The list is called "A Man Is Rape Supporter If..." And while the video is amazingly good, I hope to be able to go through it decently myself.
So, here goes.
"This is a handy guide for women who involve themselves with men. I’ve recently received a bunch of comments from men who say that they aren’t rape supporters because they (1) have never “raped” a woman and/or (2) are gay. If you are around a man who claims to be anti-rape, see how he stacks up."Okay, so the only men I know are anti-rape, and this random feminist psycho is going to persuade me that all of them are rapists. Go ahead, woman. Persuade me. In fact, lets see how I rank on this too, shall we?
Okay. Nice start.
Most the people I know that have had sex were underage, because I mostly know underage people. The majority of them were probably drunk. I personally am into physical restraints as a kink. Who hasn't been somehow coerced into sex? Give me one person who hasn't, and I'll show you someone who's never had sex. Having an emotional connection to someone, and wanting to have sex with them despite that you wouldn't want to otherwise is a type of coercion. If you're in love, and you decide to have sex with the person you're in love with, and both of you consent, but you're generally asexual outside of that, that's rape support, according to the feminist psycho.
So... A woman's consent to sex is not a defense against rape? ...What is then?! And how is the current definition of rape (Being forced to have sex with someone.) incorrect?
Because that has ne-eeeeeeever happened. Ever. Men do a version of this too, it's called waking up next to a fat woman and wishing they hadn't done that. A huge 5.9% of rape accusations are false. This doesn't seem like much, but in 1000 women that report rape, of those could potentially ruin a man's life over a false accusation.
Okay, what woman hasn't got a little out of her depth, and accidentally gone somewhere she shouldn't? In fact, what person hasn't? And it is your fault if you do that, whether you're a male or female, and people should blame you for that. I'm not saying if you do get attacked it's your fault, but if you are somewhere that you are likely to be attacked, and it ends up happening, well, you shouldn't have been there, should you?
Okay, so some prostitutes are forced into that work, but many also are there free of choice, and earning a lot of money doing so. Paying a consensual prostitute who chooses to do that job... What's wrong with that? You get off, she gets her money, everyone's happy.
...Didn't I just do that? Some women want to use their sexuality can, and will. I'm happy to use my sexuality to model, some women are happy to use their sexuality by prostitution. Simple. Anyone who endorses it is just helping the trade, like anyone that endorses paying a maid is helping that trade.
A lot of men and women use sex as a transaction. Don't like the carpet? Do your husband and get a new one. Want a shopping spree? Screw the rich guy at work for a day out. Want a promotion? Well, hello sir...
Ah, strip clubs. Where women dress up in nothing, then undress out of it, and earn thousands a night for it. Must be rape.
So, you don't think women should have abortions, even if you don't enforce that in any way, and would support someone close who was getting one? Rapist!
So, you're pro-choice, you think women should choose what to do with their own bodies, and would advocate the best choice in the situation? Rapist!
He wants to talk about pornography, and doesn't mind when other people talk about pornography, because hey, people can talk about what they want. No. they can't, according to psychofeminist.
You want to watch porn involving women, as most straight men do? Well don't, because that a rapist-supporter.
You want to watch pornography without women in? Go ahead, just make sure there's no power struggle, despite that a lot of people consensually enjoy power struggle or domination. I'm a female that enjoys male domination. I can't watch anything with that in now? Damn.
But... Those ARE the evidence of women trying to seem sexually attractive to either men or women....
Give me one thing where this never happens... Okay, one good thing. In any good program like that, everyone should have something like that against them.
First two, fair enough, that is kind of supporting sexual violence on women, and the last one, okay, if it's really that bad... But cat-calls... They're pretty much men being...Well, men. And it's kind of nice, most of the time. And media depictions of women?: What about media depictions of everyone else? It's the media, you can't take it seriously, and everyone should mock it.
As a product of sexual liberation, this annoys me, because it's been one of the best things in my life, and though sexual liberation doesn't make me more promiscuous, it does give me the choice to discover and experiment with what I like.
What about the ones that are, though? Like the writer of this list. Pretty sure she's a man-hater, and wouldn't have sex with a man for that reason. And some women are genuinely psychologically opposed to sex with men, like some rape victims. Some are also inhibited or made prudish by parents or other authority, and therefore don't have sex as often as they'd like. And I personally am rather stuck-up, and that is the reason why I don't consider sleeping with most people, because I just think I'm better than them. And again, not a reason to call someone a rape supporter.
Well, that's reasonable enough as a point on it's own, but as a reason for someone to be a rape supporter? No. Definitely not.
...What? First part, fair enough to be against that, women's and men's interests should be thought of as equally valid until proven otherwise, but to say that men cannot assume that a women have the same interests as men, even if it's painfully obvious is rather ridiculous... And using it to say someone is a rape supporter... Though, on this list, it's one of the more normal ones...
Okay, I can agree with that as being supporting of misogynistic views, but not of actual rape unless it's specified as that.
I don't really understand this that well, because it's terribly phrased. Can't you just be obvious and say that if a man points out that because a woman doesn't have a penis, he's saying that she's somehow physically sexually less important? Or saying anywhere that he would like to have sex with her, or penetrate her, is supporting rape? What about sex talk? Is that supporting rape too, oh great psychobitch of feministry?
Some women like pain. Some men like pain. It's kinky, and it's also rather enjoyable. A woman now cannot be trusted to give her own willing consent to that, according to this list, because if she does, and the man trusts her to know what she wants, then he's a rape supporter.
Okay, no sexualizing minors. (What about miners? -terrible pun-), or sexually abusing minors, not sure sexualizing them is rape support as much as just being a little perverted, but condoning sexual abuse of minors is kind of supporting rape, or sexual abuse. But if they're willing, and know what they're doing and are emotionally mature enough to do so... How is that supporting rape? (Refer to my paedophillia post for more information on that subject.)
There is a biological element in women that makes reproduction a fulfilling thing in most women, just like there is in men, so in one way, some women just would be happier or more fulfilled with children. My mother is one of those people, and puts her children above all else, and believes that nothing else would have made her happier. Then, there are some women who choose to never have children, and are perfectly happy like that, so I'm definitely not implying that all women want children or would be happy with them, just that a lot of them do, and would, because it's biologically programmed into all creatures to want to reproduce.
Oh, and it's definitely not rape support to say that.
First, arguing that people have sexual needs as rape support... Are you fucking stupid, woman? Do you have no brain cells, or do you just choose to not use them? Were you drunk while writing this, and doing it as a dare? Please tell you you're not honestly that stupid.
Guess what, lady? Everyone has sexual needs unless there is a physically anomally that stops them having them, and that's very rare, and very abnormal.
So now a man cannot find a certain type of woman attractive without supporting rape? Telling them is a little crude if don't rudely, but I've been told that before, and it's not offensive, they just like different types, and I accept that. People like different things, how are we supposed to know what they like if they don't tell us?
... Excuse me, but who hasn't at some point? I'm bisexual, and I objectify it sometimes because sometimes it is just there for objectifying. There are women that pretend to be lesbians to be sex objects to men. There are women that engage in lesbian activity to be more attractive to men. These are women objectifying lesbian acts. I'm not saying that it's a totally objectifyable concept, but everything is a little objectifyable. I like to objectify myself as a bisexual female. Straight females like to objectify themselves. Straight men like to objectify themselves. Gay men like to objectifty themselves. Bisexual men like to objectify themselves. Not all of those, or even many in some cases, but there are people in every group of everything that objectify it, for fun, for attention, for whatever. People do it. It's not particularly politically correct to objectify them, but it happens a lot, and everyone knows it will. Definitely not rape supporting.
I suppose as a woman where my willing consent etc. means nothing, I can't say that as a woman who engages in most of these things at some point or another, I wouldn't be a rape supporter, but if a man points out that I do, then he's a rape supporter.
Psychobitch, you are so damn stupid that given a chance, I would like to neuter you.