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[–] elitch2 1 points 4 points (+5|-1) ago 

There should be no consequences for being a human. Bitch kisses you and you didn't want it, slap the bitch. Same goes for men.

Move on already, you fucking weirdos.

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[–] GoatyMcGoatface 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

This. We need to unpussify and treat things in context before we get all litigious. Yes, some things call for legal action but also some things only require you shake your head and move on.

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[–] McFluffy 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

and then the man gets thrown in jail for assaulting a woman.

this is why we cant just move on already.

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[–] 2calculated 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Katy Perry is a dirty tranny.

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[–] clamhurt_legbeard 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

This isn't about society, it's about biology.

Our brains are built to protect women and children. It protects babies the most, then women, then men. Men are expected to take more risks. And again, this isn't society's expectation, it's inborn, our brains expect this automatically.

When we get a case where the child isn't a vulnerable 4 year old, but rather a 16, 17, 18 year old, they are categorized in our brains closer towards men. And if they're being attacked by an attractive female of child-bearing age, like their 25 year old teacher, now we have a harder time balancing the child vs female protections built into our brain. We get cognitive dissonance.

An easy way to resolve this cognitive dissonance is to just tell the adolescent to man up. He's entering the world of men, who may go off to die in a hunting party or war. Meanwhile the 25 year old has plenty of child bearing years left.

As much as we rationally want to have fairness between women attackers and men attackers, we are fighting an uphill battle against our own brains' desire to protect women and get more babies for our tribe.

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

I don't think that getting kissed should be called "attacked". And even though that guy wouldn't had given consent to the kiss when asked, taking a look at his body language he seemed to react playful to katy's kiss. It doesn't appear that he will be left traumatized after that.

I don't think it's an "attack" when men kiss women either without asking first. Men are expected to make the first move by most women, and they need some leeway to do this. I think it's dangerous for our society to take that leeway completely away from men.

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

I agree that since men are expected (again, on a biological level beyond mere society) to make the first move, they should be given the leeway to do so. I also feel the pressure to remove this leeway is a specific plan to destroy western culture.

But by attack I didn't just mean this particular kiss, I mean everything up through "25 year old teacher in custody after 9 month affair with her 15 year old student" and similar long term instances of statutory rape.

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[–] ZenAtheist 3 points 2 points (+5|-3) ago 

Ugh. Only in America do they try to say a 19 year old is "a boy". But he's a man if you want to draft him, or if he robs a liquor store.

You cucks down vote me all you want, but the other posters here are kinda right - we know that men and women are different. Men should be taught not to be simpering soy faggots, and to handle their shit. You should project masculinity so that women hesitate to provoke your sexuality. But this guy whines about being a virgin and flutters around like a fag.

The joke is the kiss. It was her saying how funny or is that a girl would even kiss him because he's so much of a beta, it's doubtful that he made the choice to be a virgin on purpose. It's like a shit test.

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[–] VoatsNewfag 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago  (edited ago)

I personally think we should go the other way. If men can be kissed or grabbed by the butt and it's no big deal, it shouldn't be such a big deal if men kiss or grab a woman's butt. It's only when someone explicitly states they don't want that and then the other part continues that it should be a big deal.

I don't think that a guy will be traumatized for life if a famous woman kisses him and I don't think that women are traumatized for life if they get grabbed by a millionaire like trump.

62% of women have rape fantasies and 50 shades of grey was a bestseller among women. Risky or aggressive flirting is still far from rape and to some degree I think it's natural human behavior. Of course it depends on the context, body language, relationship etc. I don't want to excuse all forms of it, but I think we take this too far right now, up to the point that some guys are afraid to compliment a woman because they don't know if that could be considered as harassment.

Edit: Though there is a difference among the genders that is very relevant. Men are physically stronger and thus it's more intimidating when they do it. But I still think there should be some leeway before we consider it harrassment as at the same time guys are expected to make the first move by most women and always asking if it's okay to do any first move is not romantic or a realistic expectation.

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[–] Trash_Panda 4 points -1 points (+3|-4) ago 

Stop pretending it's not different guys. It's different for the same reason there's an ocean of thirsty guys in Tinder. You're not going to win wars by denying reality just to get even.

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

Not sure I understand the point here. Seems sarcastic or cynical but undertone is lost in the written word.

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[–] Rainy-Day-Dream 3 points -2 points (+1|-3) ago 

even if she had asked for his consent first, he would of said no

speak up you faggot.

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

And if it were your 19yo daughter being manhandled by Harvey Wienstein that would just be a-ok?

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[–] Rainy-Day-Dream 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

because that's the same situation, huh?

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

If you were a 19 year old good looking guy, would you let yourself get 'manhandled' by a woman that were as old and kinda ugly looking as harvey weinstein in return for getting famous and rich? Would you consider yourself a victim if you were to accept such a deal?

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