I’ve been a little busy this past weekend. I got some gaming in, did the Killstream with Janet Bloomfield, and I also watched the NJPW show from 3AM-7AM this morning. That’s the reason for the slow start today, but hey, what can you do? Well, I guess I could have watched it during daylight hours, but anyway, let’s move on. The first thing I want to talk about today is an insane passage I read from an SJW Oxford student named Annie Teriba. I’m still having a hard time coming to grips with it, mainly because the crazy makes it incredibly difficult to follow. If any man had said what Ms. Teriba did, she would be advocating for their permanent removal from polite society. Since she considers herself some kind of activist, I guess it’s OK for to get away with “non-consensual” sex.
Here’s the bizarre rant, in case you missed it:
“[TW sexual assault, sexual violence] This statement explains why I will be stepping back from political campaigning from now. (I owe you a proper explanation, so will go into details here which you may find triggering.)
“At this year’s NUS Black Students’ Conference, I had sex with someone. The other party later informed me that the sex was not consensual. I failed to properly establish consent before every act. I apologise sincerely and profoundly for my actions. I should have taken sufficient steps to ensure that everything I did was consensual. I should have been more attentive to the person’s body language. In failing to clarify that the person consented to our entire encounter, I have caused serious irreparable harm.
“In a separate incident, in my first year of university, I was alerted to my inappropriate behaviour whilst drunk in a club, where I had touched somebody in a sexual manner without their consent. Therefore this is not an isolated incident. I apologise sincerely and profoundly for my actions.
As I alluded to above, the first thing that jumped out at me was how she described this whole thing as “non-consensual” sex instead of rape. It’s laughable the way these rad fems twist the language whenever it suits them. When they get in some shit themselves, they use weasel-words in order to try and minimize the damage. If it’s a man, or especially a white man, they turn it up to 11 and use the words rape and rapist as many times as possible.
A loyal viewer and I were talking about this, and she kinda felt sorry for this nutter. Why? Well, she wasn’t even convinced the woman was describing a real rape (I’m not necessarily convinced of that, either.). Under her ludicrous SJW standards, rape can encompass any number of things. Most people aren’t confused when they participate in a real rape, though. Of course it’s always possible that she did actually rape someone and now she’s trying to throw a pity-party so that she can get away with this shit by any means possible. Whatever the case, that statement is fucking bizarre in the extreme. Before I wrap this one up, let’s see what Master Milo had to say to me about it on Twitter:
C'mon, Milo. It wasn't a rape. It was "non-consenual sex." https://t.co/1Ez9kQnvAR
— Ethan Ralph (@TheRalphRetort) October 11, 2015
That’s the crux of the issue here. It’s only fucked up when a man does it. If it’s a women, all sorts of excuses will be made to cover for her ass. Like we talked about on the Killstream with the child molesting baby-sitter, females get away with murder, sometimes literally. When you’re part of the politically correct crew, or put on a sad female frown when you show up in court, you can get off. If you’re a hard-working male who is in similar positions, you can expect 20 or 30 years in prison. The double standards at play here are incredible.
Lemme know what you think down below and I’ll be back in a few minutes.