How to get upvotes on The Spearhead: Violent rape fantasy edition
Let me just preface it with a big TRIGGER WARNING for its violent rape fantasy.
Ten upvotes. No downvotes.
I guess that’s technically a rape metaphor, but it’s the most graphic rape metaphor I’ve run across in a long time.
If you ever find yourself wondering why the so-called Men’s Rights movement has never done, as far as I can tell, a single fucking thing for male victims of rape — other than rant about it online in an attempt to one-up feminists — I think this comment suggests one highly plausible explanation: because many if not most MRAs don’t actually feel empathy for the vast majority of male rape victims, who are, after all, men in prison raped by other men. They see rape as an appropriate punishment for men they don’t like, and many actually relish the thought of certain men being raped.
I mean, it goes without saying that MRAs generally have little or no empathy for women who are raped, and indulge in rape jokes about women all the fucking time, but you’d think they’d do a better job of at least pretending to care about raped men.
If you’re interested in an organization that actually does care about victims of rape and other forms of sexual abuse in prison — regardless of the gender of the victim — you may want to check out Just Detention International.
Posted on February 16, 2014, in a voice for men, antifeminism, are these guys 12 years old?, empathy deficit, excusing abuse, homophobia, men who should not ever be with women ever, misogyny, MRA, not-quite-explicit threats, prison rape, rape, rape culture, rape jokes, the spearhead and tagged anti-feminism, antifeminism, male rape victims, men's rights, misogyny, MRA, prison rape, rape, rape culture, rape jokes. Bookmark the permalink. 149 Comments.