I really wanna know what I said that could’ve possibly made some guy give me a thumbs down.
You said nothing wrong. dont let it get to you. You spoke your truth that's all that matters.This topic just tends to get a lot of men's boxers in a bunch. Ignore them.
Most guys on here are just brainless idiots
I agree with you to an extent, I have also been raped and can understand the trauma. However no not every woman will experience sexual assault or harassment at some time in their lives, men can also experience these offences. I do feel the metoo movement has been taken to an extreme with allegations equating to evidence and people having their lives ruined because someone made a tweet. Although the original idea was good the movement has been so manipulated it's now toxic.
@Ámayas_20 www.npr.org/.../a-new-survey-finds-eighty-percent-of-women-have-experienced-sexual-harassmentThis may not be the best source, but I’m not trying write a college essay here. This survey shows that 80% of women have experienced sexual harassment. 80% is an insanely large amount of people. In my personal life I know that it’s happened to almost all of my closest female relatives. It’s happened to my mom, it happened to my aunts, it’s happened to my cousins, it’s happened to me, so I believe the statistic. I believe the number could be even higher than 80%. Every movement, group, ideology/philosophy has people who take it to the extreme. That doesn’t mean that the entire movement should be shut down because a few people want to abuse it. Punish those people. Hold them accountable. Also I understand that men can experience sexual assault too. The movement is called #MeToo. At any point in time men are allowed to speak up and say “me too” too.
I don't believe such a statistic as for one it was an online survey, people who take surveys like this are more likely to have experienced the event and secondly it included 'street harassment' aka catcalling something that while is uncomfortable shouldn't ever qualify as sexual harassment. Your point on men being able to speak up too well yes it's possible for them to make a statement but men aren't taken as seriously in this regard something this movement could have helped with if it had not turned toxic. With the amount of people having their lives ruined over nothing more than a tweet yes the movement needs shut down, not the idea but this particular movement.
@Ámayas_20 Often times when men speak up about sexual assault it’s women that come to comfort and support them and it’s other men that make a mockery of their experience. Men don’t take other men seriously when they experience sexual assault. And why do we care so much about the offenders? Some men are bad men and deserve to have their reputation ruined. Unfortunately there are some bad people who abuse the movement and have made accusations against innocent men, but I don’t think their lives have been ruined. If there is no evidence then there’s no reason for their lives to be ruined. But if there’s a mountain of evidence or a dozen women making accusations about one man all their stories are detailed and add up, then I believe it. This movement started out with good intentions and can still be used for good.
I honestly have no want to talk about the gender of those who support male victims of sexual assault, they are not as well supported that is the issue the gender of the people who do what is not of any importance. Secondly because these people aren't offenders they're people being accused and if you think people haven't lost jobs, had their reputations ruined etc over nothing more than a single tweet/allegation you need to look more into the effects of the metoo movement. As I said don't abandon the idea of the movement just the movement itself as it has become toxic.
@Ámayas_20 For starters I think the gender of those who support male victims does matter. Men are the ones who don’t take other men seriously when it comes to sexual assault. You can’t hold the MeToo movement responsible for men not supporting other men. You can’t blame the MeToo movement for male victims for not speaking up. We can’t force them to speak up. Secondly, could you give me some examples of INNOCENT men who have had their lives ruined by the MeToo movement?
"A lot of men think that the metoo movement is being abused to ruin men’s lives." Yes, because there are many documented cases where *precisely this* happens."Any movement or ideology can be taken to an extreme and abused." Yes, and this one stands as example of this."The fact that there are a small percentage of people that abuse the movement doesn’t outweigh the fact that there is a large percent of people who need this movement and want to use it to make the world a better place." Then why does the well-behaved majority not condemn the actions of the self-serving minority? Why is it only the men who rightly fear a false accusation... who are speaking out about this? Why is the metoo movement silent about those who use it for nefarious aims?" The only men who should be scared of the metoo movement are the ones that are out here assaulting, harassing, and raping people." Well, them and literally all other men, since you yourself acknowledge that it the movement gets abused. If any man can be accused, and have his life ruined as a consequence of that accusation (which, again, has been documented time and time again), then being afraid of such accusations is not only rational, but smart. Tell us why we should be your allies, if you will not protect us from that minority who abuse your own movement? It's YOUR movement, you have to convince us to support it, ever heard of "burden of proof"? That's just 'Logic 101'.All that said, I do absolutely empathise with you, and understand why you think the overall movement is necessary, and valid. For women like yourself who have been abused or assaulted or harassed, at least. I'd love to one day see a society where no act of sexual assault goes unpunished. It probably won't happen, because life is unfair at even the best of times. But its a noble aim, so long as its scope isn't over-extended to include "any guy who looks at a woman in a way she doesn't personally like", or other such over-extensions.
So let's solve this problem together. Let's get on the same page. How do we solve this? How do we reconcile men's valid interests (not being falsely accused; wanting the women in their life to be safe) with women's valid interests (not watching their assaulters "get away with it"; being able to speak out about abuses against women without being immediately silenced)?I'm telling you this now because it's a fact: nobody will ever support something that doesn't benefit them in *some* way. Men want to know they can support metoo's broader aims without being treated by suspicion or falsely accused just because of their gender. Show them how this can be achieved-- by distancing the movement from those who abuse it, and calling out such people and defending the falsely accused-- and you will have some 80-95% of the male population on your side. (You know, the majority of men who do NOT assault or harass women; the men who love and protect their mothers, daughters, wives, etc.)
p. s. upvoted your comment because although I disagree with some of your rationale, I can appreciate it's a topic near and dear to you. Hopefully you take my critiques as grounds for a positive discussion, and not as just another man shooting down your "womanly complaints" or something.
@SomeGuyCalledTom I see what you mean. In all honesty I think the movement as a whole would do more to publicly condemn the people that abuse it. Personally I think that a person who makes false accusations should face criminal charges. But it can be difficult to weed out the bad eggs and by the time they are found out the spotlight has already shifted to someone one else and new accusations. The movement isn’t perfect, but I think it has great potential to do good.
" But it can be difficult to weed out the bad eggs and by the time they are found out the spotlight has already shifted to someone one else and new accusations." Well, maybe then the problem is that bad eggs are believed prematurely. If the movement presumed innocence until guilt were established (as has been legal mandate in English Common Law for over 500 years), then the bad eggs wouldn't be able to use such run-and-gun tactics to get their way. They'd be exposed before the "spotlight" passes onto someone else. I also find it telling that "who has the spotlight" at a given time is more important than separating facts from fictions. The movement seems to have a short attention span, which is par for the course considering it relies on social media and 24-hour news cycles to spread its message. So by its design it's easily abused, as those who abuse it know the spotlight will pass over them long before their claims can be brought under any legitimate scrutiny. If metoo stopped peddling statements like "believe all women", and took things on a case by case basis, then rationality and full inquiry into claims would become the norm rather than the exception."Personally I think that a person who makes false accusations should face criminal charges." I'm glad we can agree on this point."The movement isn’t perfect, but I think it has great potential to do good." Perhaps. But "potential" must be enacted, otherwise it's nothing more than empty rhetoric. It's easy to defend something on the basis of what it may potentially become. But it's far more instructive to criticise what something *actually IS*. No innocent man in his right mind would argue against the idealised vision of the "perfect metoo movement". But he would easily find grounds to argue against the movement as it's currently manifesting in the larger cultural landscape.
It's simply unprecedented that we've reached a point where a man's guilt can simply be assumed long before the legal system has had a chance to vet the claims in a court of law. (example: men have been fired by employers who caught wind of some unverified accusation made against them via twitter, in many cases mere *hours* after the claim was made.) I see no grounds whatsoever on which to defend this. So yes, I think that as long as this is the societal precedent being set (and actively fuelled by metoo movement), then supporting that movement is fundamentally against men's interests.Which is a damn shame, because as you say, it does have real potential as a force for good. But just on basis of what I can observe, I don't see that potential being enacted in a way that serves the interests of society as a whole. It's more like "this is just for us women, and if a few innocent men get taken down so women can have justice, then so be it". And yes I've seen metoo supporters use almost word-for-word this kind of rhetoric.
You're far too obsessed with gender, the gender does not matter whatsoever the problem is all round men are less supported the fact that women are more likely to support them is meaningless. Yeah sure, they aren't hard to find and there are many more- Stephen Elliott- Andy Signore- R. M. & Bonsu’s caseAs a few and honestly do your research, like I said all it can take is a single tweet and people are loosing their jobs, their reputation is ruined, their families and friends turn against them etc and we're not talking about even convicted criminals we're talking about men and woman who have been nothing more than accused which means absolutely nothing on it's own.
I honestly think we need more awareness about sexual assault and harassment and a way for people to report it safely, but the metoo movement is not it. We as a society also need to start seeing sex crimes as more serious matters the punishments should be higher and there should be punishments for lying about it, obviously these crimes on both sides will never stop but we need to take them more seriously but with less automatic belief.
WHY IS THERE SO MANY FUCKING DOWNVOTES?
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I just downvoted you. I don't want to be accused of being a coward. I did it, ment it and support those others who also down voted you. Me reasons have already been laid out.
@TonyMetal_86 I don’t really care whether or not I get married. It would be nice, but I also wouldn’t mind not getting married. But I am in a happy solid relationship that may lead to marriage in the future. I think it would be nice to be a housewife. I wouldn’t consider my husband as the head of the household. We’d be co-heads of the households. We both share equal responsibility and have equal authority. My husband would not be my everything or my first priority though. If we had children then my children would be my first priority.
Your husband is men call him pervert
gravity of rape across many countries is a norm in many places. especially places like India n China where to speak up against rape is seen as shame to the family. So women are encouraged to hide their feelings and not talk about it. As recent headlines shown with Demi Moore mon allowed a man to rape Moore for money. at age 15. so many years she kept scared hidden.
@SwordShield you are most certainly correct. Men victims are just less likely to come forward
Please don't take my comment as spiteful. I'm just spreading the word around.
I wasn't. I was remiss in pointing out that women are not the only ones affected. I have loved ones who have dealt with this issue and it was incredibly hard for them. I know u werent being spiteful
Yeah, I know, just clarifying.
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A 2nd but hidden level of consenting, very harmful!
Proven not guilty in the court of law doesn't actually make the accused innocent of the crime just to be clear.
Yes, I know.
Two female downvotes for saying the truth. Press F.
The American actor Merlin Santana was shot to death by some men in 2002 because a 15 year old girl falsely accused him of coming on to her. #MeToo is redundant in this regard!
Yeah I'm surprised a person at work would ever say that to you anymore. He must have owned his own business and not be affiliated with any medical group. That was not be okay to management. Realistically though I think girls can get away with saying a man is handsome much more.
Nope he is an employee of a practice. Affiliated with government and council as well as being a doctor.
Yeah that was a terrible idea then. He wouldn't even be able to saw "you have nice eyes" or "you have cool eyes." No appearance should be talk about at work anymore unless you own the business of course.
Even then it could cost an innocent dude his livelihood. Women need to take a chill pill so sensitive these days.
People won't chill because business is concerned about offending even the 1 in a 1,000th most offended people.
Yup it's ludicrous
@Agape93 you've been reported for your harrassing private messages, not cool.Young white girls are being racially targeted by Pakistani men for gang rape, it must be stopped. There is no narrative but the truth, people like you kept what was happening by branding anyone who spoke up as racist but no longer.
@Agape93 rape is a problem in general. But a major problem in England with racist Pakistani rape gangs gang raping young white girls. Look at what happens in Pakistan where a gang rape victim goes to the police to report it and then gets raped by the police.Also can you please stop sending harrassing messages, your threatening language is not appreciated.
@Agape93 actually no. These guys rape some of these girls at least 100 times by maybe 100 different guys. They are just raped once buy multiple times by multiple men.
@Agape93 "Victims were physically assaulted and raped by as many as five men at a time, or obliged to have sex with "several men in a day, several times a week". The victims, plied with drugs and alcohol, were passed around friends and family, and taken to various locations in the north of England, including Rochdale, Oldham, Nelson, Bradford and Leeds. The abusers paid small sums of money for the encounters. One 13-year-old victim recounted that, after being forced to have sex in exchange for vodka, her abuser immediately raped her again and gave her £40 to not say anything about the incident. Among the incidents recorded by the police were a 15-year-old victim too drunk to recall being raped by 20 men, one after the other; and another victim so drunk that she vomited over the side of the bed as she was being raped by two men. One thirteen-year-old victim had an abortion after becoming pregnant."7 timesx7days per week = 49 rapes, 49 rapes x 4 weeks= 196 rapes.
@Agape93 Operation Doublet
@Agape93 it's still continues, 65 have been charged only 19 have been convicted thus far, some have fled to Pakistan.
@Agape93 again the evidence is there you just refuse to read because you refuse to believe the victims.
@Agape93 sorry I just speak out against the racist victimisation white girls face here at the hands of Pakistani rape gangs.
@Agape93 so your saying ignore racism and the targeting of these white girls because the perpetrators are Pakistani. That's sounds like what happened in the past.Should these white girls be silent for the sake of multiculturalism?
@Agape93 yet you ignore the truth because the perpetrators are Pakistani and the victims white. Why do you give rapists a pass if they are non-white?
@Agape93 you dismiss the victims trying to get justice because they are white while giving the rapists a pass because they are Pakistani.Must have been horrible for these girls being gang raped day after day for years from when they were 11-17
@Agape93 yet you spent a lot of words dismissing the victims.
@Agape93 np use backtracking now. Maybe you should talk to your friends in London and York again
@Agape93 verified by your responses.
@Agape93 "Funny how I have friends in London and in York and they’ve never heard of these roving Rape groups you claimed were everywhere." "I’m denying it because you’re not providing evidence.Pay attention hon. I said they never heard of the roving Rape gangs you claimed existed. Gangs that, as you said, left mosques and ran around raping young white girls. That they existed in every town and village and city."
@Agape93 so you dismissed those victims because you were ignorant of the truth.
@Agape93 there are Rape gangs in every town and city. We know there is, we've been saying it for years and weve been shouted down because of political correctness. Even fathers were arrested trying to get their daughters back because it was "racist".
@Agape93 Baroness Cox (CB)My Lords, I am profoundly grateful to all noble Lords speaking in this debate and to many other noble Lords who have expressed their support but are unable to be here today.This is a sensitive and complex subject, which is important to raise on behalf of so many women and girls who have endured horrific crimes and who are still waiting to receive the support, protection and compensation they so desperately need. In Rotherham, hundreds of children were sexually exploited between 1997 and 2013. Girls as young as 11 were raped by multiple attackers, trafficked to other towns and cities, and abducted and beaten. Some were doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, while others were threatened with guns, made to watch brutally violent rapes and warned they would “be next” if they told anyone.Repeated calls have been made for the Government to provide sufficient resources to support victims and survivors. Yet still, in October last year, Rotherham Abuse Counselling Service had 260 people on its waiting list, with an average waiting time of seven months. Additional funding is clearly needed for children and young people’s services to meet the needs of victims. To quote Sarah Champion, MP for Rotherham:“If there had been an earthquake affecting the lives of 1,400 children in Rotherham, we would have got emergency funding from the Government to help with their recovery. However, with no such money forthcoming for child abuse, we are largely leaving victims and survivors to get on with the recovery themselves”.—[Official Report, Commons, 5/2/19; col. 304.]
Can the Minister therefore say whether Her Majesty’s Government will increase their funding to support victims of grooming gangs, many of whom endure long waiting times to access mental health services, at the very time when they say they need it most? Will they provide additional funding as a matter of urgency to facilitate multi-agency support for victims involved with legal investigations?Child sexual exploitation occurs in many places. Some estimate that grooming gangs operate in 73 towns, from Plymouth to Liverpool, from Cambridge to Glasgow. However, there is currently no single dataset that distinguishes between “grooming gang offences” and other forms of child sexual abuse, many of which occur in families and are unreported. This means that specific statistics are difficult to ascertain.
I have had the painful privilege of being alongside and trying to help some of those who have suffered horrific abuse by grooming gangs. They have described, in heart-wrenching detail, the vulnerability of young girls to persistent, brutal and repeated rape. Noble Lords may be aware of the case of Sarah—not her real name—which has been reported as one of the worst sex grooming cases on record. She describes how she was kidnapped aged 15, imprisoned in a house, forced to learn the Koran and beaten when she made mistakes. She was held as a sex slave for 12 years and was repeatedly raped by different members of the grooming gang. She had three forced Sharia marriages, eight forced abortions and two live births. Her abusers referred to her as “white trash”. They forced her to wear Islamic dress and permitted her to speak only Urdu and Punjabi. She has not received the help she needs from social services and is frequently suicidal.Noble Lords might also be aware of the case of Caitlin Spencer—another pseudonym—who had the courage to write of her experiences to try to help other vulnerable young girls. Her book, Please, Let Me Go, was recommended in the Sunday Times as a bestseller. The book is in your Lordships’ Library.Caitlin has described to me how, from the age of 14, she was groomed, sexually exploited and trafficked around this country by gangs of men. She said:
“I have flashbacks all the time. It started when I was so young and to be honest, I’m not even sure it’s over. They have done so much damage to me—emotionally, physically, psychologically—that I think I am probably broken beyond all repair”.Given that Caitlin still sees her abusers driving their taxis with impunity and that other victims similarly see perpetrators living freely and intimidating them, what more will the Government do to bring these perpetrators to justice?Caitlin did not receive the help that she needed following her horrendous trauma. She had to fund her own psychotherapy, with help from friends. The same is true for many others. I gather that the Government have recently allocated up to £12 million in funding sexual violence support services, yet the estimated scale of abuse means that each victim would receive the equivalent of only £48 each year. What steps are being taken to ensure adequate support for the victims of these horrific traumas?
The majority of Caitlin’s abusers were men of Pakistani origin. Likewise, in Rotherham, according to the Government’s own findings, abusers came largely from the Pakistani heritage community. Evidence collated by Sikh Youth UK suggests that cases of abuse against young Sikh females by grooming gangs have also been perpetrated by those primarily of Pakistani or Muslim heritage. If media headlines are to be believed, the same is also true for the horrors perpetrated in Telford, Rochdale, Oxfordshire and a growing list of other places.I must emphasise that that does not mean that all abusers fit the same profile. Child sexual exploitation is not exclusive to any single culture, community, race or religion. However, when it comes to understanding the past and what can be done to prevent future cases, we must be able to have an honest debate. We cannot betray the victims and their families by shying away from the facts.Over the course of decades, not enough was done to stop these tragedies in Rotherham and other towns. Council staff, social workers and the police allowed the mass gang rape of children to continue. It seems it was far less politically complicated to keep quiet. Many victims did not receive support because of the state’s reluctance to interfere in supposed cultural practices. Agencies downplayed ethnic or religiously identified dimensions of abuse. They also applied generic labels such as “Asian” to the perpetrators, which is a source of great concern to Asians who would never indulge in or condone such horrible crimes.
@Agape93 In the tragic cases of child sexual abuse by Roman Catholics or Anglicans, there is no inhibition about identifying these faith traditions, yet there appears to be a degree of censorship when it comes to identifying abusers who call themselves Muslim, or who use warped interpretations of Islam to justify their abhorrent acts. This kind of political correctness is a source of profound frustration and hurt for those, such as Sarah, who have been abducted, raped and trafficked by grooming gangs. Presumably, it is fear of accusations of racism or Islamophobia that has resulted in the religious identity of these abusers being hidden. However, it is important to recognise reality, because this characteristic often affects the nature of the abuse and suffering inflicted. It is also to be hoped that Muslim leaders will take ownership of policies to prevent these atrocities perpetrated by some Muslims bringing such suffering to vulnerable girls and shame on their faith. What steps are the Government taking to ensure that agencies are not inhibited in the protection of vulnerable women and children by cultural sensitivities or fear of being labelled Islamophobic?
@Agape93 Many victims also report feeling let down by the police and social services. They have often been met with a lack of understanding and feel that their stories are not believed. Some are told that they “brought it on themselves” or that they “must have consented” to being raped. This is profoundly disturbing. The success of prosecutions depends on witnesses and survivors coming forward and testifying. Young girls who have already suffered so much must not be deterred from reaching out for help. Can the Minister therefore clarify the practical measures that are in place to support those who have the courage to speak up, and can she say what is being done to ensure that convictions are obtained and justice achieved?The scale of suffering far exceeds the preventive measures and support for victims that are currently in place. Until comprehensive action is taken, politicians’ promises of “never again” will continue to remain unfulfilled and vulnerable girls will continue to suffer in ways that would make our suffragettes turn in their graves.Baroness Cox (CB) 2019 May 14th 4.30pm House of Lord's
@Agape93 that's from a baroness who sits in the house of Lord's. The British government acknowledges the scale of it "grooming gangs operate in 73 towns, from Plymouth to Liverpool, from Cambridge to Glasgow"
@Agape93 that's not political. Britain is not the US, a politician can't lie in the house of commons or house of Lord's.
@Agape93 no there are actual laws preventing that in most countries that aren't America.Also by dismissing me as a racist& a liar youd be calling all those victims racists & liars, youd be yet another trying to silence the truth for the sake of political correctness & multiculturalism. You'd be a collaborator in the mass gang rape of young white girls making you the racist liar.
@Agape93 all comments will now be removed.
dont waste ur time with that indian chick, she is nuts feminist duck face
@Princeofaljazeeera She is maybe one of the female down-voters. And it is good that a females calls the movement (today's state) horseshit.
Not all members of the movement see also males as rape/harassment victims, thank you.
I read something recently suggesting that some companies are refusing to hire females because they don't want to deal with liability issues arising out of, say, #MeToo and sexual harassment suits.
Civil courage and psychological help is more important than an abused #metoo hashtag.
Yeah so true. It makes us apart 👈😑👉
#SmokyEnrique Exactly. I've been saying this for years and I just keep shut down all the time for voicing my opinion. I'm almost certain at this stage that men and women will separate even more and its going to destroy the best parts of love... real love
It's make us enemy. But Our life incomplete of each other. How can a life without each other. We both are from our parents. We are together since millions of years
#SmokyEnrique Exactly. I agree with you 100%. Its sad that slowly this union is being eroded
Actually main issue is political people wants only vote and media is trp
Can u follow me Or i follow u?
One more thing we as human fighting 👊💥 useless way. Since centuary
#SmokyEnrique Sure no problem. I will follow you now
I'm very concerned about what #metoo was and now has turned into. A weapon to nuke a random male's life to ashes.
One female downvote...
I’m feminist and I support its intention, but it has gotten out of control. It’s about accountability and should never be used as a witch hunt.
@Agape93 Most importantly, attention whores should not have used this for attention because all it did was discrediting actual victims.
Assuming everyone is honest.
I'm not a rapist, I never raped a woman. If she comes up with it, I want hard evidence, else it is false accusing.
@Creepazoid According to the IQ test, most of it's mental retardation 😂😂😂
I saw your statement about a bunch of guys getting their "boxers in a bunch" let me explain my answer.When it first came out a bunch of male victims started speaking about their sexual asdaults and were told "how dare you... Start your own movement. So we did #HimToo which was both derided and argued that it was just to take the spotlight away from #MeeToo. Then one of the founders Councilwoman Cristina Garcia stated that any one accused of sexual misconduct must immediately step down relinquish their position especially if they were a public servant. Then two separate men came forward with very visible stpries of her grabbing their crotches without consent. And.. .The #MeeToo movement was both quiet and accepting of her taking a paid leave of absence and having her own team investigate and exonerate her. When people, rightly spoke about other female perpetrators again the movement was relatively silent. Most of whome still have a job and have come through mostly unscathed. Showing a different public mindset of both victims and victimizers by gender. Lastly the book How To Destroy a Man Now book was published giving step by step instructions on using #MeeToo to well destroy a man. www.amazon.com/.../099982032XAll of this and more has left a very very nad taste in many guys mouths involvin #MeeToo
I got typing too quickly... I meant of course, "viable stories" both men's stories were quite plausible and as that was the only criteria that #MeToo used as a basis of judgement Councilman Garcia should have immediately left her position. But she did not.
I'd love to meet the bitch who downvoted this...
Same wish here, too.
This makes me laugh here. :D But sadly it scares the shit out of males of making love to a woman (not me) because it is a 2nd hidden layer of consenting into sex.
Civil courage is more needed than a #metoo hashtag turned into a "nuke a random male" weapon.
Even bad sex can be seen as rape by them. I found that very abusive.
@roland77 yeah also consent can even be revoked in hindsight, which makes a lot of sense if you're trying to blackmail men for money.