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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by paste, Nov 28, 2011.
BBC News - Zimbabwe women accused of raping men 'for rituals'
wow. just wow
I've heard it said that it used to be thought that a woman couldn't rape a man, because he wouldn't "respond" if unwilling - but that's since been disproven. But this story does seem fishy. I'm trying to figure out what splashing water in the alleged victim's face has to do with anything, or how they injected him with Viagra or whatever it was against his will - he doesn't claim they physically restrained him, or threatened him, to make him sit still.
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"When they had finished they left me in the bush totally naked."
Considering the product they're supposedly trying to harvest, I guess I just don't understand why they would have to take it forcibly.
This is Zimbabwe we're talking about; obviously, the women used witchcraft.
I just read the guy's wife left him after he told her...that's jacked up man
pfft....like that's ever stopped anyone
Afaik there has been one single conviction of a woman raping a man in my country. The law here does recognize women raping men, as opposed to Zimbabwe
wow what a shame. all 3 women charged acquited due to lack of "evidence"
Three chicks at the same time? What a lucky dog.
A picture of the said chicks might just change your perspective
+1 Yeah! I'm sure that they were not not "Playboy Bunnies"!
And what if he was forced to do oral? Under the treat of being murdered?
Nobody should ever rape or force anyone to do anything.
You mean as opposed to asked politely?
Yeah wow. But this happens more then people think and even in the US. Generally speaking, women are not always the victims.
Rape jokes are a 5 year ban from TB .
Just a suggestion.
Is this by chance in response to what I replied with? If so what I said was not a joke or wrote in or meant to be read in a joking manner. What I wrote is actually true.
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