The notion of ‘rape culture’ is something invented by radical feminists from the 1970s onwards with Dworkin et al saying things like All Men Are Rapists and All Heterosexual Sex Is Rape etc.
Because this is clearly insane (defining the natural act necessary for all human life
as an inherently violent and despicable crime), it had to be given
seeming plausibility through the inflation and manipulation of actual
rape statistics, most importantly the ‘Koss Report’ on rape, by Mary Koss in the 1980s. She did
things like count women who’d had sex while intoxicated as rape, and
‘have you ever had sex when you weren’t initially in the mood?’ as rape,
and something like half of all the women who explicitly said they did not consider themselves to have ever been raped
as raped(!), and so on. And from that came the infamous ‘1 in 4’ statistic
still indignantly squawked by fresh-faced and empty-headed campus
feminists to this day.
If we actually lived in a ‘Rape Culture’, there would be no laws against it:
you’d see it happening on every street corner and nobody batting an
eyelid. All depictions of rape in films and TV would have the message
that it’s no big deal and that the girl should just suck it up and stop
being such a crybaby. That being raped is, in fact, a silly, everyday
part of life and as funny as falling off a ladder or stubbing your toe.
But of course, nothing could be further from the truth: in the west, rape is universally considered, after paedophilia and perhaps
murder, the very worst crime possible, and depictions in the laws of
the land, the education system, the press and other media reflects this
In fact, the only times rape is ever treated as trivial
or a fit subject for humor is when it happens to men. Which, as you
probably know, is where the term ‘Rape Culture’ first originated: a
1974 documentary about the institutionally accepted prevalance of male
rape in the U.S prison system. Feminists took the term and attempted to
claim that comfortable, happy, safe and free women outside of prison
were living in the exact same circumstances, which of course is
Rape only becomes a normalized fact of life in places where
civilization and the social contract have completely broken down, most
specifically prison or in war zones. When people are brutally
dehumanized and without hope, knowing full well they could be dead
tomorrow, the normal, natural, universal revulsion we all have to rape
can break down and survival-level biology take over instead. Rape, after
all, is a form of sex - a particularly unpleasant form, but sex
nonetheless - and sex on a biological level is simply reproduction, the
universe trying to make us make more of ourselves before we die. That
rape and murder should thrive in such horrific, hopeless situations
should be no more surprising than an otherwise upstanding citizen
stealing a loaf of bread because they haven’t eaten in 3 days, or animal
chewing its leg off to get itself out of a trap and survive.
This is a long-winded way of saying that women in the west do not and have never lived in a ‘rape culture’. Actual rape (not feminist rape, which can be literally any
heterosexual sex) is a horrible crime but thankfully a rare one, and
one which people here treat, as I said, as only one small step above
paedophilia. For feminists to insist that it is an unremarked upon fact
of life in Europe or America would be funny if it wasn’t such an
appalling insult to those women (and men) in other, war-torn parts of
the world - the Congo, for instance - where it actually is.
Normal, everyday civilization - which most empty-headed feminists
would probably insist was ‘patriarchy’, and therefore ‘rape culture’ -
is in fact their greatest defense against rape. But yeah, feminists, keep hammering away at that life-support machine if it makes you happy.
So there we go: I oppose feminist propaganda and scaremongering on
your behalf, because I don’t want want you to be living in a state of
perpetual fear and hysteria, constantly dreading and hating the other
half of the human race just because it brings in political and financial
support for a hateful ideology.