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  • unheard
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    There have been other people who have been disruptive on a plane and they have been severely punished because of concerns about terrorism - why not in this case?

    Also, I do not hear the feminazis protesting about the victim who was traumatised for life - I guess it's only traumatic when a man does it.

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  • Iggy
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    Traumatized for 'the rest of her life'. Um... aside from the fact that women on women sexual assault is way more common than mainstream will ever admit... the idea that you can never recover emotionally from being groped is entirely unhealthy and more damaging than the actual event.

    A lifetime of victimhood narrative is a terrible curse to bear. Nobody should be encouraging a victim to wallow in their victimhood for life.

    Also, wouldn't a stiff slap to the face of the abuser have ended it... or standing up and getting help? Women do not need to sit there and politely take the abuse... particularly not from another women.

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  • mr_e
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    Originally posted by Manalysis View Post
    Nah. The 'victim' was also female. Had it been a man, _he_ would have been arrested, either for rejecting her, or for not rejecting her.

    I mean, she was clearly unable to consent to committing the felony she committed, right?

    M

    Yes, you're right. He would have undoubtedly victim-raped her.

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  • Manalysis
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    Originally posted by mr_e View Post
    I'll bet that the reason she did is because she pissed somebody else off along the way.
    Nah. The 'victim' was also female. Had it been a man, _he_ would have been arrested, either for rejecting her, or for not rejecting her.

    I mean, she was clearly unable to consent to committing the felony she committed, right?

    M

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  • mr_e
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    Originally posted by Oldhat View Post
    http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2017/0...probation.html

    Probation? I think a man would have gotten the electric chair -

    How was this not sexual assault? (maybe they allowed her to plead to a lesser charge?)

    Can't handle her booze and assaults people when she does drink?
    And your not seeing a problem here?
    Guy need red pill shoved down his throat
    I agree with you. However, we should at least be happy for the fact that she *did* get something. However, I'll bet that the reason she did is because she pissed somebody else off along the way.

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  • In-flight groping aboard Alaska Airlines lands Oregon woman probation

    http://www.foxnews.com/travel/2017/0...probation.html

    Probation? I think a man would have gotten the electric chair -

    How was this not sexual assault? (maybe they allowed her to plead to a lesser charge?)

    Her fiancé told jail officers after the plane incident that McKinney
    does not metabolize alcohol like most people and “this is what happens,” records show.
    Can't handle her booze and assaults people when she does drink?
    And your not seeing a problem here?
    Guy need red pill shoved down his throat
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