I was in Border Books yesterday because they are having a nationwide "Going Out of Business" sale and I love books, so I went to see what kind or bargains I could find. They had a big Gender Issues section, but I could not find one book on men of course. I did find Ms. Magazine's Spring 2011 edition with the headline screaming out - RAPE IS RAPE. Naturally I knew it was just another anti-male, propaganda filled, bullshit article by the famous, traditional family hating, man-hating, father-hating, lesbian loving Ms. Magazine. It was. Here's some tidbits from the article:
- The 2007 Uniform Crime report listed 91,874 "forcible" rapes , and some believe the numbers are 24 TIMES HIGHER.
That would make the number of rapes in 2007 to be 2,204,976. Yeah right. Who exactly are the "some believe the numbers are 24 times higher" anyway? Gee, It couldn't be another feminist lie about men could it? Nah, Ms. Magazine would do that. Would they?
- When a city police department under reports rapes, however, there's a real consequence in terms of Federal funding.
Do they really think police departments under report rapes so they won't get TOO much Federal funding? Or is it that the cops don't make police reports on rapes that never happened, thus contradicting the number of rapes that feminists claim happen in this country.
- And that's why a change in the definition of rape would lead to better law enforcement response and could thus reduce dramatically the incidence of rape.
The definition of rape to Ms. Magazine is when a woman claims rape, it's true because woman NEVER lie. Also, ALL men are rapists anyway.
- Advocates say funding is needed not just for local law enforcement but for umbrella agencies such as the Department of Justices Office of Violence Against Women....
Is there a Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Men? Why the Hell not?
- The FBI needs a MODERN definition of rape that reflects a POPULAR understanding of the crime and doesn't exclude the VAST MAJORITY of rapes. Rape is rape. Period.
What exactly is the modern and popular definition of rape? Anything that feminist say It is? Hasn't rape always been rape.
THE BULLSHIT NEVER ENDS
2 N.J. teens labeled sex offenders for life after 'horseplay' incident
Published: Wednesday, July 20, 2011, 8:30 AM
SOMERSET COUNTY — Call it bullying or call it horseplay. Either way, a state appellate court panel says roughhousing with a sexual connotation by a pair of 14-year-old Somerset County boys was a crime that requires them to register as sex offenders for the rest of their lives.
In a decision handed down Monday, the three-judge panel acknowledged the severity of its decision, but said it was bound to uphold the law.
"We are keenly aware that our decision may have profound lifelong ramifications for these two boys as well as others similarly situated," Judge Jose Fuentes wrote.
One of the boys, whose case went to trial, said he had sat on the faces of a pair of 12-year-old schoolmates with his bare buttocks in November 2008 "cause I thought it was funny and I was trying to get my friends to laugh," he told a family court judge.
But an act is considered criminal sexual contact if it is done for sexual gratification or to degrade or humiliate the victim, and punishable by lifetime registration — even for juveniles — under Megan’s Law, which requires a person convicted of a sex crime against a child to notify police of changes of address or employment.
The trial judge concluded the teenager intended to humiliate or degrade his victims and found him guilty of criminal sexual contact. The second teenager who was implicated pleaded guilty to criminal sexual contact, and received the same penalty.