Published in


Women can’t rape men

Here’s why

Bridgerton | NETFLIX

I was scrolling down Medium and an article popped up “Daphne Bridgerton raped her husband and why it’s important to not romanticize it”. I quickly changed from my writing user to my reading user to click on it and read it. And I was astonished. It’s not that I disagree with her premisses, without having watched the show, the way Yia Vue narrates the scene fully qualifies as rape, however, there’s something…




We curate and disseminate outstanding articles from diverse domains and disciplines to create fusion and synergy.

Recommended from Medium

Investing in People, not Policing

How Food Stamps Have Changed Over The Years and Why I Am Grateful and Angry

Black Girls CODE Presents #FutureTechBoss Series

They overturned Roe. We cannot let it end here.

An Open Letter to America during these protests

Transgender grandma was gangsta

A Note on the Aggressive Ignorance of Whiteness

HAWKSMOOR Customers Unknowingly Funding ABORTIONS!

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
North Black

North Black

If I become likable it will be a huge failure, it will mean I no longer shake you in any way, shape, or form. Pic courtesy of Christopher Campbell.

More from Medium

What Women Really Want From Men

Is It “Hun” or “Hon”?

Double Date

What are the biggest lessons you have learned in the corporate world?