Fem X has a son that turned 18 last month. On the morning of his birthday, he stopped his little brother in the hallway and said, “Today I am a MAN.” His little brother blinked at him obliviously and went downstairs to play Minecraft. However, I, Fem X, heard his statement. I’m glad he clarified it for me, because as his mother I had no idea age alone qualified him for manhood. He seemed to be packing his duffel bag as I watched him; ready to go on tour as the apex predator of our society: the White Male. What birthday advice could I give him that would address his new status? How could I affirm him yet protect him with counsel for his future? He’s going to be going to college soon, and the world will offer him a chance to test and prove his manhood. I put my hands on his shoulders, looked into his eyes, and said, “Son, I love you; please don’t rape anybody…”
Let’s turn to the infinite wisdom of our community organizer leader Mr. Barack Obama for clues as to why I chose this forewarning. B.O. created the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, based on his information that 1 in 5 college women have non consensual sexual experiences, which are perceived as sexual assault or rape. Sounds horrifying- one in any number is too high, but one in FIVE? How can this be true? Obama
then goes on to say that “…we have to teach our young men to give women the respect they deserve.” I was simply following his suggestion. You know, doing my part to counsel my son that when he goes to college he will be seen as a potential rapist.
Here’s a sobering quote from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s 2013 report on drinking: “…while binge drinking has long been associated with men and boys, it is, in fact, a common occurrence among females; one in eight women and one in five high school girls engage in the behavior, leading to some 23,000 deaths among American women and girls each year.
“There’s been a shift in the drinking culture,” where “males and females are considered equal, and unfortunately that has led to a stubborn level of binge drinking among girls,” says Aaron White, health scientist administrator at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), a division of the National Institutes of Health. To put it more bluntly, “they started to drink more like boys and they’re not letting go,” he says.” Can anyone say “beauty by binge?”
I am not discounting the shocking and tragic cases of rape where a woman is forced against her will to have sex or perform sexual acts. I’m also enraged at the serial predators who drug women and rape them, such as what our friendly NFL player Darren Sharper
allegedly did to at least 9 women across several states.
But here’s an open question: why is it defendable for a woman to cry rape when both she and the guy were drinking? Men apparently have an overpowering primitive need to release themselves on a woman according to the Feminist Militia, and any unwanted attention is always instigated by the man and always the man’s fault. Males, if not defined as violent perpetrators are then labeled as insensitive, eager recipients at the other end of the “hook up” we as liberated women give them. There is no question that rape and even unwanted sexual experiences happen. However, let’s acknowledge that alcohol consumption seems to be the catalyst. Why are we not educating our youth about the myriad of dangers associated with ALCOHOL?
Women, do we need a fresh lecture on what happens to our inhibitions when we drink- especially binge drink? If you go into the open ocean at dusk at swim around, every fisherman knows you will increase your chances of attracting marine life. Same goes for drinking. If you are out drinking in public, especially to the point where you are any shade of drunk or binge drinking- chances are strong you will attract the wrong kind of marine life and get in a sexual situation you might not want to be in. Why do you have to put yourself in those situations, anyway? Do you jog at night in the park? Do you go to sleep with the door to your house unlocked and open wide? As much as our dark overlord feminazi protectors would like to have you believe, you DO have responsibility in the situation. Are you as women so infantilized that you expect people not to prey on you when you have been drinking? And then when you have so lowered your inhibitions you end up with an unwanted sexual experience, you expect protection? Also, who told you you could drink like a man and have sex like a man? You aren’t a MAN. You will not FEEL EQUAL to a man when it’s over. You don’t deal with it like a man and you can’t punish guys because they don’t process sex and sexuality like you do. Why do you give yourselves away over and over and act like you are liberated and enjoying it, when deep inside it’s plummeting your self esteem? GlRLS- you can’t have drunken hook up sex and think you will respect yourself in the morning!
Oh, by the way, some guys are there to get an education and won’t rape you. Sorry girls, spotlight off of you. And prepare your minds for this truth: some guys actually get raped by women. In others words, sex is not just something men line up to “get”. I challenge that it is always a male perpetrator and female victim. Obama ignores the man’s cause, and feminists believe we are all pacifier sucking babies, but what if WE women are the perpetrators? What about all of these studies saying males are victims of sexual coercion WITH FEMALES? Whaaat? I shared this finding with a man I am very close to, just to get his opinion. Surprisingly he said, “Yeah. My first sexual experience was kind of like a rape.” He said at a freshman party at a Texas university, somehow two women got word that he was a virgin. They lured him to his car and while inside one of them proceeded to have sex with him. While most women hear this and think this is every guy’s fantasy, he said he didn’t really realize what was happening until it was almost over because he was TOO DRUNK TO RESPOND. He said he wished it had not happened, and he never saw those women again. Don’t forget, this was over 20 years ago…imagine how much worse it is now in this age of meaningless sex and hook ups.
Bottom line: alcohol is a catalyst for rape and other unwanted sexual experiences. Men AND women can be victimized. The Feminists, true to form, lie to women and say for guys out there it’s all just the call of the wild, baby, when actually we can be perpetrators as well. We need to take responsibility for OUR sex drives. Stop hiding under the cloak of innocence- for whatever the reason, we want sex from guys, too.
Back to my son…heading out the door soon and blithely ignorant of what awaits him. I followed him to his car and said, “Wait, son; let me change my advice to you. I love you…please don’t rape anybody. And please….don’t get raped.”