A fat assed bitch!
I take his point that people make dumb decisions regarding sex when alcohol is concerned, however regretting sex and withdrawing consent after a drunken encounter isn't as straightforward as he suggests. For example two drunk people deciding to get it on is just that, one sober person taking advantage of a drunk person is an abuse of power and a dick move. A slightly intoxicated person can probably consent, a heavily intoxicated person not so much. It's not black and white but I guess most people would chalk it up to experience and move on.
The thing is, what I'm seeing hitting the headlines the most, is the weaponization of MeToo and trial by social media. These are the things I'm upset about because peoples' lives are being ruined based on hearsay and not legal proceedings and police reports. We'd be foolish if we didn't acknowledge that there are women who do manipulate men and then twist the situation if they don't get their way because the man doesn't fall for their act.
I think in general metoo was less about women getting justice and more about women finally having the voice and the courage to say "that also happened to me".
I still don't understand why metoo created so much hostility in some men.
they created the demand of "Believe All Women." It was ridiculous, that's what people had issue with.
Or how SJWs claim regret sex is rape, or if both parties are drunk and consent it means the man raped the woman.
I think victims of sexual assault must be believed in the first instance, it's the only way to proceed with an investigation. Do you want to return to a time when women are blamed for their rape or they never report for fear of being disbelieved?Imagine, if you can, yourself in a situation where you have been raped and when you report it you're met with the attitude that you're an unreliable witness because some other people have lied about rape so everyone must be a liar.
Is that really a thing though? Have their been cases where a woman claiming regret sex as rape has resulted in a conviction?
As I said in a previous post there's a difference between a sober person who takes advantage of a highly intoxicated person and two drunk people having sex.
I think victims of sexual assault must be believed in the first instance