Why rape is not like property theft

More from Rocket Science:
When you carefully tuck your high-value portable property under the passenger seat (just kidding, smash-and-grabbers! That's definitely not where my iPad is!), it's because you don't want potential thieves to know it's there.  But draping your vagina in a floor-length modesty frock is unlikely to persuade anyone that don't have one, and therefore might not be worth violating.
Other dissimilarities at the link.


Ymar Sakar said...

Opportunity, capability, and desire. Without any part of that triangle, crime cannot happen.

Grim said...

You're wrong, Ymar. These days, you can commit a crime without desire or even knowledge. Not usually an assault, of course.

Ymar Sakar said...

I'm referring to crimes against humanity. Not crimes against one's political enemies.

Let's have a little bit more context and atmosphere reading here.

Grim said...

I can't tell you how sorry I am to have disappointed you with my reading of your comments.

Ymar Sakar said...

I'm not sure what comment you think you're reading. Just because you want to read my comment doesn't mean you know what I meant. A distinct difference a psychologist or philosopher should be able to decipher.

If you don't think desire is needed to fulfill the crime against humanity of rape, then say so. It's not like you'll be ignored. I'm not going pretend to somehow know you're wrong because of "implications". It's not worth bothering about. If you want to say it, say it. If you don't, go your own way.

I'll help you out. "Ymar's wrong on crimes of humanity because they need...." what do they need again, Grim?

As for crimes the Democrat party made about humans and milk containers... well, that's something for Democrats to fix, isn't it.

Ymar Sakar said...

Still nothing. Checking back another day.

Here comes the runner that demands answers to questions. Meanwhile, American Civil War was too "bloody" for some people to consider and prepare against.

What's crimes in the face of all that, fake or real.

Ymar Sakar said...

Hi, checking in again on a new day. I don't read every comment thread every day. But I do pay attention when someone decides to start a (useless) argument and debate on a topic I feel interest in.

Finish what ja started. It's not like I came here and talked about how you were wrong about slicing up wood into 3 pieces, now did it.

Ya want people to answer your questions on time... and you got those answers. And you want people to be wrong, well I'm here for you to wrong.

Finish what ja started. Assuming there is anyone here that can.