The Evolved Amphibian
- Aug 27, 2010
- Civil Eng.
If you say so...Use the adverb "fully" does not help your case.
'Fully' is in this regard superfluous.
You know, you are so right, men get raped just as much if not more than women. I know I wear turtle neck so my chest so I don't look to provocative while i'm out at night.For it to be of any import it would mean that one has had to have experience rape...In which case both men and women have experienced rape.
Pure, and unadulterated tautology.....Becoming pregnant because of rape is indeed awful, but the awfulness is in the act of the rape. It is the violent act of rape that makes the pregnancy appear awful.
Yes, it is your opinion. The problem come when people that have power pass laws based on their opinion.. You see if you were on a board and had to vote on this issue, the woman would not come out a winner. So she has the child, and as it often happens, the child is mistreated. Now are you will to accept the blame for that? Your black and white opinion has no place with this complex issue.Perpetuating the violence against the innocent unborn child is not the remedy in my opinion.
Or would you "FORCE" the mother to give up the child when it is born? What if her mother instinct says no? Oh I forgot, this issue is a simple one...My bad.
Ok. What about the child that is abused by the mother because he is a product of being raped? Oh, how about the men that seek custody of the child?Lastly there many women who have been rape and have had the child and appears happy with the child.....some regret having had an abortion. So it runs the gamut among rape victims who have become pregnant.
I know that, but you kept saying you did.To answer your question directly, I do not know what it feels like to be pregnant but I can EMPATHIZE and SYMPATHIZE......because I am human and because Men and women are more alike than they are different.
I'm done, you're arguing against facts now. Reality says women are raped more and that syndrome really has nothing to do with it. It's a reason why men think this way.....No.....I do not worry much about being rape or robbed for that matter.......It has more to do with the "it won't happen to me syndrome" than reality.
You also have proved my point that men don't worry about the samething as women
Also, does this really need to be said?
Rape or sexual assault can happen to anyone regardless of sex. Thought on average it happens to women and girls a lot more than it does to men and boys.
What you've said is a forgone conclusion am I right? So it would seem you have nothing else substantive to say on the matter.
Like I said, men don't face many of the issues that a woman does. Thanks for finally admitting it.