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.
- 1 Feminist lies about rape
- 2 The evolution of rape and rape fantasies
- 3 Harassment
- 4 Women's rape fantasies
- 5 Conception from rape
- 6 Rape hysteria
- 7 Rape baiting
- 8 Rape and incels
- 9 Memes and art
- 10 See Also
- 11 References
Feminist lies about rape[edit | edit source]
Definition creep[edit | edit source]
Over time, feminists have stupidly expanded 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. If they can convince the police to classify their act of adultery as a "rape", then it is far easier to receive the sympathy and money of the legal system.
21st century feminism has also brought 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" (unironically).
It has gotten to a point that, in order to specify the traditional sense of the term rape as "forced sex", it is no longer sufficient to use the term rape, but one needs to call it "rape-rape". Defining rape as "forced sex" is of course complicated by the fact that many women actually love being forced into sex and that women apply different standards based on their level of regret and the physical attractiveness of the offender.
"Women never lie about being raped"[edit | edit source]
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, relying solely on the accusations of the alleged victim, but women are truthful after all, so one should always "believe women". There are also laws being passed in many gynocentric societies (e.g. in France) that prohibit cross-examination of the victim in such cases, so the defendant is severely hamstrung in his defense.
In regards to academic research on the prevalence of false accusations, O'Donahue (2019), conducted a careful review of the literature on the topic and concluded that 2–41% of accusations may be false, thus he called for more research into the topic, stating that much of the current research suffered from clear methodical flaws.
"Rape is a patriarchal construct"[edit | edit source]
It is a common feminist assertion that rape is merely a social construct about asserting power and dominance over women, echoing Oscar Wilde ("everything is about sex; but sex is about power") and Susan Brownmiller's Against Our Will, however there is strong evidence that rape is sexually motivated, either to demonstrate the female to be able to overpower her (which she herself often desires), or as a low-investment sexual strategy as discussed below. One counterargument is also the fact that most rape victims are young, fertile women. If rape was an artificial, social construct for asserting male power over women, in order to 'put them in their place', one would expect that the majority of rape victims would be older, wealthier and higher status women.
There is also a body of evidence that suggests that reducing male frustration reduced incidents of rape, which also refutes the notion rape is not sexually motivated. Robust evidence also suggests that making prostitution legal or more widely available leads to lower rates of sexual violence towards women in general and prostitutes, with this finding being replicated in various countries such as the Netherlands, the United States, and Australia (where the banning of brothels in the state of Queensland may have also been a causative factor in a large increase in male violent crime in general). Thus, it is clear that male sexual deprivation is one of the main causative factors of rape, but evidence suggests that typically only violent, psychopathic men will respond to this deprivation by actually committing acts of rape, although a study in New York found the majority of men who frequent prostitutes reported that they may resort to rape if the indoor brothels they visited were made illegal in the future. There is also some evidence that the reversal of the prohibition of pornography in some societies where it was previously proscribed led to lower rates of rape, likely due to pornography acting as a release valve for sexual frustration.
"Women never provoke rape"[edit | edit source]
Contrary to feminist claims, there is lots of evidence that women like to provoke sexual attention of other men, often indeed with the intention of being forced into sex. The threat of rape is integral part of women's expectations in sex as a famous feminist admitted:
Part of the thrill of sex for a woman is the danger of it—the fact that she is risking rape.
Woman's flirtatious arts of self-concealment mean man's approach must take the form of rape.
See also the rape baiting section below.
The evolution of rape and rape fantasies[edit | edit source]
Tendencies to rape and desires to be raped are more common in humans and animals than commonly assumed, which suggests rape is an adaptive behavior, i.e. a behavior that evolved because it enabled males to reproduce more often in the past. For example, as much as 35% of men admit they would commit rape in certain contexts, if there was no repercussion, and likely even more would actually do it. As much as 25% of historical societies have been accepting of rape (though this was typically associated with a primitive culture). Historically, many countries had "marry your rapist laws" which protected rapists from legal sanction if they married (or in some cases merely promised to marry) their victims. Some countries still currently enforce these laws.
Rape can also be observed to be natural in many other animals, even closely related great apes, such as pans (chimpanzees and bonobos) Adolescent male orangutans leverage their higher mobility compared to heavier and fully developed males to rape orangutan females. Although typically solitary apes, female orangutans often seek to form transitory pair-bonds with imposing males to protect themselves from rapist male orangutans. Similar behavioral mechanisms are argued to be salient in regards to female humans mate preferences, there being evidence some women seek dominant and physically imposing males in order to protect themselves from male sexual violence.
Evolutionary psychology can provide potential explanations for such behavior. For example:
- Male dominance/female surrender: This is a basic pattern in the animal world in which the male must present a display of dominance, pursue, and sometimes physically subdue the female and overcome her coyness (Helen Fisher, 1999), possibly as a test of his power, fitness and status. Eibl-Eibesfeldt (1989) suggests this behavior comes from from primitive brain regions that have evolved to ensure successful mating in reptiles, birds, and mammals. Helen Fisher also suggests that females may have a natural desire to surrender to a selected, dominant male. The trope of the female taming the ruthless man is also extremely common in erotic literature for women. Some have also argued that the nearly universal prevalence of rape during the history of human warfare exerted selection pressures that led to women being naturally submissive to violent men and more responsive to male violence or sexual coercion. It is argued that women who resisted rape when their group was overrun by another would have been at a greater risk of being killed, resulting in these women's more assertive genes being purged. Those women who committed suicide out of shame in response to being raped (like the Roman noblewoman Lucretia, whose rape led to the overthrow of the Roman monarchy and the advent of the republic) would obviously also experience severely truncated reproductive careers, so this is a highly unlikely natural response.
- Warfare: During warfare common between ancestral tribes, men of both high and low status could likely vastly increase their reproductive success by raping the captured women with little fear of reprisal. Some have also proposed that men's tendency to rape during war can be seen as a mechanism that promotes in-group cohesion by having men break a powerful social taboo together.
- Bateman's principle: Men's urge to rape may also have evolved because men have less parental investment, which was proposed by Donald Symons (1979). Men do not need to give birth to the offspring nor care for it, hence can increase their reproductive success by impregnating/raping many women and let other people care for the offspring (a socially parasitic reproductive strategy). For this reason, women evolved a natural disgust of being raped by ugly men. But women have likely also evolved to prefer healthy and good looking rapists because the tendency to rape will be passed on and enable high reproductive success in the offspring as well. This may explain why most women have secret desires to be raped (by good looking men that is). Women's preference for rape may hence be a co-evolved sexual preference to this (and equally socially parasitic as someone else has got to provide).
- Positive feedback: Positive-feedback in sexual selection may have reinforced this sexual strategy since women have a natural tendency to expose themselves to rapists and copulating with a rapist confers produces rapist male offspring, forming a feedback loop in women's heritable desire to be raped, i.e. there is evolutionary pressure for women to find rapists attractive for the sole reason that other women will find their rapist offspring attractive. Such feedback could be initiated by an initial slight reproductive advantage e.g. due to Bateman's principle as discussed above.
- Relationship coercion: Quite diametrical to the notion of Bateman's principle, Smuts (1992) suggested men might also use rape and coercion to force their woman to be faithful and to gain long-term exclusive sexual access to avoid being cuckolded by intimidation. Evidence for this hypothesis is for example that the rapist is often an acquaintance or partner, rather than a stranger or sexually deprived male, and that a sizable portion of women continue relationships with such a partner.
- Zahevian/costly signal: The ability to rape may also act as a costly signal of physical strength and high status, and may tie into women's preference for low-empathy men. Some evidence for this hypothesis may be provided by studies finding that women are more likely to subsequent date men that successfully rape them vs men who attempt and fail to rape them, with Ellis, Widmayer, and Palmer (2009) finding that of North American female college students who reported being raped, 19.4% of women who successfully resisted the attacker vs 27.2% of women who failed to stop the assault reported subsequent acts of sexual intercourse with the attacker. 
Outer explanation of rape include: Sexual deprivation may urge men to rape as suggested by Thornhill and Palmer (2000). However, this has been disputed recently. Men may also rape in order to satisfy a fetish for violent and coercive sex, out of a psychopathic drive for high levels of sexual stimulation (these rapists typically being sexually experienced), or men being driven in some cases to rape their partner when they suspect cuckoldry, in order to compete with the male rival for impregnation of their partner.
Harassment[edit | edit source]
In an incredibly naive act, feminism has torn down gender segregation at work, leading to increased time men and women spend together, increasing the potential for sexual tensions, misunderstandings, unwanted sexual advances etc. As a result, workplace sexual harassment has become an issue of increasing urgency and as a result of that in turn, harassment laws have been sharpened and women are essentially trying to turn the world into their living room. With widened definition of rape, also the definition of harassment has widened over time. For example, the percentage of women who perceive cat calling or staring as harassment has dramatically increased in the past decades. As a result, an increasing percentage of men refuse to cooperate with women at workplace, and avoid being alone with them in one room.
Hilariously, women themselves admit, that whether something counts as harassment depends on the physical attractiveness of the harasser. There is evidence that moderate lifetime adversity has a steeling effect, i.e. individuals who have faced some difficulties in their lives are on average in better psychological shape than others. This brings into question whether harassment is harmful at all provided that it neither causes physical harm, nor long-term deprivation of basic needs (which would count as severe adversity).
Contrary to feminist claims that male misogyny is the main cause of sexual harassment, a study in 2017 found that a measure of sociosexual orientation (level of mating effort and openness toward casual sex) predicted sexual harassment, not "rape myth acceptance" or misogyny, this also implies that claims of sexual harassment are often simply an offended women's reaction to a unsolicited offer to engage in casual sex by a man she finds undesirable, as stated by the authors of the paper: "when the solicitation comes from a desirable perpetrator the same type of behavior might not even be experienced as harassment".
Women's 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 may not actually 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 partially 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. It is a fiction story about a poor woman entering a sex slavery contract to pay for college. Women across the world likely masturbated to this literary crap.
In two small surveys, men have also reported rape fantasies (10-20%),, however there is an important distinction to be made: Nearly all men are stronger than all women, which suggests men's fantasies are not really about being physically overwhelmed, but rather a desire not having to be as active, which is pretty much impossible to fulfill.
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 they argue that 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. This may be also possibly explained by the theory that chemicals in rapist's semen induce ovulation in the women subsequent to an act of rape.
Rape hysteria[edit | edit source]
Feminists commonly assume that even mild forms of rape are some of the worst crimes of all, comparable to murder. While it is unquestionable that rape-rape is bad, and nearly all incels in fact prefer consensual and loving relationships, the trauma caused by rape has likely been overstated by feminists. No doubt, physical or psychological trauma, infection, or even death should be classified as crimes with appropriate severity (i.e. assault and murder, respectively), but these do not represent the majority of outcomes of rape. The most common outcome is that the victim shows neither physical nor psychological harm in the long term (resilience). In fact, one meta study of N = 55 studies found child sexual abuse accounts for 1% of the variance in later psychological outcomes, whereas family environment accounted for 5.9% of the variance.
The severity with which rape is socially ostracized is thus likely disproportional to the overall harm caused by rape (especially since rape is relatively rare and today is committed by a tiny subset of men), and thus it is mostly a moral panic. All of this is complicated by the fact that most women have rape fantasies. The push to pathologize hebephilia, in particular, has been suggested to be driven by a "punitive era of moral panic", as claimed by forensic psychologist Karen Franklin, "a textbook example of subjective values masquerading as science" (though referring, of course, to the sexual interest, not rape).
The moral panic about rape, also called "rape hysteria", is likely an unnecessary burden on the mental development of young men and contributes to their deteriorating romantic lives due to the additional fear of being falsely accused of rape or harassment causing a shyness to approach women. Wendy McElroy suggested that rape hysteria has inflicted harm on women themselves.
The prevalence of rape hysteria may stem from the greater prevalence of women in politics as women seem to be generally more prone to group think and hysteria.
Rape baiting[edit | edit source]
Feminists often blame men for the prevalence of a "rape culture", but curiously, so far not a single woman has taken action to shut down a subreddit full of women fantasizing and telling real life stories about getting raped. Of course, females and numales on Reddit have successfully shut down the first incel subreddit /r/incels because of one rape-fantasy related post posted by a troll.
Below is a female's description from the subreddit /r/rapekink, of successfuly getting a man to want to rape her by feeding him drinks and 'baiting' him (direct link, archived version). One can understand the entire story reading only the bold parts and skipping the foidish ramblings:
Hi everyone, I have an update on my post from a few weeks ago.
So I had my party last weekend. It was a really rainy weekend where I am, so a lot of people who said they'd come to the party did not. However, most of the guys I invited with the bait in mind did.
I wore a version of this (not me in the photo) with my hair open. I mostly hung around the kitchen, drinking, talking, flirting with four guys who mostly hung out there as well. I kept fixing everyone new drinks, hoping to lower someone's inhibitions. I got quite tipsy, but not drunk, I acted pretty drunk though, making stupid flirty jokes, leaning on people playfully, kept mentioning stories that were kinda sexy (skinny dipping, that time I had a threesome, etc, you get the idea), then when I could tell at least two guys were very interested, I started acting like I'm crashing, leaning against the counter, acting like I couldn't tell that the way I was leaning a LOT of my cleavage was visible. Then, I said something along the lines of having to lie down for a second, then stumbled to my room.
I collapsed on my bed and waited. And waited. And waited. No one showed. I was so disappointed, but not ready to give up, so I messed up my hair a little to make it look like I just had a nap and came back to the kitchen.
Guys were still in the kitchen. I started being more aggressively flirty with one of the guys, giggling drunkenly at his jokes, touching his arm, brushing his crotch with my arm and so on, then I took him to my room and started making out on my bed. He was really into it and kept trying to reach under my bra, under my skirt etc, when it got really hot, I stopped, pushed him away and said "no, stop, I can't.", he was perplexed (understandable) and made an attempt to make out with me again, but I pushed him away and 'pretended to be upset, he kinda asked what was wrong and I just mumbled something about not being in the right place (I don't remember exactly), then I told him to leave my room and fell back on the bed. He left the room, turning the light off on his way out. I was so disappointed.
I just laid there for a few minutes, wondering if I could have played it differently. Then I heard the door open. I kept my eyes closed and didn't move. Then I felt a hand on my shoulder, lightly. I did not react. It was a big hand, I could tell, definitely a guy. He tapped me a bit on the shoulder, seemingly checking if I was really asleep. I didn't react. He ran his finger down my shoulder, down my back and oh my god, I was so tense, but kept still.
I was laying on my side, with my back to him. He reached around from my back and ran his hands over my boobs. Then, he made his way down to my stomach and then between my legs. It was SO HARD to stay still, I was so excited, he touched me over my underwear and he MUST HAVE felt how wet I was. Then, with his other hand, he pulled on my shoulder lightly so I rolled on my back. I pretended to stay asleep and let me legs kinda fall open as if from the motion of rolling over. He kept touching my pussy, slipping his finger under the underwear (a really thin thong which was really loose on me, a bit too big). I then felt him get on the bed, I could not see, but all his weight was between my legs, as if crouched. Nothing happened for a while, not sure what he was doing. Then he started fingering me again, he pushed the thong to the side and just left it like that. It was extremely difficult to stay still, I just wanted him to fuck me and I started worrying that he'd just keep fingering me. After what felt like forever I heard a zipper. He took one hand away from my pussy and I could feel the shaking from him jerking, this went on for a while and I could hear suppressed grunts and his heavy breathing. He kept getting faster and louder and I kind of accepted he would just jerk it while fingering me. Then it abruptly stopped and I thought he had come. Up until this point all his actions were kind of careful, quiet and slowly, seemingly worried he could wake me. But then, I felt him shift around, spread my legs further and then suddenly his body was over mine and I could feel his dick pushing against my pussy. He did not hesitate or go slowly, he rammed it straight in, all the way. I had been planning to "stay asleep" no matter what, but it took me by surprise and I gasped and my eyes flew open. He was on top of me and starred at me. It was the guy from earlier. He stared at me for a second and then just kept going, thrusting into me hard and fast. He pushed his arm against my chest, which actually constricted me quite a lot and just kept fucking me. I was so into it I didn't quite have the energy to struggle much, but it probably would not have made much of a difference, he had a good hold on me. The way he was doing it was so hot, he was so hasty and there was such an urgency to the way he kept pushing me down, his face was flushed and the whole time it seemed like he was always only a second away from coming in me. I don't usually come from only penetration, but I came so hard during this, I still get turned on thinking about it. At one point, he wrapped his arms around me head/neck (kind of like a hug, but more choky) and thrusted faster and faster, grunting in my ear. I could feel the pressure build up and then he came inside me. He didn't stop thrusting immediately, just kind of went slower and finally just kind of slumped down in this position. I was in such a haze, the way he had constricted my chest and how forceful and urgent it was just completely overwhelmed me. I just laid there. He then slowly let go of me, and sat up. The room was just illuminated from the orange street light outside, so I couldn't see his face very well, but he just kinda stood up, didn't say anything and pulled his pants back up. I just lay there stunned, I actually started crying a little bit because I was so overwhelmed. He didn't really look at me, just left the room. This experience was so incredibly hot although completely different from what I had pictured, but just thinking about it makes me so horny... I don't know this guy very well (friend of someone I invited), so I don't know if I'll see him again soon and what that might be like but daaaaamn. I'm so happy I did this.
Sorry for formatting and awkward writing style, hope it's readable. And thanks for all the love my first post got x Can't wait for more experiences to share with you guys x
Rape and incels[edit | edit source]
The vast majority of incels do not support rape with very few exceptions. Many, however, assume that involuntary celibacy is more painful for men than rape is for women. Deprivation is much more agonizing than discomfort that passes. This does not excuse rapists, but it is something women don't understand.
Several lines of research seem to disprove the notion that sexually unsuccessful men are more likely to be driven to rape out of desperation: Lalumière et al. (1996) conducted a study that found that sexually coercive men were more sexually successful, and had a higher self-perceived mate value. Another study on male college students (N =795) found that men who confessed to having previously raped or engaged in acts of sexual coercion also typically reported having more sexual partners than control men. While some of these rapists were recidivists, so their acts of rape would have served to also inflate their self-reported partner count, "number of sex partners" was found to be a significant predictor of likelihood of having previously carried out acts of sexual violence. Ellis, Widmayer & Palmer (2009) found that rapists reported a much greater number of lifetime sex partners (both mean and median) compared to non-rapists, though this may have been influenced by the fact that the authors didn't exclude non-heterosexual males from the sample.
Given that the majority of rapes of women (at least in the United States) are reported to be committed by acquaintances of the victims rather than 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 who self-identified as incels committed 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.
Memes and art[edit | edit source]
See Also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783030236441%7CO'Donahue (2019), Handbook of Sexual Assault and Sexual Assault Prevention, Chapter 32, Understanding False Allegations of Sexual Assault, pp 537-549
- Fisher H. 1999. The first sex. New York: Random House.
- Eibl-Eibesfeldt I. 1989. Pair Formation, Courtship, Sexual Love. In: Human Ethology. Rougtledge. [Excerpt]
- Symons D. 1979. The evolution of human sexuality.
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