Category Archives: Sexual Violence

Can someone please tell me why we don’t castrate men who rape our children???

I just don’t get it. Is it because the idea of taking away someone’s precious penis is just too much to bare for men? Is the idea of injecting, basically female birthcontrol, into a man, so horryfing to other men because it may hurt the sex drive, interfere with manliness, or a desire to live, that we cease to take steps to actually do something effective to get rid of child molesters? 

I think it is pretty clear. If you try and fuck children, you have a problem. If you look at pictures of infants and get a hard on, you have a problem, if you abduct and rape them, you have a big fucking problem. But apparently, you can molest them, over 70 times and go to prison for a few years and be back at it. But please, stick to the conditions of your release and stay away from schools because we banned you from doing that. Right.

Have we not learned anything? Sexual gratification is a pretty big motivator and when your brain and penis are hardwired in a fucked up way that makes you perceive a toddler as sexy, even once, maybe you should lose your right to have any sex drive at all. 

Now personally, I would say, remove the whole penis. Cut the whole thing right off. 

But really, a more “humane” answer already exists. Injections. Like every four months and then….bye bye sex drive, protect the children. 

How can we let someone like Danial Todd Gratton troll our playgrounds? Often, the police don’t want these fuckers back out there. But hey, the guy played nice in prison, not too many seven-year-olds in there to tempt him, and then he voluntarily goes to counselling and so he is not considered high risk. Did we forget he molested several children including one more than 70 times? What about those children’s lives? What about the little ten-year-old who he threatened with death this week? How is she going to adjust? And we don’t know what he did to her but I’m sure it wasn’t pretty. 

But hey, at counselling they told Gratton, let’s work to fight against those urges. Sure, then he goes home and online and looks at all the little children out there being abused and gets hot and horny. And these guys are everywhere. They wont tell you where but trust me, in your neighbourhood, maybe in your building, maybe at your work, maybe coaching your kid’s softball team. But as long as we decide to pretend that these guys can get “better”, nothing will change. 

And maybe if we started castrating all the guys we catch, a few others would actually be deterred. It’s one thing to be shamed and go to prison. It’s another to live your life signing it soprano.

Everyday you read a story about another ten men brought down for abusing children, distributing child porn, looking at these vile pictures of poor children being mutilated and tortured and getting off on it. Actually having orgasms when they see a child crying because their little vagina is being ripped open. Let’s get fucking real. These people are a plague on our society. Targeting our children for fucks sake.  Do they really deserve to be allowed to carry around their weapons? Fuck no. 

Let’s not get tough on crime by keeping these guys in prison for a year longer. Let’s really do something about this. And not a voluntary program. What the hell is that.

For child abusers, bring on the mini-guillotine. Off with their heads!!!!

[And now the worst thing is, I get to see the search terms that show up when trolls accidently come to my blog looking for kiddie porn: sadly, their searches will far outnumber those from people looking for news and commentary.]

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Ban lipstic to prevent rape??

A city in Malaysia has banned bright lipstick and loud high-heeled shoes in an effort to prevent rape.

An increase in conservative interpretations of Islam is occurring in the formerly progressive Malasia and now… a fresh batch of bannings.

This really makes me angry.

If you want to decrease rape, a crime perpetrated by men, why not target the men? Aren’t they the ones committing the crime? Instead lipstick becomes a crime?

Now I know some Muslim women support wearing extremely conservative dress and covering themselves, to different degrees of totality, as a node to tradition and respect. Some say it is a nice way to avoid catcalls and being harassed. But I have to say that when your culture forces you to dress a certain way in order to prevent men from getting all lusty after you, there is a problem. If men are harassing women, if they are going so far as to rape them, this is a male problem. Forcing women to be completely devoid of anything considered unique, colourful, sexy or beautiful is ridiculous.

I would suggest that the same ideology that promotes controlling women through banning articles of clothing, is completely responsible for men feeling that they can control a women physically in an act of sexual violence.

And in addition, our North American culture is in fact not as far removed from these ideas as you would think. A woman I met while volunteering at a rape relief centre, who had been raped, told me that people asked her all the time, what she was wearing when it happened. That is insane. But even an examination of the treatment of rape victims in court reveals that we like to parade sexual relationships as well as clothing and lifestyle choices as justifications for rape.

But trust me, a man who would never rape a woman, would not rape her because she is wearing a mini skirt, because she is drunk, because she said yes first but then changed her mind or because she already slept with the entire football team that night. And that is the point. When men stand against sexual violence and respect a women’s right to say no – no matter what, we are succeeding in preventing rape. When we tell our teenager girls not to drink or wear a strapless top because they might get raped, we are sending the wrong message: that it is a women’s fault that she is raped. And really, that’s not far off from banning bright lipstick, is it?

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