The Unyielding Intrusion of Male Violence

On September 21, 2003, an unidentified Man broke into the home of a 53-year-old Woman in Salisbury, Maryland. The Man, wearing a scarf over his face and a hat pulled over his head, entered her bedroom and ordered her not to look at him.  He reinforced his order with the gun he carried. The Man disguised his appearance so that this Woman could not identify him.  While holding the gun to her head, the Man raped the Woman.

The Man, who so very much did not want to be identified, who so very much wanted to “get away with” raping this Woman, left his sperm inside of her.

I Am A Rapist.

I Am A Rapist.

On September 21, 2003, this Man, who we now know is Alonso King, subjected a Woman to a gross, vile, painful, disgusting intrusion. A strange Man, unknown to the Woman, broke into her home and, against her will and wishes, forcibly, roughly, and repeatedly inserted his penis into her vagina while he held a gun to her head.

This is what rape is. And we can do nothing to make that rape unhappen to this Woman. She will live with what Alonso King did to her for the rest of her life, as do all Women who have been raped by Men. Continue reading

The Shame Is Yours

The Manchurian Rapist

If you believe that Men are biologically destined to be rapists, you believe in “biological determinism.”

As radical feminism is predicated on the idea that all roles played by/forced on Males and Females are socially constructed, radical feminism by definition rejects biological determinism.

Let’s assume, for the sake of this discussion, that Men are not biologically destined to rape Women. As it turns out, I also believe that. There are radical feminists who disagree with me. They are entitled to their opinion, and I support their right to have an opinion. And, in any case, having an opinion one way or the other also does not suggest genocidal solutions to the “Problem.”

Women have a right to talk about the causes of Male Violence and ways to eradicate Male Violence without being harassed by Men’s Rights Activists.

So, that’s out of the way. Now, if Men are not biologically destined or programmed to rape, Men rape for Some Other Reason(s). Continue reading