Date: March 9, 2010
I fear the creator of this video may have gotten too much grief from the response it garnered…She made it private. My response is still relevant to a lot of what is going on today, however.
There are so many things that I could pick up on in this video, and respond to…
…but, I wanted to just say a bit about one or two of them.
One, is the statement that “we live in a rape world”, and explaining this means…women and children are constantly vulnerable to rape…
The other being, “men having a sense of entitlement, to the bodies of women and children”…and the issue of objectification, maybe also.
Firstly, her comments on our “rape world”, I think really hit home, on why there is such a great divide…and on why there are such distorted views, on what male sexuality is, or what it has the capacity to be.
This young lady appears to be of the mind, that women and children live under constant threat to their person, simply on the basis that it is conceivably possible, they could get raped…and anytime, they least expect it.
If you are constantly on guard, for the male who is going to rush in and rape you [even if this person is just a phantom in your mind], I can see where this would be a serious psychological, and emotional, problem. I can see where it would cloud the clarity of a persons judgment.
Next, as to objectification and entitlement…
…It is times like these, while listening to another feminist diminish male sexuality, and dismiss it to some…simplistic, dominating, unempathetic and dare I say “predatory”, category…something easy, to stuff in a mental box, where nobody has to confront the beautiful, desirable and multifaceted values it possesses…
…yes, it is times like these…that I have to inform such people, just how soundly they lack any understanding, of my own sexuality, as a pedosexual BoyLover.
How so many people try to define my sexuality, does not reflect the reality of my sexuality, nor how it manifests in the real world.
What do you know about my motives?
What do you know, about what I like?
What do you know, about how I treat others?
What do you know, about how those others respond to me?
What do you know, about how much these sexual experiences mean, to those of us [child and adult] who engage in them?
I see far to much enthusiasm, to define human behavior as “rape”…
…and this is one of the most frustrating, angering things about many feminists.
I am sorry if “you” were raped…
…I am sorry that others have been raped…
…I am sorry that others will be raped…
…This does not mean that everyone is plotting to rape you…nor that everything you think shares similarities with “rape situations”, is therefore “rape by default”.
We males do have personal, sexual control, you know?…
…We can be sexually attracted to people, without being a rape danger to them.
It has been clear to me for decades, that many feminists have a horrible problem, with sex and sexuality…and it is locked up within this “victimological psychosis”.
What do you do, when people like that feel your very presence “threatens them”…and yet, this is all a warped cognition, in their own head?
This is one of those core issues, which really speaks to why so many of us are fed up with, and infuriated by, so much of what is going on in the feminist movement.
We’ve been defined as “dangerous by default”, based on perceived potential to be dangerous [in the eyes, of those who think male sexuality is forced upon them, against their will]…and then we are marginalized out of our rights, out of equal standing and out of our voice…eventually, out of simple freedom.
The feminist movement has become incredibly dangerous, because of this.
Feminists seem to think they are entitled to all sorts of things, also…including a predatory manipulation of males.
My sexuality, is not about domination, or any sense of entitlement, however. It’s motive is really quite positive.
…but nobody will comprehend this, if all they see is “rape”, when they look everywhere.
Please note, I am not taking aim at this young lady…These are just thoughtful reactions, which her video brought out in me…I am speaking to issues, not tearing into her.