Genderratic has a great post with video I want to share!

11 Feb

Hey everyone!  First up, I miss you all so much!  Wish I had more time for the blog…

Woody Allen ….. ooooh I have some thoughts!  I must find the time!

The good news is that the book chapter I wrote for the Bioinformatics textbook has been completed and submitted and I am about a quarter of the way through the rewrite on my novel, which is going splendidly I think.

It’s been tricky combining the third and second person narrative voices but I think I’ve got it worked out now.

Another six weeks or so to finish the rewrite and then I will be merrily back to bitching and judging!

Lots of love,


Mens’ Rights vs Feminist Rape Culture Explained Using Puzzle Pieces

Posted on 2014-02-10 by 

This is Jill.

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This is Jack.

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This is rape.

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This is not rape.

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When a man physically forces Jill to have sex we consider it rape.

But when Jill physically forces Jack to have sex, we don’t consider it rape.

We think that Jack’s sexuality negatively affects Jill in a way that Jill’s does not negatively affect’s Jack’s.

Mary Koss agrees.

Mary Koss is the feminist researcher behind the factoid that one in four women will be raped in her lifetime.

In Mary Koss’s original survey only one in sixteen women said “yes” to “have you been raped?”

So how did she get her one in four number?

By asking women “have you ever been physically forced to have sex or have had sex under the influence of drugs or alcohol”

Disregarding the women’s answers to “have you been raped” Mary Koss went on to publish her findings and 1 in 4 became an oft repeated feminist talking point.

Unfortunately Mary Koss encountered an additional problem. When women and menare asked if they were raped, the number of male victims is low. But when women and men are asked if they were “physically forced to have sex”, the number of male victims skyrockets.

On her efforts to correct to correct the problem of too many men saying “yes” to “have you been physically forced to have sex” Mary Koss says:

 We worked diligently to develop item wording that captured men’s sense of pressure to have sex and draw their responses into an appropriate category of coercion instead of rape.

Based on Mary Koss’s advice the Center of Disease control decided to separate “physically forced sex” into two categories in their nation wide US study of sexual and domestic violence:

This is rape.

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This is made to penetrate.

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They then went on to publicize their findings on rape while excluding the majority of male victims of physically forced sex.

When we reclassify “made to penetrate” as rape we see the problem that Mary Koss and the CDC were facing.

They had found that men and women report equal levels of victimization in the past year.

Jack is equally likely to experience physically forced sex as Jill in the last twelve months.

However the CDC found that only 20% of the victims who reported being physically forced into sex in their lifetime were male.

Why is this?

When witnessing two criminals, one female and one male, who are both equally violent, witnesses “misremember” the violence of the female over time. The force she uses is remembered as being less relative to the male. The witnesses’ perception of her agency is whittled away.

The same process is happening with male rape victims. Over time they are bringing their memories in line with the dominant narrative shared by Mary Koss, the CDC, and likely you.

This is rape.

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This is not rape.

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So when you ask  “did someone physically force you to have sex with them in the last year” equal numbers of men and women respond yes.

When you ask “did someone physically force you to have sex with them in the last five years”, the percentage of male victims drops from 50% to 30%.

And when you ask “did someone physically force you to have sex with them in your lifetime”, the percentage of male victims drops again to 20%.

Over time male victims are “misremembering” the violence used against them by female rapists.

Feminists will often assert that 90% of rape victims are female and 99% of rapists are male.

Considering that this is universally seen as rape.

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And this is not commonly seen as rape.

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It makes sense that the majority of male victims and the majority of female sexual aggressors are excluded from statistics regarding rape… But what’s really remarkable is that as much as ten percent of male rape victims remain to be counted. And that despite being categorically excluded women count for even one percent of rapists.

Feminists are creating a false perception of female victimhood. They are creating a culture of fear targeted at women. They are maintaining the idea that men act and women are acted upon.

That this:

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is fundamentally different from this:

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Wouldn’t it be better if we stopped playing games with people’s lives and recognized that this:

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is not fundamentally different than this:

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And that all victims of sexual violence–including Jack–deserve equal compassion.


Female criminals seen as less violent:

The Centre of Disease Control’s National Partner and Intimate Violence Survey:

Click to access nisvs_report2010-a.pdf

Tables specific to sexual violence:

My Analysis of the CDC’s NIPSVS:

Mary Koss Promotes Rape Culture:

Feminist groups block or remove men’s protections against rape by female sexual predators.

10 Responses to “Genderratic has a great post with video I want to share!”

  1. BeastRod February 11, 2014 at 21:20 #

    “Biology is the only God i know; and he is one Hell of a Master” – Anonymous


  2. typhonblue February 11, 2014 at 21:42 #

    How is biology God in an era of genetic modification?


  3. orion February 11, 2014 at 23:04 #

    @ typhonblue

    Because even what we modify and how we modify it is ruled by our biology.


  4. Orphan February 12, 2014 at 07:42 #

    I didn’t know it was Mary Koss who fabricated the 1 in 4 truthism. Still, by making even that claim she is also claiming 3 in 4 women will never be raped at any point in their entire lives. And by rape she means, “have you ever been physically forced to have sex or have had sex under the influence of drugs or alcohol?” That means over 100 million women in the USA alone will never experience sex after a drink, a toke, or having a guy take her by the hand.


  5. patriarchal landmine February 12, 2014 at 09:19 #

    not my problem anymore.


  6. February 12, 2014 at 10:30 #

    Good article, judgybitch. I wrote about this issue

    Help! My 18 year old girl friend has raped me 298 times

    Most sexually active men have been raped, or rather "sexually coerced" or sexually assaulted, according to feminist re-definition of "rape".


  7. human2stupidity February 12, 2014 at 10:36 #

    Regarding the old fashioned forcible rape-rape as defined 50 years ago, I do doubt if many men get dragged into the woods by perverted violent women with intent to force them to have sex at knife point.

    I do have a major disagreement with typhonblue and the AVM crowd, though. I don’t agree with the "equal injustice for all" attitude, that punishment of the occasional rare woman that gets caught in consensual sex with a 17 year old, or 15 year old, makes up for the injustice of thousands of men being imprisoned for such a *consensual crime (and their teenage partners seriously traumatized by police, court, psychologists, and their guilt in having their lover imprisoned.

    Gorgeous 24 year old Meredith Powell rapes children, age 15-17, who begged to be raped

    Unlike the majority of MRA, we do not believe that 17 year olds, or 15 year olds, get seriously damaged by consensual sex. Rather do we think that humans would have died out were it not for 14 year olds routinely having sex, having children, and marrying for 100 000 years on end.

    Any proof to the contrary see Can you trust academic research |Angry Harry


  8. LostSailor February 12, 2014 at 16:18 #

    “have you ever been physically forced to have sex or have had sex under the influence of drugs or alcohol”

    I’ve often said that feminists need more rape. And it’s true. Feminist absolute demand more rape. With the incidence of rape in the U.S. steadily declining over the last 30 years, feminists are desperate to reverse that trend.

    Now, that’s not to say that feminists really want a vast increase of violent men dragging women into dark alleys and raping them (though I wouldn’t necessarily put it past them), but without a steady stream of new “victims” they stand to lose a major cudgel in their war against men. Because if rape actually diminishes, people might get the notion that, no, most men are not rapists. And that just cannot be allowed.

    So, instead, they’re working to grossly expand what is considered “rape” and have invented out of whole cloth a campaign to promote “rape culture.” And these “statistics” are proof.

    And alcohol use is a prime example, but a prime example with a booby-trap that feminists are hoping nobody sees. Stanford, for example, has lowered the standard for defining rape by creating a rule that if a “person” is intoxicated at all by alcohol then they are incapable of giving consent to sexual activity. Of course, by “person” they mean women.

    Over the last couple of months, I’ve been posing this question in various comments threads when a feminists tries to argue for “rape culture”: Feminism from the beginning has asserted that women have the same agency in action as men. But under these new guidelines, if a woman has a drink, she can no longer consent to sexual activity, but an equally intoxicated man is still responsible for his actions; so, is women’s agency intrinsic or is it conditional, and if it’s conditional, under what other conditions do women lose their agency.

    I have yet to receive an answer. The feminist that question is addressed to invariably disappears.

    Perhaps she’s gone in search of her lost agency…


  9. APO February 13, 2014 at 14:46 #

    That’s what is always worrying about research in any field. If you don’t like what the results are telling you, just rename or change the variables until you get the results that will make you more money.


  10. roses are red violets are blue August 26, 2014 at 23:42 #

    Highly energetic post, I enjoyed that bit. Will there be a part


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