I had to sit and listen to the prosecutor's **** for 15 minutes, while my attorney objected many times.
IMO, attorneys need to change their etiquette, or at least acquire some.
I'm not quite sure I would say that a "culture of rape is persistent" in all American men...
But I believe it would be safe to say that college, and even high school, athletic stars have an attitude of sexual entitlement that often gets them into rape situations and accusations.
In this case, IMHO, rape is more likely to have occurred than not.
Of course they are due their day in court, but the defense, so far as it has been presented here, has guilty of rape written all over it.
You are claiming that my statement about "rape culture", somehow....mystically or supernaturally, I'm not quite sure; makes this a "gender war" argument. Ok. And my response, has been and will continue to be, "that's your opinion." Very simple. Repetition will not change a thing.
Why do you keep rehashing this?
This was college athletic stars who no doubt felt they had an entitlement to sexual favors from any girl they wanted under any circumstances.
All too often this type of rape has been historically tolerated in our society.
It's time for that to change.
That is why we should give it more attention.
Last edited by Buck Ewer; 06-25-14 at 12:14 PM.
"I am appalled that somebody who is the nominee...would take that kind of position"
"A court took away a presidency"
"...the brother of a man running for president was the governor of the state..."
It's horrifying because Trump is blunt instead of making overt implications.