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When asked if they would ever rape someone, most men would say no. Rephrase that question to make it less direct ("would you ever pressure someone into having sex with you?", "Would you immediately stop if they said no?"), and the amount of men who say yes grows alarmingly. Most men say they would-or have already.

This isn't new information. But it's worrying nontheless. In america, one in five women are sexually assaulted at least once in their lifetimes. This issue stems not only from male entitlement to a woman's body that is encouraged throughout a man's life, but also the age-old idea that women are property before they are people, and the idea that abuse equals interest, which is often reinforced in the behaviour of children. This is most typically seen when a parent tells a young girl that "he's only bullying you because he likes you," and with that, successfully convincing a girl that hair-pulling and verbal abuse should be tolerated and possibly even rewarded with physical affection if the abuser is male. This in turn also convinces the boy that this is a correct and effective way to gain attention. Also unsurprising is that this common situation reeks of heteronormativity, because it is assumed that both the little girl and the little boy, who have not yet developed their identity (and certainly not their sexual orientation), are heterosexual.

Back to the topic at hand, we as a society don't fight rape even near as actively as we should. Victim blaming, slutshaming, and plain disinterest from the police, not to mention the media, is still far too present. Our society still encourages the idea that a man is allowed to force himself onto a disinterested woman and have the audacity to ask her to consider it a compliment when what is truly is harassment. If he proceeds to "give chase" (translation: force his (violent) affections on someone), and the woman of interest does not cooperate, she may well be sexually harassed or even murdered as a direct consequence. This is then often considered her fault for not willingly giving this man what he felt entitled to have.

But rape culture doesn't stop there. It's unsolicited 'dick pics' sent to women who never asked for it. It's dress code at schools, making young girls feel it's their responsibility not to distract the boys and teachers, it's publicly blaming the victim because her skirt was too short and she looked appealing. It's promises of violence if she says no, as if the very act of being forced into sexual acts alone isn't violent enough.

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Rape culture is news outlets showing a young white man's most flattering photo and naming his brief history with teenage depression. How well he always did in shool, and how oh-so-out-of-character this is for him. Meanwhile the girl has fallen pregnant with his child and is being cast out not just for wearing her favorite shorts and wearing her hair up on a hot day, but for wanting to get an abortion, because she cannot stand the idea of a part of him still being inside her.

Rape culture is the way a young girl's father just told her rape culture doesn't exist in the same breath as he told her to take self defense classes and always carry mace. Perturbed, her mother showed her that day how to clench your keys between your fists so you can use them as a weapon if necessary, never once thinking to tell her older son he should never rape.

As the young girl's father leaned over to give her pepper spray to put on her keychain, he whispered to her, "here, stay safe. Make sure he rapes the other girl."

Sorry for what I wrote, this is just a fiction so please don't be offended. And also thanks to those who always read and upvoting my articles. To my mare's and sis thanks a lot for supporting me and for giving me a useful tips and advices. I love you guys.

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This is shameful that even in developed country like America the ratio of girls being molested is very high... I am afraid what will be the ratio in underdeveloped countries have ? Anyways. It's not about the dress of girls but its about the mentality of men. Even the girls in Vail are being molested these days.

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2 months ago

That's true because when men think, they become violent thinking because of what they see in women..

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2 months ago

Women can wear whatever they want as long as they are comfortable with it. Us, men should give them the right to express themselves and not show them any threat or something that is not manly.

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2 months ago

Mahilig ako magsuot ng maiiksing damit. But that doesn't mean na gusto ko na nababastos ako. There was one time na nakapantalon ako at naka T-shirt pero bakit nababastos pa rin ako? See? Kahit ano pa ang suot ng isang babae kung may taong manyak, may rape pa ring magaganap.

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2 months ago

Mga lalaki lang naman sis ang may kasalanan hindi nila maiwasan ang pagiging manyak nila.

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2 months ago

Your topic for today is quite controversial LOL, My view about this kind of adultery is that, being vulgarly dress might be the cause of this unpleasant action, and under the mainstream of social media who could share such absurd photos. But the thing is that not an only women is being raped also happened to men which must be heard too, also a lot of men had suffered from depression and anxiety because of this actions just my view anyway.8:37_8.7.21

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2 months ago

Ang manyak kasi ng mga ibang lalaki haha kapag nakakita ng puting legs yan naaakit na agad πŸ˜…

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2 months ago

I remember when I was in an SUV on my way to Makati, I think that was 2010. I know I was wearing something decent but a man was touching my boo*s. He hid his hands in his bag. It was my first time being a victim of that malicious act, I was so shocked.

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2 months ago

Wearing something revealing doesn't mean they wanted attention and want to get touch by a man. I'm so done with these people always do victim blaming and blaming girls who likes to wear sexy dresses.

It's not about the girl nor the dress. It's all about the man's mindset. If they can't control their d!ck, then better cut them off πŸ™‚

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2 months ago

You're right sis. I don't know why many man has that kind of mindset. Like duh!

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2 months ago

May napanood ako isang short clip from a movie sa FB dati bout a girl wearing revealing clothes . then a man harass her but the girl tried to fight back.. Tapus tanong ng guy, "why are you wearing this if you don't want to be fucked" It's like I want to punch that man. Dresscode minsan tlga nagiging dahilan kung bkt narirape isang babae.. But in this new era. Normal nlng yan. Mga taong manyak lng tlga hndi nagbabago

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2 months ago

Ibang iba na talaga generation ngayon dito sa Pinas Ms. Jane kulang nalang maghubad na mga ibang babae, ganun pa man mga manyak na lalaki dapat iwasan talaga hindi nila maiwasan ... Hindi kagaya sa ibang bansa na normal lang lahat sakanila..

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2 months ago

Kaya nga.. Sa pinas tlga dami manyak ,🀣

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2 months ago

Thanks for your article. It needs to be talked about and understood way more so do not apologise for what you have written. All women deserve to live safely and happily without this threat.

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2 months ago

You are right, thank you for appreciating my article. Freedom of women must be considered :)

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2 months ago

This crime should really stop πŸ˜”

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2 months ago

Depende yan sa mga lalaki. Dahil ngayon iba na ang generation ng mga pananamit ng mga babae. Kaya mga ang mga lalaki mas lalong nagiging marahas

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