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Recipe for Disaster

Pete1215 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 8:00 AM
I hope there are lawsuits underway. Any parent that turns a blind eye to binge-drinking in their house should be risking penury.
NewJAl Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 9:01 AM
I am not in favor of more lawsuits or laws. We have the laws, often, already, and enforcement is needed.
This wreckage is laughed about on TV and in situation comedies in many a living room. We are reaping what is sown, and mocked for saying so.
Women that are truly in control will say no to being made a fool of, or going, willingly, into a situation that is so hurtful. So much for Womans' Liberation. We are living with the wreckage.
A Liberated Woman would control herself and not be swept away by hormones, or public pressure.
Colonialgirl Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 3:13 PM
More rapist apologist BS and excrement spew.
Demosthenes5 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 5:47 PM
More verbal diarrhea fromthe gaping orifice of the uterus life support system. I wonder how brave you would be face to face w/ those uppity men you seek to invalidate?

Are you too stupid to realize that it is the kind of toxic hyper-emotionalism that you are spewing that caused the "DUKE 3" debacle? What about women that lie about rape? What should happen to them? An Air Force study found that nearly half of all rape accusers LIE...

Imagine you are a 16-year-old girl, waking up in another person's house, unclothed and unable to find your underwear or earrings after a night of drinking. Unsure of what happened, you go home and go on, but in the days that follow, you see on social media photos of yourself drunk and unresponsive.

Eventually you piece together that while you were highly intoxicated, you had been violated by two teenage boys. Not only had you been violated, but they had shared pictures and information with other people through social media, and it had spread like wildfire.

What a sad story to...

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