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on male rape: it's real

For a couple of years in the early 2000s, I worked as a rape crisis counselor/medical advocate in the Western suburbs of Chicago. This involved going to hospitals when rape victims (or survivors, depending on your preferred terminology) came in and reported having been assaulted. 47 more words

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Male rape victim shaming - Channel 4's Peep Show

I must admit, I’m a massive fan of Peep Show. As well as owning the boxset, a poster and the script book, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and having a conversation with David Mitchell himself. 868 more words

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FBI Clarifies Definition Of Rape

In 2011, the FBI approved a new definition of rape which was effective beginning in January 2013. Here it is:

Penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without the consent of the victim.

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CDC caught in a lie

Alison Tieman (typhonblue) of AVfM has made a video using puzzle pieces to illustrate how CDC categorize made to penetrate as not rape.

About halfway through the video there is an interview where Hannah Wallen (also of AVfM I believe) is talking on the phone with a person from the CDC on their decision to categorize made to penetrate as something else than rape in their NISVS 2010 Report. 220 more words

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Why Rape Is Seriously Hilarious

I’ve met and heard of several men who at some point have been sexually violated when they didn’t or couldn’t consent. Many of those who tells their story have done so in a bragging way: “ 65 more words

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When Double Standards Strike

About half of men in Highschool and College admit to having unwanted sexual contact, 95% of the time by a female. 18% of men say that women have used physical force to force them to have sex against their will. 135 more words

The Video You Need To Watch Right Now: "Why Rape Is Sincerely Hilarious"

If you do nothing else today, watch this video:

As difficult as it may be, you need to make it past the first 15 seconds to understand the video. 754 more words