What I Learned From Dating Women Who Have Been Raped
Emma Lindsay

“ but I don’t see women who don’t experience violence”

I see you are making womanhood synonomous with victimhood. I wonder how this handicaps women to seek out victimhood and self limitation in order to support such an identity. Anyways, my main concern is the “women are victims and men are evil”.

The shit women do to men:

women rape men at about the same rate: http://freethoughtblogs.com/hetpat/2013/09/04/the-startling-facts-on-female-sexual-aggression/

women molest children: “Approximately 95% of all youth reporting staff sexual miscon- duct said they had been victimized by female staff. In 2008, 42% of staff in state juvenile facilities were female.” From “Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2008–09″ http://bjs.ojp.usdoj.gov/content/pub/pdf/svjfry09.pdf

women hit men equally as often: https://web.csulb.edu/~mfiebert/assault.htm

(here are hundreds of studies saying the same thing. They are less biased for asking about acts of violence rather than conceptualizations of abuse because men have trouble conceptualizing themselves as domestic violence victims. no wonder…)

So what can we duduce from the idea that some women believe they have a monopoly on victimhood. These women want men to care about them but they wont care about men. “Only I can be a victim”. Fuck this author and fuck feminism. The amount of shit that women get away with and the muffled voice of male victims amidst the “more important” female victims is astounding.

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