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Anonymous Anonymous said...

A clever trick that feminists in the US like to play – deliberately distort facts or outright lie.

Some years ago, all of the national news TV shows and many of the newspapers reported that something like 85% of all females at US universities are victims of sexual assault sometime during their college career.

WOW – that is a horrifying statistic – something must be done – the country is going to hell – sympathy for all young women – venom for all young men.

Sometime later I was reading an article by Christina Sommers, a well-respected woman who writes about woman’s issues and much of the issues deal with how feminists are doing a disservice to women (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/t...=glance&s=books ).

Christina got hold of the report and questionnaire used by the feminist organization to get the national media into frenzy. It turns out the questions used to determine if a college girl had been a victim of sexual assault went something like this:

1) Have you ever been physically overpowered into having sexual intercourse against your will?
2) Has a man ever threatened you with physical harm because you did not want to have sex?
3) Have you ever felt pressured to have sex when you did not want to?
4) Have you ever had sex and later came to regret it?

If any of the questions were answered with a yes, then that was counted as a sexual assault.

Obviously questions 1 & 2 should be considered as an instance of sexual assault.

Questions 3 & 4 however are not even close to being sexual assault. Heck, question 3 includes a man begging for sex, giving gifts for sex... peer pressure could fall under question 3. Actually, I would have thought that 100% of college girls would have answered yes to number 3 – maybe the 15% who did not answer yes were really ugly and no guy wanted to have sex with them.

Question number 4 is a real gem. Half the drunken sorority girls who willingly have sex because they are horny and the alcohol temporarily lowered their inhibitions, later regret being an easy lay. Heck, I have slept with a homely chick, or two, and then regretted it after my sexual appetite was satisfied. Was I the victim of sexual assault?

The really sad part – feminists publish their distortions/lies and shop them to the news media. The news people do not question the technique/methodology used in the study, or the source of the statistics, or the definitions and assumptions. The news people just repeat the conclusions on the 6 o’clock news over and over again.
In conclusion – feminists have no qualms about distorting facts to the point of being a lie, and the media will take what feminists report at face value, regardless of how outrageous the claim seem to be. Whenever you hear something reported that claims harm to women, be skeptical and ask for more information.

John P

August 12, 2005  
Anonymous John P said...

A clever trick that feminists in the US like to play – deliberately distort facts or outright lie.

Some years ago, all of the national news TV shows and many of the newspapers reported that something like 85% of all females at US universities are victims of sexual assault sometime during their college career.

WOW – that is a horrifying statistic – something must be done – the country is going to hell – sympathy for all young women – venom for all young men.

Sometime later I was reading an article by Christina Sommers, a well-respected woman who writes about woman’s issues and much of the issues deal with how feminists are doing a disservice to women (http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/t...=glance&s=books ).

Christina got hold of the report and questionnaire used by the feminist organization to get the national media into frenzy. It turns out the questions used to determine if a college girl had been a victim of sexual assault went something like this:

1) Have you ever been physically overpowered into having sexual intercourse against your will?
2) Has a man ever threatened you with physical harm because you did not want to have sex?
3) Have you ever felt pressured to have sex when you did not want to?
4) Have you ever had sex and later came to regret it?

If any of the questions were answered with a yes, then that was counted as a sexual assault.

Obviously questions 1 & 2 should be considered as an instance of sexual assault.

Questions 3 & 4 however are not even close to being sexual assault. Heck, question 3 includes a man begging for sex, giving gifts for sex... peer pressure could fall under question 3. Actually, I would have thought that 100% of college girls would have answered yes to number 3 – maybe the 15% who did not answer yes were really ugly and no guy wanted to have sex with them.

Question number 4 is a real gem. Half the drunken sorority girls who willingly have sex because they are horny and the alcohol temporarily lowered their inhibitions, later regret being an easy lay. Heck, I have slept with a homely chick, or two, and then regretted it after my sexual appetite was satisfied. Was I the victim of sexual assault?

The really sad part – feminists publish their distortions/lies and shop them to the news media. The news people do not question the technique/methodology used in the study, or the source of the statistics, or the definitions and assumptions. The news people just repeat the conclusions on the 6 o’clock news over and over again.
In conclusion – feminists have no qualms about distorting facts to the point of being a lie, and the media will take what feminists report at face value, regardless of how outrageous the claim seem to be. Whenever you hear something reported that claims harm to women, be skeptical and ask for more information.

John P

August 12, 2005  

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