Your Propaganda is Offensive! (A response to “My Family Raped Me”)

If there’s one thing that modern feminism does that pisses me off the most, it’s how they have trivialized the concept of rape.  They really have.  They’ve turned rape into a buzzword.  A catch-phrase.  Something that is to be repeated, ad nauseum.  It’s meaningless now.  Why?  Because now it encompasses everything!  There is, and I’m not even kidding here, such a thing as “stare rape” and “birth rape.”  No joke, look those up.  The latter of which is the most insane thing that I have ever seen.  Ever.  Reading the top article I found on “birth rape” made me want to punch kittens.  I love kittens!  Stop being this stupid!  I don’t want to hurt any kittens!

But there is a more serious side to this.  Namely, that women who are the victims of rape, the kind that is violent and brutal and horrible, are being trivialized. “I got drunk at a party and had sex in a stairwell!”  Yeah, well, one of my best friends is a girl who was raped by her father, who exploited the fact that she had vocal paralysis from a disease to keep her from screaming.  He did that for almost a year, before she acted and slashed his guts open.  He is currently in prison, for a 50 year sentence. She was in a mental hospital for a long time.  It took a lot of rehabilitation, but she’s out.  Still mute, but she’s out, and living her life again.  Are you comparing your drunken escapades that you regret the next morning to her?

But Lucien, she was intoxicated! She couldn’t give consent!

Was the other guy?  Oh, he was?  Well then, that makes it pretty clear.  Two people had drunken sex, and so the guy is a rapist.  That makes sense.  However, I will give that with alcohol, it’s a pretty narrow line. After all, there are guys who get girls wasted and have sex with them.  That isn’t cool.  But when two people get totally blitzed and have sloppy booze sex, is that really what we’re going to call rape?  The debate over that is on-going, and you wanna know something – I am glad that we’re having that discussion.  That is something worth talking about.

However, there are times when this just pisses me off.  When people say that something that happened to them is rape, when it so obvious isn’t even a sex crime.  Like guys who cat-call girls on the street.  Or when a guy looks a girl and likes what he sees (what about if a chick undresses you with her eyes?  My aforementioned lady-friend is into the ladies, and does that all the time!  Is that also “stare-rape?”).  A crime did not occur.  What occurred? A guy (or girl.  For real, can we please stop excluding lesbians and bisexual women out of the conversation about attraction to women?!) looking at someone isn’t a sex crime.  This is crazy.

But there was a video that has been released, and you know what, this shit just pisses me off!  In a world of things that trivialized real rape, here we had to get someone in probably the most offensive pieces of Puritan Feminism propaganda to come out and say that “My Family Raped Me.”  First, here’s the video.

Is your blood boiling?  I know mine is.  I want to take this girl and smack her upside her head until a little knowledge gets through all the ideological programming she has been given.

I have known two women in my life who have been the victims of real sex crime.  Both of whom I care for very much.  When I hear people like this, who talk about how they are the victims of rape because their dad hit their mom (though not really.  Did you see how far his hand was from her face?) or because their mom called some other girl a “slut,” it makes me so pissed!  What the fuck has happened to society?!  What have we become?!  I swear, modern feminists are picking up where the Tea Party left off!  They are working so hard to make every girl who has any amount of exposure to the world scared to death.  You have women like that one chick who criticized the bikini and said that women need to dress more modestly.  No wonder the SJWs stick up for Islam!  These women seem to want to wear a hijab!

I am afraid for the future.  I really am.  What kind of culture are we raising, when an amount of sexual expression is viewed as rape?  Her brother liked some girl’s ass?  The horror!  That’s rape!  He raped his sister by liking some other girl’s ass!  Where does it end?  That’s not a rhetorical question.  I want to know.  Because, from where I’m sitting, it looks like these people just want to have culture go back to the Victorian age, where everybody is so scared of sex that they have secret clubs where women can feel what actual intimacy is like.  We are coddling every stupid ideology that tells you that being afraid of sex parts is totally fine.  That it’s not weird or bad or something that you are supposed to get past once you leave the teenage years.  We tell them that it’s misogyny, or oppression.  And these people, so eager to be told that there is nothing wrong with them, to feed their narcissism, will just eat that up.  This is what they are being told.  This needs to stop!  I can’t be the only person who sees that this is a bad thing.  That this is going to raise a generation of kids who will embrace this puritanical mindset and have all the work that women who were actually for equality get flushed down the fucking drain.

To the girl who made this video – you were not raped.  Your dad hitting your mom, awful as that is, was not rape.  Your mom calling some other girl a slut was not rape.  Your brother admiring a girl’s ass was not rape.  Don’t like that?  Well too fucking bad!

Until next time, a quote,

“There is something to be learned from a rainstorm. When meeting with a sudden shower, you try not to get wet and run quickly along the road. But doing such things as passing under the eaves of houses, you still get wet. When you are resolved from the beginning, you will not be perplexed, though you still get the same soaking. This understanding extends to all things.”  -Hagakure: The Way of the Samurai

Peace out,



One thought on “Your Propaganda is Offensive! (A response to “My Family Raped Me”)

  1. Well, on one hand I’m not surprised in the least because as we all know feminism is build upon victimism and the demonization of men, that’s why “rape”(which is only a female problem for them) has become THEIR favorite buzz word after misogyny and patriarchy and why men are the only ones who can offend someone just by looking at them.

    On the other hand, I’m glad many people are calling her out on her bs and digusting trivialization of rape.

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