Girl rapes her unconscious boyfriend, "sexxit" commenters exercise the usual double standard (redditlog.com)

40 ups - 20 downs = 20 votes

19 comments submitted at 20:02:56 on Dec 1, 2013 by blowlinesfuckdimes

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  • Exactly_what_I_think
  • 17 Points
  • 20:28:12, 1 December

Birth control?

The only issue I have with this is birth control related.

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  • SoftHarem
  • 13 Points
  • 20:43:44, 1 December

My first girlfriend passed out mid session once. I was so pissed I kept pumping away until I was close, pulled out, and finished all over her while she was sleeping. She was a little fired up (and sticky) come morning. I laughed it off and told her not to pass out again. True story.

Rape? Rape.

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  • Clauderoughly
  • 12 Points
  • 21:27:37, 1 December

Men and women are held to different standards.

Boo fucking hoo.

That isn't going to change any time soon.

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  • IllimitableMan
  • 1 Points
  • 00:13:56, 2 December

I don't believe it will ever change.

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  • skinny_bitches
  • 15 Points
  • 20:06:05, 1 December

She didn't rape shit. There is implied consent in relationships. If a guy got horny and stuck it in while his GF was asleep, no one here would be complaining. Stop with the melodrama.

This is the issue with rape hysteria, because comparing this to an actual violent rape, lessens what an actual rape is.

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  • SAWDUST_IN_MY_HEAD
  • 20 Points
  • 20:47:13, 1 December

>If a guy got horny and stuck it in while his GF was asleep, no one here would be complaining. Stop with the melodrama.

Sexxit would blow the hell up if it was a guy doing it.

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  • CAPTAINxTRIPS
  • 6 Points
  • 21:22:21, 1 December

While I agree that the gravity of actual rape is greatly diminished by the word being thrown around so hastily, /r/sex would have gone apeshit on a guy for doing the same thing. I'd even go as far as to say that most people would point fingers at him.

Would I be angry if my ltr girlfriend did this to me? I'd be more worried of the implications of the sex (birth control?) than the act itself, but that doesn't eliminate the double standard here.

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  • skinny_bitches
  • 2 Points
  • 21:23:49, 1 December

I see what you are saying, but I haven't been able to find any actual evidence of /r/sex going apeshit over the reversed situation.

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  • CAPTAINxTRIPS
  • 0 Points
  • 21:35:16, 1 December

I found this. It's along the same lines.

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  • skinny_bitches
  • 2 Points
  • 21:52:09, 1 December

I saw that, it's similar, but differently phrased, what with the drugging and all, I couldn't see much hysteria in the thread either though.

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  • CAPTAINxTRIPS
  • 2 Points
  • 22:01:25, 1 December

It depends on the way you have comments displayed. When I looked at the thread, the top displayed comment was something to the effect of, "That makes him a rapist", and all the replies were people agreeing.

The drugs do add another level to this, but it's worth noting that in OP's story, the boyfriend was passed out drunk, which can be equated to sleeping pills for all intents and purposes.

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  • skinny_bitches
  • 1 Points
  • 22:02:51, 1 December

Fair enough.

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  • throwawaygonnathrow
  • 3 Points
  • 21:40:28, 1 December

Actually there's no implied consent in both states... Other than a narrow marital exception that is generally disappearing. Unconscious is basically always legal rape, relationship or not.

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  • skinny_bitches
  • 3 Points
  • 21:46:55, 1 December

Some countries have removed rape from the statutes as a response to things like this and replaced it with varying degrees of sexual assault. We were going to have it in the UK as well, but the feminists decried it (RAPE IS RAPE!!!!oneeleven) and it was dropped, despite it being a huge step forward that would have actually made convictions for genuine sexual assault easier to get.

That aside, the law says lots of things, like this big fat joint I'm smoking is evil.

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  • hunter_of_unicorns
  • 2 Points
  • 21:48:38, 1 December

there may be a double standard from some lunatics on the "other side", but that doesn't mean we should follow suit.

my girlfriend is welcome to ride my dick anytime she wants, whether I'm asleep or not (unless I say no or otherwise indicate as such).

It is truly an insult to people who are ACTUALLY raped to pretend that what this girl did was unacceptable or wrong in any way. and yes, if the roles were reversed, it's also completely fine.

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  • Manuel_S
  • 2 Points
  • 22:02:22, 1 December

If everything is rape then nothing is.

Birth control for me is the real issue here. That and not remembering is a bummer.

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  • Black-Legion
  • 1 Points
  • 22:20:25, 1 December

If you are together there is milked consent. As long as the birth control is taken care of it is all good.

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  • OnAMexicanRadio
  • 1 Points
  • 23:08:58, 1 December

> milked consent

What?

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  • blowlinesfuckdimes
  • 1 Points
  • 23:50:58, 1 December

So you're saying it is literally impossible to rape someone if you're in a committed relationship no matter the circumstances?