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    Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    First of all, I am against rape and I am in favor of punishing it. That said, I find it absurd that the penalty is the same for both the rape of someone who is a virgin and the rape of someone who has had sex with more than 10, 20 people.

    The virgin was forced to do what he* might never have done if he had a choice, the virgin lost his honor, his dignity, in which case the punishment has to be really severe. Those who have had sex with dozens of people have only had more than they are used to. Is it very different from what they alread done of their own free will? I think not. In this case, the penalty for rape is greatly exaggerated. At least, that's what I think. And have you ever thought about it?

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    Re: Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hello_World View Post
    First of all, I am against rape and I am in favor of punishing it. That said, I find it absurd that the penalty is the same for both the rape of someone who is a virgin and the rape of someone who has had sex with more than 10, 20 people.

    The virgin was forced to do what he* might never have done if he had a choice, the virgin lost his honor, his dignity, in which case the punishment has to be really severe. Those who have had sex with dozens of people have only had more than they are used to. Is it very different from what I already did of my own free will? I think not. In this case, the penalty for rape is greatly exaggerated. At least, that's what I think. And have you ever thought about it?

    *he or she
    I thought about it. Modeling physical rape laws to monetary/spiritual/despotic marriage rape laws where the rapist is rewarded, lets just drop the whole charade of laws and call it even Stephen. Everyone will become their own cop, judge, juror, and executioner, and let nature take its course. My bet is the pedophiles, the ruthless, and the psychotic will no longer rise to the highest levels of power, and the rest of us will live in peace and harmony after all the dust settles.

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    Re: Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    No, I've never thought about it because to me rape is rape. Whether the person raped was a virgin, or whether they slept with a town should make no difference in how the law is applied.

    You could also try to make the same argument you're making in that an ugly person getting raped is not as bad as a beautiful person getting raped because one can get sex easier than the other if they want to.

    It's a ridiculous thought.

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    Re: Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    Isn't this just simple, the crime is that it's *forced* / unwanted, doesn't matter how many times the victim slept with the town of their own free will.

    Lol, I've seen photo's of those trains in LA and all the empty boxes. "My god what a terrible problem, look at all that garbage on the railroad" Why hasn't anyone just shot the retards looting - Common sense.

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    Re: Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    Hmm, there are so many dimensions to this seemingly simple question, I'd point one to reddit's Men's Rights forum if one is interested to learn more.

    Firstly rape, under the commonly-understood dictionary definition (unlawful sexual activity and usually sexual intercourse carried out forcibly or under threat of injury against a person's will or with a person who is beneath a certain age or incapable of valid consent because of mental illness, mental deficiency, intoxication, unconsciousness, or deception) has been entirely twisted by Feminists to only apply to the very narrow definition of a penis penetrating some part of a woman without consent - this has been adopted into Law and is the definition applied by law enforcement agencies and as well as in sentencing and data collection, which effectively restricts the perpetrator to a man having a penis, and the victim to a woman, and ignores ALL other cases of forced sexual activity, such as the reverse act whereby a woman forces a man (classified as made-to-penetrate instead of rape), or a woman forces another woman with an object (classified as forced penetration.

    This very narrow definition benefits Feminists tremendously as they can use such narrow classification to produce studies to show that ONLY men rape (because the definition is such that rape can only be perpetrated by a man) and the sentencing for rape can be and often are exceedingly punitive, in many cases harsher than manslaughter and comes with a lifetime registration as a sex offender, along with restrictions on where one can live, work and travel. Its extremely punitive as judges often like to 'throw the book' at a Rape conviction in order to set a warning.

    Secondly, the definition of rape has been abused to include any form of withdrawal of consent, be it half-way into the act (for example, men have been charged with rape even though they immediately pulled out when the woman withdrew her consent and said stop) or even after-the-act (men have been charged with rape so long as the woman regrets the sexual encounter, what is commonly dubbed by MRAs as regret-rape) and men have also been charged with rape under rape-by-deception, where a man may have overstated his height in the dating profile or inflated his wealth or lied about his relationship or job status in the time preceding the sexual encounter - all these have led to actual rape charges and incarceration for men.

    Hence I would say that it can be very serious due to the harsh sentencing and penalties and at the same time it can also be over-rated due to how frivolously the definition has been broadened and applied.

    As a result I voted 'Interesting, but not my problem', for lack of a better category, however I do view it as a serious men's rights issue, in light of how only men can fall into it and how easily they can end-up being charged with it.

    PS: I did not touch on statutory rape as I believe everyone should be quite familiar with how often female teachers get the pussy-pass in court, while male teachers get the book thrown at them.
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    Re: Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hello_World View Post
    .. I find it absurd that the penalty is the same for both the rape of someone who is a virgin and the rape of someone who has had sex with more than 10, 20 people.
    If your question was only directed at the specific comparison between (i) rape of a virgin versus (ii) rape of the town slut, then I would have to concur with nameless, it boils down to forcing someone against their will and in principle shouldn't matter if the person is a virgin or a hoe.

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    Re: Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    I knew a woman who claimed to be raped, she showed me the marks lol pmsl the marks were where her trousers were digging into her fat hips

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    Re: Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    No it's not over rated as a crime. But I am thinking of actual rape.

    It seems to me that what they are trying to do now is make just about anything rape and also make it so the woman can apply it after giving consent. In Australia they have been talking about "Enthusiastic consent" I guess what they are saying is "Yes" no longer means yes, now the woman has to say "YES, FUCK ME NOW" or something.

    I'm not making fun of rape or rape victims but I feel they are by lowering the standard of rape to mean, well, sex.

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    Re: Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustWannaRetireFk View Post
    Isn't this just simple, the crime is that it's *forced* / unwanted, doesn't matter how many times the victim slept with the town of their own free will.

    Lol, I've seen photo's of those trains in LA and all the empty boxes. "My god what a terrible problem, look at all that garbage on the railroad" Why hasn't anyone just shot the retards looting - Common sense.
    I agree that both are a crime that deserves punishment, I don't disagree with that. The point is that one lost much more than the other.

    Someone who steals a few bucks has a very different penalty than someone who steals millions.
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    Re: Is RAPE the most overrated crime ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hello_World View Post
    .. Someone who steals a few bucks has a very different penalty than someone who steals millions.
    Maybe not the best analogy as the biggest thieves I have read about are politicians who steal billions and get away with it or are even elected for another term. Then we have those crooks just one level below that, those bankers who steal from millions of people and are rarely prosecuted, and if they get prosecuted, they tend to have slap-on-the-wrist fines. In stark contrast are the small time crooks who steals from a small number of people and in relatively small amounts, yet the small-time crook gets lots of jail-time.

    Regardless, I believe that unfortunately, the law cannot possibly differentiate down to that level. It would be too fine, like splitting hairs, and the law has to abide by broad and objective principles. It'd be like if a person kills someone who for whatever reason only had a month to live, the sentence and severity should not be any different from if a person kills someone who wasn't at death's door. Also not a good analogy, I know, so I'm going to leave this for someone who can articulate better.


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