Feminists have spent the last forty years convincing men thatn “no means no”.
So far so good.
They’ve spent a chunk of the last fifteen convincing first universities, then courts, that a “no”, even one applied retroactively and contradictorily, hours or days or months after the fact, really meant “no” even if it was an explicit “Yes” in the first place.
Feminist dogma has it than men are stupid – but some have developed a sense of self-preservation, and are starting to get affirmative consent on video immediately before, er, doing something that needs consent.
And, predictdably, feminists are bunged about that, too:
[Feminists] are not pleased with the idea of consent videos and their “problematic” ramifications.
In the case with [a woman complaining about the videos, idiot Brit feminist writer Rachel King] complains that the “implication” of a consent video “is that those in a position of power are the ones who need protection, and that’s just not true.”
I try to be polite. I really do. And I try to treat people they way I’d like to be treated.
Which is how I rationalize the following – because if I were being a complete dumbass like Rachel King, I’d hope someone pointed it out to me.
Rachel. Dumbass. Men don’t have the power. When a woman has the ability to ruin a man’s life over a false, flighty or stretchy accusation, the idea of “male power” is as quaint as an episode of “Leave It To Beaver”.
King, who mocked that “it’s apparently ‘a scary time for young men,'”
(Love the patrohization, Rachel. Also – eat s**t and die a painful death)
also emphasized that false accusations just don’t happen,
Duke. Virginia Tech. Every f****ng word out of Lena Dunham’s mouth.
pointing to a popularized hashtag on Twitter as evidence. “In reality, the vitriol that victims of rape and sexual assault are subject to is enough to put anyone off making a false report. If you don’t believe me, check out the #WhyIDidntReport tag on Twitter,” she wrote.
I’m done playing nice with these morons.