How to protect or teach your son's to avoid Crazy Girls like Jackie

Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Yes the rape charge is very common. Laws must be past to punish these women. Maybe jail time and sterilization?


well that’s not funny - but there is a Virginia statute that mass it a criminal offense to make a false rape claim.
I wonder if this explains why Jackie has hired a lawyer?


makes (F**king auto correct).
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:Yes the rape charge is very common. Laws must be past to punish these women. Maybe jail time and sterilization?


Realistically, I think that there are false claims of rape but there are an equal amount of false claims made by men about women (she's crazy! it never happened!) and there are plenty of sexual assaults that are never reported because women know what a he-said/she-said thing it is and how difficult it is to prove.

Anonymous
Here's the sections from the book. I remember there was a whole section on what women are more likely to be false accusers. E.g. if you're a nerd and a woman regrets sleeping with you, you're more likely to be accused of rape than a star athelete.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction: i
Chapter 1: The Top 10 Rules for Short-Term Dating and One Night Stands (I think it details women to look out for)
Chapter 2: Beware of Dating “Breeders”
Chapter 3: Beware of Dating Married or Attached Women
Chapter 4: Don’t Get Married Before the Age of 25
An Old Classic Joke:
Chapter 5: The Top 10 Rules for Long-Term Dating
Chapter 6: Sex, Romance at the Office / Work Place
Chapter 7: Male Bashing and the Problems Associated With Being A Traditional Male
Chapter 8: Know Your Reproductive Rights! It’s Your DNA, Be Careful With It!
Chapter 9: Children Out of Wedlock From A Man’s Perspective
Chapter 10: An Observation of Western Culture
Chapter 11: Protective Orders / Restraining Orders / Abuse Prevention Orders
Chapter 12: Living Together / Marriage
Chapter 13: Child Support
Chapter 14: Relationship Exit Strategies / Divorce

The whole book is about pitfalls the young men should look out for.
Anonymous
I think this is a teachable moment for sons, but it goes far beyond "avoid crazy chicks." Avoid having sex with any drunk chick. Avoid having sex with other people watching. Avoid having sex with someone you just met.

It really is on the boys to not rape.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Teach him not to rape and not to believe hysteria over false rape reports. Your son has about as much chance of being falsely accused of rape as he does of being falsely accused of mugging someone in the street. So I wouldnt worry about it.


Teach them not to rape? This is such a dumb statement of course everyone does but the issue is in cases where false allegation occur and it appears from this situation mental issues can be the source of these allegations.


Oh really?
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:Live your life with integrity, tell the truth and treat women with respect and take responsibility for your own actions. Don't lie.

You can't prevent people from making false claims about you. But if you have been honest and have nothing to hide - that will come through.


I totally disagree. people have been put into jail or reputations ruined. It may come through years later when it is too late.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Yes the rape charge is very common. Laws must be past to punish these women. Maybe jail time and sterilization?


well that’s not funny - but there is a Virginia statute that mass it a criminal offense to make a false rape claim.
I wonder if this explains why Jackie has hired a lawyer?


Jackie talked to a reporter, not the police. Nor did she name anyone. She did not do anything illegal.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Yes the rape charge is very common. Laws must be past to punish these women. Maybe jail time and sterilization?


well that’s not funny - but there is a Virginia statute that mass it a criminal offense to make a false rape claim.
I wonder if this explains why Jackie has hired a lawyer?


Jackie talked to a reporter, not the police. Nor did she name anyone. She did not do anything illegal.


you should read the statute. I believe it says a person is prohibited from publishing a false claim of rape.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:After reading the story about Jackie I was thinking, how could a smart and intelligent girl get into one of the TOP schools in the country and be crazy.

I am planning to use this as a teaching experience to my sons on how to weed out potential crazy mates. Just because the person is intelligent doesn't mean she may be flawed.


Sadly, intelligence and emotional instability are not mutually exclusive.

I think you have to start by teaching your son to respect himself first. If you do not believe in premarital sex, then he needs to hear that from you. If you do not object, you still need to tell him to only have protected sex with someone he loves, respects, and knows well.

There is a big hook-up culture out there. It's gratifying to young men and often depressing to young women, and some of them will have buyer's remorse and claim after-the-fact they didn't consent.

Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Live your life with integrity, tell the truth and treat women with respect and take responsibility for your own actions. Don't lie.

You can't prevent people from making false claims about you. But if you have been honest and have nothing to hide - that will come through.


I totally disagree. people have been put into jail or reputations ruined. It may come through years later when it is too late.


Yes. It can happen. And it is horrible when it does.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:I think this is a teachable moment for sons, but it goes far beyond "avoid crazy chicks." Avoid having sex with any drunk chick. Avoid having sex with other people watching. Avoid having sex with someone you just met.

It really is on the boys to not rape.


None of those are rape
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:Watch out for women who are bi polar and act very different when drunk and sober


While there is something to this, I don't see a need to stigmatize someone with a managed mental illness. So,instead, focus on avoiding people who display erratic and contradictory behavior. Avoid drama and game-players. it sounds so simple and it doesn't just apply to boys vs girls. Teach your kid how to learn to read and trust his/her instincts and don't party so hard that that ability is lost. I learned that one the hard way. And know when to cut and run.


Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:After reading the story about Jackie I was thinking, how could a smart and intelligent girl get into one of the TOP schools in the country and be crazy.

I am planning to use this as a teaching experience to my sons on how to weed out potential crazy mates. Just because the person is intelligent doesn't mean she may be flawed.


Sadly, intelligence and emotional instability are not mutually exclusive.

I think you have to start by teaching your son to respect himself first. If you do not believe in premarital sex, then he needs to hear that from you. If you do not object, you still need to tell him to only have protected sex with someone he loves, respects, and knows well.

There is a big hook-up culture out there. It's gratifying to young men and often depressing to young women, and some of them will have buyer's remorse and claim after-the-fact they didn't consent.



Women can be as much into the casual hook up scene as men are. And men can be as uncomfortable with the casual hook up scene as women are and have as many regrets as women do. It's not about gender.

Both men and women can and do lie about consensual sex. Don't think for a minute that they don't.

Anonymous
Just one more thought on that book, I know the title and the cover is hokey and what not, but I found it very interesting and informative. Its also written by a lawyer that has handled numerous cases of sexual assault, so he has seen it all.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Watch out for women who are bi polar and act very different when drunk and sober


While there is something to this, I don't see a need to stigmatize someone with a managed mental illness. So,instead, focus on avoiding people who display erratic and contradictory behavior. Avoid drama and game-players. it sounds so simple and it doesn't just apply to boys vs girls. Teach your kid how to learn to read and trust his/her instincts and don't party so hard that that ability is lost. I learned that one the hard way. And know when to cut and run.




You can save a lot of heart ache and pain by avoiding the mentally ill.
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