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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:25 pm

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It intrigues me that indigenous tribes of south are able to exist without the proper modest attire required to prevent women from being brutally assaulted by men day and night.

The more protection from family a women has the less reserved she must be. Why do you think American women are generally so lacking in femininity?

So do you think that those women are just asking to be raped all the same, but they have more protection from their families? Do you think those families would do better to put clothes on their girls, lest the poor neighboring men fall victim of their own natures when nobody is looking?
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:29 pm

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Women should never be harmed...idc what they did....it's just wrong to take advantage of other women...This is why people need to be instilled with the proper virtues.

Does it "harm" men to be exposed to excessive, unfiltered displays of the female body growing up in a soft, feminized public education system that caters to the "objectified" and "victimized" (that "instills" the "proper virtues" to support a woman's "choice")?

You are a man, so why don't you answer that?
Specifically, are you harmed by exposure of the female body?

A "woman" can't answer it any better?

If I might not be as harmed "specifically" does that change the collective effect on men?  It's not about saying "I can handle it" or "It's not a big deal" or even "I enjoy seeing more of a woman's flesh, it adds to everyday life" with macho confidence or blind indifference...it's about improving and perfecting ideal conditions.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:47 pm

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A "woman" can't answer it any better?

Why would you ask a woman what harms a man and expect a better answer than a man can give?

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If I might not be as harmed "specifically" does that change the collective effect on men?

We are not talking about you. The question is "Does it harm men..."
So what is the answer?

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It's not about saying "I can handle it" or "It's not a big deal" or even "I enjoy seeing more of a woman's flesh, it adds to everyday life" with macho confidence or blind indifference...

Meaning that your opinion is that men who are not hurt by female exposure are under a pretense?

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it's about improving and perfecting ideal conditions.

What are these?
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 1:16 pm

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A "woman" can't answer it any better?

Why would you ask a woman what harms a man and expect a better answer than a man can give?

Seeing as you're so concerned with "context" maybe you should re-read "Zara's" comment: "Women should never be harmed...idc what they did....it's just wrong to take advantage of other women...This is why people need to be instilled with the proper virtues." ...and then you can see how my question doesn't "expect a better answer" because she's a "woman"

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If I might not be as harmed "specifically" does that change the collective effect on men?

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We are not talking about you. The question is "Does it harm men..."
So what is the answer?

Actually your question was directed at me, "Specifically, are you harmed by exposure of the female body?"

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It's not about saying "I can handle it" or "It's not a big deal" or even "I enjoy seeing more of a woman's flesh, it adds to everyday life" with macho confidence or blind indifference...

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Meaning that your opinion is that men who are not hurt by female exposure are under a pretense?

Are you trying to say there ARE men who are not hurt?  It might be a good idea to define "harm" though to avoid further confusion.  Harm can be the leveling of the instincts through the repetitive reinforcement of popular sentiments constantly "reborn" through association with nauseating images that depend on and demand re-approval.


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What are these?

That's a tough one, I keep trying to flesh out the details.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:01 pm

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A "woman" can't answer it any better?

Why would you ask a woman what harms a man and expect a better answer than a man can give?

Seeing as you're so concerned with "context" maybe you should re-read "Zara's" comment: "Women should never be harmed...idc what they did....it's just wrong to take advantage of other women...This is why people need to be instilled with the proper virtues." ...and then you can see how my question doesn't "expect a better answer" because she's a "woman"

Granted.
However, I don't see how a woman can answer of what harms a man if the harm is not physical. That is why I ask you instead.

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If I might not be as harmed "specifically" does that change the collective effect on men?

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We are not talking about you. The question is "Does it harm men..."
So what is the answer?

Actually your question was directed at me, "Specifically, are you harmed by exposure of the female body?"

True. Serves me right, too much multitasking Smile
Now that you've answered for yourself, would you care to speak on behalf of your sex?

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It's not about saying "I can handle it" or "It's not a big deal" or even "I enjoy seeing more of a woman's flesh, it adds to everyday life" with macho confidence or blind indifference...

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Meaning that your opinion is that men who are not hurt by female exposure are under a pretense?

Are you trying to say there ARE men who are not hurt?

Apparently so, as you just said that is not your case.

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It might be a good idea to define "harm" though to avoid further confusion.  Harm can be the leveling of the instincts through the repetitive reinforcement of popular sentiments constantly "reborn" through association with nauseating images that depend on and demand re-approval.

So you think that in order to allow man's instinct to fuck everything that moves, which is natural, to persist without causing harm to women, we must inhibit woman's instinct to flaunt, which is also natural.
Which must also mean that you equate the harm of being forced to keep one's dick in one's pants to the harm or having one's body physically violated.
Which leaves us with the options of letting all instincts run free, and let women carry knives, let men rape and let women stab; inhibit all instincts and let not men rape and let not women flaunt, burqas are in fashion I hear; let men rape women in burqas; or what we have now.

Still doesn't explain those sassy little indian girls in their uluris.
Nice ass, no?


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What are these?

That's a tough one, I keep trying to flesh out the details.

I'll take a rain check.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:20 pm

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Granted.
However, I don't see how a woman can answer of what harms a man if the harm is not physical.

How convenient.


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True. Serves me right, too much multitasking Smile
Now that you've answered for yourself, would you care to speak on behalf of your sex?

I'm not speaking on behalf of all men.

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So you think that in order to allow man's instinct to fuck everything that moves, which is natural, to persist without causing harm to women, we must inhibit woman's instinct to flaunt, which is also natural.
Which must also mean that you equate the harm of being forced to keep one's dick in one's pants to the harm or having one's body physically violated.
Which leaves us with the options of letting all instincts run free, and let women carry knives, let men rape and let women stab; inhibit all instincts and let not men rape and let not women flaunt, burqas are in fashion I hear; let men rape women in burqas; or what we have now.

Now you've gone off the deep end and are drawing wild conclusions that don't follow from what I've said. We're not in the jungle cities of Brazil here. Almost like you enjoy reading into some oppressive conservatism so you can overreact.

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Still doesn't explain those sassy little indian girls in their uluris.
Nice ass, no?

What's your point? Those are small isolated communities.

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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:27 pm

It is not as if you are giving me much to go by.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:29 pm

That ass. If only I were at home right now. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:32 pm

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It is not as if you are giving me much to go by.

lol, what kind of response is that... "I don't have much to go by, so I'll just make a bunch of stuff up"
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:43 pm

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So, homosexuality is found in nature, and is a behavior one can observe in other species, but then so is rape...

Rape, homosexuality, consensual coitus, heterosexuality - of course they exist in nature alongside every other natural thing. I wouldn't say they are all common though, and certainly not as common as one another, I would say the first 2 are the exception and the last 2 the rule. But the exceptions happen, and the rule does not have to be followed when it comes to what is possible.

Though seeing as the rape subtopic is an ethical one and not an ontological one, that argument is pretty pointless.

And seeing as the standard for most "modern morons" is the democratic ideal - born of a collection of varying preferences - rape has been found guilty of not being very preferable overall by quite a margin.
More specifically than being democratic however, is that it is "neo-liberal": it follows the rule of negative liberty.

Rape involves interference, which is pretty unpopular at the moment amongst "modern morons". Consensual homosexuality doesn't interfere with anyone, especially if it is only acted upon in private, so it's ok.
There's your distinction.

Given this, your ethical argument that one should accept the reality of things is somewhat undermined by the reality being that negative liberties rule. As natural as rape is, the reality is that it's still not preferred by a strength much greater than your self-congratulatory contrary protestations. By all means, derive your self-worth by your weak resistance to nature and calling it strong nature - I even agree that having my way feels better and stronger than not. But some fights for your positive liberties you're going to lose more than others - one of them being the defense of people who violate negative liberty. Another being the advocacy of fear as a means toward social control. As effective and "natural" as fear is, empirically it's not that effective compared to alternatives. Keep trying though, I know you will.

Myself, I'm fine with rape being unacceptable, and with the contradictory measures of forcing others not to force themselves on others - so long as the net result is greater negative liberty. I like not being interfered with.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 3:04 pm

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Still doesn't explain those sassy little indian girls in their uluris.
Nice ass, no?

What's your point?  Those are small isolated communities.

The isolated, and more importantly small community factor is actually pretty relevant - small communities are self-regulating because of the difficulty in staying under the radar. You're easily caught and punished in a small community, you can't rape and get away with it no matter how naked or alluring any girls might be (unless the community really is so small that one person can overpower the rest, or if he can team with others toward the same effect).

Hiding inside the swarm of today's humans is easy. Without the same social fear, we suddenly need intangible rules and other creative means to find and deal with rapists in order to achieve the same effect. Unfortunately, most of this in today's incarnation relies on word of mouth which is easily manipulable due to all kinds of artifacts of human psychology, such as hindsight bias, denial, forgetfulness, foolishness etc. It can easily be abused, and this requires a bunch of people to take this side (like we have on this forum) to balance the feminist side that's pushing the maximum conviction rate to ensure a minimum rate of "getting away with actual rape" - whatever the cost.

So good job guys, keep it up.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 3:13 pm

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Myself, I'm fine with rape being unacceptable, and with the contradictory measures of forcing others not to force themselves on others - so long as the net result is greater negative liberty. I like not being interfered with.

You are being interfered with every day. What you are preferring here is not being interfered with overtly. Overall a preference for covert methods.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 3:17 pm

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It is not as if you are giving me much to go by.

lol, what kind of response is that... "I don't have much to go by, so I'll just make a bunch of stuff up"

Just trying to help Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 4:47 pm

In homogenous societies one cares more for ones fellow tribesmen and rapes are much less likely to happen. In heterogenous, well you see what we have...
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 5:12 pm

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You are being interfered with every day. What you are preferring here is not being interfered with overtly. Overall a preference for covert methods.

And yet I am not being as interfered with as a rape victim. I prefer it that way too strangely enough.
Shades.

Of course there are forces of nature that interfere with me that I am utterly unable to contend with, and there are social forces with which I am - to an extent. I'm working on increasing that extent all the time, and am pretty happy with how it's turning out given my abilities and preferences.

Not jumping to conclusions helps, though at least your overt versus covert interference theory certainly seems to apply to many others - the mere perception of less interference often appears sufficient. Ability would be a significant factor in this one - to identify sources of interference as well as to overcome them, but also willingness. Indeed many women aren't willing to admit the risk they put themselves under when they test men's restraint, and indeed they are most likely finding themselves conflicted between self-esteem issues and their own safety. I would imagine they are compelled to attract the attention and compliments, but not asking for anything further. They've become complacent with their environment of negative liberty, and foolishly taken off guard once things turn too real for them. They shouldn't, and yet they are justified in expecting things not to turn too real for them - it takes two to rape in today's social climate.
Both sides can help with the issue, and should. I really don't see how male sexuality is compromised here, you can still get laid consensually if you're able. If you're not able then blame Feminism all you like.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 5:57 pm

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Both sides can help with the issue, and should. I really don't see how male sexuality is compromised here, you can still get laid consensually if you're able. If you're not able then blame Feminism all you like.

If there were no possibility of rape then there would be no possibility for consent. And possibility means it is happening in reality because if it's only a 'theoretical possibility' with about zero chance of actually occurring then consent becomes a 'theoretical consent' as well with zero depth and meaning.

So I am saying, if there were no rape occurring then the experience of consent would disappear as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 6:43 pm

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So I am saying, if there were no rape occurring then the experience of consent would disappear as well.

Good job that rape exists then Razz

Interesting point, though the sex would still exist - just without any issue with consent, in much the same as it exists now without any issues with magic. Consent could still exist perhaps with regard to other things, and indeed be only theoretically applied to sex - just as non-consensual sex would then be only theoretically applicable to it. It would have theoretical meaning but no practical significance. But I imagine that Feminists would be just as happy with this possibility in much the same way that chickens seem quite happy that sex just happens to them by their male counterparts, and then they just get on with their lives without consent having any practical significance to them either. It's only if consent applies AND isn't given that they have issues (negative liberty).

This is except of course for the case of Feminists who believe in learning how to see issues with any given thing - such as the ones who have learnt to deconstruct every thought and action in terms of male privilege... Unfortunately they exist and have some semblance of political influence. The application of reason that undoes such a position tends to be written off through the use of appeals to emotion and generalisations - as seems to be perfectly possible for any movements that have gained momentum.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:19 pm

Am I to understand that the only thing keeping men from raping at will is the fear of law?
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:44 pm

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Am I to understand that the only thing keeping men from raping at will is the fear of law?

I would hope that your understanding might incorporate not only what stops men from raping but also what starts them.
Even if it was only the fear of law that stopped them, if the law was changed or removed then they would still need to start in order for any rape to occur - and even then, only if the man were able. But what I'm guessing you're trying to get at here is that men ought to consider the feelings of the potential victim and not just law. In most cases this is of course true, though not in all. And this forum is hardly a shining example of the former since the theme running through this place is the attempted projection of maximum invulnerability, which is apparently deemed to be compromised by any admission of compassion as opposed to any thought that one may become strengthened by it.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 8:26 pm

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I would hope that your understanding might incorporate not only what stops men from raping but also what starts them.
Even if it was only the fear of law that stopped them, if the law was changed or removed then they would still need to start in order for any rape to occur - and even then, only if the man were able. But what I'm guessing you're trying to get at here is that men ought to consider the feelings of the potential victim and not just law. In most cases this is of course true, though not in all. And this forum is hardly a shining example of the former since the theme running through this place is the attempted projection of maximum invulnerability, which is apparently deemed to be compromised by any admission of compassion as opposed to any thought that one may become strengthened by it.

Be careful not to project what isn't there "imbesil"
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 8:53 pm

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Both sides can help with the issue, and should. I really don't see how male sexuality is compromised here, you can still get laid consensually if you're able. If you're not able then blame Feminism all you like.

If there were no possibility of rape then there would be no possibility for consent. And possibility means it is happening in reality because if it's only a 'theoretical possibility' with about zero chance of actually occurring then consent becomes a 'theoretical consent' as well with zero depth and meaning.

So I am saying, if there were no rape occurring then the experience of consent would disappear as well.

If there is consent, where consent is where an act occurs, non consent is when an act does not occur.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:07 pm

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I would hope that your understanding might incorporate not only what stops men from raping but also what starts them.
Even if it was only the fear of law that stopped them, if the law was changed or removed then they would still need to start in order for any rape to occur - and even then, only if the man were able.

Though I did say "raping at will", I do mean those cases in which the matter of provocation is arguable. *

I repeat that feel strongly about personal responsibility, and in cases where provocation is clear, I guess dem bitches had it comin'.


*What constitutes a provocation is, naturally, a subjective matter and as such it is a difficult topic to legislate against, not only in matters of rape but also any case of violence. The best that can be done is to legislate as though no provocation justifies an assault, and the matter of provocation is not as much a definer between guilt and innocence, but a matter of how heavy a sentence should be applied.

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But what I'm guessing you're trying to get at here is that men ought to consider the feelings of the potential victim and not just law. In most cases this is of course true, though not in all. And this forum is hardly a shining example of the former since the theme running through this place is the attempted projection of maximum invulnerability, which is apparently deemed to be compromised by any admission of compassion as opposed to any thought that one may become strengthened by it.

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PostSubject: Re: Rape Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:10 pm

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Be careful not to project what isn't there "imbesil"

Are you going to make the case that this forum is not a lair of nietzscheans... you, from the nietzsche forum old guard?
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 3:57 am

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Interesting point, though the sex would still exist - just without any issue with consent, in much the same as it exists now without any issues with magic.

I think you haven't been thinking this through. If there were no experience of consent then women would not be acting as genetic filters. Then every kind of imbecile who happens to fall over himself and land with his dick in a vagina would have an equal chance of reproduction, in this negative liberties, 'you brute are not allowed to brutalize me'-utopia.
Now that I've said this - me thinks, maybe you have been thinking this through...
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 4:05 am

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If there is consent, where consent is where an act occurs, non consent is when an act does not occur.
You will have to explain this sentence to me better, otherwise I'll go with what it looks like to me which is trying to formulate an a priori truth - a tautology which is by necessity not referring to anything real. And at the same time you are alluding that it says something which contradicts what I said, by quoting me and using the words 'consent' and 'occur' which are also used in what I wrote.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 12:25 pm

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If there is consent, where consent is where an act occurs, non consent is when an act does not occur.
You will have to explain this sentence to me better, otherwise I'll go with what it looks like to me which is trying to formulate an a priori truth - a tautology which is by necessity not referring to anything real. And at the same time you are alluding that it says something which contradicts what I said, by quoting me and using the words 'consent' and 'occur' which are also used in what I wrote.

Really?

In other words, rape is not the opposite of consent.
Non-consent is the opposite of consent.
Non-consent does not equal rape.
Rape is when the action occurs in the presence of non-consent.
If there is no action, there is no rape, there is still non-consent, except everyone goes home unharmed.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:00 pm

Rape for a man, would be devastating.
It would shatter his masculine ego.

Rape for a woman is not devastating, if she refrains from dramatizing it and playing the eternal victim, exploiting it to receive attention, and to be pitied.
She is made to receive penis, and if she is not abused, severely, no harm is done to her.
But, where it does challenge her ego is in her role as genetic and memetic filter.
It usurps this natural role, and, as a consequence, her sexual power of choice.
It diminishes her value, because for an average woman sex and relationships are where she finds the only value she can have.

Giving herself to a man, as a means towards his end, she finds self-esteem.
Take this choice away from her, and she feels violated.

Paternalism also violates this role.

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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:01 pm

Are you speaking as a woman?
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:06 pm

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Are you speaking as a woman?

As a mind.
Spare me your games, sweets.

I know getting attention and "keeping it real" is how you find your own self-esteem, but do me a favor and be more subtle about it.

You are becoming boring, and if not for the fact that most avoid me, you would not be noticed.
See, I want to reach a more sophisticated audience, by using you as my tool...but your dullness is making it hard to sharpen my own message.

But, I guess you'll have to do, given the level on ILP.
Soft stone only requires a rigid, dull, instrument.
You'll do, until some other shows up.

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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:31 pm

Are men and women the same? Is it honest for you to speak on behalf of women?
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:45 pm

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Are men and women the same? Is it honest for you to speak on behalf of women?

I'll answer that, dear...if you answer this first:

Is it "honest" for a human to speak on behalf of an animal, or to cut to the chase, you duplicitous woman, can a human know a chimp more than it can know itself, or do we need the chimps approval and its own self-evaluation before we can proceed with a judgment?

Listen, I don't mind the simple little tricks you've developed, over the years, to remain sane...but I only want you to step-up your game, when dealing with me.
I'm bored with the typical, dear.
I can have Zara, for that feminine simplicity, so complex it remains mystical.  
That Jerry Springer "You don know me!!!" Negress, white-trash, cry...

I'll give you attention...but you'll have to reciprocate with something.

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Sweetie, I told you in the ChatBox...I don't care what you think, or why you come here, or what you tell yourself to explain it...all I care about is that you continue coming, and reading...
That's all.
Pussy power.
You are a means, or you are worthless to me.
My end, is none of your business.
Your skeptical, cynicism; your reward in receiving attention, and how proud you are that you manage it; the pleasure you consider a good-enough, 'just because' outcome; your desire to "bring it all down to earth", to humble it, to "keep it real" and find an affinity with it...is fine by me.

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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:54 pm

Are you the bed partner of a chimp? Would you have a chimp raise your kids? Can a chimp be your partner? Would your species become extinct should you kill every chimp?
Do bananas taste like apples?
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:55 pm

No answer then?

To the question...

Ask me if my son turns out to be a homosexual if this will change what homosexuality is...or ask me if I had a daughter if this would change the reality of what a female is.
Jeez...and you think you are more clever than the Zara types?

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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:56 pm

You answered my question with a question. I only ever reciprocate Wink

What would be the consequences to you of grossly misinterpreting the feelings of a chimp?
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 2:01 pm

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phono wrote:
If there is consent, where consent is where an act occurs, non consent is when an act does not occur.
You will have to explain this sentence to me better, otherwise I'll go with what it looks like to me which is trying to formulate an a priori truth - a tautology which is by necessity not referring to anything real. And at the same time you are alluding that it says something which contradicts what I said, by quoting me and using the words 'consent' and 'occur' which are also used in what I wrote.

Really?

In other words, rape is not the opposite of consent.
Non-consent is the opposite of consent.
Non-consent does not equal rape.
Rape is when the action occurs in the presence of non-consent.
If there is no action, there is no rape, there is still non-consent, except everyone goes home unharmed.

So it is what it looks like to me. I'm fine with that.
About rape - I didn't say rape is not the opposite of consent.
I said -

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So I am saying, if there were no rape occurring then the experience of consent would disappear as well.

This is not an immediate effect.
I'll even go further -

It is the existence of brutes which makes it possible for women to develop the experience of consent.
Just like there would be no gills if there weren't puddles of water, large enough for the organism in question to swim and dive in.


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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 2:01 pm

phonee wrote:
You answered my question with a question. I only ever reciprocate Wink

What would be the consequences to you of grossly misinterpreting the feelings of a chimp?

Ha!!!
A hypothetical negative.
What would be the rewards in interpreting then correctly?

Dear....sex and emotions do not alter the essence of the other.
If I fucked a chimp it would not change what a chimp is.
If I love something it does not alter it, in reality.
My personal feelings do not change reality.

Are you daft?

My errors will result in a cost....my accuracy in benefits.

So, someone with a more sophisticated mind CAN know someone with a less sophisticated mind more than he or she can ever, EVER, know himself/herself.
The rest of your emotional appeals and gamesmanship, are appreciated.

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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 2:06 pm

Dear, if your personal feelings do not change reality, and you are not a woman, how can you speak about the feelings of a woman?
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 2:09 pm

I need not feel a thing to empathize, dear.
This is where you have become so confused by modern nihilism that you fall into myth...and you fall in line with the common.
Sympathy and empathy are not the same, dear.
Christians have trained you to think otherwise.

And, while we're on it, respect is about anxiety/fear, dear...it is selfish, as it wishes to preserve.

A hunter enters his prey's mind, to achieve his goal, of killing it.
One can respect his enemies...and not hate them, just as one can hurt the one's he, supposedly, loves, when he has no clue what love and respect are.

One need not change reality to understand it, you sad woman.
I do not have to be a cow to get into a cow's mind, and exploit this simple creature.
I can, subsequently, grow fond of a particular cow, because she's served me well, but this is after-the-fact.

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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 2:11 pm

Anfang wrote:

It is the existence of brutes which makes it possible for women to develop the experience of consent.
Just like there would be no gills if there weren't puddles of water, large enough for the organism in question to swim and dive in.

No, it is the existence of a hole which makes it possible for women to develop the experience of consent. A hole into which something can be allowed to be placed, or not.
If there were no brutes, there would still be non-consent. We don't fuck everyone who asks nicely.
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PostSubject: Re: Rape Thu Nov 20, 2014 2:12 pm

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I need not feel a thing to empathize, dear. This s where you have become so confused by modern nihilism that you fall into myth.
Sympathy and empathy are not the same.

A hunter enters his prey's mind, to achieve his goal, of killing it.

One need not change reality to understand it, you sad woman.

So if I just go ahead and say you are wrong, where does that leave you? Does your empathy alter reality?
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