Sexual Abuse: Only Half of the Story is Told?!

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We are currently immersed in a frenzy of searching for those evil men who abuse the rights of women in the sexual arena.  We now find that even the accusations of women against some person are sufficient to get that person fired or to stand against shriek wails and vile threats that he should ‘step down’ or resign and other.  Both political parties are deep into this theme, except for Democrats that will excuse the likes of Clinton, The Kennedy Klan, Menendez, Franken and John Conyers. This is identity politics of the old stale age.

 

But, let us think about how the system works and note that a lot of women offer gratuitous sex to gain entry into lucrative jobs, get screen tests for the movie industry and more. Are we to believe that the ladies are mere innocents and not to be blamed for encounters that may have been consensual in the beginning but the female victim might have turned this into a political vector by restating the essential facts of the tryst. Keeping silent for four decades seems to only add charm and character to the accusations.

 

How many of us male persons have been unilaterally  invited to partake in some romantic rendezvous for a fee, or more frequently, free of charge? Are short skirts and plunging neck lines an invitation to something?

 

It appears that we have only opened about one half of Pandora’s Jar [not box] and many more attributes and social attitudes may remain there to be buried therein for more time or forever, mostly for political reasons.

Comments

Jeff Michka Added Nov 27, 2017 - 3:20pm
Slyck ryck the Barry Goldwater Republican sez: except for Democrats that will excuse the likes of Clinton, The Kennedy Klan, Menendez, Franken and John Conyers.-So far Ds are the only ones accepting responsibility for what they did.  The R's "Pedophile in chief from Alabama" is in the river over all this.  You know, Denial.
Thomas Sutrina Added Nov 27, 2017 - 3:22pm
Carly Fioreno was interviewed 11/26/2017 by Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday.  As a women working in mostly a man's world starting our as a secretary she has a very complete understanding of sexual harassment and bias in the work place including government.  The recent people that have surfaced in both areas suggest little difference.  I hope that everyone take the few minutes to hear her.  She presents a sensible way of not repeating.  We have in government examples from many generations.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sX94BsGwlMI
rycK the JFK Democrat Added Nov 27, 2017 - 3:25pm
Jeff, 
 
As always posting nasty grams of meaningless content laced with spite and latent anger. 
 
The Alabama race is no different from that of Franken or other leftists. The R is asked to step down and utter numerous mea culpas where different rules apply to the Dems. 
 
rycK, el DINO! [a Democrat in name only!?]
rycK the JFK Democrat Added Nov 27, 2017 - 3:38pm
Thomas:
 
" I hope that everyone take the few minutes to hear her."
 
I watched her presentation and have to agree that her survey of the conduct of men shows they are ofttimes unsatisfactory.
 
 
My query here is that I had some 'come hither' gestures and other similar attempts in my time from the ladies who wanted something and have had to listen to folk in my research group of many other incidents. I worked in a very large chemical company and saw a lot of this. 
 
But, in one instance one male member of my group just kissed his fiance on the cheek as she was leaving the parking lot and this incident was turned in as a complaint about sexual harassment by those who might be standing by. The action was described as 'intolerable' and creating a 'hostile working environment.'
 
This is hostile and toxic feminism in full bloom. 
 
So, as my preamble above suggests: have we looked at both sides of the problem? Looked fairly without prejudice or political slants?
 
NO, methinks. 
Dino Manalis Added Nov 27, 2017 - 4:53pm
That's why men have to be careful and respectful always and don't fool around with women, because she may come back with a vengeance!  You need to ask about her feelings first before sexual activity.  Sexual harassment is nothing new, what's new is women are willing to condemn it without fear or embarrassment, it's positive, I don't see an end to it.  That's why don't rush, be careful!
rycK the JFK Democrat Added Nov 27, 2017 - 6:29pm
Dino,
 
That's why men have to be careful and respectful always and don't fool around with women, because she may come back with a vengeance!
 
Agreed, with the additional notion I must put forth that the system allows traps to be set for men with no level equivalent for the ladies. 
 
It is perfectly acceptable that women are 'willing to condemn it without fear or embarrassment' but where are the reverse cases?
 
Are we to believe that only the men are at fault here?
 
That does not follow in my experience. 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 27, 2017 - 7:24pm
@Ryck. "It appears that we have only opened about one half of Pandora’s Jar [not box] and many more attributes and social attitudes may remain there to be buried therein for more time or forever, mostly for political reasons."
 
Interesting post that mirrors my latest. I , however, was not reticent to use the term "box."
 
 
Spartacus Added Nov 27, 2017 - 7:51pm
Welcome to a valueless society.  Welcome to a "progressive" culture.
 
Everyone is an opportunist and power easily corrupted.  Without values, nothing to hold people from native-born lust and greed.  There is no respect for each other nor any respect for history.
 
The American culture is in free-fall where its leaders had once sold their morals and values long ago to get one leg ahead.
Jeff Michka Added Nov 27, 2017 - 8:30pm
Dino M sez: That's why don't rush, be careful!-Well for a large percentage of WB males, their Johnson does all their thinking and talking for them.  Maybe they should have married a bit better, then some of this would be a non-issue.
Shane Laing Added Nov 28, 2017 - 4:24am
Jeff I don't think it just applies to WB males, its more a case of most men all over the world. If you are approached by a hot young thing many men would be sorely tempted.
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 28, 2017 - 8:15am
@ryck. "That's why men have to be careful and respectful always and don't fool around with women, because she may come back with a vengeance!"
 
Are you talking about a nice Christian wife whom a husband divorced for a hottie?
rycK the JFK Democrat Added Nov 28, 2017 - 11:29am
Dr Green'
 
"Interesting post that mirrors my latest. I , however, was not reticent to use the term "box.""
 
The jar was mistranslated from the original Greek. The word actually means jar. 
rycK the JFK Democrat Added Nov 28, 2017 - 11:33am
Dr Green,
 
"@ryck. "That's why men have to be careful and respectful always and don't fool around with women, because she may come back with a vengeance!"
 
Are you talking about a nice Christian wife whom a husband divorced for a hottie?"
 
I think that was Dino's post, of which I agree. 
 
"Are you talking about a nice Christian wife whom a husband divorced for a hottie?"
 
No, not in this context exactly, but this does happen, occasionally, to sinners I am told. 
Dr. Rupert Green Added Nov 28, 2017 - 12:18pm
Well .. given that there are so many divorces, a whole lot of sinning must be going on.
Jeff Michka Added Nov 28, 2017 - 1:19pm
syck ryck the Barry Goldwater Republican sez: The Alabama race is no different from that of Franken or other leftists. The R is asked to step down and utter numerous mea culpas where different rules apply to the Dems.-Hmmm.  Seems all you Rs do is conflate Moore and Franken.  Franken wasn't a kid f***er like your boy, Moore.  Franken stood up and took responsibility, but not ol Roy.  You still won't admit tax cuts for the wealthy are more important than kid f***ers needed to get it passed.  Hypocrite.
rycK the JFK Democrat Added Nov 28, 2017 - 2:46pm
Jeff
 
Franken and others have admitted their guilt and have been excused by the drooling left as they did for Clinton, the Bimbo Banger. You do not know Roy is guilty of anything. 
 
Cut taxes and cut the future away from the drooling, drug-whacked left. 
 
jmnsho
wsucram15 Added Nov 28, 2017 - 3:31pm
Wiliam..
Dont blame sexual abuse on "progressives"..thats an asshole thing to do, do you really want me to AGAIN name the conservatives that have recently or that I know of personally that have either been accused or convicted?
denver l mason Added Nov 28, 2017 - 4:50pm
In truth innocent until proven guilty is in everyone's vested interest. That being said I will not be surprised when some Women officials are indicted for sexual misconduct. I also am sadden by the divide and conger tactic that is clearly being employed. You would think that on this one issue there would be no Democrats and or Republican, but only Americans.
Jeff Michka Added Nov 28, 2017 - 5:29pm
denver I mason sez: You would think that on this one issue there would be no Democrats and or Republican, but only Americans.-Nope and the Xtains are the worst of the Moore defenders.  Admit it Rs, tax cuts for the rich are more important than "ANYTHING."  YOU'LL DEFEND KID F***ERS LIKE GEEZUS ON THE CROSS.
Jeff Michka Added Nov 28, 2017 - 5:33pm
syck ryck the Barry Goldwater Republican sez: Franken and others have admitted their guilt and have been excused by the drooling left as they did for Clinton.  As was noted, but you carry on in your name sake handle.  As was said of Barry G, and can easily be said to you.  "In your heart you know syck ryck is right.  Far right."
rycK the JFK Democrat Added Nov 28, 2017 - 6:59pm
denver l mason
 
"That being said I will not be surprised when some Women officials are indicted for sexual misconduct."
 
I have to agree here but: where are the charges?
 
Bimbos who attempt to gain favors, money or marriage or promotions are not exactly absent in modern corporations but they seem to get away with this with little attention. 
 
It appears that two different systems operate here. 
 
 
 
 
Tamara Wilhite Added Nov 28, 2017 - 7:42pm
There's a clear double standard for liberals and their favored "oppressed" groups when it comes to sex crimes.
If a white conservative sends a sext, liberals are as eager as traditional conservatives to call for his ouster. Prominent liberal accused of rape, from Bill Clinton to Roman Polansky, or documented offenses like Franken, oh, let's have due process, his overall good offsets the bad.
Even worse is the immoral, unfair double standard for official "victims". British police thought it worse to be called racist for going after Pakistani Muslim rape gangs targeting 10-15 year old working class white girls ... this went on for YEARS from Rotherham to Sheffield to Oxfordshire. In other cases, "oh, he doesn't know better, let me go" after sexually raping children, whether a boy in a German swimming pool or woman in her apartment.
So if you're liberal or officially oppressed group, liberals will protect you no matter what. Conservatives, they call for your lynching just based on the accusation.
 
Thomas Napers Added Nov 29, 2017 - 2:06am
I think it’s important that you look at each accusation of sexual misconduct within the confines of the information related to it.  In other words, while I agree that society seems to be awfully quick to smear people for allegations, in some cases the smearing is totally deserved and the other half of the story is irrelevant. The following is what I’m talking about:
 
Weinstein: Based on the sheer quantity of accusers who have no political or professional axe to grind, he clearly took advantage of lots of young women. 
 
Spacey: Following the accusations, he decided to seek treatment.  Innocent people don’t seek treatment. 
 
Franken: Didn’t admit to everything he was accused of, but did apologize to one of the accusers.  There is also photo evidence that the accuser may be right.
 
Moore: Denies doing anything wrong.  All of the allegations are over 30 years old and come in the wake of some very suspect timing.  However, if true, the man is far more evil than anyone listed above. 
Jeff Michka Added Nov 29, 2017 - 10:56am
Tommy Napers sez: However, if true, the man is far more evil than anyone listed above. - But he'll assure the rich will get tax cuts and he will try to ban abortion, so he must be innocent of being a pedophile say the evangelical and rightist Xtains.  How unfair to accuse him of f***king kids!!
 
 
 
rycK the JFK Democrat Added Nov 29, 2017 - 1:29pm
Tamara Wilhite
 
There's a clear double standard for liberals and their favored "oppressed" groups when it comes to sex crimes.
If a white conservative sends a sext, liberals are as eager as traditional conservatives to call for his ouster. Prominent liberal accused of rape, from Bill Clinton to Roman Polansky, or documented offenses like Franken, oh, let's have due process, his overall good offsets the bad.
 
Conservatives, they call for your lynching just based on the accusation.
 
A true and accurate description of the current one-sided and politically-corrupted scene. 
 
Left-liberal politics as it always was..........
Thomas Napers Added Nov 30, 2017 - 1:38am
Michka - No prominent Republican proposes the rich pay less taxes as a percentage of income than the poor.  No prominent Republican promises to enact policy to make abortion illegal.  As for Moore, his position on any of these matters should have nothing to do with the sexual abuse allegations.  Sadly, because Democrats like yourself engage in dirty politics, you're completely at ease convicting him with no evidence.    
Jeff Michka Added Nov 30, 2017 - 6:04pm
Thomas wakes up from his Naper to exclaim: Sadly, because Democrats like yourself engage in dirty politics, you're completely at ease convicting him with no evidence.-Why aren't you screaming about Franken and Conyers? As someone asked Moore at a "rally", "Are all the women liars?" No answer, but seems for the Rs they have lied.  Gee what in the f*** is wrong with a grown man who has kids taken out of a math class to be propositioned? Ya' think he might be a prevert?
Jeff Michka Added Dec 1, 2017 - 6:08pm
"Sleeping" Napers mouths: No prominent Republican proposes the rich pay less taxes as a percentage of income than the poor.-HUH?  SURE THEY DO, AND ARE ABOUT TO PASS AN XMAS GIFT TAX CUT FOR THEIR DONOR CLASS AND THE Family Trump...
wsucram15 Added Dec 4, 2017 - 9:20am
rycK the JFK Democrat   You are an idiot and kinda sick.  Sexual abuse is NOT humorous, or political.  It is abusive, physically, mentally and sexually..in some cases spiritually.
I dont care who did the abusing...
However, I promise the list is very long for white men on both sides of the political spectrum.  I cant help your limited vision via Fox News.
Tamara Wilhite Added Dec 4, 2017 - 11:13am
 rycK the JFK Democrat Medusa Magazine recently encapsulated this perfectly in a headline:


Why we should believe women who accuse right wingers of rape more than those who accuse liberals
November 11, 2017 Medusa Magazine
Jeff Michka Added Dec 9, 2017 - 11:32am
Tommy "I'm not awake from my Napers" sez: Sadly, because Democrats like yourself engage in dirty politics, you're completely at ease convicting him with no evidence.-I see we've got another WB Sheerluck trying his best to pidgeonhole someone's politics so their little minds can grasp...at straws.  Why don't you "conservs" just admit tax cuts are more important than electing pedophiles to enact them.  And why carry on the charade of "liberal accusers are all liars" crap.  As someone else pointed out, sexual abuse isn't political.  But tell that to someone like you, Tommy.  You'll endorse a pedophile and embrace pedophilae so the wealthy can get tax cuts. So will Tamara Wilbwhite and syck ryck the Barry Goldwater republican...what a pack of hypocrites.