Monday, March 14, 2011

Today, I'm talkin about....

Does a girl who is wearing provocative clothes deserve men to grope her or worse? 

I wonder why it is that I and a lot of my girlfriends have stories of boys who wouldn't stop when we said no? Does this mean our bodies are for men to do with whatever they want? 

I thought the story about the young girl in California, last year, being gang-raped while people stood by and watched, was the worst thing I'd ever heard. Until a couple of weeks ago, when the story of 18 men "allegedly" raped an 11 yr.old. But according to the men, they thought she was older. So, it's okay for 18 men to gang-rape a woman who is older?

Our world is getting awful in morals and values. I can't imagine the damage, physically and mentally, this girl is going through now and probably for the rest of her life. 

I'm so disgusted that I just needed to write this frustration out. My disgust that these men thought that because she was dressed like a ho, gave them permission to ravage her body and soul. Even if she were a ho, a 21 year-old paid ho, it is never okay for a group of men to have sex with her, AGAINST HER PERMISSION. 

No, means, freakin NO! You nasty mutha (shut my mouth)!

1 comment:

  1. I'm so with you on this, Maria! Boy don't get me started. There are those who believe women should just shut up and do as they're told. There are those who don't want women to think for themselves. And there are men who believe women are a toy for them to use and abuse as they see fit. There are recent attacks on women in the legislature including a GA bill to redefine rape "victims" as rape "accusers" instead, as if a rape is the woman's fault. There is still rampant sex slave trades, even here in the US, but you never hear about it. And shows such as Chris Hansen's "To catch a predator" just show how rampant this type of thinking is. It is shameful. - Nancy