absolutely no desire to insult the writer. her own personal trauma is poorly masked in this article. but this kind of viewpoint only perpetuates simplistic binarisms (women good<->men bad , compare orwell four legs good two legs bad) which only serve to perpetuate things like rape. i understand that when a victim consciousness is always impressed on one, sometimes forcibly, one often adopts it. but does she understand that when a victimizer consciousness is impressed on one, sometimes subtly (such as in her article), one often adopts it, too?? finally, does she think that all women tell the truth while all men lie? and where in this story are the facts she's talking about? as a matter of a fact, the hospital report on the victim found absolutely no evidence of forced sex (which is usually pretty clear).
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