A couple of nights ago, I posted this video of Democratic mouthpiece Zerlina Maxwell saying we should teach men not to rape.
This morning, I came across this screed from Mary Elizabeth Williams, of Salon, I read it so you do not have to, defending Maxwell’s inane comments
If you want to know why we need to educate men not to be sexually aggressive, look no further than what happened when Zerlina Maxwell went on television to say that we need to educate men how not to be sexually aggressive.
Well in the first place, rape and sexually aggressive are not the same thing, males, of all species are “sexually aggressive” to an extent, it is that whole testosterone thing. Men pursue women, is that “sexually aggressive”? I suppose it means how you define sexually aggressive. Williams, being a Feminut, my pet name for Leftists posing as Feminists, likely defines normal male behavior as sexual aggression. Normal male behavior does not include sexual assault, or rape. Rape is a violent crime that is abhorrent in American society, and in all of Western culture. Feminuts like Maxwell, and Williams, have tried to redefine rape for years now. Instead of defining rape as, well rape, Feminuts invented acquaintance rape, and date rape to increase the number of rapes, because all men are rapists according to Feminut theology. The more rapes the better you see, because more rapes gives Feminuts the moral authority to label all men rapists and demand that we teach them not to rape. Maxwell illustrates that here
As Maxwell, a rape survivor herself, told Salon on Friday, “I don’t think we need to be telling a rape survivor that statistics are not on your side. That’s insensitive.” But where she drew outrage was in her suggestion to Hannity that “I don’t think that we should be telling women anything. I think we should be telling men not to rape women and start the conversation there.” She told Hannity, “You’re talking about this as if it’s some faceless, nameless criminal, when a lot of times it’s someone you know and trust,” adding, “If you train men not to grow up to become rapists, you prevent rape.”
The problem is this, most men, and by most, I mean the vast majority are not rapists. Western cultures have been teaching men “not to rape” for a long time now. That is why rape is criminalized, with severe prison terms, although, I would be happy if we just executed rapists frankly. That is why most men are respectful of boundaries. If men were what Maxwell and Williams claim, Hooters and other Breastaraunts could not stay in business. No woman could go to a beach, or to a club without being raped. Again, there are men who get handsy, and they are looked down on by other men. Far more men will tell a “handsy” guy to back off than will engage in such behavior themselves. I know, I have done it several times. But, such facts do not dent the mindset of Williams or Maxwell.
As Maxwell tells Salon, her point to Hannity was not about self-defense; it was about how we look at the big picture. “Telling every woman to get a gun is not rape prevention,” she explains. “The reality is that we need to be changing how we train and teach young men. We need to teach them to see women as human beings and respect their bodily autonomy. We need to teach them about consent and to hold themselves accountable.” And when we do, things change. After Canada launched a “Don’t be that guy” consent awareness campaign in 2011, the sexual assault rate dropped for the first time in years — by 10 percent.
Again, nothing in Western culture teaches men to rape, that is nonsense. Men DO see women as human beings. Yes, we like to look at attractive women, and we like to fantasize about attractive women, but those are natural male responses to pretty women. So are wanting to date pretty women, and buying them flowers, and yes, certainly wanting to get them into bed. To seek to change those things about men is unnatural. The fact is Feminuts are seeking to change nature, and that is a fool’s errand. Are there men who are rapists? Yes, and they are unnatural, abnormal, and as I said, I would be happy if every one of them walked in front of a speeding bus.
Maxwell, and Williams are right about one thing though. men CAN help prevent rape, and they can do so by following the very natural male response to women in distress, to protect them. When I was 19, I went to a party at a friend’s house. Her name was Tammy, and, I knew most of the people there. There was one guy I knew, some guy in the neighborhood with a reputation for being a tough guy, Jimmy was his name. An hour or two into this party, I decided to find Tammy, we always talked a lot at parties, we were close, so, I went looking in various rooms, until I found her, in her room, struggling on the bed with “tough guy” himself. He looked up when I opened the door, and the look on his face was fear, of me. Tammy took the opportunity to kick tough guy, ironically enough in a very sensitive area, and he stumbled towards me, and my right fist which landed squarely on his nose. By that time the commotion brought other people in and Jimmy slipped away.
The thing about that incident is this. I was no tough guy, I think I have batted about .600 in fights in my life, I was never trained or taught to protect women. I learned by example, from my father, grandfather on how to treat women. That I would protect a women who was being assaulted, as in Tammy’s case, and as I have done since a couple of times is natural male behavior. Men are by nature pursuers of women, in a romantic sense, gentle with women, and at time fierce defenders of women. Men are not, by nature rapists, and no amount of Feminist clap trap is going to change that.