Historically was rape always irredeemably bad and caused trauma?

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    • #48085
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      Was rape always deemed something irredeemably bad and did it always cause trauma? I just don’t understand why people suddenly think it’s the worst thing ever and being raped is like a loved one dying. It’s just sex bro

    • #48086
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      >be woman
      > get raped in medieval times
      > no longer have any marital value
      > might even be stoned (see Pakistan, Afghanistan, honor killings)

    • #48087
      Anonymous
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      yea rape is bad dude. dont be fooled by 100iq shills on anime boards stroking nostalgic about the past
      greeks didnt accept little boy freaking
      rape wasnt normal
      neither was e-boi marriage
      and every other bullshit you read online is 99% a lie

    • #48088
      Anonymous
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      So I can brutally rape you and you’ll be completely fine with it? because it’s just sex bro

      • #48090
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        tbh I wouldn’t like it (or maybe I would) but yes I would move on with my life

        • #48091
          Anonymous
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          It’s assault + huge disrespect, plus the additional possibility of unwanted pregnancy if you’re a woman. It just depends on how much you value your sexual freedom, I guess, which you should realize most people do value it

          • #48092
            Anonymous
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            I do value it, but I might not dislike it if the person doing the sexual assault was hot. I just think rape is a bit overrated. there are worse things that could happen to a person

            • #48121
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              Yes and everyone agrees which is why there are much higher penalties for those other things. I have never even heard a women say that rape is the worst like everyone knows murder is worse just to take the obvious.

            • #48122
              Anonymous
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              This why ugly creeps are more likely to have the book thrown at them for any and all kinds of sex crime charges, everyone is 99% sure the chick didn’t like it which is the unofficial definition of a sex crime

        • #48120
          Anonymous
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          Doubt, you would be fine after having your pride annihilated. Rape is pretty bad yo.

    • #48089
      Anonymous
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      Yes.

    • #48094
      Anonymous
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      sis wat

    • #48102
      Anonymous
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      Cool, so i can Rape you now.

      • #48103
        Anonymous
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        Yes but to make it fair, you have to be the opposite sex as me.

        • #48104
          Anonymous
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          That is not how Rape works

    • #48109
      Anonymous
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      St. Augustine wrote about it around 420 AD and said it was fine. Like yeah it sucked but it’s not your fault or anything.

    • #48110
      Anonymous
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      Rape in the past was ok when you did it to your enemy’s women and not ok when it happened to your women.

      • #48112
        Anonymous
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        basically this

    • #48114
      Anonymous
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      Rape literally started as a crime against the woman’s father/family or husband and his honour.

      tbh >historically speaking, there was no particular assumption that women hated being raped, on the contrary it was often assumed they moderately enjoyed or even loved it. This attitude still persists to an extent everywhere but particularly in the Middle East.

      It just didn’t even figure into the equation as to why rape was considered bad, women were for freaking and no-one cared about the woman liking it or not.

      It was more like how a Ferrari dealership today reacts to a scrote stealing a car and going on a joyride around the city even if he brings it back. It’s like, if you can’t afford to pay for it it’s really rude to use it and depreciate its marketability by at least 1/3.

      • #48130
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        When you travel and come to some
        understanding in life. You’d realize rape is perceived very different around the world than it is in Europe or America. Most of our education is to keep westerners safe, a courtesy call. In other areas around the world especially the pacific regions rape is a norm. Women expect guys to make the move. Whereas in the west guys tend to think women should initiate. Analyzing the pacific cultures there is no love without rape. If you don’t rape them you don’t love them. The sole act of rape is forcing them to motherhood which is mankind’s sole greatest achievement. It means you love them and there is no harm. There’s also cultures where women must kill the guy that didn’t rape them as a tribute to marriage. Because it’s the same thing as them accepting someone spiritually as their children’s father. So they must make spiritual cleansing to their new husband not necessarily the one she wanted. This is why in pacific culture polygamy is the norm and a wife must accept the new wives because otherwise it becomes a burden.

        • #48131
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          The idea is in other cultures women can’t be with guys. The simple act of attentiveness is a marriage. So if you rape an attentive woman it’s not rape at all but your sole duty. Again you might get killed otherwise if you don’t by ceremony.

    • #48115
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      It was treated like a serious assault.

      In all times, people used the excuse ‘she really wanted it, she just didn’t give any of our cultures signs’.

      Today that means you have to get consent from her directly, the most simple and straightforward signal.

      • #48116
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        • #48117
          Anonymous
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          That’s the alternative to the ‘informed consent’ model, the ‘state must approve of your sex contract’ model was much more common and was about as ridiculous as the video suggests.

    • #48123
      Anonymous
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      my victims seem to like it

    • #48124
      Anonymous
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      scrote, Rape touched off clan wars between Tribal Societies.

    • #48125
      Anonymous
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      yes, because unlike killing of someone (which is usually worse) it can’t be justified unless in an incredibly contrived circumstance that would never happen irl
      seriously name one scenario that’d actualy happen irl where rape was used for the greater good

    • #48129
      Anonymous
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      It was seen as a crime, but only to a certain extent. For instance, in most tribal culture it was seen as perfectly valid to enslave and rape the woman of a rival tribe/city you conquered. Also marriage was pretty much a form of legalized rape about half of the time.

      What I find more interesting however is that it was usually seen as a sign of immaturity rather than irredeemably evil behavior. It’s something you wanted to do when you were young and stupid, and getting over it was necessary to become a proper adult.

      While the influence of civilization has probably somewhat decreased the severity of that. I do think there is probably more truth in that than people want to admit. Boys, when left to their own devices, are prone to self destructive and cruel behavior. This was as true in ancient Mesopotamia as it is now.

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