@prittii, “Women can sexually assault men… but how can a woman rape a man?”
“Rape is a serious problem against women and children in the world. Let’s quit the hypocrisy pretending it’s man’s problem too.”
“People that get raped don’t shout it out loud to the world.”
That all being said I don’t deny that women and children are the majority of victims, but that’s not a reason to turn a blind eye to the minority.
“This problem doesn’t belong to the ‘unfortunate ones’… It’s everywhere.”
“And even in this case, she is not getting any pleasure out of this torture (mental pleasure maybe)…”
Rape is not about pleasure and sex. It’s about dominance, which she would certainly be expressing.
- “people” don’t make society: “Citizens” make society! And being a citizen means having “rights and obligations”… -
Semantics aside, let’s just pretend to see where I’m coming from and say that in the grand scheme of things, society is made from human beings and human beings can rape. The law is what it is, the point is moot.
“Probably much easier than being raped! This one for example, doesn’t look sad: ”
When you take the trouble, you might find that they are just like you.
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