Email to Awesome Journalist Dude

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Hi, [Awesome Journalist Dude].  Fan here.  There’s something I hope you will look into, because it helps explain a lot of false accusations and why sex assault is (supposedly) so underreported: What feminists actually mean when they talk about sexual assault.

A good place to start would be with ‘sexual violence’.  It’s a catch-all term feminists employ because it allows them to make a lot of false equivocations.

Sexual violence can entail anything from a “verbal assault” (which includes catcalling) or sexual harassment (includes unwelcome flirtation) to rape — which isn’t necessary ‘rape’ in any conventional sense.  Rather, ‘rape’ can refer to any sex act that fails to meet the feminist criteria for consent.

You’re probably aware of the term ‘affirmative consent’, but did you know that feminist ideology permits a woman’s ‘yes’ to be nullified AFTER the fact if she decides she didn’t really mean it?

Consent can also be revoked if the sex didn’t go according to her expectations, or if she suffers from any mental illness (e.g., bipolar disorder) and later concludes it had affected her judgement.

I was involved with radical feminism in my late teens, and nearly every girl I associated with had “attacker” stories to tell. And these she-roes were eager to tell everyone BUT the cops, complaining our laws simply weren’t strong enough to prosecute their “attackers”.  In that much, they were correct.

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Flirtation is Sexual Assault

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[(flirtation ⇒ sexual harassment)] & [({verbal harassment ⇔ verbal assault} ⇒ {nonverbal harassment ⇔ nonverbal assault}) → (flirtation ⇒ sexual assault)] / [you have a degree in gender studies]

∴ flirtation ⇒ sexual assault