Some rather clever boys have invented a nail polish that will change color in the presence of rape drugs. [I refuse to call them “date rape” drugs. Drugging someone so you can have sex with them is just plain rape. “Date rape” is apparently a term used when a woman consents to sex with a guy, and then some days or weeks later changes her mind when he doesn’t call.] It’s intended to protect women against sexual assault.
Good idea, right? You would think woman would embrace this form of protection.
Women, yes. Feminists, no. In fact, feminists are even more angry than their resting state of angry over this invention.
“I don’t want to f[***]ing test my drink when I’m at the bar,” said Rebecca Nagle, one of the co-directors of an activist group called FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture. “That’s not the world I want to live in.”
Ah. So you see, all their “rape culture” rhetoric isn’t about preventing rape, it’s about “changing the world.”
Specifically, it’s about changing the world so that men have no power or status in it. (What did you think they meant by “Smash the Patriarchy?”) “Rape Culture” is just the latest cudgel. “Do you oppose the radical agenda of the feminist left? Well, you obviously support Rape Culture!”) Imagine how the Duke lacrosse case would have worked out if the feminists had had their way?
To a militant feminist “rapist” is just a synonym for “man.”
Discuss this incendiary opinion.