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[–] ExcraMernaise1488 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

It's not about thinking every man is evil, which is ridiculous, it's about showing that every woman at some point experiences a dude who is like that, lots of women go through life without experiencing a lesbian who is as aggressive or physical as a stereotypical drunk frat boy. Let's not deny reality, men are responsible for the vast majority of sexual assaults and it's a far more common experience. There wouldn't be enough to make a thread by choosing some other combination of genders/orientations/what have you

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[–] marswithrings 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

There wouldn't be enough to make a thread by choosing some other combination of genders/orientations/what have you

definitely debatable, considering there are more male than female rape victims in the US. i am not as well-informed on statistics of who the perpetrators are, though i do know that something like 95% of male college students who were rape victims said the perpetrator was a female, so i think perhaps you give the narrative they are driving a little too much credit

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[–] ExcraMernaise1488 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Outright rape is a very small subset of that what that thread is discussing, and I'm not talking about an agenda or some statistics, I'm talking about real life, actually talking to women, they all have a story about a dude that did something, whereas unless you know a dude that did a lot of hard time you'll never meet a male rape victim. I don't need numbers of something the juked rules of the justice system say might or might not have happened under subsection 3c, I'm talking about Actually Existing Reality