Remember everyone, it’s not a legitimate rape if a man involuntarily gets an erection because the body has a way of shutting that down. And if a man thinks he’s getting raped, he’s really just being misogynistic and slut shaming his rapist.
Radfems and Republicans have so many things in common.
When a woman rapes a man he’s slut shaming?
I don’t really see the point in terms referring to someone’s sex life but I think that a victim has every right to insult and shame their rapist. When did we start wanting to empower rapists? What the hell is wrong with these people?
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“Caveat”: I’m going to assume in the below that both men and women are human beings and the goal is to be equal before the law.
I wish to address the bold-faced text above by the feminist and its intended and unintended consequences on justice for rape victims.
So let’s first imagine the feminist above got her way and passed a law that automatically exonerated a rapist because the victim lubricated or got an erection.
Then please read this article by Dana Goldstein: http://www.thenation.com/blog/169474/how-body-reacts-sexual-assault
Here are a few quotes from it:
“One British nurse-therapist reported the following:
‘Approximately 1 in 20 women who come to the clinic for treatment because of sexual abuse report that they have had an orgasm from previous unsolicited sexual arousal. It is not detailed in the [professional] literature because the victims usually do not want to tell/talk about it because they feel guilty, as people will think that if it happened they must have enjoyed it. The victims often say, ‘My body let me down.’ Some, however, cannot summon the courage to say even that.’
Heartbreaking. Levin and van Berlo found that victims report evidence of physical arousal in as many as 21 percent of rape cases, even when they also report violence and high levels of fear and mental distress.”
And it continues:
“Then there is the simple fact, obvious to most women, that the vagina can become lubricated during sex as a defense mechanism against tearing and pain, regardless of one’s level of enthusiasm or emotional buy-in.
And it isn’t just women who can experience these confusing sensations. In men, Levin and van Berlo actually found some links between “anxiety-inducing threats” and increased blood flood flow to the penis.”
Nobody wants to talk about such inconvenient facts, mostly because it doesn’t fit the feminist narrative. But the fact is that the legal system knows of such facts, and if - during a rape - a woman becomes lubricated or a man gets an erection it is not sufficient evidence that a rape didn’t take place.
So, ironically, the feminist with the bold-face(d lies) above is … a rape enabler.