r/cursedcomments Aug 17 '22 Silver 1 Wholesome 2 Helpful 1

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u/Radek_Volek Aug 17 '22

That’s fucking bizzare.

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u/raptog Aug 17 '22

A bizarre adventure indeed…

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u/Radek_Volek Aug 17 '22

So bizzare it’s actually interesting…

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u/LivingCheese292 Aug 17 '22

Does her name maybe start with a "Jo-"?

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u/Secondplaceforlife Aug 17 '22

Joe mama, next question

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u/AnonimZim Aug 17 '22

Ha! Gottem!!!

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u/HYixell Aug 18 '22

Jojoe's bizarre mama

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u/SunBunny11 Aug 18 '22

What the fuck is a parsnip

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u/Njon32 Aug 18 '22

A vegetable that resembles a white carrot, but that's not important now.

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u/Anand__ Aug 18 '22

It’s ALWAYS important

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u/BacoNaterr Aug 18 '22

That’s a bizarre fucking

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u/otirk Aug 17 '22 Silver

The man looks like he's considering to do it again

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u/Shas_Erra Aug 17 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome

“So anyway, I just started blasting”

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u/_Dr3DD Aug 17 '22

i hate you so much 💀

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u/Didiergaming10 Aug 17 '22

Didn't have wholesome but this'll do

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u/King_Crowley21 Aug 17 '22

I hate that I laughed out loud at this

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u/EekMeep2 Aug 17 '22

Take my upvote and get the hell out of here

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u/[deleted] Aug 17 '22

He's just adding to the story.

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u/nol757x Aug 17 '22

Security that second book deal.

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u/[deleted] Aug 17 '22

Yeah, my dude's just securing both their futures.

PS: I've heard their speech and it's just bullshit.

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u/Ktigertiger Aug 17 '22

Do you have a link or should I just Google “rape survivor and attacker speech”

This is just morbid curiosity fuelling me

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u/[deleted] Aug 17 '22

It was a ted talk. Just search survivor ted talk. It will keep your history clean :)

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u/PerkyBlue444 Aug 17 '22

Gotta get them sequels in somehow.

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u/OtisDriftwood88 Aug 17 '22

Hajahahahhahahahahahahaha WTF!!! and after pleading the jury we were telling the story in a more graphic way!

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u/dat_boiii627 Aug 17 '22

I thought it was a joke all these years... today finally saw this video...wtf

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u/sharpnoise Aug 17 '22

link?

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u/gamecity360 Aug 17 '22 Silver

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u/francorocco Aug 17 '22

ofc it has comments disabled

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u/TheBooker66 Aug 18 '22

but they do write in the description: "Note: Comments are disabled for this video because YouTube's comment moderation tools are not up to the task of maintaining a quality discourse here. You are welcome and invited to comment on the talk at TED.com https://go.ted.com/CycK.", which is pretty sick.

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u/deadly_jah_beam Aug 18 '22

Really just said "YouTube mods are fucking retarded, talk here instead"

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u/Arikaido777 Aug 18 '22

youtube has mods? this is youtube, moderated?

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u/Reffska Aug 18 '22

I might be blind, but where is the comment section on this website?

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u/redditjoe24 Aug 18 '22

Same I couldn’t find it either

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u/TheBooker66 Aug 18 '22

Haven't a clue, lol.

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u/siddharth_pillai Aug 18 '22

Oh wow that talk was way better than I imagined

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u/Mathies_ Aug 18 '22

"Iceland and Autralia are like this geographically. And right in the middle is South Africa" TF NO IT'S NOT! Sir you better have paid her plane ticket cuz 1. She's here because of your actions and 2. Yours was much cheaper.

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u/mors_videt Aug 17 '22

I've been assuming that she was too drunk to consent or something and he was negligent but not malicious, in which case, it's kind of big of him to do this even though he's still a rapist.

Is that right, or did he like attack her?

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u/retrollamabean Aug 17 '22

So I just watched it. He was in an exchange program and they were both drinking, he knew what he did was wrong but convinced himself it was just sex. He then finished his exchange program and they didn't speak for 10 years. She then wrote him a letter and they wrote letters back and forth for years until she decided she needed face to face closure. They then end up writing the book. In the end of the video she explains that she is not suggesting others who have went through this to do the same, but she decided she has a voice and she's trying to use that voice to help others for those who can't.

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u/radioface42 Aug 17 '22

"Hey, hope this letter finds you well. Can we please talk about that time you fucked me without my consent?"

A few years later... "So, this has been fun and interesting, let's write a book together about that time you fucked me without my consent. It'll make us rich!"

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u/[deleted] Aug 17 '22

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u/redditjoe24 Aug 18 '22

I understand the point you are trying to make, but in this instance, she was a lot more drunk than him, and he basically raped her without even asking for consent, he just started undressing her and she was too drunk to stop him.

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u/Knightmare945 Aug 18 '22

Because most people believe that women can’t rape a man.

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u/Mathies_ Aug 18 '22

In this case it's pretty clear because the girl was half-concious, bodily limb. In other cases, you're right it doesnt have to be.

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u/Sminide Aug 18 '22

Have you seen the video man? People wanted to help get her home, cause she was so drunk. She was barely there when he decided to rape her.

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u/victoriaa- Aug 17 '22

Drinking doesn’t give you the right to violate the body of another drunk person. You can still rape a drunk person while also drunk yourself. She was in and out of consciousness and he was sober enough to do the deed.

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u/[deleted] Aug 17 '22

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u/radioface42 Aug 17 '22

Now that I think of it, I remember when that Cardio B chick admitted she would drug, rape, and steal from men, there were tons of people, mostly women, saying things like, "if they fell for it, they deserved it" on social media. I saw comments like that on everything from Reddit, Facebook, and Twitter, and it was treated like it was a joke. Society is pretty fucked up when it comes to stuff like that.

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u/FijiPotato Aug 17 '22

There are a variety of factors but here are two.

First, the society factor of men often don't report rapes as they feel it's a sign of weakness to be taken by a woman. Many health services for rape victims often don't accommodate male victims and the societal stigma of being precieved as weaker is enough to keep some men silent

Secondly is sexism. Some men think women are inferior to men a day thus should be reduced to traditional roles like housewife and caretaker. Seeing women in power makes them upset and thus they rape in order to "get back" at them.

Another form of sexism is the feeling that sex is "owed" to men. Example being incels and their whole thing. And thus they rape to get "what's rightfully theirs."

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u/GlitterSock Aug 18 '22

Men rarely come forward and when they do they aren’t taken seriously

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u/victoriaa- Aug 17 '22

It’s not assumed. I believe the victims saying they were raped regardless of gender, it just so happens one gender rapes a hell of a lot more than the others.

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u/[deleted] Aug 17 '22

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u/victoriaa- Aug 18 '22

Women also underreport, rape is the most under reported violent crime and there are many untested rape kits from women. I personally know several women who didn’t report theirs including myself.

Yes some women are rapists yet most men that are raped are raped by men.

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u/Mudkipueye Aug 18 '22

She gave consent but was drunk, right? That means they are both equally at fault. Because he was also drunk.

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u/redditjoe24 Aug 18 '22

No from what I gathered in the video she did not consent. And she was intoxicated to the point of not being able to stop him, he was just a little drunk.

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u/hajviv Aug 18 '22

People upvoting should watch the video. No, she did not give consent. She was so drunk, she was in and out of consciousness and she needed ambulance, but the guy told the security guard he will take her home. He took her home and raped her.

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u/mogley1992 Aug 17 '22

Just to add to this. She didn't expect a reply to the letter, and if she got one she didn't think it would be anything good. But he surprised her by confessing to the whole thing.

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u/skaersSabody Aug 17 '22

Who'd have thought, 10 years pass and people mature

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u/mors_videt Aug 17 '22

they were both drinking

thanks very much for this information. I was very curious and I appreciate not having to watch it. that's pretty cool that she pursued this, it sounds like.

I definitely don't want to debate ethics at all, or minimize trauma, but do you know whether she had drank more, or was more intoxicated? or is the impression you got from the video that they were equally drunk but he was still aware that it was wrong?

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u/smurfalurfalurfalurf Aug 17 '22

It was a school dance, and she was shitfaced. He must have been less drunk since he convinced the dance chaperones that he would get her home safe

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u/mors_videt Aug 17 '22

oh shit, ok, so he did knowingly take advantage of her, thanks

i felt awkward about it, and yeah, that's malicious

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u/retrollamabean Aug 17 '22

She was drunk enough that they wanted to call emergency services, but he offered to take her home. From my understanding she was a lot more messed up than he was, but they were both drunk.

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u/mors_videt Aug 17 '22

That sounds so awful.

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u/cyka49 Aug 17 '22

i wonder if she only remembered about the other day or how did she find out? Because a lot of people end up not having memories of when they where shitfaced

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u/retrollamabean Aug 18 '22

She mentions that she had sobered up enough by the time it happened that her mind was working, but her body wasn't quite caught up yet. She mentions that she counted the seconds and after the rape, counting was the only comfort she had until she found herself writing the letter 10 years later.

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u/mors_videt Aug 18 '22

counting was the only comfort she had until she found herself writing the letter 10 years later

:( wow, no wonder she needed closure. good for her

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u/smurfalurfalurfalurf Aug 17 '22

Yes definitely malicious

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u/pepinodeplastico Aug 17 '22

It isn't a joke?

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u/Echo2500 Aug 17 '22 Wholesome

He looks like Ewan McGregor from Wish

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u/Donquixote_D0ffy Aug 17 '22

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These people are just down bad

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u/Spodger1 Aug 17 '22

The concept of rapist & rapee sounds like it would make a really good film plot if they had to team up for a more worthwhile purpose.

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u/NikITALIANO Aug 17 '22

Isn t It like the boys thing with Starlight an the Deep?

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u/XxRocky88xX Aug 17 '22

Except they’ve been at each other’s throats for the entirety of the series, it’s not like they’re friends.

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u/jejenb Aug 17 '22

one of them might have even been IN the other's throat

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u/NikITALIANO Aug 17 '22

Yeah but they had to work together

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u/XxRocky88xX Aug 17 '22

They had to work together one time, and it’s not like they teamed up for a worthwhile purpose, it was literally just “hey Starlight you go do some simple shit that’ll take 30 seconds and have Deep be present for PR reasons.”

Outside of that one instance back in like episode 2 they avoid each other as much as possible

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u/Pitchy_Boy Aug 17 '22

Porn plot 👍

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u/Chemical_Strawberry8 Aug 17 '22

Kinda like the boys when aqua man raped I forget her name.

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u/victoriaa- Aug 17 '22

Starlight! He is also deep not aqua man

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u/jonhockey09 Aug 17 '22 Helpful

Prob still pounding her

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u/Asshead420 Aug 17 '22

He was her bf…and it happened in bed..

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u/Chemical_Strawberry8 Aug 17 '22 edited Aug 18 '22

Makes sense. Clickbait title. It’s more like he didn’t listen during sex than he is a rapist. Same same but different.

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u/victoriaa- Aug 17 '22

That is rape. In this case he raped her while she was too intoxicated to stop it

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u/ezferns Aug 17 '22

That’s literally rape

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u/Chemical_Strawberry8 Aug 17 '22

Indeed it is. Do you guys even read? Stop trying to gaslight my argument into making it seem like I said he didn’t assault her. I’m was just saying the title was written to shock you implying that they didn’t know each other. Makes sense he would be there if it was between two people who knew each other well before hand.

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u/ezferns Aug 17 '22

I’d argue the fact that her trusted partner raped her is even worse psychologically than being stalked in the streets, so the title isn’t click bait at all

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u/Chemical_Strawberry8 Aug 17 '22

I’m not gonna get into that one, especially on Reddit 😅 but good rebuttal none the less.

(I didn’t downvote you btw)

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u/RobThatBin Aug 18 '22

How is it this hard for people to understand what you mean... even after reading the more detailed comments.

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u/[deleted] Aug 17 '22

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u/Chemical_Strawberry8 Aug 17 '22

I do and communication is key. That’s why people use safe words to begin with because it can turn into a bad situation pretty quickly if you are not in tune with your partner. Especially like in this case if you are both rowdy and drunk.

Then again my point was that he didn’t stalk her in the streets assault her, tear her clothes apart and then hold her down while sexually violating her. Which is what the title implies. They don’t mention that he was her bf.

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u/GimmeDemKnees Aug 17 '22

Yea no the only way i’d stand that close to my rapist voluntarily is if it was to beat him savagely with a spiky baseball bat

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u/PaleBlueCod Aug 18 '22

The mermaid way.

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u/Tropesn Aug 17 '22

It's fucking funny dude. Dark & moronic. But still funny

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u/[deleted] Aug 17 '22

The upper picture itself is cursed enough

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u/HollowCat95 Aug 17 '22 Wholesome

Very disturbing. I understand trying to help the victims but people who would rape someone are just trash and should not be out of jail. That level of lack of empathy and enjoyment in others suffering is inexcusable.

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u/hungrylostsoul Aug 17 '22

Sometimes people who are suffering make other people suffer because they can’t not process their own. Everyone can be redeem but I understand that doesn’t mean everyone should be redeemed.

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u/pug_meat Aug 17 '22

This is a really interesting thought that never occurred to me.

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u/lilgobbles Aug 17 '22

Everyone should be redeemed but that doesn’t mean everyone should get off the hook. Someone can redeem themselves while still being in prison.

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u/PlaceboPlauge091 Aug 17 '22

No they can’t; not in American prisons anyways. The only purpose of those is being paid to host slave labor…

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u/Royal_Bitch_Pudding Aug 17 '22

They were both drunk iirc

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u/Ian_from_Animarc Aug 17 '22

Some people can change, grow and become better if given a chance. Don’t just assume someone is a monster or trash just because of a mistake they made in the past.

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u/erossnaider Aug 17 '22

That's no mistake, those are choices not tripping over your feet, and many people lives can be ruined by that thing you call mistake and some would not be able to grow to better themselves after that

If they want to change, to grow and become better the first thing they would do it's admitting they are monsters to others, that they committed monstrosities against their victim, and the second step would be accepting the punishment they have earned, if they only change to escape their past actions they do not deserve redemption

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u/viablevox Aug 17 '22

Agreed and from the video it seems that each in their own way were attempting to escape the act of violence he committed against her—for nine years her life and personal relationships were devastated by self-recrimination while he repudiated his actions and was unable to grow as a person. It was only once they acknowledged his rape of her and came to understand one another’s experiences that were able to gain some some resolution or “peace”.

Towards the end she comments on the use of the labels “victims” and “rapists/monsters” when she says “how will we understand what it is in human societies that produces violence if we refuse to recognize the humanity of those who commit it?” I find it incredibly challenging to empathize with those who have committed violence, but the alternative is that we diminish the experience of or dehumanize others which only perpetuates the cycle of violence.

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u/electrorazor Aug 18 '22

Exactly, people who commit violence are people, and viewing them as simple evil monsters accomplishes very little.

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u/HollowCat95 Aug 17 '22

Sure but you have to draw a line somewhere, at some point you're doing more damage than good by giving people a chance and lessening the consequences. If something is seen as forgiveable, more people will be willing to try it. And I think rape should be over that line.

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u/Ian_from_Animarc Aug 17 '22

I know this is idealistic, but I feel like this should be done on a case-by-case basis. Which is what court is for. Saying all of rape is unforgivable is stupid.

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u/HollowCat95 Aug 17 '22

I don't know, we are entering psychological territory that is beyond me. The mindset behind it seems like it would require incredible amount of work to undo. The judicial case by case approach seems to be that people with rich parents get to do whatever.

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u/Ian_from_Animarc Aug 17 '22

You know what? You’re not wrong. That’s what makes it an ideal.

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u/SayFuzzyPickles42 Aug 17 '22

Do you know anybody who has been raped?

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u/erossnaider Aug 17 '22

Wich case of forcing someone in to sexual acts it's forgivable?

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u/Ian_from_Animarc Aug 17 '22

I think a situation in which both parties were drunk and thus unable to give consent is pretty forgivable. Maybe (and this is debatable) a situation in which the rape was due to an honest lack of communication instead of a blatant disregard for the other person.

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u/erossnaider Aug 17 '22

In the first case there are also exceptions, like this case were they were both drunk but the woman was practically unconscious and didn't even move an while the guy was going at it, something it's wrong there

You are not going to have sex with a person without asking them, you can't risk a lack of communication not just because for what it might fall on you but because you care enough about the other person with you to not knowing if they want to have what you are giving

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u/Ian_from_Animarc Aug 17 '22

Yeah, see, you’re smart. But not everyone is, and it’s not good to assume they are. The second case actually happens quite a bit, especially among teenagers.

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u/Grobadax Aug 17 '22

Maybe we should raise our expectations regarding what is behaving as an acceptable human being.

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u/VeeIsntCool Aug 17 '22

There is not a single situation where rape wasn’t out of the pure selfishness of the rapist. You can milk someone in self defense, you can steal because you’re poor, these acts are mostly wrong, but redeemable. But all the rapist gains is pleasure, there’s no dire circumstance or good reason for someone to rape. They ruin peoples lives just for moments of pleasure. That’s what makes it unforgivable

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u/Nipaa_Nipaa_Nii Aug 17 '22

Rapes not "Just a mistake" and people can put on an act to avoid responsibility for their actions. Fucking gross how your defending a literal rapist.

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u/Ian_from_Animarc Aug 17 '22

In my response to u/erossnaider, I brought up some situations in which it can be just a mistake. Don’t overgeneralize.

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u/Nipaa_Nipaa_Nii Aug 17 '22

I'm not overgeneralizing, there's no excuse for rape. In any situation. It's a calculated decision a person makes. There's no grey areas.

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u/Ian_from_Animarc Aug 17 '22

I would argue being drunk would automatically make something not calculated.

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u/victoriaa- Aug 17 '22

People can rape while drunk too

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u/Grobadax Aug 17 '22

If you're not even to overcome your libido while drunk, you should not drink. It's an aggravating circumstance.

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u/tseved Aug 17 '22

Just look up the story, it's pretty clearly in a grey area

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u/ylcard Aug 17 '22

Jails are supposed to be for rehabilitation, are they not?

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u/Nipaa_Nipaa_Nii Aug 17 '22

He shouldn't be on stage with the spotlight on him or anywhere near the person he raped, he should be in a dark cold cell.

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u/ultramatt1 Aug 17 '22

Really her decision to make and not yours

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u/Valerian_ Aug 17 '22

So you think people can never be punished enough for their crimes, and should be tortured for the entirety of their life?? You want to believe that humans can never change for the better?

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u/Schfifty561 Aug 17 '22 edited Aug 18 '22

I watched the Ted talk. They were dating when he rapes her. She recently discovered alcohol and drank way too much, he took her home and put her in her bed that should've been it and that would make him a really good person. But no, once he put her in bed he pulled off her pants and raped her while she was in and out of consciousness, she said it was extremely painful, she couldn't walk right for days. She didn't tell anyone, cause she said she would be blamed for it. Soon after he moved out of the country. They were dating and in love with eachother which is probably why they're able to speak together at all, alcohol and horniness is a bad combination, but you can't fucking do that, he put her through torture cause she knew what was happening but couldn't do anything about it, the pain she described awful. Idk how you could do that when she's in pain and wants you to stop, for whatever reason, his conscience was not with him that night.

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u/siddharth_pillai Aug 18 '22

See this is the problem. People are more focused on punishing the perpetrator instead of helping the victim. She found more peace and closure in having him take full responsibility and according to her she was then finally able to stop blaming herself.

At the end she even says that what they did is not what they are suggesting other people to do. And that no one has the right to tell someone how to process their pain, which is exactly what you are doing right now.

If he was just straight up sent to prison, neither of the two could have lived a normal life but because of this arrangement they were both closer to normal then before. Him going to prison wouldn't help him, her or the society. So congratulations on being able to make a case of rape all about YOU and what YOU think should happen.

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u/TurboBlueJosh Aug 17 '22

Can someone link it?

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u/Voldemorts_butt Aug 17 '22

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u/PKYourAverageJoe Aug 17 '22

Thank you, Voldemorts back entrance

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u/Voldemorts_butt Aug 17 '22

You're very welcome kind citizen

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u/CobraAlThoban Aug 17 '22

I expect your avatar to be an accurate representation Voldemort’s fecal exit.

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u/Voldemorts_butt Aug 17 '22

My face is now the booty hole

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u/godimwavy Aug 17 '22

I read the transcript- he was 18 and she was 16. They were in a “relationship” and one night he took her home after they’d been drinking - he took advantage of her and he broke up with her a few days later then finished his study abroad program and moved back home. He felt guilty years later and reached out to apologize; she felt bad as well during the whole ordeal as she felt that it wasn’t the rape of a stranger - it was her boyfriend and she blamed herself for dressing a certain way and drinking until he reached out. Yeah he’s a POS but he did ask for forgiveness

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u/dengueman Aug 17 '22

I just read the transcript and what you said is all correct except that she reached out to him first

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u/saundersmarcelo Aug 17 '22

The fact the guy in the second picture is reading a magazine called "White People" just makes it funnier

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u/CuriousOdity12345 Aug 17 '22

It's a skit from the Chapelle Show.

Sauce

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u/OutlanderAllDay1743 Aug 17 '22

🤣🤣🤣 I didn’t even see that at first- just read the caption. It’s true though.

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u/spicytacos23 Aug 18 '22

C'mon Sarah, add something. I always have to do everything myself.

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u/Guy_Incognito28 Aug 17 '22

“So anyway it happened a little like this…”

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u/berylquartz Aug 17 '22

to my knowledge this story is about how he’s changed??? and she wants to show that to the world and talk about how forgiveness is healing??? i may be thinking of the wrong folks here

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u/Shamesocks Aug 17 '22

Holy fuck.. the whole thing is just mental…

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u/berylquartz Aug 17 '22

yeah I remember reading about it in my Gendered Violence class my senior year and going “😃 what the fuck”. I just could never understand her healing process. Like I respect it but it’s just… mind boggling you know?

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u/BigEpicNSFW Aug 17 '22

I feel like a lot of people here didn't watch the ted talk they did together or read their book

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u/3XX5D Aug 18 '22

or they did but missed the point

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u/Shunks_ Aug 17 '22

It's like meeting your killer in heaven

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u/AccomplishedRound830 Aug 18 '22

Thats when things got out of control. She didn't want to... He had his way... The moral of the date rape story, it does not pay to be drunk and horny.

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u/ImATrashBasket Aug 18 '22

click clunk You hear that? Thats the sound of a shell racking, the correct response

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u/Switzerland_Alt Aug 18 '22

Ain't no way

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u/Ok_Instance_1849 Aug 18 '22

This is so sick why would they even do that?

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u/[deleted] Aug 17 '22

She's now a mod on r/rapefantasies

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u/thepianoguy2019 Aug 18 '22

Why the actual fuck does this even exist

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u/SirRumpleForeskin Aug 18 '22

Not to say it isn’t wrong or shouldn’t be called rape, but just for context this guy didn’t violently assault her. If I remember correctly they had gone home together and either alcohol or a lack of consent or a mixture of both were involved.

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u/toastyshibe Aug 18 '22

Bro that's still fucking rape wth is wrong with reddit

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u/AdMiddle338 Aug 18 '22

Truly the most ambitious cross over event in cinematic history

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u/YoungSisyphus Aug 17 '22

Yo maybe get off Reddit and read South of Forgiveness before you talk about something you care nothing to understand.

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u/Dangerous_Ad_3698 Aug 17 '22

Btw this video is complete horseshit

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u/cosmothepug Aug 17 '22

When the hero and villain team up

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u/SaucyDragon04 Aug 17 '22

Its pretty cursed

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u/elonmusksnewvictim Aug 17 '22

"and imma fucking do it again"- Goofy

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u/ColdHands-ColdHeart Aug 17 '22

JFC, what in the absolute shit did I just watch?

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u/RanmaFull Aug 18 '22

Me: unzips. Press play

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u/DivorcedByShootgun Aug 17 '22

"Rape survivor"? Can you be raped to death without going from rape victim to murder victim?

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u/SaltoDaKid Aug 17 '22

If you didn’t know, a big percentage of rape victim are murdered because the man knows it’s a crime doesn’t want get caught. Also many rape victims kill themselves in the aftermath, it’s one main lead cause death in prison. Why they say rape survivor, cause those who are raped usually don’t live long afterwards statically.

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u/DivorcedByShootgun Aug 17 '22

Hmm, yeah that makes sense!

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u/artvandelay-__- Aug 17 '22

Even a rapist has a gf, am I worse than a rapist then? Sigh

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u/HiddenKittyLady Aug 17 '22

Rape is my biggest fear. This is just a NO

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u/captainkorin Aug 17 '22

Wait survivor? Do people die during rape? Im even more concerned now

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u/Winnimae Aug 17 '22

Some do, some take their own lives after, but mainly it is an alternative to calling them “victims,” focusing on their own power in getting thru and past the experience rather than focusing on what was done to them.

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u/captainkorin Aug 17 '22

Oh that's nice thanks for the explanation

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u/victoriaa- Aug 17 '22

Many women are also murdered after being raped as well.