I have published this post five times before, but there is never a wrong time to post it again.
First posted September 1st 2015
Sometimes I get serious
It seems an ageing female rock star recently suggested in an interview with one of our sad excuses for a serious newspaper that women/girls who dress provocatively should expect to be molested – or worse – by men.
I can only believe she was misquoted – I haven’t read the article so I will give her the benefit of the doubt.
But let me be quite clear.
What a woman or girl wears is entirely her business. It can be sexy and revealing. It can be wild and kinky, It can be ‘slutty’ and sultry. It doesn’t matter. It is entirely her choice. It is her choice to make without fear of harassment, without threat of misogyny, without the danger of some sad prick believing it justifies any attention at all beyond silent admiration.
How a woman acts is equally up to her. If she wants to be a vamp. a princess, a tease, or a kitten she can. If she wants to get, drunk, stoned, utterly out of her mind it isn’t a cry for some mindless moron to take advantage of her, or see it as a come-on, or as an excuse to say she has got it coming to her.
So if you are a man who has so little control of himself that he thinks every scantily clad girl acting outrageously gives him the right to force himself on her, then I would suggest chemical castration is probably too good for you.
And if you are a woman who looks down your nose at someone of your own sex who exercises the freedom to be herself, or thinks that girls bring it on themselves, then all you are doing is colluding with the apes.
In a case of rape (or sexual assault) the woman or girl is never, ever at fault. Even if she changes her mind at the very last minute, that is her prerogative, her choice, her right. If a man ‘cannot stop himself’ then he is no more than an animal and deserves to be treated like one.
There is never, repeat never, any justification for rape or any form of harassment, nor can any action by a woman ever be considered as incitement.
At some point I shall give my perspective on those who bleat and argue that ‘immodesty among women is against our religion, or is not part of our culture’. Attacking that misogynist, hypocritical, bullying shit deserves a whole post to itself.
© the author writing as Romantic Dominant
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