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Worried About Date Rape? These Guys Have the Nail Polish for You

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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:17 AM
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originally posted by: Kangaruex4Ewe
a reply to: CardiffGiant

I didn't mean bad in a bad way.


I meant that even in my 30's and being a woman, I sometimes find it difficult to not give into the strong urge to revert to a 16 year old boys mind and sense of humor. That's all. I have a hard time not "going there" and getting myself into trouble for carrying it a bit far. Your OP was so full of things I could have commented on and been banned for out of pure amusement. So I guess maybe I'm bad for lacking self control lol.

That's all. Your entire OP was hysterical IMO.


gratsi.......
for the record. im a 36 year old male. married. 2 kids.
i just have an extremely weird/dry/unusual sense of humor and way of talking/typing.
i type how i talk and in real life i talk.... well, i dont know how to explain it.

glad you had a laugh though....

being serious though. i wouldnt expect or hope for any sexuals... things like that do not turn me on at all.

if i was at a bar or club(not my scene so i wouldnt be there) and some girl was drinking a bit, dressed all slutty and wanting to come on to me/dance with me/grind on me, i would be out with the quickness.
i am not attracted to that at all... even for a 1 night stand.

if a girl shows that kind of interest in me then i am not interested in her.

i would much rather be around the block at the library or bookstore on a saturday night....i would much rather have a lady show interest to me there so we could maybe start something up... if it goes well then a couple months down the road i would appreciate some sexuals.

basically if a woman wants to give it to me the same night we meet then i dont want to give it to her....
its like an instant turn off.

dont mean i like uptight squares....just not into people that toss it around.

i love my wife. i love how we did it. we probably talked for at least 5 hours a day, in person or on the phone for 2 months before we had any kind of physical contact. by that point i was doing romantic things with my best friend.
not sexual things with some hood rat.....
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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:26 AM
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By definition then I am a man who has been raped at least five or maybe even more different times by various women. Because I have woke up in a strangers bed, at their house or in their hotel room in Vegas, and not remembered that night before. I've then had to do the walk of shame to get back home or to my room. A couple of times my attacker went out to breakfast or coffee with me afterward. What kind of sick individual does that?

The law does go both ways right?



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:28 AM
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originally posted by: Montsta
By definition then I am a man who has been raped at least five or maybe even more different times by various women. Because I have woke up in a strangers bed, at their house or in their hotel room in Vegas, and not remembered that night before. I've then had to do the walk of shame to get back home or to my room. A couple of times my attacker went out to breakfast or coffee with me afterward. What kind of sick individual does that?

The law does go both ways right?


How drunk or incapacitated was she?



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:37 AM
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a reply to: InTheLight

Not very. I vaguely remember on at least one occasion the woman saying "hey we should take this party back to my room" and I remember thinking it was a setup. I then remember doing a fireball shot in the room and not much else after that. Then I woke up and we were both naked.

Another time I vaguely remember the woman saying I love you when we were outside of her hotel room fumbling for the room key, even though we just met that night. I recall thinking ok that's weird, and that's the last I remember.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:41 AM
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originally posted by: Montsta
a reply to: InTheLight

Not very. I vaguely remember on at least one occasion the woman saying "hey we should take this party back to my room" and I remember thinking it was a setup. I then remember doing a fireball shot in the room and not much else after that. Then I woke up and we were both naked.

Another time I vaguely remember the woman saying I love you when we were outside of her hotel room fumbling for the room key, even though we just met that night. I recall thinking ok that's weird, and that's the last I remember.


Were you watching her alcohol and/or drug consumption all evening? Did she partake of these fireball shots in the room?



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:50 AM
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originally posted by: InTheLight

originally posted by: Montsta
a reply to: InTheLight

Not very. I vaguely remember on at least one occasion the woman saying "hey we should take this party back to my room" and I remember thinking it was a setup. I then remember doing a fireball shot in the room and not much else after that. Then I woke up and we were both naked.

Another time I vaguely remember the woman saying I love you when we were outside of her hotel room fumbling for the room key, even though we just met that night. I recall thinking ok that's weird, and that's the last I remember.


Were you watching her alcohol and/or drug consumption all evening? Did she partake of these fireball shots in the room?
This man was raped, yet you're treating him like some attacker. Shame on you. This has been happening since the beginning of time. People blame the victim.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:51 AM
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originally posted by: InTheLight

originally posted by: Montsta
a reply to: InTheLight

Not very. I vaguely remember on at least one occasion the woman saying "hey we should take this party back to my room" and I remember thinking it was a setup. I then remember doing a fireball shot in the room and not much else after that. Then I woke up and we were both naked.

Another time I vaguely remember the woman saying I love you when we were outside of her hotel room fumbling for the room key, even though we just met that night. I recall thinking ok that's weird, and that's the last I remember.


Were you watching her alcohol and/or drug consumption all evening? Did she partake of these fireball shots in the room?


No I wasn't watching her alcohol consumption, but she seemed a lot more coherent then me. Propping me up, hailing the cab, getting us back to her room. I couldn't of done any of these things as I was wasted. And yes, she took one fireball shot to my 2 or 3 fireball shots. At least from what I remember because she laughed at me because I tried to slam my shot glass down on the counter and missed and looked like an idiot.

I find it an interesting sociological quip that because I am a man that this happened to your immediate concern is how much the woman had to drink.

Same exact story comes from a woman, nobody cares how much the guy had to drink, it was rape, plain and simple.
edit on 26-8-2014 by Montsta because: Typo



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:53 AM
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originally posted by: Montsta

originally posted by: InTheLight

originally posted by: Montsta
a reply to: InTheLight

Not very. I vaguely remember on at least one occasion the woman saying "hey we should take this party back to my room" and I remember thinking it was a setup. I then remember doing a fireball shot in the room and not much else after that. Then I woke up and we were both naked.

Another time I vaguely remember the woman saying I love you when we were outside of her hotel room fumbling for the room key, even though we just met that night. I recall thinking ok that's weird, and that's the last I remember.


Were you watching her alcohol and/or drug consumption all evening? Did she partake of these fireball shots in the room?


No I wasn't watching her alcohol consumption, but she seemed a lot more coherent then me. Propping me up, hailing the cab, getting us back to her room. I couldn't of done any of these things as I was wasted. And yes, she took one fireball shot to my 2 or 3 fireball shots. At least from what I remember because she laughed at me because I tried to slam my shot glass down on the counter and missed and looked like an idiot.

I find it an interesting sociological quip that because I am a man that this happened to your immediate concern is how much the woman had to drink.

Same exact story comes from a woman, nobody cares how much the guy had to drink, it was rape, plain and simple.


Oh, but how much you both had to drink would be extremely important in a court trial.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:54 AM
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originally posted by: InTheLight

originally posted by: Montsta
By definition then I am a man who has been raped at least five or maybe even more different times by various women. Because I have woke up in a strangers bed, at their house or in their hotel room in Vegas, and not remembered that night before. I've then had to do the walk of shame to get back home or to my room. A couple of times my attacker went out to breakfast or coffee with me afterward. What kind of sick individual does that?

The law does go both ways right?


How drunk or incapacitated was she?
If a woman rapes somebody because she's been drinking, that doesn't absolve her of her crime. Making excuses for rapists is not the way to go, in my opinion.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:55 AM
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a reply to: mikeone718

That's because men usually DONT get raped (always someone willing to minimize or joke about rape).



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 09:57 AM
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originally posted by: addygrace

originally posted by: InTheLight

originally posted by: Montsta
By definition then I am a man who has been raped at least five or maybe even more different times by various women. Because I have woke up in a strangers bed, at their house or in their hotel room in Vegas, and not remembered that night before. I've then had to do the walk of shame to get back home or to my room. A couple of times my attacker went out to breakfast or coffee with me afterward. What kind of sick individual does that?

The law does go both ways right?


How drunk or incapacitated was she?
If a woman rapes somebody because she's been drinking, that doesn't absolve her of her crime. Making excuses for rapists is not the way to go, in my opinion.


Considering the poster was incapacitated beyond belief, I doubt he was aware of whether or not this female was incapacitated or not.
edit on 26-8-2014 by InTheLight because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 10:05 AM
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originally posted by: wrkn4livn
a reply to: mikeone718

That's because men usually DONT get raped (always someone willing to minimize or joke about rape).






My sister was nearly raped at a party we were at. She was making out with a guy, but that's all she wanted to do. He tried to do more and she screamed out and I heard and me and a buddy ran in and "escorted" the guy out. I don't make light of rape. I don't joke about rape. I don't shame victims or say they had it coming.

But by the definition given here in multiple posts, I myself have been raped, because I was drunk to the point of either incapacitation, or to the point of being temporarily without all my decision making abilities, and a woman (or women) had sex with me. That is against the law verbatim that someone else posted.

My point is that men have always been and will always be seen as dogs just trying to get laid, and it turns into a laughable affair if a man says he was raped. I don't feel shamed or humiliated, I certainly didn't call the police and file a report, but because someone who was clearly more coherent then I was helped me get into a cab, walk up to their room, gave me more drinks there, and then slept with me, and I have minimal memory of the whole event prior to waking up naked and smelling like alcohol and sex, well that seems textbook.

If I told this story without revealing my sex, most people here would assume I was a woman and would logically agree that it was rape.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 10:11 AM
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I have a scenario after reading all the back and forth on this topic, a guy and a girl are friends for 5 years no sex, the guy wants more, the girl doesn't make a habit of getting drunk, she wants to be just friends, the guy has repeatedly asked the girl out and wants more than just friendship. One Friday the girl had a bad week at work and asks her friend the guy to take her to a club to party, she has too much to drink which lowers her inhibitions, he takes girl home. Not thinking like she normally does, she initiates kissing which quickly moves into sex. Exhausted she then passes out and then wakes up the next day regretting what she would not have done if she was sober, but the guy is really happy in fact he wants a LTR with this woman. Is that rape, no, did the guy take an opportunity, of coarse, maybe had been waiting 5 years for that chance. Both are single adults.

Alcohol is judgement killer, if a woman chooses to drink, she can't blame the guy who might be looking for a woman who's better judgement is impaired, but fully awake and conscience with no drugs in her system.
There is some very naive comments being made in this thread.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 10:13 AM
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originally posted by: InTheLight

originally posted by: addygrace

originally posted by: InTheLight

originally posted by: Montsta
By definition then I am a man who has been raped at least five or maybe even more different times by various women. Because I have woke up in a strangers bed, at their house or in their hotel room in Vegas, and not remembered that night before. I've then had to do the walk of shame to get back home or to my room. A couple of times my attacker went out to breakfast or coffee with me afterward. What kind of sick individual does that?

The law does go both ways right?


How drunk or incapacitated was she?
If a woman rapes somebody because she's been drinking, that doesn't absolve her of her crime. Making excuses for rapists is not the way to go, in my opinion.


Considering the poster was incapacitated Beyond Belief, I doubt he was aware of whether or not this female was incapacitated or not.
I agree, which is why these females should be locked up for a long time.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 10:19 AM
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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 10:20 AM
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Really it comes down to this. The legal limit will never be the real threshold, because that means many of us have been raped. That doesn't seem coherent with reality. A jury isn't gonna convict on the legal limit argument. Any public defender could get it dismissed before it ever got to a jury, if there are no other circumstances that would point to rape. The legal limit argument has no proof unless you get a breathalyzer or a blood test as soon as you have sex.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 10:42 AM
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originally posted by: addygrace
Really it comes down to this. The legal limit will never be the real threshold, because that means many of us have been raped. That doesn't seem coherent with reality. A jury isn't gonna convict on the legal limit argument. Any public defender could get it dismissed before it ever got to a jury, if there are no other circumstances that would point to rape. The legal limit argument has no proof unless you get a breathalyzer or a blood test as soon as you have sex.


What it really comes down to is people who accuse others of rape, be them female or male, had better have proof, which may be in the form of the nail polish changing color.
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posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:04 PM
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originally posted by: intrepid
You obviously don't have a Y chromosome. Dude's don't look at it quite the same way. When they get rubbed they're expecting something.



originally posted by: intrepid
I don't know what a woman is going to do on the floor. Are you assuming we do? The opposite response. Don't want unwanted male attention, don't funk their junk.


WOW. When I was in high school, I knew of guys who thought this way, simply because a girl made out with them.

NEWSFLASH: Women are not responsible for attending to your erections, period. YOU are fully gown and capable of behaving as such, without jumping to asinine conclusions that women who dance closely at a club, automatically owe you sex.

As to this new nail polish invention - Rape is a problem of arrogant/violent masculinity. It is not a problem of improper accessorizing.



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:31 PM
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ladies should be able to dress and act how they wish without unwanted advances from guys.
that said, you will never convince me that 'some' ladies that dress like sloots dont want the attention.

im positive there is a great number of ladies that just want to unwind at the club by shaking it and flaunting it an they should be able to.
i am also positive there are a great deal of ladies that want the attention. they want the advances. they want men to try and make time with them.

what else could it be if some lady is in the club going all nicki minaj anaconda on some dudes unit.

they want it.

should they be raped? of course not
should they be able to cry foul the next day when they wake up next to sloth or simple jack naked in bed? of course not

if suzie q wants to drink a bunch and go full anaconda on sloth or simple jack and then make time with him then she needs to learn to deal.


i would be willing to be that happens quite a bit too. some fine ass lady starts thinking that mr pock mark face looks like brad pitt. now she is gonna get some. she wakes up in the morning and brad pitt is gone and pock face is laying next to her in her birthday suit.... enter freak out mode
"how do i get out of this"
oh yeah, he took advantage

meh



posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 12:41 PM
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