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Has anyone not been sexually harassed?

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Its obvious you have NO clue how many men are violently raped every day. Some are gay, some are not. It is also a proven fact that a woman CAN violently rape a man. Being one, you should KNOW that little thing has a mind of its own in certain circumstances. Also, there is more than ONE way for a woman to rape a man, MOST of them violent. You really should THINK!

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 Men may not experience the same level of violence, but, I can only imagine, the trauma of being forced against your will, is none the less, traumatic.

 Then, there's the other aspect of a false claim....the ruination of a reputation, perhaps even, a marriage a family a job...all because of a false accusation.

 In most cases, even if the accusations are proven false, nothing changes, the man still walks around with that stigma. I'd say, that's pretty traumatic, having to face people who might still think you guilty and, treat you differently.

 I've known cases where a woman falsely accused a man of sexual assault, to get even for something, then, she went on with her life while he tried to prove himself innocent... For the rest of his.

 We all agree, I'm quite sure, that sexual assault, by either gender, is unacceptable, but, the man usually comes out the loser, whether or not, the accusations are true.

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27 minutes ago, noponies said:

Its obvious you have NO clue how many men are violently raped every day. Some are gay, some are not. It is also a proven fact that a woman CAN violently rape a man. Being one, you should KNOW that little thing has a mind of its own in certain circumstances. Also, there is more than ONE way for a woman to rape a man, MOST of them violent. You really should THINK!

There, I fixed that for you to take out the personal verbal assault of a poster. Also, adding a link to a credible source will help you prove your point.

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47 minutes ago, jubal said:

There, I fixed that for you to take out the personal verbal assault of a poster. Also, adding a link to a credible source will help you prove your point.

I see even HAT didn't sink in for you. Thanks for the mental rape.

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 I respectfully disagree with you,  but you have a right to your opinion, as I have a right to mine.  PD

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On 1/5/2018 at 7:51 PM, equicrzy said:

It's a man's fault, if he lets a woman manipulate him?  Yes, generally speaking, as in, she's using him for his money.  If a woman, wanting to get ahead in her career, goes after the man she knows can make it happen, in a sexual manner, she's just as guilty as he is, maybe more so, because she SET OUT to do it.

 Sexual misconduct, by either sex, is wrong, just plain wrong, but, women do it just as much, if not more, than men, the men are usually just too macho to admit they've been assaulted....by a woman.

 No, it isn't a woman's fault if she receives unwanted looks, touches or, comments.....in most cases..... I have to say that, because, I've known/seen too many women who would do anything to get the attention of the opposite sex, women like that, give all women a bad name.

 Im just being honest, here, I mean no disrespect to anyone, it's just, when you've seen it in action.....well...

A man that allows anyone, male or female, to manipulate him is absolutely responsible for allowing it. Sex or gender being involved in the manipulation has nothing to do with it, IMO. This is akin to blaming the victim for the rape. She should not have dressed/acted/spoken that way or been in that place, kept that company etc. It's not smart to walk down the street naked but it is also not an invitation to be raped. You think when a woman sets out to manipulate a man, he does not set out to get his reward for giving her what she is after with the manipulation? 

Unwanted attention is not the victim's fault in any case, not in "most" cases, in any case. The men who offer the unwanted attention lack self-control. We ask for more self- control from our dogs on a daily basis. Men don't get a pass for any misbehavior because they are men and she was cute/sexy/naked/drunk/an escort/disabled/mentally challenged/a CHILD/(see where I am going with this?)

Women who misbehave also do not get a pass because he was cute/sexy/naked/drunk/an escort/a subordinate/peer/disabled/mentally challenged/a CHILD/(see where I am going with this?) People, male and female, should be held accountable for sexual harassment or assault. It really doesn't matter what the circumstances were when the harassment or assault occurred. The victim is NOT TO BLAME in any way, shape, form or fashion. 

 

On 1/6/2018 at 11:13 AM, noponies said:

What I'm referring to are the women who CLAIM violence when none was involved, simply because things didn't go their way, or because there was a chance for money or notoriety.And this DOES happen a LOT.

I don't think it happens that often in reality. As with most everything else in the world today, we only hear about the ones that are considered news worthy. A female employee falsely reporting a supervisor for rape will not make the national news. Not so with famous people. A report like that against a famous person is newsworthy and does not need to be true, just reported.

On 1/8/2018 at 3:20 AM, little cow said:

The liars make it worse for those seeking justice.  I remember a case where a woman lied about being assaulted and she actually did jail time for what she did.  That is unusual though.  There should be stiffer penalties for lying.  The damage done is hard to undo.  

Agree. I work with a woman who falsely reported sexual abuse against a male supervisor. Ruined his career even after she re-canted. He was terminated, she still works here. She should have been terminated when she admitted lying about her report. They did have a consensual relationship and he was her supervisor so he got what he deserved. She did not suffer for lying about the abuse because he refused to continue the relationship. 

I work in an adult male prison. Men certainly are victimized by each other AND staff on a regular basis. If it can happen with alarming regularity in this controlled environment, I can only imagine how often it happens "out there". I do think men are more reluctant to report and hope that will become less true. For what it is worth, men also report false allegations for personal gain or revenge. Inmates know we are required to restrict staff contact with inmates who have made allegations against that staff member. They use this requirement to "get rid" of officers who are too close to discovering, or have already discovered, some sort of misconduct by the inmate. I think the investigation is easier here than it is "out there" but it is still not easy since most of the allegations are he said/she said with no real evidence. 

What a world we live in, huh?

 

 

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