Stop ‘Lesbian rape’ culture

No-More-Secrets

The myth of rape culture is political in context, its an agenda to terrorize women and blame men.

the agenda is to perpetuate the myth that all men are rapists waiting for an opportunity.

A false rape complaint against a man is justified because even if your complaint is false you may be preventing a future rape because all men are rapists.

This is the feminist agenda, men are rapists and women are angels.

Ironically the group that is hurt most by this myth is the group you would think is most validated by it, Lesbians and bisexual women.

1 in 9 lesbian/bisexual women have been raped by a female partner.

source: https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/181867.pdf

Yes the US department of Justice  is the source. page 29 and 30

Because feminist myth that women are angels and morally superior is challenged at its core by this there is real resistance to this idea.

Worst of all the people most likely to be offering support in counseling/advocacy services are heavily indoctrinated in feminism, more likely to be lesbian or bisexual them selves and really don’t want to hear about women (or lesbians) as sexually violent. They would rather the problem was just swept under the rug, attitudes are changing, but slow progress.

It’s really hard for feminists to create the cognitive dissonance to somehow blame men (and patriarchy) when women are raping women.

Because feminists are fighting a political war for control of the state they consider lesbian rape to be just ‘collateral damage’ to be suppressed and ignored.

If you are a woman who is attracted to women and have just been sexually assaulted by a woman, call the police and avoid feminists. If you live with that woman pack your stuff and get out ASAP.

Women who rape:

http://www.canadiancrc.com/Female_Sex_Offenders-Female_Sexual_Predators_awareness.aspx

Posted on June 18, 2013, in Cognitive Dissonance, Consiousness, Feminism, Marxism, Politics, Socialism, USA, Whistle Blowers and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Interesting to check the blogs of the first 3 people who liked this article, All are women but they have something else in common, but I’ll let you do you own research*.
    * may require the use of Google translate or similar tool.

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