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

Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
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


Sex with a drunk chick is absolutely rape. And sex with people watching can easily be called gang rape.

The last one is just common sense.
Anonymous
When I was a freshman in college, I fooled around with a guy not realizing that he had a girlfriend. As luck would have it, that girl actually saw us making out. Long story short, he got into deep doo doo with her. And she really let me have it up one side and down another. By the end of it, neither her nor me wanted anything to do with the jerk.

A few days go by, and I hear that he has told his whole dorm (or at least quite a few guys) that I had slept with him and basically called me a ho. I was so angry that I cried. And no way was he going to set the record straight and admit that he lied. Jerk!
Anonymous
For someone behind on the latest gossip: Who the f is Jackie?
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
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


Sex with a drunk chick is absolutely rape. And sex with people watching can easily be called gang rape.

The last one is just common sense.


Sex with a drunk chick is not rape. It is, of course, possible to rape a drunk chick but drunk chicks can also willingly have sex.

Regret and rape are two different things.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
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


Sex with a drunk chick is absolutely rape. And sex with people watching can easily be called gang rape.

The last one is just common sense.


Sex with people watching is called public exhibition. That is pushing the definition.

Sex with a drunk chick is not absolutely rape. Its an grey area. When I was a junior in college after a night of drinking I invited another drunk boy up to my room and had tons of fun. I was not raped, I did not raped him. Still a fond memory today. This would mean many boys raped me in school, which I reject. .When people initially thought of raping drunk chicks it was at a club where a person who purposely ply a woman with drink to render her black out or drug her. But this definition has been brought to many grey situations where two young people with liquored up courage have sex. Its ridiculous

The last one may be common sense but people still do it. In fact sex positive feminists encourage it. So moot point.

All these three situations are still NOT rape.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:For someone behind on the latest gossip: Who the f is Jackie?


Ha. You will need to google Jackie UVA my friend. You have missed a real sh*t storm.
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.


Exactly. It's really not hard to achieve. If you are worried about your son being accused of rape.... um, maybe that says more about your son than it does about some imaginary predatory female thats plotting and planning to ruin his life? Ridiculous...
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
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.


Exactly. It's really not hard to achieve. If you are worried about your son being accused of rape.... um, maybe that says more about your son than it does about some imaginary predatory female thats plotting and planning to ruin his life? Ridiculous...


No, it means I am worried about my son getting harmed by external forces outside his control (false accusations), the same way I am worried about my daughter getting harmed by external forces outside her control (rape)

Like it or not bad things happen outside people's control and what we're doing here is trying to figure out how to avoid these situations. (e..g. don't walk in dark corners at night if you don't want to get mugged. Try to be aware of your situations or bad areas. See signs when a predator is grooming you for domestic violence. Avoid being in situations where you get caught up in false accusations). Both things may happen. Its not one or another.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
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


Sex with a drunk chick is absolutely rape. And sex with people watching can easily be called gang rape.

The last one is just common sense.


Sex with people watching is called public exhibition. That is pushing the definition.

Sex with a drunk chick is not absolutely rape. Its an grey area. When I was a junior in college after a night of drinking I invited another drunk boy up to my room and had tons of fun. I was not raped, I did not raped him. Still a fond memory today. This would mean many boys raped me in school, which I reject. .When people initially thought of raping drunk chicks it was at a club where a person who purposely ply a woman with drink to render her black out or drug her. But this definition has been brought to many grey situations where two young people with liquored up courage have sex. Its ridiculous

The last one may be common sense but people still do it. In fact sex positive feminists encourage it. So moot point.

All these three situations are still NOT rape.


I didn't actually witness this but I heard about it: Wet tee shirt contest with many buzzed/drunk girls participating. The "winner" stripped off her shirt hopped down into the crowd and let any guy who wanted to touch her breasts. She laughed as she walked through the crowd being groped all over by horny guys.

The next day she felt humiliated. What would you call this?
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:First teach him that son's is not the correct form for your title.


Thanks will do, anything constructive to add in regards to the subject?

From reading the post article, I would tell them to avoid women that make up stories are pretend someone exists in an effort to make someone jealous.


I think you meant to say "or" instead of "are."
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
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.


Exactly. It's really not hard to achieve. If you are worried about your son being accused of rape.... um, maybe that says more about your son than it does about some imaginary predatory female thats plotting and planning to ruin his life? Ridiculous...


No, it means I am worried about my son getting harmed by external forces outside his control (false accusations), the same way I am worried about my daughter getting harmed by external forces outside her control (rape)

Like it or not bad things happen outside people's control and what we're doing here is trying to figure out how to avoid these situations. (e..g. don't walk in dark corners at night if you don't want to get mugged. Try to be aware of your situations or bad areas. See signs when a predator is grooming you for domestic violence. Avoid being in situations where you get caught up in false accusations). Both things may happen. Its not one or another.



I love people that try to troll by creating hysteria about false rape accusations, as if they happen all the time, when statistics show they happen no more frequently than other false accusations. So if you're worried about your son being falsely accused of rape, why dont you worry about your son being falsely accused of mugging someone? Or of robbing a house? Or of committing whatever other violent crime? Let's speculate on how we can prevent that. Any suggestions?
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:For someone behind on the latest gossip: Who the f is Jackie?


Ha. You will need to google Jackie UVA my friend. You have missed a real sh*t storm.


Why do people keep using the term "sh** storm"? I think that the university's response since the article has been calm, cool, and collected.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
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


Sex with a drunk chick is absolutely rape. And sex with people watching can easily be called gang rape.

The last one is just common sense.


Sex with people watching is called public exhibition. That is pushing the definition.

Sex with a drunk chick is not absolutely rape. Its an grey area. When I was a junior in college after a night of drinking I invited another drunk boy up to my room and had tons of fun. I was not raped, I did not raped him. Still a fond memory today. This would mean many boys raped me in school, which I reject. .When people initially thought of raping drunk chicks it was at a club where a person who purposely ply a woman with drink to render her black out or drug her. But this definition has been brought to many grey situations where two young people with liquored up courage have sex. Its ridiculous

The last one may be common sense but people still do it. In fact sex positive feminists encourage it. So moot point.

All these three situations are still NOT rape.


I didn't actually witness this but I heard about it: Wet tee shirt contest with many buzzed/drunk girls participating. The "winner" stripped off her shirt hopped down into the crowd and let any guy who wanted to touch her breasts. She laughed as she walked through the crowd being groped all over by horny guys.

The next day she felt humiliated. What would you call this?


A hangover.
Anonymous
Try this: tell your son to get to know a girl before he has sex with her. It's not that tough. Sex with strangers is trouble on so many fronts for both men and women.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
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.


Exactly. It's really not hard to achieve. If you are worried about your son being accused of rape.... um, maybe that says more about your son than it does about some imaginary predatory female thats plotting and planning to ruin his life? Ridiculous...


No, it means I am worried about my son getting harmed by external forces outside his control (false accusations), the same way I am worried about my daughter getting harmed by external forces outside her control (rape)

Like it or not bad things happen outside people's control and what we're doing here is trying to figure out how to avoid these situations. (e..g. don't walk in dark corners at night if you don't want to get mugged. Try to be aware of your situations or bad areas. See signs when a predator is grooming you for domestic violence. Avoid being in situations where you get caught up in false accusations). Both things may happen. Its not one or another.



I love people that try to troll by creating hysteria about false rape accusations, as if they happen all the time, when statistics show they happen no more frequently than other false accusations. So if you're worried about your son being falsely accused of rape, why dont you worry about your son being falsely accused of mugging someone? Or of robbing a house? Or of committing whatever other violent crime? Let's speculate on how we can prevent that. Any suggestions?


Statistics in this area are worth next to nothing.

If a male student is falsely accused, but is sanctioned by a college in a quasi-confidential proceeding, he may accept the sanction. You won't acknowledge that as a false accusation. By contesting the matter in court, he runs a greater risk that his identity and sexual history will be made public, unless his lawyer can file the case under seal or is granted permission to redact his identity.

Your other analogies are absurd on their face. The term "he said, she said" isn't part of the lexecon when it comes to burglaries. "Recovered property" is.
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