The College Rape Myth that Won’t Die

The general consensus among feminists is the UVA scandal and Lena Dunham’s lies set back the movement like, a LOT. Now, they say, when women have legitimate complaints, everyone will assume it’s just another Jackie crying wolf. This totally misses the point. We’re not dealing with two random clowns who have now sullied an otherwise pure movement. We are dealing with two perfect examples of a movement that was flushed down the toilet long ago. Lena and Jackie are not anecdotal. They are indicative of a much bigger feminist catastrophe that’s been going since 1987.

That was the year Ms. Magazine claimed 1 in 4 women will experience some form of rape during their college years. The claim should shock anyone who has lived on earth and met any human men. 25% of women are getting raped in that short period of time in that one tiny area? As Heather McDonald points out in her brilliant article The Campus Rape Myth, “No crime, much less one as serious as rape, has a victimization rate remotely approaching 20 or 25 percent, even over many years.” The worst things get is maybe a tenth of that. Public Health professor Mary Koss conducted the survey and appeared to be disappointed with the results. If rape isn’t an epidemic, the feminist movement is out of a job. So, Koss decided to take her paltry results and fluff them into a much larger figure. One way she did this was to include drunk sex.

Apparently being inebriated and saying yes means no.

 

An excellent read – Heather MacDonald City Journal 

The Campus Rape Myth: The reality: bogus statistics, feminist victimology, and university-approved sex toys

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    “Some form of rape”?
    Gee, I always thought there was only one kind.
    You know, rape, rape. That kind of rape!

    Who knew that being less attractive the next day could make any man a criminal “rapist”?
    No, not sexist AT ALL!

    • Heh;)

    • Xavier

      Apparently I have been raped, and more than once.

      Hasn’t happened since I stopped drinking, though.

    • Clausewitz

      C’mon, these Feminazis to this day still consider all sex within a marriage as rape. The delusional will always be delusional until the day they die.

    • Exile1981

      If waking up next to someone so ugly that you regret the actions of the previous night was a form of rape; well then I have a friend who has been raped dozens of times. He once tried to chew off his arm rather than risk waking up the girl sleeping on it. I believe the term he used was coyote f**k.

  • L.S.

    If I Drive while legally intoxicated and hit a tree…Who is responsible? Me , the car, or the tree?

    • AmicusC

      the man that built the car

    • Xavier

      The man who grew the barley.

    • The tree.

      • Martin B

        The man who planted the tree. Down with the Patriarchy!

  • If a married man and woman get drunk, is is legal for them to go home and have sex?

    Is it legal for an inebriated women to ask for sex with the man of her choice? In the morning, can she claim rape?

    Can a lesbian have sex when intoxicated? Can she claim rape in the morning?

    If a non-drinking woman agrees to sex with an intoxicated man, can the man charge the woman with rape in the morning?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      The answer to almost all of these questions is: only if the man is unattractive, or if he is attractive, but doesn’t call the next day.

  • Pete_Brewster

    If anyone really thought there was a rape epidemic, it would be seen to that young women carried guns at all times and were trained in their use.

    Then the defense could ask the woman scorned why, if the (poor white) man in the dock tried to rape her, didn’t she just blow out his brains, because presumably she would have done the world a service. It would have to be a very good answer indeed.

    But there is no plague of poor white rapists. There’s a plague of women who by rights should be marrying and starting families who would much rather play at being drunken slags for four years, and mostly don’t want daddy to cut off their tuition payments. There is such a plague because they know they’ll get away with it. You make something easier to get away with you get more of it.

  • jayme

    This past summer with the U of Ottawa rape claims a couple women called into a local radio show both were nuts but on really shocked me she said every women had been raped but what she sees as rape was the issue for example how she gets looked at.

  • PaladinPhil

    An old study. 41% of forcible rape claims are false. I wonder if that figure has increased these days.

    http://sf-criminaldefense.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/KaninFalseRapeAllegations.pdf

  • Tom Forsythe

    The bigger lie in the feminist movement is that men need to be educated not to rape. Normal men are not turned on by violence. In fact, even the thought of it provokes rage against the abuser, not arousal. We have protective custody for a reason; even our criminals hate rapists.

    Rapists are often under the mistaken belief that they have less will-power than non-rapists, and are shocked when they discover that the rest of us don’t even think about raping anyone.

  • Tom Forsythe

    The left creates imaginary problems to save people from: rape culture, racism, global warming, right-wing militia groups, etc. It is easier than finding ways to cope with real problems: crime, Jihad, family breakdown, unemployment, poor education, etc.

  • Meanwhile, genuine victims of rape are either ignored or have had their experiences belittled by fat, white nobodies wanting attention.

    Fire these liars with a cannon into the sun.

    Or a mountain face.

    Whatever is manageable.

    • Exile1981

      Feed them to the lions, oh wait feed Dunham to a lion would be a form of animal cruelty.

      • It would.

        How about strapping Dunham to a rocket and firing it into the sun?

        • Exile1981

          I’m not sure, you’d have to be careful so that any resulting CME caused by the sun trying to get the bad taste out would be directed away from the earth.

    • In fairness, we don’t know whether Pete is overweight.