msvette2u wrote:How sexist is that? If it was a guy and he molested a teenage girl, he'd be hung by the balls. Since it's a female she gets off with a handslap. I think had it been my son, she'd not be around, either...
dogcrazyjen wrote:I actually am editing the newsletter for the National Coalition of Free Men, Greater NY chapter. We deal with just this sort of double standand. It really is amazing that most people think nothing of it. I have to say I am very pleasantly suprised that you guys see it-the dog people I am used to dealing with in person are mostly flaming liberals who would think nothing of this. They have said "What, he's lucky, what teenage boy would turn it down?"
*not all liberals think this way, but the responses I have heard were pretty well divided down political lines*
It is sick, very sick, that society cannot see that women are just as capable of rape as men. This is not a gender issue, it is a human issue.
dogcrazyjen wrote:And boys, who are maturing at a much slower rate than those girls, have to try and get an education while inundated with sexuality far too overt for their young age. It is not just girls who are having issues. The boys are told on the one hand that they must behave, then they are slammed by the actual girls if they do behave. The girls want attention, then the boys are criminalized for giving it to them.
Meanwhile the girls are putting all their self esteem into what other people think of them, including other girls.
And people wonder why we live in a small conservative town and do not have television.
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