You sure list a lot of excuses in your story. He did this, he did that. Yet you knew all this, and your excuse is that you couldn't stop it? Yet you didn't even try! Sorry, that was not rape.
@snoopybaron ah, ok. I see your point on my opinion. in reality you probably raped someone and are making bull shit excuses for what you did.
@thewanderingme "in reality you probably raped someone and are making bull shit excuses for what you did."The reality here is that you're a male-hating feminist, who can't accept responsibility for her own actions. Because she's too busy blaming Men for all her problems!
Well hello again. Nice to see that I can fully agree with you this time. :-)
No, it's not!
@snoopybaron are you agreeing or disagreeing with me?
A few years ago at a college in the states, 2 people, guy and girl were drunk during frosh week I think it was. They both decided to have sex. The next morning she regretted it and said she was raped. The guy was expelled.
she told you personally that she wanted to have a sex with him? or you're just assuming these things? if you weren't there then don't speculate on what actually happened.
She doesn't need to be their personally. That is literally how the law works in many places. Anyone can file rape and have a valid case, even if they admit the sex was consensual and that they were both equally drunk, simply because they changed their minds the next day.
@heavensgift2girls the point nt us she's assuming the woman has to be lying. it's one thing to say u wasn't there, I'm not taking sides. it's another to claim that woman lie about it often. the reality is that most women are to afraid to come forward about being raped. and this is why. more people choose to either not believe them or say it was their own fault.
@heavensgift2girls and like I said, women don't claim they were raped because the regret having sex with some guy. they deny it ever happened. grow the fuck up. why would a woman who regrets having sex with someone seek out attention over.
exactly. And I'm not victim blaming.. but maybe people shouldn't drink to the point where they get blackout drunk, or drunk enough to do stupid shit they'll regret. Again, not victim blaming.. it's just good f**kin advice.
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She means responsible for anything you do while driving drunk.
Not to me, lol, to some guy and girl who did it on the street corner in a crowd of people during Halloween.
@Dandeus Oh I see that now, the way she worded it made it seem like she was saying driving drunk is responsible.
I was trying to say how its real shitty how drunk people are responsible for their actions when it comes to anything... except sex.
I know I see that now, I just wasn't sure at the start what you meant. And yes I agree with you.
I hate when legal questions get asked here because people sound so fucking dumb. It's like they do not understand that the reason you are responsible for drunk driving is because it is premeditated. You drive someone intending to drink or opening yourself purposefully to the possibility of alcohol consumption and intend to drive away from there to your previous destination. This is not equivalent in any sense of the word to drunk sex. Many times the sex isn't even intended let alone premeditated and the concept of consent is not what makes you responsible during drunk driving, it is the premeditation, but when you're drunk you cannot consent regardless of how close to "pass out" drunk you are and you are not in full mental faculty hence why it is considered coercion to get a drunk person to do anything regarding consent whether it be fucking them or fucking them over with a contract.
"Many times the sex isn't even intended let alone premeditated and the concept of consent is not what makes you responsible during drunk driving, it is the premeditation"Absolute bullshit! Premeditation can be determined to have taken place in a matter of mere seconds! Ending up having sex after a night of planned drinking, is and should be taken into account, if not planned for. No different from planning transportation, should it be needed. Attempting to excuse and obfuscate the reasons a female is responsible for her actions, just shows your sexist attitudes towards males. Nice try, white-knight
She's talking about consensual drunk sex, not rape, although many women call their drunk sex rape to avoid having to take responsibility for their actions.