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[–]_orion 488 points489 points  (55 children)

bc showing off a new iphone doesn't get that much attention anymore

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    [–]lokilullaby 83 points84 points  (15 children)

    This. I dated my now wife for months before she was comfortable enough to tell me that her father had raped her as a child. It was extremely hard for her to tell me, and she couldn't stop crying afterward. It's not a "I sucked you off, but that made you try to get more, so that's rape lololol" thing. It's intense, emotional, and personal.

    [–][deleted] 97 points98 points  (12 children)

    I've read case studies of female rape victims. They are really messed up afterwards. Some sit in their rooms and cry for months, popping Valium every time they have to talk to someone. Some attempt suicide and get hospitalized. And pretty much all of them are terrified of men and can hardly handle sitting close to a man and having an open conversation—at least for a long time. Forget sex. If they happen to get to the point where they take on a long term relationship or marriage they tend to freeze up during sex, or have flashbacks and cry, or be unable to orgasm.

    These stupid college sluts are crying rape all the time, because society is so removed from real rape that they have no idea what the real thing looks like anymore and feminist propaganda has told them that anything that hurts their feelings in a sexual context is rape.

    [–]moiez326 30 points31 points  (6 children)

    "feminist propoaganda has told them that anything that hurts their feelings in a sexual context is rape"

    This. OMGG this fucking bullshit has to stop. Girls are getting too liberal with that term and this fight against "rape Culture" is just ridiculous. I bet all these girls would laugh at a guy claiming he got raped.

    [–]Coolfuckingname 25 points26 points  (5 children)

    This exactly. My second girlfriends first sex was when she was raped in the shower by her uncle. My fourth girlfriend lost her virginity when she was 13 to a stranger that was sixty three years old. Every woman who claims to be "raped" at a party they voluntarily went to, without a sober friend, and got loaded, and naked with a guy....... They are an insult to every girl or woman who was assaulted after being careful and thoughtful and aware. It infuriates me and it should infuriate women even more. Its them who pay the price when the word "Rape" looses its original meaning. Which is happening daily.

    Sorry if i dont word this right but it makes me so angry and scared for my girlfriend, female friends, and any daughters i may one day have.

    [–]moiez326 11 points12 points  (4 children)

    damn, that sucks to hear about those women in your life. I hope they are doing fine now. I can only imagine how hard it must have been. And you're totally right: it's the women that are insulted and pay the price.

    no need to worry about the wording; i got the emotion and concept right, words are mere tools for communication.

    [–]Coolfuckingname 13 points14 points  (3 children)

    Thanks. I know the first is married now. And yes it was hard to listen to women i love tell me what happened to them. Neither one could even use the word "rape". I think thats a clue when its rape. The person can't even utter the term. It brings up the feeling of terror. When i hear women casually throw around the term for some guy they regret fucking, or a guy who took their silence during an otherwise consensual encounter as a yes, i get really angry. Until youve seen your girl cry in your arms over something that happened a decade earlier, you can not know how real rape is. Real rape. Psychologically and physically and sexually devastating. Not the shit that gets thrown around on college campuses these days by regretful fools.

    Sorry. Still pissed.

    [–]moiez326 4 points5 points  (0 children)

    it's all good man, that's why we're all here. To help one another.

    [–]Entrefut 3 points4 points  (0 children)

    This is my problem with these girls. They have probably never met someone who has been raped before. Rape is generally so fucked up you wouldn't talk about it and if you think about it, you go back to the dark place it happened.

    Family member has been dealing with rape cases as a prosecutor for a good chunk of his life. I've been allowed to go to some of the hearings and been a part of their check ups to see how they're doing after their traumatic experiences.

    When girls pull the rape card I usually just never talk to them again. Bitches are delusional if they think moving from oral to intercourse is rape.

    [–]limbooo 4 points5 points  (0 children)

    This. These girls that cry rape don't know real physical and emotional abuse.

    [–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

    so that's rape lololol

    I literally laughed out loud. Thanks man.

    [–]aazav 41 points42 points  (0 children)

    "Stop raping me with your mind!"

    [–]paynehouse 13 points14 points  (0 children)

    Exactly, feelings of regret do not mean you were raped.

    [–]1johnnight 5 points6 points  (0 children)

    Anybody who lived through a trauma, would avoid trauma.

    If somebody talks freely about "trauma", he/she had no trauma.

    [–]zephyrprime 4 points5 points  (0 children)

    Yeah I once knew a guy who had been raped as a kid. I knew him for 4 years before he told me. He said it hadn't affected him and he turned out fine but his voice was forced and anxious. That's real rape.

    [–]AnotherLostCause 66 points67 points  (10 children)

    This. It is the new way to attention whore. If a woman tells you she has been raped it is a near certainty she is lying. It is roughly the same as when a man tells you about the day he drank 40 beer.

    [–]damndirtyhippy 8 points9 points  (4 children)

    I drink way too much and the best I can manage is 17.

    [–]Engineer3227 5 points6 points  (3 children)

    I can never reach my max with beer. I just get too stuffed and end up with a strong urge to go to bed. With hard liquor though I can get a hell of a lot further.

    [–]rpkarma 3 points4 points  (2 children)

    There are a few beers that I can black out on, but that's because they're 13%+ alcohol, the best is 17%. They also cost $20 for one bottle, so it makes for an expensive night, but it tastes so good and goes down so easily... :<

    [–]gambris 5 points6 points  (3 children)

    I've actually drank 30 beers in a day. It was over the course of like 16 hours though and I had a good amount of water and food the whole time. I don't ever mention it though because then someone else always throws in something like "oh I had like 50 beers and a bottle jack within 4 hours" which just makes me look like I'm full of shit too.

    [–]nallalalla 11 points12 points  (1 child)

    Yeah man I never get to tell the story about the time I had 51 beers and a bottle of everclear in three and a half hours without some jackass trying to one-up me

    [–]Endorsed ContributorRedBigMan 7 points8 points  (0 children)

    You hit the nail on the head.

    Women as a whole generally engage in one-upmanship on a ridiculous level. We would not even have a term like 'keeping up with the Joneses' if it wasn't for women.

    Women compete against each other for everything. This is why cooperation between women who share no familial bonds (mother-daughter, sister-sister, etc...) is a rarity. You all have heard about the horror story of an all-female workplace.

    Well when women compete they feel a need to outdo each other in everything far more than men (at least with men they tend to limit it to athletics and/or intellectual pursuits) up to and including things like rape. One chick says some guy was stare-raping her, the next one comes out about how she was 'almost raped' so the third one has to top that and say she was raped by her boyfriend trying to go for the PIV after getting her off with oral and she didn't feel like continuing.

    It's the same with their men. The woman with the best man has the highest status in their group because they derive their status and prestige from material things up to and including men they choose to have sex with and con into a LTR/Marriage.

    [–]ytismylife 10 points11 points  (12 children)

    Nowadays the only thing that gets attention is a Certified Victimhood card.

    [–]_orion 20 points21 points  (11 children)

    most girls have no shame. have you ever had to clean a womens restroom at work? nuff said.

    [–]Iupvoteforknowledge 21 points22 points  (7 children)

    So true. I'm a bartender, people think it's a glamorous job and it does provide social proof but at the end of the night after everyone leaves I have to clean bathrooms. The women's always have bloody tampons lying around, blood on the toilet, typically some throw up because women can't hold their liquor at all, piss everywhere from "hovering".

    Men's isn't usually too bad.

    [–]_orion 15 points16 points  (2 children)

    i'll never forget working as a lifeguard in highschool and walking into the womens restroom and seeing shit smeared all over the wall. thats something you can never forget... n i'm not talking about some lil kid doing it i'm talking about the only suspects being grown ass women. thats not exactly something grown ass men do.

    [–]jova33 6 points7 points  (2 children)

    I worked at a grocery store, and a manager tells me to clean the women's restroom. No big deal, it's usually dirtier than the men's, but whateves. Put my gloves on, fill the mop bucket, go in there and..... I can see it before I even make it to the stall... shit everywhere. It was like some woman bent over and projectile sprayed in the direction of the toilet. The shit covered three walls of the stall and almost made it to the ceiling. Nah uh. Minimum wage teenager, I am not cleaning that shit. Go get the manager, tell him that's not in my job description. He threatens to write me up. I tell him no, "You get paid more than me, you can go clean it up."

    He gets one of the other minimum wage grocery baggers and tells him to do it. I'm like, "Dude, do not listen to him. You don't get paid shit."

    Other dude folds. Goes in there to clean the shit. I'm disappointed. Manager writes me up. I really don't care, that was some bullshit he tried to pull. Not like other dude got a raise out of it or anything, and I didn't get fired over it either. I did get fired over stealing cigarettes though, that's another story.

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      [–]Draki1903 1 point2 points  (0 children)

      I remember reading writing directions that said "Rape is the new dead parents"

      [–]thisiszerocool 1 point2 points  (0 children)

      I'll wait a few months and look up if the number of rape reports went down next to the date the iphone 6 was launched, that should give interesting results.

      [–]50-cal 280 points281 points  (40 children)

      They're self veto-ing for you.

      Look at this way, women who claim to have been raped fall into 2 categories, those who have and those who pretend they have. The first group, well I feel awful for them but it's a lot of baggage for a prospective partner to have to deal with and I'm not altruistic enough to give much of a shit, I'm here to get mine.

      The second group are quite simply bat-shit, issues up the wall and obviously liars, someone you don't really want to get involved with because it could seriously damage your life.

      Either way, if you hear the words "I've been raped" leave a girl's mouth, you turn tail and run.

      [–]Lt_Muffintoes 58 points59 points  (1 child)

      Word

      [–]17 Endorsed Contributortrudatness 12 points13 points  (0 children)

      I'm aghast at this rape hysteria shit going on. It's really fucked up.

      Once you hear those words - either way - you know the woman is completely batshit.

      Run like your life depends on it - because it really does. A false accusation can fuck you up.

      [–]RedPill115 18 points19 points  (28 children)

      Either way, if you hear the words "I've been raped" leave a girl's mouth, you turn tail and run.

      The problem is - it's starting to become so prevelant, how would you get laid ever?

      [–]50-cal 162 points163 points  (23 children)

      Despite the popular consensus on this sub, not all women are entirely pants-on-head retarded.

      [–]RedPill115 24 points25 points  (16 children)

      I don't disagree with you.

      But having run into it recently in a situation where I was red pill in maintaining my frame and distance but completely kept her at arms length and making absolutely no push towards things going somewhere physical - to have the girl thank me for "not raping her" when I decided to leave (twice!) - it seems like this is becoming more prevalent.

      [–]50-cal 12 points13 points  (3 children)

      I think it's becoming a kind of attention seeking shit test for some girls. Almost like a snare or bear trap to rope in some sympathetic orbiters while illuminating some potential 'alpha fucks'.

      There's not a lot to be done about it though, so I wouldn't expend the effort worrying.

      [–]RedPill115 13 points14 points  (2 children)

      That's a bit like saying "don't worry about how some of your neighbors have pet tigers, most people don't have pet tigers".

      When women complain that men are "assholes" for doing something, you can ignore it. When women start causally referring to men doing something that they can report to the cops and you can be arrested for, you start to have a huge problem.

      This girl told me that she had reported being raped before (why do you think I left?). However, her stories for those definitely sounded like an actual crime where it was very clear the guy knew she didn't want to do it and just kept on with things. I mean very, very clear. I've known her for a while, and she seems a little crazy, but not malicious or that crazy. It's possible she was almost more talking to herself "see? this guy wasn't interesting in that crap, more normal guys do exist". I had made out with her before, so she knew there was at least a time when I was interested in her.

      Still, I can't imagine using a word that's both so immoral and legally binding so casually like that.

      [–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (1 child)

      the girl thanked me for "not raping her"

      "Don't flatter yourself, toots." Followed by an ice cold shoulder. Punish a bitch for that kind of shit.

      [–]Hatorader 11 points12 points  (9 children)

      Thank you for not raping? Are you serious?

      [–]RedPill115 10 points11 points  (8 children)

      She specifically thanks me for not raping her. Yes. Twice.

      In the situation it seemed like the "I had something to drink so it we slept together it would be rape" thing.

      Like I said, I want to be very very clear that I never made the slightest aggressive move towards. Quite the opposite, I was keeping her at arms length the entire time.

      Definitely the most bizarre thing that's happened to me this year.

      [–]Gradutedskillender 2 points3 points  (7 children)

      I've had sex with a couple men where they are completely afraid to do anything. "Okay should we do this now? Is this okay? Should we move?" Like man stop asking permission and just fuck me already. If it's not okay I'll say so! They're so nervous about being called out for "rape" and take "communication" to the level where sex is a negotiation. Just turn me over and if I don't want to do that I'll get up. Jesus.

      [–]Misteralcala 7 points8 points  (0 children)

      That's only gonna get worse as guys begin to see more of their peers' lives ruined on frivolous charges. It will come to a point where NOBODY but an 'actual' rapist is going to want to risk having casual sex with women, because all the rest of the guys are going to be scared shitless of the possible fallout.

      [–]sweetleef 7 points8 points  (1 child)

      Easy for you to say when you're not the one facing prison, bankruptcy, and a lifelong sexual predator tag.

      [–]Gradutedskillender 2 points3 points  (0 children)

      Oh for sure. It's a scary thought and in the current social climate I understand their fear. It's just sad.

      [–]HiddenPools 2 points3 points  (0 children)

      Maybe it's just my types, but I've never encountered a woman who has told me her problems on the first, second, or 5th date. Unless something was unavoidable like "I have a kid", I've had every woman I've ever dated wait for LTR status before dropping bombs on me.

      I guess if you're in college it might be different.

      [–]upsidedownbackwards 1 point2 points  (0 children)

      Though the ones who will have sex with you while you wear your pants are on your head are pretty good.

      [–]1BadgerBurger 133 points134 points  (15 children)

      They are. Talking about "rape" on college campuses is all the rage these days. If you're a girl without a "rape" or "almost rape" story, then you must not be desirable enough.

      I fell for it in my beta days. I would hear the sob story and feel bad for the girl, then the very next week, see the girl and guy flirting and hitting it off again.

      Honestly, there should be different words for the two occurrences. A hook up session going further than originally planned (but not objected to at that time) is not even close to the same thing as violent, purely-against-the-will, forcible sex.

      [–]Dick-Tracy 80 points81 points  (11 children)

      We have a word for the former already, it's called regret. Cultural Marxism is forcing a redefinition of words upon us.

      [–]Hoodwink 22 points23 points  (10 children)

      Or a guy being 'pushy' about sex.. I think that was the term used in multiple 70's-80's movies.

      Now, it's 'rape' even though the guy didn't actually use force. He just proceeded when he was given a 'no'.

      [–]McDoner 17 points18 points  (3 children)

      But don't forget to be persistent, they love that.

      [–]Iupvoteforknowledge 15 points16 points  (0 children)

      Step 1: Be attractive.

      Step 2. Don't be unattractive.

      [–]iggybdawg 10 points11 points  (4 children)

      They'll count "sex or we break up" as coercive force these days.

      [–]Gradutedskillender 1 point2 points  (0 children)

      I sort of define rape as when you did everything in your power to stop it. You made a scene, you left, pushed scratched whatever, and if he still gets it in, and you can't fight him off, that's rape. A guy grabbig your ass on the bus is sexual harassment, not rape. Going along with it after he keeps trying despite a no, that's your fault

      [–]himan235 19 points20 points  (0 children)

      If you arent "rape material" your not attractive enough is what its become. They all want lust

      [–]Endorsed ContributortrpSenator 2 points3 points  (0 children)

      The case was closed for me when I actually started looking up the pictures of all those tumblrinas who were fucking obsessed with rape. You know, those people that think everything is rape and are constantly in fear of being raped.

      Yeah, well they are all fat and ugly. Not a single one was ever attractive. So I get the vibe that their obsession with rape is more about creating an illusion that there are some dominant and aggressive men out there who actually want to have sex with their fat asses so bad, that they would be willing to force it on them.

      [–]17 Endorsed ContributorJP_Whoregan 67 points68 points  (8 children)

      Campus feminism has succeeded in broadening the term "rape" to include "drunken sex I regretted the next day". I'm so fucking happy I'm long out of college and no longer have to deal with that circus.

      [–]McDoner 34 points35 points  (2 children)

      I know a guy that spent a month in prison, because 3 girls reported him for rape. All friends, all reported to the police at the same time, and each "rape" was a week apart. (So the first "rape" was over 3 weeks old.) No college campus protocols were followed by them, and all evidence was "washed". So from all his legal fees, a month in prison, and his name scarred, just based on he said/she said. Unbelievable.

      [–]Adach 12 points13 points  (0 children)

      And isnt michelle obama going on a campaign to raise awareness on unreported canpus rapes?

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        [–]Misteralcala 8 points9 points  (0 children)

        Doesn't matter. A crying girl's statement is worth more than any legal protection you can have drawn up.

        [–]Elodrian 1 point2 points  (1 child)

        Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm guessing the majority of incidents that get people expelled from school wouldn't pass the beyond a reasonable doubt bar of an actual court. Why do people not press charges for making false allegations and force the issue? If there were actual consequences for this behaviour it might diminish.

        [–]17 Endorsed ContributorJP_Whoregan 7 points8 points  (0 children)

        Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm guessing the majority of incidents that get people expelled from school wouldn't pass the beyond a reasonable doubt bar of an actual court.

        That's the exact fucking point. Obama and his push for Title IX enforcement has basically told universities that if they do not aggressively investigate and punish alleged "sexual offenders", they will lose federal funding. Always follow the money. So colleges are now basically setting up "kangaroo court" hearings where the man is presumed guilty upon accusation of the woman, and he can be expelled from school based entirely upon the opinion of the school's administrative panel, who, btw, is not trained in professional law enforcement or evidence collection.

        And the guy is fucked permanently, because no other school will transfer his credits once he has the "sexual offender" label hanging around his neck. And all of this can happen without a conviction ever occurring in an actual court of law.

        Why do people not press charges for making false allegations and force the issue? If there were actual consequences for this behaviour it might diminish.

        They don't press charges because it's a waste of time. No District Attorney in the land will prosecute a false rape accusation, because District Attorneys are elected just like sheriffs and judges. And they fear the feminist lobby coming after them. They hide behind the fallacious logic that if they prosecute a "rape liar", it will "prevent other actual rape victims from coming forward". This is complete bullshit, but it's the skirt that DA's hide behind when justifying why they don't prosecute rape liars. Rape is about the only crime that an alleged "victim" can accuse someone of and get away with it. Any other crime, robbery, theft, murder, assault, etc, and you can be charged with filing a false police report. But not rape.

        [–]Endorsed ContributorRS73 97 points98 points  (4 children)

        They discuss last night's party, where the friend reveals that she was "raped at the party when a guy who was giving her oral sex took it further and tried to fuck her."

        She's happily letting some guy eat her cunt for her pleasure and then she's suddenly this violated maiden-victim when he inevitably wants to stick his dick in her? Jesus H. Fucking Christ, the mentally warped delusions girls are trained to live out now could not get any more insane. Just think about how much of an ignorant entitled princess you have to be to not think that the horny male slobbering on your pussy for your entertainment is not going to get extremely worked up and want to fuck or at least get the favor returned.

        That's our culture's bullshit sex education. Females are taught that whatever they want, no matter how selfish it may be, is what they have a right to and that whatever reaction they provoke in others, well, tough shit, that's their problem. It's a sort of "god complex" where they are "all" and other people (specifically men) have no more identity than an insect. It's feminist man-hating played out in sex.

        [–]LittleCrazee 14 points15 points  (3 children)

        Hoo Ha! Exactly what he said.

        I'm not a woman hater. Quite the opposite actually but there are specific women that I have a severe disliking for. The woman in OP's post is one of those for exactly the reasons /u/RS73 states so eloquently.

        Yes, you are entitled to decide to not have sex with someone and yes, the other person should stop if you say no. But NO, it is not rape if he doesn't then force the act to continue. It. just. isn't.

        [–]ChoppinTheTarts 5 points6 points  (2 children)

        Hold on a second you are wrong there. She is a real bitch if she has you eat her out and doesn't let you fuck her but if she says no and you "force" her that is indeed rape.

        [–]AcrossHallowedGround 11 points12 points  (1 child)

        He's saying that if the guy makes a move to fuck her, she then tells him no, and he stops, it's not rape, which is correct.

        [–]ChoppinTheTarts 7 points8 points  (0 children)

        The double negatives had me mixed up. I agree.

        [–]A_Thousand 148 points149 points  (2 children)

        Look how oppressed I am. Don't you feel bad for me?

        [–]1favours_of_the_moon 56 points57 points  (1 child)

        Yes, and also it's considered the "big thing" that is ostensibly "happening" right now.

        How can a bitch NOT want to be included in something that important?

        [–]1Goomich 49 points50 points  (0 children)

        LOL

        Women like what other women have. Red Pill 101.

        [–]aazav 13 points14 points  (0 children)

        It's the "mee too! I wanna fit in!" thing that girls do.

        [–]mainst 96 points97 points  (7 children)

        They discuss last night's party, where the friend reveals that she was "raped at the party when a guy who was giving her oral sex took it further and tried to fuck her."

        that generation is just fucked

        [–]jova33 21 points22 points  (1 child)

        So, I have this girl at my apartment, and I start going down on her. I take my pants off while I'm finger banging her and twiddling her clit with my tongue. Then I come up to stick my dick in her, and all of the sudden she's like, "No, I've got a boyfriend."

        I'm baffled by this. I've never had this occurrence before. So I put my dick in her face and am say, "Ok then, suck it."

        "No, I don't do that."

        "Well, you can fucking leave then."

        That was the one and only time that shit ever happened. I wonder if the bitch told her boyfriend some guy tried to rape her.

        [–]whystoppnow 12 points13 points  (0 children)

        How could she think that shit's ok? Is society that scared of male sexuality that we have a generation of women that really have no idea what sex means to men?

        [–]McDoner 6 points7 points  (1 child)

        That same sentence just fucking blew my mind. But I don't know what I was expecting really.

        [–]colovick 7 points8 points  (0 children)

        This isn't even that bad... There are people who follow through and press charges because they were talked into enjoying themselves more

        [–][deleted] 68 points69 points  (4 children)

        Imagine you had a magic phrase that got you whatever you wanted - love, money, protection, sex, etc. No one is allowed to question this phrase, they just fall into pre-programmed behaviours.

        Why wouldn't you use it?

        [–]2HornedLamb 33 points34 points  (3 children)

        This has nothing to do with racism.

        [–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

        Jesse Jackson has competition

        [–]McDoner 5 points6 points  (0 children)

        I'm really hoping you're black, and being funny.

        [–]Throw-awy 54 points55 points  (6 children)

        A friend of mine that is now a cop in a town with a huge college campus was telling me a story of how a coed and her friend went to the police station to report that she was raped. The detectives interview her and she tells how she was drunk at a bar, goes back to her place with a guy and proceeds to perform fellatio him. When he finishes, she pulls off her dress and underwear off and says "now my turn." He says something crude to her like "hell no I don't know where that's been," and leaves. The detectives very calmly tell her that is not rape. She keeps repeating that she was degraded and humiliated and that is rape. They keep going in circles like this and what my friend told me that stuck out was the buzz words she kept using: humiliated, degraded, harassed, insulted, and my favorite, DISENFRANCHISED. Really?

        It just boggles my mind that there are women out there like this. She actually took the time to get dressed, google where the police station is located, find a friend to go with her and walk in to try to file charges against this guy.

        WTF is wrong with people.

        [–]Red_Pill_Theory 17 points18 points  (0 children)

        Sex education in America is clearly failing. The fact that these women consider it rape when a man doesn't want to reciprocate oral sex. That is absolutely frightening.

        [–]sweetleef 9 points10 points  (0 children)

        From their point of view, like everything else, "rape" is an emotion not an act. If they feel bad, that is "rape".

        [–]Hoodwink 7 points8 points  (2 children)

        I doubt the veracity of this story. In fact, I hope more cops start wearing cameras on their person to record this shit and put it on the internet because this is too unbelievable.

        [–]Kombaiyashii 52 points53 points  (10 children)

        Anyways, yesterday we're conversing again and she reveals to me that she was "raped by a guy who was cuddling with her in her bed and tried to have sex with her".

        Yet she asks you (a near stranger) to do the exact same thing?

        [–]reasonableman1 42 points43 points  (3 children)

        Dude, she should be able to cuddle naked with a complete stranger without having to worry about him making a move. She also should be able to leave her purse in an car with the door wide open in a shitty neighborhood and be entirely shocked when it (and possibly the car) are gone shortly thereafter.

        [–][deleted] 32 points33 points  (0 children)

        "No officer, I was only showing the homeless man the money I just pulled out of the ATM. I didn't give him permission to take it."

        [–]Kombaiyashii 12 points13 points  (0 children)

        Sorry, I was victim blaming (again).

        [–]Hatorader 5 points6 points  (0 children)

        It's common knowledge that men think about raping someone every 6 seconds.

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          [–]1niczar 10 points11 points  (1 child)

          Back in my beta days, I had a situation where my ex was sleeping over and wasn't interested in doing anything

          Thanks to TRP you now know exactly what to do: tell her to get the fuck out.

          [–]BluepillProfessor 4 points5 points  (0 children)

          Actually the technique is to freeze her out. Leave her laying there and surf the internet/ignore the frigid denying bitch until she begs for you to come back to bed. Of course then when you have sex she will still cry about regret/rape cuz hamster.

          [–]House__Blend 1 point2 points  (0 children)

          I lost it at this comment and started cackling maddly at work. Thanks dude, my sides hurt

          [–]dazerzooz 10 points11 points  (0 children)

          It's the new ice bucket challenge.

          Women love to have problems. Receiving sympathy is as rewarding to them as seeking compliments; it's another form of validation.

          [–]Wargame4life 30 points31 points  (4 children)

          Red flag, red flag, walk away, if someone uses rape as a tool for sympathy or support thats about as red flag as it gets.

          [–]1TheReason13 8 points9 points  (1 child)

          Girls are crying wolf, they don't realize that they are desensitizing people to the concept of rape. People will eventually roll their eyes at rape stories and charges.

          Feminism.

          [–]Endorsed ContributorAerobus 44 points45 points  (4 children)

          Keep in mind according to them a low-value beta looking at them is stare-rape, which is just as legitimate as the Oxford dictionary definition of rape in their eyes.

          [–]Endorsed ContributorRedBigMan 3 points4 points  (2 children)

          Fuck the Oxford dictionary definition what's the legal definition.

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            [–]-Tyler_Durden- 6 points7 points  (0 children)

            Any rational man would leave California ASAP. Men are offenders by default; by law you are now guilty until you prove your own innocence.

            [–]Endorsed ContributorHarleyWalker 8 points9 points  (0 children)

            Everyone wants to be a victim. It's the highest position you can be in modern western society and it's fucking disgusting

            [–]Gonadzilla 18 points19 points  (3 children)

            I'm so glad I grew up in the 70's/80's. I'd be terrified to fuck anyone because pretty much anything means rape, and women are out of their minds.

            "I asked him to fuck me in the ass and spit on me, and then he touched my hair. I did NOT consent to that!!!"

            [–]masterdebater25 4 points5 points  (0 children)

            "I asked him to fuck me in the ass and spit on me, and then he touched my hair. I did NOT consent to that!!!"

            That's one of the funniest things I've ever read, thank you for that.

            [–]Evileddie13 24 points25 points  (3 children)

            It isn't new. I'm 36 and even though I didn't go to college, I went to a lot of a bars when I was younger. It wasn't unusual for me to meet a girl and have her tell me, within ten minutes of meeting her, that she was raped. I even had a girl tell me I raped her...in front of her fiance and my girlfriend and the time. Hard to rape a girl when it was her idea to take out her tampon and spend 15 min cleaning her vag up before we fucked. Lol, funny thing thing though, I went to school with her finance...AND HE ROLLED HIS EYES AND SAID, "Don't worry about it." Apparently, she does this on the reg. This happened 11 years ago.

            [–]2 Endorsed ContributorFLFTW16 11 points12 points  (1 child)

            I hope you went into detail in front of everyone standing there so your g/f at the time could hear the story.

            "Oh you mean when you took your tampon out and cleaned your bloody vagina because you wanted my cock so bad?"

            For some reason I imagine the four of you at a wine tasting, with three of you holding glasses of red. The wanna-be raped woman in question is sipping water because, like the trash that she is, she is already wasted. Your g/f at the time is biting into a cheese and cracker. Your ex's fiance has a sweater tied around his neck. When the word tampon is uttered your g/f just goes blank at what she is hearing and bites down HARD, the cracker falls into her glass of red. It's OK, she wasn't going to finish it, it was too bitter for her. Her fiance rolls his eyes. "don't worry about it" while grasping your shoulder. He adjusts the sweater tied around his neck. Everyone collectively sucks in air and takes a gentle step back.

            [–]Evileddie13 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            Lol, I wish I had the balls. I hate to say this but I was so mad at my girlfriend FOR NOT DEFENDING ME. I still remember the look in her eyes...'The need for drama.' I think of it often. To clarify, there were four players in this. Me, my girlfriend, cunt bag(that I fucked and who bled all over me) and Nate. She was engaged not to Nate[named changed] not at the time of the accusation but to a different dude. She invited me to her first engagement party,( not Nate) but the dude she went home to after said night. Yep, I drove her home and dropped her off down the street at her request, she wanted to avoid suspicion. The moral of the story is this, I did not rape her. Her fiance at the time was a dude who bullied me in 7 the grade. I beat him up in 7th grade cooking class. His was bigger than me then and was much bigger than me at the time of this story. He had two VERY REAL REASONS TO BEAT ME UP...NOPE ROLLED HIS EYES. "Don't worry about it." SECONDLY, girlfriend didn't defend me. The fact I even thought she should makes me shutter. Jesus, the look in her eyes...I wish I could paint it. It was greed, want...DESIRE...for what I can only recognize as THE WANT A WOMEN FEELS FOR DRAMA. It took my years to realize that situation for what is was. I am 36 now. I can honestly say, this subreddit has changed my life. Lol, FLF, I like your version better. Stay frosty men and don't take any shit.

            [–]Endorsed ContributortrpSenator 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            Just from personal experience, I've found that a majority of these BS rape claims only come after someone finds out about the hookup that she didn't want to know. Be it her friends and she's trying to avoid looking like a slut and giving their gossiping asses something to use, or her boyfriend who she doesn't want to let know she's a cheating whore.

            [–]1favours_of_the_moon 22 points23 points  (12 children)

            It's like the word "SAFE." Originally it meant: protected from rape or violence. Now it means: protected from ever having to feel socially awkward or unvalidated.

            BUT, they still use it, as if it has the original meaning. So if you don't validate a bitch, she will say she doesn't feel SAFE around you. Implying that you might ATTACK.

            This watering down of the word RAPE is no different. I would not go within 20 feet of a bitch like that. If you go home with a drunk psycho bitch, it's your own fault when she inevitably ACCUSES YOU.

            EMBARGO!

            [–]Dick-Tracy 11 points12 points  (9 children)

            It's like the word "SAFE." Originally it meant: protected from rape or violence. Now it means: protected from ever having to feel socially awkward or unvalidated.

            Great example of cultural marxism in action, here, and particularly an excellent choice of word: they're redefining it to imply equal outcomes, rather than the discrete meaning it used to have for basic physical security.

            [–]1favours_of_the_moon 12 points13 points  (8 children)

            And they're also strategically employing the word to take maximum advantage of the double meaning.

            The same thing is happening right now with the word "rape." It is becoming a commonplace, encompassing the "crime" of looking at someone the wrong way.

            Yet the penalties (both legal and social) remain the same.

            NEWSPEAK anyone?

            [–]Dick-Tracy 8 points9 points  (7 children)

            Orwell totally predicted this whole thing. We're beginning to live in the age of the Ministry of Truth, except it's an emergent phenomenon (the neoreactionaries call it the Cathedral, the unholy trinity of academia + media + politics).

            [–]gensyms 5 points6 points  (3 children)

            It just looks like an emergent phenomenon.

            In fact, it's among the predictable results of the Frankfurt School's critical theory having been applied so masterfully.

            [–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (1 child)

            Women are masters at employing Semantic Shift for personal gain.

            [–]drewbaccha 4 points5 points  (0 children)

            Most chicks these days equate regret sex to rape because that is what they are being taught in university. My GF had what I consider to be an actual date rape and she shrugged it off as regret sex. (this happened while we knew each other but weren't dating)

            It's getting to a point where a man will have to have an attorney present before insertion. Rape is the new buzzword to be edgy and free of responsibility.

            People get these weird fucking ideas about what constitutes sex/cheating. I've encountered almost every form of mental gymnastics to cover people's insecurities:

            • I'm not gay but lemme suck ur dick bro
            • It's not cheating if it's anal
            • I didn't cum so its not cheating
            • I'm just having fun
            • If a dude's hard that means he wanted it

            And so on. I cannot comprehend these people who knowingly put themselves into situations where sex is heavily implied and then go on to trap them after the fact. I think that these people are psychopaths and have a genuine mental illness.

            TL;DR Be careful what you fuck. Don't let anyone sidestep in telling you what they actually want. You'll get laid less but the ones you do end up sleeping with will be much less likely to attempt to destroy your life.

            [–]TheLordOfShit 5 points6 points  (0 children)

            Lying for attention. Nothing new. I saw Goody Booth with the Devil!

            [–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (3 children)

            The double standard is the worst. Went on a first date with a girl, during which she explains how she was raped, using it as an excuse for all of her odd behavior:

            She tells me how a guy she was dating, but hadn't had sex with yet, pulled his hard penis out while they were making out in a car and asked her to suck it. She called that rape...

            So I respond by saying I was raped too, by a woman. I go on to tell her how I was in a bar and went into the bathroom to piss. While standing at the urinal, this really drunk chick walks in and comes up behind me and tries to grab my penis while I'm taking a piss, whispering how I'm hot and she wants to fuck me. (true story)

            Her response: "that's not rape, she is just probably a slut and was looking for sex that night".

            facepalm

            [–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (2 children)

            Damn dude your story is wayyy worse than hers. If some slut came and did that to me I seriously would feel violated. Girls think that guys want any girl to touch their dick. Fuck that

            [–]svogliate 4 points5 points  (0 children)

            It's trending right now. As I was typing this comment watching Monday Night Football a special ad came on with a lot of people saying "No more." The woman at the end looked like she was about to reach out of the screen and punch me in the face for the crime of being present while she was talking about rape.

            Monkey see, monkey do. Last month it was the ice bucket challenge. Next month they'll have to find something else to distract us from the fact that America just declared war on Syria and started bombing it.

            [–]Stinkfished 11 points12 points  (0 children)

            Being a victim is all the rage all the cool kids are doing it.

            [–]SuperSlimMoto 16 points17 points  (0 children)

            Because most women have rape fantasies, and it's cognitively stimulating to think about being forced and losing control to a dominant male.

            Alternatively, it simply provides an out for her behavior—irresponsibility or her want of sex, both of which lower her sexual market value (SMV) with all future male suitors.

            Hence why women lie and underreport their number of sexual partners, slut shame other women in excess of men, etc.

            [–]Onislayer64 4 points5 points  (1 child)

            all I see are victim's of society's propaganda. if this is how women act now I think I may have to go full on gay cause i'd rather literally take it in the ass then figuratively get it in the ass in court.

            [–]dave_is_not_here 4 points5 points  (1 child)

            College girls are basically told the day they walk in "absolutely any sexual situation that is uncomfortable for absolutely any reason is RAPE".

            So....we get this...

            [–]Philhelm 28 points29 points  (11 children)

            I guess I'm old school and think that it's only rape if she's screaming and crying, or is drugged. Everyone knows that "no" doesn't always mean "no."

            Having said that, my wife said that our second child was born of rape, so I told her that our child will probably become a werewolf.

            [–][deleted] 18 points19 points  (9 children)

            Actually as of today, its only Yes means Yes in California. What a stupid law. "I didn't say Yes you can have intercourse with me, I was raped even though I initiated contact and gave you no indication that I didn't want it"

            [–]Woden_Snow 8 points9 points  (1 child)

            Was listening to NPR today about Affirmative Consent. Seems like a great way to continue this "rape" epidemic. How do you prove between two parties if affirmative consent was reached. If it comes down to he said she said, couldn't a party claim they didn't say yes even if they did. I don't see how this law helps anything.

            [–][deleted] 10 points11 points  (0 children)

            Basically it just makes it easier to throw innocent guys in jail, at the end of the day girls will just claim: "I said yes because I was scared of what would happen if I said no."

            Where there is a hamster there is a way.

            [–][deleted] 17 points18 points  (5 children)

            I had a girl with a straight face tell me the following story:

            She invited a random over to her house. Then she willingly got into bed with him. They were messing around. She put the brakes on it and said she didn't want to go further. He pressed the action a little bit. They fucked even though she was somewhat hesitant. And she called that rape.

            I told her how batshit insane that was. Imagine if I asked a total stranger over to my house. Then I told him he could take the fine china, but not the television. But he takes the television anyway. I guess you could make a case that I was victimized, but the level of my complicity is off the charts.

            Needless to say, she got mad and left. Bullet dodged.

            [–]humankin 6 points7 points  (0 children)

            That isn't a great analogy. Much better would be if you said he couldn't take the television but he insisted so you said sure, go ahead. I'd also include that you never asked the stranger to leave.

            [–]reasonableman1 3 points4 points  (1 child)

            To play devil's advocate, I can see the argument that it is telling a friend that they can come over and take your old glass-tube TV, but they come over and take the nice plasma screen too. That would be a pretty shitty thing to do, even if the friend talked you into it. Since there isn't a written contract, your regret at being duped is going to seem like they stole the TV.

            [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            I would agree that the analogy has its limitations. However, remember that this guy was not a friend. He was a random stranger that she met online and invited over to her house. I think you will agree that is quite dangerous. Then she put up mild resistance after willing getting naked with him. He then pushed through it, and she went along.

            [–]Transmigratory 13 points14 points  (1 child)

            Just a new toy they want to play with.

            [–]McDoner 2 points3 points  (0 children)

            Wow, unbelievable how true this is.

            [–]-Tyler_Durden- 8 points9 points  (1 child)

            When a potential plate brings this topic up and starts seeking sympathy, you must remove yourself from the situation. Tell her simply and clearly that you can't handle this, then leave. Either she has really been raped or she hasn't, and is seeking attention. As cruel as this may sound, in either case they are damaged goods and not worth your time or effort.

            Or, in other words, the fucking you are seeking is not worth the fucking you will receive.

            [–]phillip42069 2 points3 points  (0 children)

            It's their lack of wanting to take responsibility of not saying no. It was said best in the boondocks episode when r-Kelly was on trial. " I knew he was pissing on me, if I didn't want it, I'd just move out the way". If I don't want something I just say no.

            [–]CaptainDouchington 3 points4 points  (0 children)

            We are a culture of wannabe victims. It's cool to be victimized. Get's you attention. Makes you cool at all the parties.

            [–]Kalepsis 5 points6 points  (0 children)

            Every woman has been raped, according to the new legal definition of the word. This is not sarcasm. They can claim rape any time they aren't specifically asked if they want sex and they don't specifically say "yes". And according to California, even if you do get specific consent, she can change her mind in the middle of the act, not tell you she changed her mind, and if you continue, you are raping her. So you have to ask her every couple seconds, "do you still want to have sex?", and she has to reply, "yes". If she says anything other than yes, you're raping her.

            This shit has gone way too far.

            But at least she gets pity-attention, which makes her feel better.

            Personally, I refuse to continue seeing a girl who has a story like that. If she's ok with telling everyone that the last guy "raped" her, she is perfectly fine with telling everyone that you "raped" her.

            Here's my tip for college student males: do not fuck anyone from your college. Get townies, and don't tell them that you're a college student. Your education is at risk any time you look at a college woman.

            [–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

            Here's a fucked up but effective litmus test....

            Actual rape is violent and traumatic. Women who have actually been raped don't talk about it at parties.

            [–]100 Modbsutansalt 13 points14 points  (0 children)

            Well adjusted people (read: not crazy) don't just blurt out they've been sexually assaulted to strangers--you've known her all of two days. What she's doing is dropping a big fat red flag in your lap that she's nuts. Also, who "cuddles" with someone they've only known two days and isn't a hookup? Did I mention that chick is nuts?

            They discuss last night's party, where the friend reveals that she was "raped at the party when a guy who was giving her oral sex took it further and tried to fuck her."

            Since he merely tried to escalate and failed and didn't actually force the matter, then she wasn't "literally almost raped" as nutjobs are wont to say. And speaking of nutjobs, her friend is equally crazy. Birds of a feather...

            Their behavior is attention seeking and demonstrates a lack of boundaries. These are the recipes for a false rape accusation in the making.

            [–]gameno 10 points11 points  (2 children)

            The definition of rape has changed due to rape culture. Whats worse is women are being coerced to believing they were raped by friends and faculty. Things are getting out of hand quickly and we have feminism to thank. I feel bad for the future generations who will likely be required to have a court order in order to have sex as well as a witness during the act.

            [–]Hank711 7 points8 points  (0 children)

            THIS is the reason not to go after feminists. A lot of them are OK otherwise, but they'll throw around rape and "emotional abuse" over stupid shit.

            [–]m0j0j0_j0 7 points8 points  (3 children)

            A lot of times it's easier to blame others than it is to take responsibility for their actions. Women I know who have in fact been raped do not go around telling people, mostly because it is too traumatizing to even bring up. These people who just throw around the phrase "I've been raped" are destroying the meaning of the phrase and hurting the individuals who truly have suffered from a terrible event.

            [–]Red_Pill_Theory 10 points11 points  (1 child)

            Exactly. A close family member of mine was violently raped at one point in her life. She has never uttered a word about it. I wouldn't have known it happened if her brother didn't mention it to me. From what I can tell, she's just wanting to put it behind her and move on with her life.

            Because of this, I really get angry when I hear someone spout a story that's obviously BS.

            [–]humankin 4 points5 points  (0 children)

            She doesn't want her victimhood to define her.

            [–]sunwukong15 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            Yes, that's why it makes me so angry. My mother was raped, actual rape.

            What these college girls are doing is such a disservice to women.

            [–]Acx3 3 points4 points  (0 children)

            The victim card seems to be the in thing nowadays. My friend met this girl off of tinder who immediately told everyone in his social group that she had been kidnapped. I guess him and his friends were driving somewhere and she thought the random, awkward interjection would get her some good ol' attention. Anyways, I immediately warned my friend to cut off contact with this chick... she gives off strong false rape accusation vibes.

            [–]sumdumguy-throwaway 2 points3 points  (0 children)

            it's like some kind of weird social status

            reveling in victimhood

            [–]yummyluckycharms 4 points5 points  (7 children)

            Actually, what you can always do is reverse the tables on them - and say that you were raped. Remember - the definition requires ongoing consent from both parties, and that never happens.

            Sometimes I do it just for lols, somtimes I do it cause the woman I'm talking to a feminist and I need to know if I'm wasting my time.

            [–]neveragoodtime 8 points9 points  (1 child)

            In fact, tell them the exact same story from his perspective.

            "OMG, the exact same thing happened to me. This girl invites me over to her place and we end up cuddling in her bed, as friends ( she was like 25 pounds from attractive ) and she starts rubbing her ass up on my crotch. I'm getting this hard on, but I don't know if she's just doing it by accident or what, then her pants are off and she's pulling my dick into her pussy and I'm like WTF? I just faked an orgasm so she would get off me. I was so disgusted."

            [–]yummyluckycharms 5 points6 points  (0 children)

            lol - need to remember some of those snippets - just to see the look on their faces. No feminist likes competition in the victim department - even from other feminists (See recent post of feminist interviewing feminist)

            [–]thrway1312 4 points5 points  (1 child)

            I've got two sisters, both of whom were sexually assaulted: the younger of the two was molested as a young girl and so I literally cannot think of any reason this should reflect poorly on her; she also doesn't bring it up lightly. The older of the two was a wildchild cock-carousel slut whom claims she was raped. Her lifestyle choices at the time lead me to conclude that IDGAF -- bad company, bad drugs, bad everything; she doesn't spout it off to everyone, but as an attention-craving cunt, her desire to invoke a pity party is non-zero.

            So I conclude that there is a spectrum of rape victims: women that get raped and they're literally a victim of a crime out of their control (I would wager this is the vast minority of cases), to the other extreme of being in a bad situation she has full control of, but one thing leads to another and she's no longer in control of her body (be it drugs, alcohol, coercion, etc.) and now she's having unwanted sex.

            I bet most cases are more towards the non-helpless, slutty side of the spectrum.

            I have little-to-no sympathy for girls that fail to act on their own bodies' behalf (assuming they are an adult) and nothing but disgust for girls who misuse the word 'rape' to represent 'regret'.

            tl;dr some girls want attention, others are idiots, but a few of them were legitimately raped and have trust/self-image/mental issues

            [–]ALargeBicep 4 points5 points  (0 children)

            By the modern feminist terminology, I was "raped" by a woman in my freshman year of University. She kept trying to suck my dick and I brushed her off multiple times until I finally relented and let her. Serious story.

            Can i say I've been raped now?

            [–]logically_ 2 points3 points  (1 child)

            I still want to know what's going to happen when 2 drunk people have sex. According to California's continued consent law, neither party can consent while intoxicated. Which means that they raped each other.. And that actually sounds like a good time! Finally something makes sense!

            [–]salami_inferno 3 points4 points  (0 children)

            That's an easy one. Did one of them have a penis? Well we found out who did the raping.

            [–]uahogugha7 2 points3 points  (1 child)

            It's cause women do not view themselves as fully human and adult enough to handle real responsibilities. Women are child-like and view themselves as eternal victims.

            If they have sex with a guy and regret it later, then she must have been raped.

            Also, the news propaganda doesn't help either. Women are especially susceptible to influence/advertising/propaganda and the news constantly telling them they are rape victims and the terrible dangers of rape on campus legitimizes their victim mentality.

            Essentially, this is a woman at her core.

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nn5QpgZc2uI&feature=youtu.be

            [–]YOUR_MOMS_A_CUNT 5 points6 points  (0 children)

            Did you hear about that girl that got raped by her hand and got arrested?

            Jokes aside, the reason why 'rape' is thrown around like a trendy word is because it's a word that makes it easy for females to win arguments, even when, say, sexual harassment or even awkward unintentional moments were what actually transpired.

            If I said someone committed 'genocide' every time someone said a racist thing, and it just so happened that society was very worried about racial problems and had someone arrested for genocide, that word genocide becomes used a lot more by dumb people that do not understand the implications that the word conveys.

            On the same vein, when a woman says she got raped (or almost raped) when a guy happens to maybe attempt to kiss her when she wasn't interested, and stopped when she said no and didn't do anything else, and that guy gets arrested by the police for rape; even when he gets exonerated, the woman gets no negative effects, and still remains the victim, whilst the guy will still be shunned from the community, even when he didn't even rape the girl.

            The accusation of rape is a very serious one. It seems like it's turned into a word that is just thrown around, akin to 'killing someone' ("that commedian killed me with that joke!", or "I'm going to kill you for touching my toy").

            [–]1kick6 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            Seems like people are being very frivolous with the term 'rape' lately.

            You answered your own question.

            [–]Surtrlljos 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            I was seriously molest by a fat chick. Me and piece of shit friend who like fat chicks, no insult intended just not my thing, started hanging out with two chicks that were friends at this tiny drunk hangout.

            he decides to go to their place so i had to tag along because i was his ride. we end up at one of the girls room watch tv and my friend starts dry humping one of the chicks in a corner so i just turn around watching tv.

            Then the fuck out of nowhere i'm slammed on my back on the floor and hand down my pants yanking at my home boy thor, and a mouth over my nose and mouth which smelled like onion bunion and cigarettes. fucking panicking i shove her off me fucking gagging from the taste screaming at my friend to fucking leave with me and he just looks at me still dry humping a fat chick like rabbit sex.

            so being a blue pill i told the molester i wasn't comfortable in a nice way and said sorry for panicking and just left. when instead i should of just said your a fucking fat cunt that smells like cheese, then shred what self esteem she had left.

            [–]Gravityflexo 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            If he tried to have sex with her, how is that rape? She didn't say that he did have sex with her, just that he tried...that ain't rape.

            All these girls throwing around the word rape probably comes from all these guys who think they are alpha and think it's cools to act alpha. With so many of the bags coming outta the woodworks, it's no surprise that we hear rape thrown around more often.

            [–]flatox 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            because rape is a powerword like murder, billionare, death and so on. It's attentionwhoring at its finest.

            [–]FallenHighSchoolJock 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            I believe the current definition of rape is 'had sex with a guy and regretted it sightly the next day but I don't want to look like a slut.' Apparently 80% of women in Sweden have been 'raped'.

            [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            College campus, not surprising. Women studies courses, especially the 100 Level ones meant to brainwash our young adults, which are mandatory classes for most universities, teach women that if a guy doesn't ask specifically if he can do "X" it's rape, even if the body language of the female is receptive. Hell, a woman can enthusiastically participate in sex and still believe she was raped afterwards because of the victim culture that exists on college campuses.

            Dude, you need to never socialize with these women again.

            Also, get verbal consent on video and refuse to any sexual contact unless it's recorded on video (until you are out of college or not fucking a college girl).

            Good luck, I'd hate to be a male at college today. It's a fucking field of rape accusation land mines.

            [–]SamGill 1 point2 points  (1 child)

            yes i have a friend who says she was "raped" by her ex boyfriend.

            i asked more pointed questions.

            vague nebulous answers.

            alarm bells went off in my head. she says she "would date me".

            i am very concerned. she seems to tell lies.

            [–]1Hyooge 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            A girl I was talking to told me she was raped and as it was the first time I'd ever heard of someone who's been raped was utterly supportive of her. At the time I didn't even think about the fact that she let that information out so easily and that she was sending me nudes as well. I don't know whether or not it happened but crying rape is becoming a new way to garner attention.

            [–]birdhot 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            Not enough people ITT are focusing on the most messed up part of OP's story...

            "Tried to have sex" = rape?

            The only thing more pathetic than women saying this, is that 99% of the media, Democratic party, and so-called "feminists" would rip your head off for even questioning it.

            [–]mctoasterson 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            I'm somewhat baffled by the motivation for it, but some women really get into one-upping eachother even with regards to something as negative and stigmatized as victimization.

            An anecdotal example of this was a small gathering of friends I was at several years ago, in which a friend decided to finally reveal a terrible history of sexual assault that occurred when she was a small child. She was getting therapy for it etc. and was finally ready to tell her friends. Immediately this other girl in the group interrupts her and starts telling her own story about how she got "date raped" a few months back in college. It is a bizarre kind of psychology that would motivate somebody to interrupt their friend and try to one-up their rape story, but apparently there are people like that out there.

            [–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            I don't think it's just any old type of attention that women want. I think that to be specific: women crave sympathy like an addict craves crack rocks. And playing the victim is the best way for them to cultivate sympathy in others.

            [–]duckducklandwhale 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            It is has indeed become frivolous with the term "rape" and the general devolving of what was known as classical "rape" (ie rape by force) very much of course thanks due to feminism and other groups with interest on cashing in on a negative and rather reviled subject. Though, I think the redefinition of rape by these groups has sort of gaslighted people who have accepted them into believing that they had been raped. Part of me also believes it;s a cry for attention. Ive asked some girl (who I know is an alcoholic whore) for details about her claimed rape-age (and this was after a casual, unprompted, announcing from her in a rather unrelated context at a bonfire) and the story was so illogical and nonsensical that I was waiting for an M. Night Shamalyn twist. In addition to that, I believe some females buy their own bullshit about rape as a form of hamstering for regretful actions and one of the quickest resolutions or alleviation of guilt in this society is to become a victim.

            [–]thebeautifulstruggle 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            People are now more sensitive towards unwanted touching or sexual advances, which is good. There is also some undefined grey area between sexual assault, which can mean a wide range of unwanted sexual touching, and rape which is traditionally defined as forced sexual penetration. Add in the complete lack of actual communication skills and knowledge around sex and you have a fucked up social milieu.

            [–]HalfWayInn 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            They convince themselves that they got "raped" instead of admitting their whoreness.

            [–]MuzakNinja 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            If a guy just got done eating you out, of course he's going to try to take it further. He just got done snorting pheremones. Momen pretend to be oblivious to the male sexual nature, while simultaneously using it as a weapon.

            [–]EeeeeeevilMan 1 point2 points  (1 child)

            Have you noticed all the women claiming to have PTSD now, too?

            I think that one pisses me off more than the fake rape claims. I imagine it probably sucks being a combat soldier with actual PTSD from watching your friends die and having a bunch of attention whores on the internet claiming to have PTSD because their "abusive ex-boyfriend" yelled at them once or twice.

            They need to give the soldiers' one a new name now or something, like Combat Stress Disorder or something better.

            [–]Gradutedskillender 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            My grandma has legit PTSD from being raped and abused by a family me member as a toddler until she was 14. She suffers every day. The only thing that helps a bit is medical marijuanna and even then her paranoia, agoraphobia etc is barely manageable. When these people say they have PTSD from being "fat shamed" (can't even touch that one) it makes me rage.

            [–]Kvantemekanik 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            every girl

            Let's be real for a moment, it's nowhere near every girl.

            [–]squishles 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            Beware, for some reason bpd girls seem to pull this one a lot.

            They already decided they want to fuck you, it's negotiating now. Those rape stories are their low ball offers. I bet next you'll meet girl who was raped when it was just supposed to be a blow job. You can short cut that escalation by telling them your minimum don't budge on it. Taking the low ball cuddle ect offer then taking an escalation without making it clear to them what your minimum is first is a break in frame, makes you look dangerous. Nothing wrong with them wanting to feel safe. They already know they want dominant not dangerous and this is their weird little shit test for differentiating it. They'll be fine with you fucking one in the ass, her face down in the others cunt; if they feel they have that combination.

            If they go past what you set in the moment call them on it, stop it, and reset the deal farther than they escalated next time; you'll come off as the good guy XD

            [–]haterandhypocrite 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            Victimhood is a status symbol. At any "women's conference," every speaker has to confess to some sort of assault, or whatever, or they won't be taken seriously.

            [–]BRENDORVEGAS 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            Somewhere in all of this lies a great South Park episode.

            [–]Manmore 3 points4 points  (0 children)

            Just like every fucking girl has an eating disorder. I actually know a girl who has anorexia, she looks like a holocaust survivor and it makes me angry that people throw around that term, not realizing that there are people who ACTUALLY suffer from eating disorders.

            [–]flexiblehold 2 points3 points  (1 child)

            This kind of story comports with my theory that betas are the primary perpetrators of "date rape."

            It is such a common scenario: "let's just cuddle and go to sleep, no sexual stuff." The beta, half asleep and horny as shit starts grabbing her bits, putting hands in crevices and under clothing, or boner jamming the girls rear in the middle of the night, and now she's been "sexually assaulted." This behavior compounds if drinking is involved, the girl will be more likely to submit or send mixed signals while half drunk or half asleep. Maybe the woman is half horny herself and sort of wants to fool around but regrets it later.

            Anyway, alphas just won't have this problem. a) He'll sooner go home or booty-call a plate than go to bed to cuddle like a bitch. b) If he does go to bed with a woman, it will be after she's already half naked and sucking his cock, not after eating a pint ice cream on the couch with her while watching Grey's Anatomy and talking about her feelings.

            [–]HashMajin 2 points3 points  (0 children)

            Is it just me, or does it seem like the fabled "Rape Culture" is woman-ran? A Rape Culture Of, By, And For The Victims?

            [–]iwishihadamonkey 2 points3 points  (0 children)

            just fuck her right in the pussy

            [–]MasonJarTeaDrinker 5 points6 points  (10 children)

            Shit I think I raped some girl the other night, we were fucken hammered and she kept saying "No" while grabbing my dick and guiding it towards her pussy and then proceeding to tell me "Fuck me harder".

            She's a co worker and now says that she can't remember and calls me rapist (on the low because she doesn't want anybody finding out that we fucked) WTF, it's literally got me feeling like a rapist.

            [–]House__Blend 2 points3 points  (8 children)

            Bro i seriously hope you're joking.

            [–]MasonJarTeaDrinker 2 points3 points  (7 children)

            Nah bro, I'm serious, it was in Vegas, we were fucken hammered and making out, then proceeded to go up to the room and do our thing.

            I remember bits and pieces but not everything. I do remember her telling me to fuck her harder though and then telling me no and then telling me to keep fucking her. It's all a big blur, she's young though like 21, she has baby and a BF so I'm thinking it's the hamstering that's having her say she can't remember, but IDK.

            True story, I'm either a rapist of she's just denying it to not feel guilty about the whole thing.

            [–]Labore_Et_Constantia 2 points3 points  (0 children)

            The insane level of irony of women who are all RA RA FEMINISM and then have the audacity to lie or fabricate stories that actually end up taking away from ACTUAL rape victims is just too much for me to process.

            Hams gonna ham

            [–]skripklubbin 4 points5 points  (1 child)

            I have never once met a girl in my 28 years that has had a rape or sexual assault story. I did 4 years at a major University in the US and then lived in the same city as one for 5 more years. Maybe it says more about the type of people you socialize with than anything?

            [–]McDoner 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            There is obviously some truth to this. It's pretty easy to sniff out bullshitters, especially with guys. So realizing these fuckers aren't worth your time early on will probably save your ass. Problem is when you're working with some plates, pussy tends to block some common sense. My grandpa always said, "You can't run with the pigs and smell like a rose." Especially true for women.

            [–]armenia4ever 1 point2 points  (0 children)

            Dude, stay the fuck away from that chick. She has "false rape" accusations written all over her.

            Furthermore, if she insists on just cuddling for more then 20 minutes, leave.

            (Maybe even accuse her of emotional and mental rape for withholding sex. - 92% or higher chance she's guilty according to femmy rape stats.)