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    Quote Originally Posted by libertariat720 View Post
    Oh, no doubt. It's considered sexual assault if a guy pokes a whole in the condom and the woman gets pregnant. Aggravated sexual assault if a child is born from that.

    Women can poke a whole in the condom, lie to the man that they are on birth control, basically coerce someone into impregnating them, and that's not even considered fraud.

    They also can legally hold the father financially responsible for child support payments for 18-26 years. And if he refuses he goes to jail. And the women gets money from the government too to help raise the child that she tricked someone into making.

    All the while she's seen seen as the victim, the single mom with the deadbeat dad who can't even support his own child that he never stuck around for (no matter that he found out he even had a kid months or years later).
    That is the case here. Man has no rights.

    Now,do not get me wrong. I am not excusing wife beaters,dead beat Dads or rapists in any way,shape or form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isalexi View Post
    When a woman does commit sexual misconduct...it makes headlines because it’s so rare,
    Hey why don’t you start a movement if you’re so concerned about that?
    This OP is nothing more than the conservative ideology's lame attempt to deflect from a topic. It is the same crap they do whenever people talk about police brutality, they scream out "what about chicago", or when talking about white supremacy, they tourette out "what about BLM".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    Yes, a few women have been accused of sexual misconduct. But the number is miniscule compared to the men who have been accused. First, men are more predisposed because of our culture. Second, many fewer women are in positions of power. Exactly what is the point the OP is trying to make?
    Pretty sure men are more predisposed because they are men.

    There is a lot of empirical evidence. Goes back a million or so years....
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    Quote Originally Posted by roberthughey View Post
    That I have seen.
    Few people, men or women, report such through shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pragmatic View Post
    Pretty sure men are more predisposed because they are men.

    There is a lot of empirical evidence. Goes back a million or so years....
    What I mean is that our culture has barred women from as many positions of power. It's mostly about power and ego..

    BTW, are you predisposed to violence or assault of any kind? Are you predisposed to sexually harassing people? I argue that most men aren't naturally predisposed to any of the above except when raised in a culture that has traditionally seen it as a "boys will be boys" thing. Girls have been culturally discouraged from being aggressive, men haven't. Men are encouraged to "conquer" women. I think it's more nurture than nature.

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    I think it's a power thing. Men use it, they are the gate keeper, the ticket price is heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebateDrone View Post
    I think the point you missed is that women make up less that 10% of the total incarcerated.

    That means a 1.4% of the 90%[males] is still extremely higher than the 1.9% of the 10%[female] even though 1.9 is larger than 1.4...as percentages go.
    How did I miss the point, I posted the info that you quoted. I will say that women (especially good looking women) are found not guilty at an alarming rate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryAnne View Post
    Ok, guys, let us get real. Some women are vicious. That is no excuse for not having this disclosure. But there are men who are abused by their wives. Most are ashamed to admit it.

    I know one case personally right now. The guy is afraid he will lose his kids. The woman is pulling every trick in the book to both use and abuse him.

    I am really glad she is not in my family because I would probably be in jail!

    So do not let us get holier than thou.
    I agree with this. Furthermore, women are believed at a much higher rate then men. When it comes to assaults between couples, women are actually almost equal. What lack in size and strength, they make up for in surprise and weapons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djinn View Post
    This is true of virtually any crime. If a man kills his wife, it makes local and perhaps regional news. When a wife kills her husband, it makes national news.

    ... I just looked it up. Worldwide, 95% of people convicted of homicide / murder are male.

    (Source - page 13 - per printed page #s)
    Same with victims. If a woman is young and beautiful and white she makes headlines if she is missing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    I disagree about "almost all crime." Drugs? Violence against their partners? Tax evasion? Dunno about that one.



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incarc..._United_States


    *A 2014 International Center for Prison Studies report stated that about 33% of all female prisoners in the world are held in the United States.
    I volunteer in a woman’s prison giving workshops. I found out from the people working there that so many of the women take the blame for their husbands or boyfriends because they will get harsher punishment because of their records
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