heartless coward. Consent, consent, consent is what is sexy and if there is no consent between the two or three or more parties involved, then it is not consensual sex. It is called rape, and rape is not a choice.
I’ve been raped before, and never have I thought I was “complaining” about it when I finally spoke up about it. I felt relieved, like a huge weight had been lifted but there was so much more pain to come. Why? Because it ruined me for a long time. You, Dave, will probably never know what rape victims have to go through because you’re an ignorant douchebag. Complain about free oxygen… let that one soak through your brainless head once more.
So, we’ve covered the basics here, Dave. To you, rape is free sex. The part that you’re missing is… rape isn’t even about sex. Rape is about power, about rendering the victim helpless, about taking control of something you are not supposed to have control over. Rape is not a joke. Rape is not positive. Rape is a disgusting power-hungry trip done only by cowards. And ladies and gentlemen, if you’ve ever been raped, had a friend who has been raped, a mother, an aunt, a sister, or even heard stories about people you don’t know who have been raped, speak up about it. This rape culture we live in is a terribly sad excuse, like Dave here. Keep speaking up, keep advocating, keep being an activist and together, let’s make some noise about it.
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