Who’s Going to Teach Women Not to Rape

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With all the publicity about “one in five women raped on college campuses” you’d think that there’s something in the water that’s driving men over the edge.  Well, it turns out that’s not the case.  There may be something in the water, but it’s not men drinking from that tidal pool.

First of all, let us note that the “one in five” statistic is bogus.  According to the FBI it’s more like 59 in 100,000.  That’s still 59 too many, but, as usual, reality doesn’t fit the liberal and feminist storyline, so they make up their own numbers.

Back to our story.  If you follow the headlines you’ll find that the rape stories getting all the ink are women, primarily teachers, who are doing the raping.  They’re raping underage boys.  Today’s story is about a mom, who is not a teacher, who hooked up with her daughter’s ex-boyfriend.  For several months.


There are a number of things that are disturbing about these stories.  The first, and most obvious, is the disparity in sentencing when women are found guilty of sexual assault on a minor boy vs a man who assaults a minor girl.  Women typically get probation or a very short sentence while men never see the light of day again.  Let’s be clear, we have no issues with sexual predators going to prison forever.  We do have an issue with sexual predators who are women not being treated equally.  Equality!! after all.

The second issue we’ve got with cases like this are some of the commenters who troll these new articles.

You get the idea.

We’re not sure who’s sicker, the rapists or their enablers.

At any rate, this particular “mom” is out on bail and we’re sure her lawyer is working overtime to cut her a deal.  At least she’ll likely have to register as a sex offender, not that registration will slow her down.  The only thing that slows down sex offenders is age.  Which is why they should be locked up until they don’t care anymore.

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