Thursday, 15 December 2011

Sex Offender Language AKA Date Rape Language

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0184v2l

The language used in ‘lads magazines’ is often accused of being inflammatory. But now a new study claims it is even more extreme than the language used by sex offenders. The study mixed quotes from four of the most popular lads magazines with quotes taken from interviews with convicted rapists, and asked a sample of men which attitudes they most identified with. Most of the participants identified more with the rapists’ quotes than the lads’ magazines quotes. When magazines are widely recognised as being adolescents’ favoured source of sexual information, what is the message the young men in question are receiving? Psychologist Dr Miranda Horvath, who co-authored the study, joins Piers Hernu - men’s magazine writer and former Editor at Large of FHM – to discuss sexualised language in lads mags and beyond.

How sad that women these days need to be told that men are easily inflamed these days, especially with all that free porn they get on the Internet and the way women these days go about wearing their underwear in public.

When someone is easily inflamed, do you inflame them some more by provocative dress and behaviour, or tone it down?

The answer of a reasonable woman would be "NO, I would tone it down."

The orthodox modern feminist answer, however, is "YES, I have the right to dress like a slut and not be raped,  so, er, fuck them!" -  surprise, surprise!

If you inflame them some more, should you not take responsibility for your actions, in the same way that you should take some blame for leaving your home unsecured while you go away for the weekend?

Obviously not, if you are a modern feminist who believes that women are moral and intellectual retards who cannot be expected to take any responsibility for their actions when they complain about date rape.

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