They don't seem to like it when the shoe is on the other foot.
Men's Rights Dopes Strike Again
“What’s been done to transform an anti-sexual-assault campaign into a rape-apologist campaign is just deeply offensive.” And she added, “What these posters are going to do, when people see them, is play into this myth that there’s a huge problem with false allegations, which we know empirically is wrong.
It’s not that false accusations don’t happen, or that the havoc they wreak isn’t real. The problem is the idiotic defensive assumption that a campaign expressly created to educate men and women about consent merits a hateful, finger-pointing response. And it makes the classic presumption that getting drunk, hooking up and then crying rape is a standard chick operating procedure — an idea that is based, by the way, on no solid statistical evidence.
And when there’s a public awareness campaign to address the kind of thinking that leads to guys deciding that an unconscious female is fair game to sexually assault, a campaign that seems to have successfully reduced crime, that is a good thing. Tellingly, a member of the Men’s Rights group who identifies only as “Raz” told the Star this week, “This is something that has negatively impacted my family and my life and nobody is talking about it.”
Ok so the feminists have their campaign and the men's rights crowd have theirs.
What's the problem?
There will always be those who pitch a fit whenever an issue that touches a nerve is confronted head on. They will get defensive whenever violence or sexual assault are addressed, leaping into the fray to shout, “Women abuse too! Women LIE!” Easy there, sports. There’s no vast man-hating conspiracy. That’s not what these campaigns are about. And if in your egomania and paranoia you’ve chosen to view them that way, that’s your problem. But don’t inflict it on others. Don’t paper the town with your tin-foil hat rhetoric about how false rape is as big a problem as real rape, or your theory that any reported sexual assault involving drugs or alcohol must be some feminist revisionism of a consensual act. Don’t put your crap on everybody else. Because it just makes you seem like the thing you seem to despise most – self-appointed victims.
Sounds like someone should listen to their own advice
But seriously though if you guys want to avoid false rape or sexual harassment accusations remember the rules:
- Be Handsome
- Be Attractive
- Don't Be Unattractive
By the way whatever you do don't ever get involved with the chicks you work with. I mean never. Better yet just avoid jobs that females gravitate to. It's mostly the ones that involve office work.
Stay out of those places, once you leave you won't be sorry that you did.