19.Nov.2014 More on Rape and Riley
So for the longest time I have hated feminists (specifically for the logical inconsistencies and anti-male attitudes). But I do think they have one thing right, this idea of “rape culture” (though I think it is a derivative of “mob mentality”)…
The Brenda Tracy story, the Steubenville case, Mike Riley, Joe Pa, now this in Rolling Stone (“You’re still upset about that?” Andy asked one Friday night when Jackie was crying…sounds much like Mike Riley’s comment), and the hundreds of other cases that occur daily that we never hear about. Doesn’t seem to matter if the victims or male or female, really. The culture of rape is the same: the victim is to blame, victim is a liar, victim is a slut, society doesn’t understand the mental trauma because it didn’t happen to them, we don’t want to ruin the lives of guys with potential over some silly girl, or some variant of these.
Take this genius post from EugeneBeaver in the last rape thread (because apparently we need two rape threads here to get the point across that you should never rape someone?):
You’re trying to compare something that happened in 1998 and a coaching trying to build a program. To a guy in 2007 ( I think when Coye got removed) who has his program established. Furthermore things are vastly different in 1998 vs 2007 and now.
You’re reaching and you know it!
How you think and act now is different then what you would have done 16 years ago and its different from how you will act/think in 16 years later.
Do you honestly think for one second if the same thing happened today (prior to this article) that Riley would not have done something more then a 1 game suspension?
And my response:
So the rules are that if you’re building a program, gang rape is okay. If the program is established, gang rape isn’t okay. Good one, dude! Keep that hamster wheel turning.
Seriously, what kind of idiot (sub 20 IQ) argument is that?
This “Yes means Yes” law here in California is atrocious. If it passes, it will penalizes all college attending citizens, even the innocent, because of a few subhuman retards. It is especially damning to males as they are guilty from the start and have to prove innocence. This is never acceptable. But it begins to look acceptable due to the attitude toward rape. That is, one can suddenly make this [unconstitutional] argument look reasonable: if people can’t stop rationalizing rape, then the State is left with little choice but to stop the sex. Both are equally disgusting. People need to grow the fuck up, and the adults (e.g. coaches at Steubenville, Mike Riley, Joe Pa) who either encourage the behavior or turn a blind eye should not be acquitted. Mike Riley is a guilty man. Good luck both defending that statement and appearing rational/sane.