Numbers we don’t believe

One study on the subject from the US estimates a staggering 60% of female university students have experienced unacknowledged rape.

The definition of rape there must be too wide to be useful. Otherwise there would be many fewer university educated women sending their daughters to university.

22 thoughts on “Numbers we don’t believe”

  1. Perhaps the female students in question didn’t realise they were being raped, indeed may have believed that they hadn’t been raped, until it was explained to them that they had been?

  2. Rape used to require penetration (and of the pvssy) but, after long mission-creep by self-friggers like the author, now includes scowling at a bird across a crowded bar.

  3. Therefor every university should be closed forthwith.
    Not only do they present a clear danger to young women in university, but they are clearly encouraging bad behavior amongst male students which will obviously affect women in wider society.

  4. Andrew – very close:

    Perhaps the female students in question didn’t realise they were being raped, indeed may have believed that they hadn’t been raped, until it was explained to them that they had been by chunky sapphos hoping to talk them out of enjoying dick and into Lesbian Dorito Nights.

    I didn’t articulate it, but deep down I knew that what had happened had felt violating, degrading and not what I signed up for

    This is why I keep saying the bum is for POO ONLY. Millennials never learned healthy, fun, romantic, old fashioned sexytimes like what Prince did RESPECTFULLY to thousands of bitches (they loved it).

    Internet porn is the reason so many people are fucked up and can’t fuck normally anymore. When I was a naive young lad you were just happy to see tits and be taught the facts of life by a naughty housewife or divorced Marketing Director.

    Now they’re watching weird and disgusting copulations like a Stuart Gordon movie and turning into bizarro perverts who don’t even know what gender they are.

    In my book Rough: How Violence Has Found Its Way Into the Bedroom and What We Can Do About It

    Realtalk: very few men are sexually turned on by tying women up, choking them, and aggressively doing it up the wrong hole. Patrick Bateman did, but he was a fictional character and obviously gay. Most men prefer the woman to spread her legs willingly and to see her enjoying it – which is why whores and housewives alike have been politely faking orgasms for millennia.

    Who actually fantasies about rape, and demands rough sex? I think the clue might be in the sex that willingly purchased over 150 million copies of 50 SHADES OF GREY.

    When I began researching my book, I spoke to more than 50 women and people of marginalised genders

    Nobody wants to rape Carrie, lol.

    Finally acknowledging she was raped has been a positive step for Jodie

    I’m sure. You get more of what you incentivise, and social incentives are probably worth more than monetary ones.

    Georgia says she will never report what happened, but is considering therapy. “I feel low all the time, have terrible self-esteem and generally have hated myself for a long time,”

    This is why more bigoted and wiser generations got them married off as soon as possible and ruthlessly punished girls who threw their cat about.

    It’s undeniably true that men are bastards. The feminist mistake lies in assuming that makes women any better. They aren’t, but we do need each other. As a profound thinker and advanced sexual practitioner once said:

    Dearly beloved
    We are gathered here today
    To get through this thing called “life”

  5. Perhaps they should publish a break-down of figures by university, or even by faculty department. We might find that 90% of complaints are lodged by members of the Gender Studies unit.

  6. But the soixante-huitards were definitely into rape. A key demand of Cohn-Bendit and others was unrestricted access to the girls’ dormitories, invitation be damned. They have subsequently enjoyed lucrative public careers as Greens and haven’t changed their hebephile preferences.

    I suspect French undergraduate females (possibly US and UK ones too) are safer today than they were 50 years ago.

  7. “As a profound thinker and advanced sexual practitioner once said:

    Dearly beloved
    We are gathered here today
    To get through this thing called “life””

    All hail the sexually charged midget who was formerly known as Prince before his head/heart/penis exploded after a lifetime of chemically induced excesses.

  8. Andrew C – All hail the sexually charged midget who was formerly known as Prince before his head/heart/penis exploded after a lifetime of chemically induced excesses.

    It could happen to anyone.

  9. “Patrick Bateman did, but he was a fictional character”

    @Steve – Do you like Huey Lewis and the News?

  10. Dennis, Striking A Thoughtful Pose

    Therefor every university should be closed forthwith.
    Not only do they present a clear danger to young women in university, but they are clearly encouraging bad behavior amongst male students which will obviously affect women in wider society.

    +1

    As Prince George once said: “Sensible policies for a happier Britain!”
    And that goes for ‘Merica as well…

  11. “We might find that 90% of complaints are lodged by members of the Gender Studies unit.”

    Any male that hasn’t figured out that any female in Social Studies is a risky proposition at best deserves what he gets.

  12. @Grikath

    “any female in Social Studies is a risky proposition at best” and unlikely to be worth the risk. Oswald Mosely once said “vote Labour, sleep Conservative” which is certainly half right.

  13. As the ladies love to whinge, the blokes in frocks are wickedly intruding into ‘female spaces’. But of course the girls have been intruding into male spaces for well over a century.

    Thus the obvious solution here is to abolish coeducational schools. Once we have separate boys and girls schools, as we did in the brave old days of yore, they’ll have to meet each other out of school to indulge in ‘rape’. Which is an entirely different problem.

  14. Jim – magnificent and splendid.

    Andrew – Do you like Huey Lewis and the News?

    After your observation about His Royal Purpleness I want a new drug.

    BiS – right? Prince Did Nothing Wrong (including the time he got into a fist fight with Sinead O’Connor)

  15. That would be the Prince who when he found religion declared homosexuality was evil and a sin…funny how the left and the gay brigade seem to have decided he can be absolved of hate crimes

  16. The definition of rape there must be too wide to be useful.

    That definition of “rape” including “post-coital regret” and “her boyfriend finding out she slept with some rando”.

  17. Nice rant Steve, but largely wrong.

    You ignore all the evidence that people have been into kinky stuff like since, forever. People haven’t changed, merely the ability to record and transmit.

    The Marquis de Sade wasn’t influenced by modern porn. I’ve seen stuff over a hundred years old from the UK, France, Germany, Japan, China etc that indicate that people have been into all sorts of non-vanilla sex as soon as they can.

    Nor were the ancient Greeks affected by modern progressives when they bummed young men.

    There are records of some of the very worst stuff (bestiality, for example) getting prosecutions many centuries back.

    And best not to speak of some of the more outlandish but very traditional Arab vices.

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