DRAMA~~I Was Told To Come To You~~DRAMA (Part 2)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Anonymous, Apr 8, 2011.

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  1. Loki's spawn Member

    Well, I guess, now that ScnTO's thread has been locked by the ever unmerciful mods, I'll hang out here again.
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  2. I'm in two minds about this, whilst I agree that what the police officer said was a bit blunt, I sorta understand where he was coming from. I think that women do have the right to dress how they want but they also have to understand there may be unwanted attention if they dress in a certain way. It's just nature, animals of all sorts put on a show to attract a mate, if women want to put on a show then it will stir that instinct in certain men. I think that women need to realise you don't go into a lions cage covered in blood and expect every lion in there to behave responsibly, same as if your a fireman you don't wear pyjamas to work, dressing in a way that could bring attention from men, usually in a situation where alcohol is around does have consequences, yes it's wrong, women should be safe everywhere, but society just ain't like that.

    I think the "women in masks" thread on this site sorta proves my point, check out the responses to the pics!
  3. Anonymous Member

    "Hm. Never disposed of sewage with a toilet before. Obvious, really."
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  4. Anonymous Member

    What way would that be exactly?... if they show cleavage? how bout the navel? maybe they should cover up their knees and ankles...or hair...I understand showing long flowing tresses can be considered provocative in some circles.

    receiving or even soliciting attention from men /= consent to sexual intercourse
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  5. xenubarb Member

    You're in two minds? After this post, I suspect you haz no minds.
    I think your stupid response is the same one that got roundly dissed in Australia; when some idiot mullah said something comparing women to cats' meat. And you know what, if you can't control yourself because of a woman's appearance I hope she kicks you in the nuts and sends you to rupture.
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  6. Anonymous Member

    They're just responses. On an internet forum. Doesn't mean shit, totally acceptable.
  7. So that mind set is acceptable.........but only on the forum......yeah ok
  8. And I can see your pretty rational

    Who mentioned women and cats meat? Dumb ass!

    I CAN control myself thanks, but some idiots can't, it's what makes society varied and different but it has it's downfalls, I was only pointing out some guys can't control themselves especially around alcohol!
  9. If you drive through certain towns and cities on a Friday night you could mistake some local girls as hookers, add to that they are falling over drunk, their behaviour and attire isn't exactly asking for trouble but if it's out there they will be attracting it. Mens sexuallity is driven mostly by the visual part of their brains, hence porn, lingerie, make up etc etc, it's how women attract men, it's a base instinct, yes I agree that it should be consenting, but many males don't quite think that way. This is why women need to be careful, that's why I stated the fireman/pyjamas etc, some types of clothing are not suitable for the situation, if your going out and getting fall over drunk then possibly a micro skirt and boobs hanging out ain't sensible. I'm not arguing against women's rights, I'm just pointing out that society ain't full of gentlemen or gay men and until that changes then women have to think accordingly.
  10. Answer me this, why do women hide their money in purses inside bags? Why do they lock their cars? Why do they lock their houses? Because it's not a safe world possibly? Because it would be dangerous not to do otherwise?

    There are bad people out there, it's a fact of life! We would all like to behave and do what we want but sometimes there are consequences when others are doing what they want!
  11. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Sorry to state the obvious: you are arguing against women's rights.
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  12. LocalSP Member

    Then let's ban alcohol.
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  13. Anonymous Member

    - P. J. O'Rourke

  14. Anonymous Member

    What's wrong with being sexy? I don't understand this thread.
  15. xenubarb Member

    Some stupid Australian mullah, did you not read that?
  16. How?
  17. So what the fuck did it have to do what I said?
  18. I'm no fan of it, it just makes stupid people even more stupid!
  19. Unfortunately some guys can't control themselves when they see a female, let alone a scantily clad one. But I'm wrong to point that out so I won't!
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  21. Anonymous Member

    Good news ladies.
  22. Anonymous Member

    I don't get where this stereotype comes from. I've never heard anybody blame a rape victim for being raped because of their clothes.

    Also, @Not so Anonymous: You've quadruple posted twice already ITT. Ever heard of the edit button?
  23. xenubarb Member

    He basically said the same damn thing you did, only with cats instead of lions.
  24. Wrong, in my comparison I was pointing out that women need to understand the reaction they may get if dressed in a provocative way and that not all men are gentlemen,the Australian nut just blamed women for their rape.

    Anyhoo, I was only trying to say that no one has complete freedom to do or act as they want without some consequence, society has members who will act improperly, same as you can't walk through a rough inner city area with gold watches on, expensive jewelry and notes poking out of your pockets, yes you should be able to but we all know you can't.

    Apologies for the quad posts, didn't understand the rules, thanks for pointing it out.
  25. LocalSP Member

    Speaking of rape:

    Woman Gives Penis to Police As Evidence of Attack

    210447_32.jpg Lauri Apple — In Bangladesh, a Weinergate very different from the one preoccupying America's Twitternet has emerged. There, a woman cut off her neighbor's penis after he allegedly broke into her house and tried to rape her.
    Monju Begum, a 40-year-old married mother of three, told police that she knifed off the penis of her neighbor, Mozammel Haq Mazi, in order to show evidence of the attack. She's filed an attempted rape charge against Mazi, a married man and father of five who denies the allegations. Mazi says the two were having an affair, and claims that Begum removed his privates out of revenge after he told her that he couldn't abandon his family and run off with her to the big city (Dhaka). His argument hasn't convinced police, who say they'll arrest Mazi "once his condition gets better"—which in some ways will never happen, actually, because doctors couldn't reattach the organ.
    Begum says that Mazi harassed her for six months prior to the alleged attack. He probably won't be bothering her anymore.
  26. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Your rationale is very similar to the one of radical muslims.
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  27. I'd love to hear how I compare to a radical Muslim.
  28. fallingspider Member

    This issue is really a cop-out for both genders. Women need to be mindful of the image they are presenting the world, and men need to realize that only they are incontrol of their actions. In a perfect world people could wear whatever they want and no one would care or be bothered by it, but so far as I can tell this isn't a perfect world. If you want to be taken seriously in the buisness world, you dress the part; same with a lady of the night. Women need to recognise that, and that people will base their assumptions on your appearance especially when your in a bar like setting where appearance is the main thing people consider. However that does not give men the room to claim a lack of responsibility for wrong doing, because only they are in control of themselves. Blaming how a women dressed for the cause of a rape is refusing to address a lack of self control. Another person will never, and can never be an excuse for your own decisions, and personally I don't think alcohol is a valid excuse either but that one's not up to me.
  29. Anonymous Member

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  30. fallingspider Member

    Not all companies have a strict dress code, but your likely to be hard pressed to find any company that could be called medium to large that doesn't have an enforced dresscode, let alone a buisness causual expectation.
  31. Anonymous Member

    b o r i n g .

    can we flush this thread in that toilet?
  32. If you were looking for a company to produce your advertising campaign or design your company logo then you would talk to the guy in jeans and beach footwear, if however you were a multi millionaire investor looking to invest for your future you would ask the guy to leave, you would expect a sharp suit and expensive shoes. Yes it may be wrong and stereotyping but that's first impressions, we have instant ideas about someone as a whole in the first few seconds purely on how they are dressed, and it will take a lot to change those ideas.
  33. anonymous612 Member

    That's really great, but none of this is fucking relevant. Who cares why they're protesting? The point is someone's trying to stop them from protesting. Fix it, Anonymous. Less bitching, more sluts.

    EDIT: Also.
    I have yet to figure out how to rape someone over the internet, your argument is invalid.
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  34. So online grooming is acceptable, your argument fails
  35. Anonymous Member

    Yeah, cause god knows men can't be trusted to contain themselves and are unable to exhibit any type of self control. I mean, what do you expect if you show your belly button and wear a short skirt? Some idiot with no self control is going to rape you right then and there and ITS ALL YOUR FAULT!!!!!

    This line of thinking is the same reason that Muslim women must cover themselves.

    It annoys the fuck out of me.
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  36. Anonymous Member

    What exact parts of a woman's anatomy and/or fashion choices are equivalent to gold watches, expensive jewelry and cash, just so we know what not to leave hanging out when men are around?
    So let's kill em.
  37. Annoys the fuck out of me too.
    I guess we better stay away from the beach ladies, cause if we get raped its our own damn fault for wearing bathing suits.
  38. Anonymous Member

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  39. It annoys the fuck out of me when people put words in my mouth, read before you criticise
  40. And your taking my post and distorting it to the extreme, what's your line of thinking?
    Instead of getting annoyed try reading and thinking before posting stupid rants!

    Oh and by the way, muslim women having to cover up is nothing whatsoever to do with rape, it's about oppression and control by men of women! D'oh!
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