Rape Culture Meets Race Pimps

Rape Culture Meets Race Pimps

This is a really terrible story of ignorance and hate, but I still find it funny in a way. The media has been drumming up hysteria about rape in India for a long time now. For over two years¬†I keep seeing stories in my Google News feed about public demonstrations against rape in India, as if rape required some kind of public policy¬†shift.¬†It’s the all too familiar rape culture myth, and India has gone full bore feminazi¬†psychopath with it.

Forget the fact that India actually has one of the lowest rates of rape per capita of any country in the world. Forget the fact that rape is punishable by death in India. There’s a handful of fanatics out there who want to make you believe that it’s just considered normal and socially acceptable to drag a woman behind a dumpster and brutally fuck the shit out of her while she screams for help. That ridiculous notion has led to a trend of false rape allegations in India, to the point where it has become¬†“a fashion to create sensation by charging someone for rape and molestation“. Women commonly use false rape allegations to coerce men into marriages and other disadvantageous situations.

Rape Culture Meets Race Pimps
Rape Culture Meets Race Pimps

Recently, a “documentary” was released titled “India’s Daughter”¬†furthering these hysterical notions. It caught my eye as it was trending on Twitter, and I managed to watch about half of it. Offered as proof of India’s rape culture, they interviewed a convicted rapist and murderer, who was in prison facing a death by hanging sentence. He said, among other things, that a girl who would be out at night was asking to be raped, because a good girl would not be out that late. That was about all I could stand to watch, because I don’t think you take your culture climate test from a convicted murderer in prison cell.¬†If the BBC had gone out and interviewed men on the street and asked them how they felt about rape and they said “Oh yeah, rape is all the rage here in India, we love rape” I’d say you have a problem. But getting murderers and rapists to rationalize their behavior after the society has deemed fit to tie a rope around his neck and pull a trap door out from under him, doesn’t seem like a good way to judge a culture.

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