35 thoughts on “The Philosophy Of Rape

  1. It is strange how often societies overlook that rape is common in the natural world. The reason it is such a controversial subject within humanity is that serial rapists do not do it for sexual pleasure, but as a bullying, domineering tactic. And as a woman whose mother was raped, a very meek woman who did not dress provocatively, wear makeup, or do her hair in sexy styles, the man who backed her into a corner was not justified by any kind of balance or masculinity, he allowed himself to become a monster because he had no self control, no morals, and no care for his future.

    There are situations where men and women can better avoid these kinds of acts, and there are some where no amount of action or protections will stop a violent person from donning the spirit of a monster 😦

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  2. Yes, Rape Has Not Related Too Sexual Urges,it’s Clearly a Dominating act. A Monster Is a Monster. He can Rape a Six Month Old Child Or a Sixty Years Old Woman. Dress, Haircut & Other Things Doesn’t Matter Because He Don’t Look at Woman, He Just Look at Few Specific Body Parts.
    Thank You Very Much For Reading πŸ€—

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  3. Well penned. It is tough to pull on this sensitive subject with such expressibve thoughts. The selection of images is also commendable, especially the sketch that depicts man’s mind filled with woman’s image.

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  4. In my opinion (considering current situation), the greatest thing a man can do for a woman is to make her feel safe! It’s not even love, not even good company or anything…it is the feeling of being safe is what looks more important now.

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  5. You said it to the core. The reasons for sexual assault. Its not only Philosophy but the psychology of rape too. The strong reason among all this is rich and poor disparity. It is much evident from the poorest life background of Nirbhaya case victims. You said it well. Extremely beautiful and close observation of human mind. FineπŸ€©πŸ’žπŸ’žπŸ‘πŸ‘

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  6. Ohhh god…. this is so true as i use to think… this is just as i think… i used to put my thoughts before few people but they declared me an orthodox…… instead all these I’m with my thinking…. and after reading your this article I’m impressed alot that still there are some one who knows what is right and what is wrong…. you told nicely and clearly that what a man is and what a woman is… and what a man should do n shouldn’t and what is the freedom for a woman and what she shouldn’t do….. that’s awesome….. man and woman both should understand… these things…. but some where women are not able to comprehend that walking on street in shorts dresses is not your freedom….. every time when this topic of freedom arises the first thing women use to demand is freedom of wearing anything they want… and you cleared this point here very nicely…. hats of to youπŸ‘πŸ™‚…. great work….

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  7. Yeah, For Me Freedom Is Different Than Wearing Short Cloths Or Drinking In Public. Freedom Is Different & With Freedom There’s Responsibilities Attached. Thank You Very Much For Appreciating Such Idea, However Not Many People Support This Idea as It’s Very Outdated or Old School Kind Of.
    Thank You Very Much πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ™πŸ€—πŸ™πŸ™

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  8. Yup that’s what i told you that some people called me an orthodox but i knw I’m right at my place…. so I’m happy… n yeah ur words are appreciable πŸ™‚πŸ™‚πŸ‘πŸŒ±

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  9. Let People Called You Anything Because They Can’t Look Beyond The Paradigm Defined By Media & Other Social Structures. They Don’t Have Any Solutions for The Problem. Thank You Very Much πŸ€—πŸ™

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