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If a woman "raped" me, I wouldn't cry about it or call the cops. I would be a man, and suck it up.

Like I said, I'm not a feminist. There is a way that a man should act, and that includes not acting like a "victim" just because you got a free lay.

I saw an episode of Cops where some guy called the police because his wife hit him. I mean, can he honestly call himself a man?

Same thing with a guy being "raped".

Anonymous, FSTDT 78 Comments [2/11/2010 1:25:11 AM]
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Tolpuddle Martyr

"If a woman "raped" me, I wouldn't cry about it or call the cops. I would be a man, and suck it up."

Even for an unbelievably stupid comment that is still an unbelievably poor choice of words!

2/11/2010 1:28:25 AM

BLAKE THE DISGUSTED EUROPEAN!

Can a man be raped by a woman? Is that mechanically possible?

2/11/2010 1:33:05 AM

Serph-no-Okami

Let's see you take it in the ass by some big burly woman with a giant spiked dildo and then come and tell me you 'sucked it up like a man'.

2/11/2010 1:37:55 AM

Ajax

@BLAKE

Erections are involuntary so yes. Besides that there are other sex positions that don't require erection(she could force her mouth over his penis even if its placid for example)

2/11/2010 1:43:19 AM

Karlsbad

I have a feeling that the "man" who posted that comment has very little understanding of human psychology.

@Tolpuddle Martyr: Good call!

@BLAKE: Quite. As a fellow I went to high school with once said, "Even if the mind says no, the body still says yes".

2/11/2010 1:51:06 AM

aaa

I bet five bucks that this chap has never been outside of his little troll cave.

2/11/2010 1:54:02 AM

HoJuSimpson


2/11/2010 2:06:02 AM



Many other men in the world, specially those in jail, prefer acting like real men, that is, suffering from such an inhuman act.

2/11/2010 2:06:19 AM

The Colonel

Well, legally rape is the introduction of the male organ into another person's orifice without consent. So technically, a woman can only sexually assault a man, not rape him. Though, that being a legal definition from the law of my country, it may be interpreted differently in America.

2/11/2010 2:07:07 AM

Swede

I believe in equality. To me that means equal opportunities, equal responsibilities and equal worth. If a man feels maltreated, he has the same right to point that out, to prosecute, as a woman has. An abusive person is a destructive force, regardless of gender. He or she is a danger to society and should be held accountable for his or her actions.

To stereotype it a bit, would you consider it a "free lay" if two Russian female shot putters held you down, while a third forced you to have sex?

I refuse to believe that all men will have sex with anyone and anything anytime. I strongly believe that men, just as women, have the right to choose when to have sex and with whom (as long as the other party is willing).

In Sweden rape is to force someone to participate in a sexual intercourse or comparable act. It doesn't have to be a consummate act, and the penetration with "foreign" objects is also included. Sex with a minor is ALWAYS rape, regardless of consent from the minor, in accordance with the viewpoint that children can't give informed consent.

2/11/2010 2:21:05 AM

Sandwich Board

If a woman "raped" me, I wouldn't cry about it or call the cops. I would be glad I actually got some.

More seriously, the law in my country is the same as The Colonel's in its definition of rape, except with the further specification that the victim's genitalia must be penetrated for the act to count as rape. However, there is a legally equivalent "unlawful sexual connection" that doesn't make so many assumptions about who's what is going where.

I guess it would only make a difference in this scenario if the charge was brought as "rape" not "unlawful sexual connection". But that's a technical quibble and outside the courts I see little point in making the distinction; just call it "rape" and be done with it.

2/11/2010 2:48:07 AM



Being forced to have sex at gunpoint, i.e. no actual violence but the threat of violence, is also rape.
Same goes if you have been drugged without your consent.

As for your wife hitting you, try being in a relationship with a crazy bitch who hits, bites and throws things for no reason but screams blue murder if you try and defend yourself.

"Free lay" => I am a virgin.

2/11/2010 3:52:40 AM

Orestes

The guys who say they don't think a man can be raped obviously have little to no standards. "If it's a woman, it doesn't matter what she looks like, hurp durp, I'm getting laid tonight!"

Either that or they seem to forget above average looking people typically are not the ones that are resorting to rape, barring a few bizarre cases where it's some kind of fetish. So enjoy a manatee mounting you, I wonder if you'll be so accommodating towards rape then.

2/11/2010 3:54:32 AM

atrasicarius

How about if a guy raped you?

2/11/2010 4:05:25 AM

Murdin

Huh, it was a comment about WMDKitty's own entry in FSTDT. Funny how machismo and misandry can lead to the same insane, harmful, dangerous assertions.

Anyway, I don't know if we can call this fundy, since most people tend to think like that until they spend the effort to think it through. Societal vision of male sexuality dictates that every male is always willing to have sex with members of his preferred gender (preference which is always exclusive since bisexual men don't exist). A straight male coerced into sex by a female is funny. A gay male coerced into sex by a male is funny. Only the two other alternatives can be seen as shocking and icky. Therefore, you need to be a sissy and/or a queer to be raped by a woman. When it comes to women, "true men" are potential rapists, not potential rape victimes.

@Tolpuddle : that's full of win.

2/11/2010 4:24:06 AM

Mister Spak

How about if a man "raped" you?

2/11/2010 5:35:44 AM

Fundie Basher


2/11/2010 6:00:47 AM

Amanda

What an asshole.

2/11/2010 6:15:51 AM

SCarpelan

@Murdin

I think this is clearly fundy because of the attitude. "I would be a man, and suck it up." "There is a way that a man should act..." This attitude is not limited only to the subject of rape but is based in the idea of strictly defined gender roles and acceptable behaviour. In my opinion, this is a very fundy way of thinking.

2/11/2010 6:30:57 AM

Upallnite

If the strap on was big enough you would cry.

2/11/2010 6:42:05 AM

Doubting Thomas

But I bet if you were raped by a man you'd be whining like a bitch to the cops.

And there's nothing wrong with a man reporting domestic abuse to the police. Battery is battery, regardless of who the perpetrator or victim is. And if it goes on long enough, it can be just as deadly for a man in an abusive relationship as for a woman in one. Look up Phil Hartman.

2/11/2010 7:05:12 AM



And this is why we don't know how many men get raped every year and why female rapists tend to get away scot-free to attack more men. And like male rapists, those attacks could eventually escalate to murder.

2/11/2010 7:41:58 AM

Pup

Why are people surprised that it is possible for a woman to rape a man?

It is possible for a woman to threaten a man's life or, ya know, just tie him up and force viagra down his throat.

And not every man wants to have sex with every woman. I for one wouldn't want it from any woman, being gay and all.

2/11/2010 7:55:59 AM

Rofl

If a woman raped him that'll be the only sex he'll ever get. He'll be grateful.

2/11/2010 8:18:30 AM

louislois

What a stupid little git.

I'd love to see a woman rape you with a giant strap-on, and then see if you still carry that same attitude.

2/11/2010 8:25:34 AM
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