When men have something women have less of, such as money or power, women simply take it by force. It's called affirmative action and feminists believe it's right. What women have that men don't is of course sex.
21st century[edit | edit source]
The 21st century has created several confusing magnifiers of the term rape. The invention of camera phones has brought the inception of the nakie, nelfie (naked selfies) or sexfie (sex selfie), or buttfie or belfie (nude butt selfie) or pelfie (a pussy or penis selfie), which has resulted in kids getting arrested for inappropriate pics of themselves while underage, thus necessitating the term "self-rape".
It has gotten so that in order to specify the traditional sense of the term rape, it is no longer sufficient to use the term rape, but one needs to tag it as "rape-rape" if you want the original sense of "forced sex".
Feminist lies about rape[edit | edit source]
Feminist females stupidly expand the definition of "rape" as being any sex they later regret, which is psychotic and evil. Often just a sexual encounter with an ugly or disappointing male or a voluntary encounter which unexpectedly lead to pregnancy, or literally any sexual encounter for any reason just because day-after-feels. It is also a common strategy for females to cry rape after their acts of infidelity are uncovered, in an attempt to negate any possible consequences from such actions.
The very same physical actions on the man's part could see him categorized either as a great lover or rapist depending on the later claimed emotional response of the female. Since it is not possible to objectively examine an emotional response, it follows that most rape cases are now prosecuted on spectral evidence, similar to the Salem witch trials. Though it is important to note that such witch trials at least relied on (false) testimony of multiple witnesses, whereas many rape cases rely solely on the accusations of the victim. There are also laws being passed in many gynocentric societies that prohibit cross-examination of the victim in such cases, so the defendant is severely hamstrung in his defense.
It is also a common Feminist assertion that rape is about asserting power and dominance not sex, echoing Oscar Wilde ('everything is about sex; but sex is about power'), however evidence for this assertion is lacking. There is some evidence that that the reversal of the prohibition of pornography in some societies where it was previously proscribed led to lower rates of rape. 
There exists some evidence from evolutionary psychology that rape is adaptive, and a behavior that men may have a natural tendency to resort to in certain circumstances (such as during warfare, by low status men whose only chance of reproduction is rape, and by high status men who would fear little reprisal from committing acts of rape.)
Rape Fantasies[edit | edit source]
Dr. Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, a former Google data scientist, was given complete access to PornHub's search and views data. He found that women were more than twice as likely as men to search for videos where women are abused or forced to participate in nonconsensual sex. Women preferred videos with tags like "painful anal crying", "public disgrace", "extreme brutal gangbang", "forced", or "rape".
25% of all straight porn searches by women were for videos featuring violence against women.
- A quarter of straight porn searches by women are for videos featuring violence against their own sex.
- Five percent of searches by women are for content portraying nonconsensual sex.
- Search rates for these more extreme types of sexual content are at least twice as common among women than men.
- If there is a genre of porn in which violence is perpetrated against a woman, analysis of the data shows that it almost always appeals disproportionately to women.
The tape's material tells the tale of a male protagonist who is strongly attracted to the female character. He expresses a desire for sex with her, but she's clearly unresponsive. He attempts to convince her, without success, and she continues to refuse his advances. The male character then overpowers and rapes her. She resists throughout, and at no time gives consent. However, as the man is attractive to her and provides erotic stimulation, she does experience gratification from the forced sex.
In questioning following this, researchers found that overall, 62% of participants reported having a rape fantasy of some type.
Of the women who reported having the most common rape fantasy ("being overpowered or forced by a man to surrender sexually against my will"), 40% had it at least once a month and 20% had it at least once a week.
|Forced/Rape Sex Act||Women With Fantasy|
|Any forced/rape sex act||62%|
|Forced sex by a man||52%|
|Being raped by a man||32%|
|Forced oral sex by a man||28%|
|Forced anal sex||16%|
|Forced sex by a woman||17%|
|Being raped by a woman||9%|
|Forced oral sex by a woman||9%|
While females don't want to be raped, most females (even many/most feminists) naturally like manly men who take charge of them and do what they want to them, not feminine men begging them for sex and asking their permission nanosecond by nanosecond. Even though this is a natural thing for women, it doesn't mean it's good, or that women should desire men this way. In fact, women's natural extreme sexual submission to men is generally unhealthy to them and men. Enough women are so naturally submissive that most erotic fiction aimed at females contains rape or quasi-rape scenes and females getting off on being raped is well known in criminology/psychology circles (with up to 50% of women reporting receiving an orgasm during rape). While rape fantasies could be due to child abuse or sexual harassment, men also get abused and sexually harassed, but rape fantasies are pretty gendered.
Modern female fantasies of extreme submission are often accompanied by ridiculous neuroses about men having to fix their financial problems. See 50 Shades of Grey becoming the best selling book ever after the financial crash. A story women masturbated to globally about a poor woman entering a sex slavery contract to pay for college.
Conception from rape[edit | edit source]
There exists some evidence  that women are more likely to conceive from rape intercourse then consensual intercourse. For obvious reasons, this is a very controversial subject to study (with Feminists employing the Naturalistic Fallacy to condemn such findings - i.e if rape is 'natural' then it must be good - ergo researchers into these matters are encouraging rape,) and the evidence for this assertion is mixed.
Gottschall& Gottschall, using data from a national telephone survey of violence against women in the United States, found that there was a double (6.4% versus 3.1%) rate of conception from acts of rape vs consensual intercourse. The researchers controlled for the possible confounding variable of birth control (i.e that the increased conception risk was explained by rape victims being less likely to be on birth control.) The researchers explained the finding by speculating that the rapists are especially targeting women that are ovulating, but the finding could also be explicable by rape inducing ovulation in women.
Rape Baiting[edit | edit source]
Women often blame men for Rape Culture but so far not one woman has taken action to shut down a subreddit full of women () who try to get men to want to rape and actually think they are raping women. But females and numales on Reddit successfully shut down /r/incels because of one rape-fantasy related post posted by a troll.
Screenshot of a female's description of trying to get a man to want to rape her by feeding him drinks and 'baiting' him, ending in him thinking he is raping her (screenshot from /r/rapekink)
Rape and Incels[edit | edit source]
While incels do not support rape outside a vocal minority of reprehensible incels who defend it... Involuntary celibacy is much more painful for men than rape is for women. Deprivation is much more agonizing than discomfort. This does not excuse rapists, but it is something women don't understand.
Given that the vast majority of rapes of women (at least in the United States) are reported to be committed by acquaintances of the victims rather then strangers , and incels frequently report being shunned even from platonic relations with women, one could speculate that the inordinate fear some Feminists have of incels committing acts of sexual violence is not caused by their fear of the act itself, but their primordial terror of being impregnated by what they see as 'inferior' men.
It also important to note that hitherto none of the mass killers identified as incels commited any acts of sexual violence against women prior to the execution of their massacres, despite their suicidal/homicidal intentions, and the obvious lack of non-metaphysical consequences for such deeds after their deaths.
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