I think those women need guns.
I wanted to say more, but I won't.
Nobody deserves to be raped.
That means nobody deserves to be raped.
If anybody didn't understand what that means, it means nobody deserves to be raped.
Oh, and for the record, no means no. It doesn't mean yes. It doesn't mean maybe. It doesn't mean come and get it. It means NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Some argue that some women mean yes. Well, assume she means no.
I agree, they do need guns but again, they're in fucking NYC!! You do realize it's about 100% impossible to get a carry permit in NYC don't you???
Note: This will not change my mind about women not deserving to be raped.
Okay, I'll admit that I let my emotions get the best of me and I speak before I get all the details. For that, I'm wrong. Really really wrong. It doesn't excuse some of the things people have been saying though. It's not okay to hurt people. The end.
I thought you were comparing the protesters to rapists because you disagreed with them.
I do agree that it's not smart to camp out in NYC. Protests are fine. I would never camp out. I'm wondering how they can keep their jobs or if they actually quit their jobs for this junk.
I'm not familiar with NYC and gun permits. If it's that hard, then maybe there should be an "Occupy City Hall." lol.
That is why they are attracted to the place. That is why these "protests" are a joke.
It's incomprehensible, and my sympathy is minimized, at the very least. It's one of the most contemptible things I've ever seen modern leftism engaged in.
No one should deliberately or without thought put themselves into a dangerous situation. In my sales career, I often was in a potentially dangerous situation. But unlike many liberals, I was cautious and stayed safe.
Singing kumbaya in a group of rapists and scumbags is irresponsible and silly. It doesn't say much about the quality of those protestors. Really it's best to read more carefully remarks made by others before you pop off with an answer.
Of course SR doesn't think it's right to rape women. :rolleyes: