Subtle Feminist Messaging

Started by Captain Courageous, May 27, 2013, 11:05 AM

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Captain Courageous

Can you detect it in this article?

The Protected Predator Class
by William Norman Grigg

In Utah, as elsewhere in the Soyuz, "battering" a police officer is considered an especially grievous crime. Until earlier this year, this offense was treated as a Class A misdemeanor. Under SB 131, a measure enacted earlier this year by the state legislature, it is now a class C felony.

Any incidental contact between a Mundane and the sanctified personage of a police officer - including the act of breathing on an officer - can be prosecuted as "battery." This would apply to cases in which a woman is desperately trying to prevent an officer from violating her sexually: A victim who puts up resistance in such circumstances can expect to be violently subdued, arrested, and charged with "assaulting an officer."

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Under SB 131, the newly enacted Utah law on "battering" a law enforcement officer, a future victim of a similar sexual assault by a cop - and there will be others - could be charged with a felony if she tries to escape.

Yes folks! Uniformed sociopaths - they're all male, and they represent another threat that applies only to da wimminz.

Cordell Walker

its not like the article DOESNT have a legit point, dude. Police brutality, including acts which end in death for us mundanes, is a systemic problem, yet, police are protected from us, even when in the wrong
"how can you kill women and children?"---private joker
"Easy, ya just dont lead em as much" ---Animal Mother

Captain Courageous

Who wrote that it DOESN'T have a legitimate point?

Why hype the woman-getting-raped angle in order to get that legit point across?



Why hype the woman-getting-raped angle in order to get that legit point across?


Because there's a woman victim for every situation, don' ya know. And if there isn't we'll make one just so we can have power over you.
I'm mad.
I'm furious.
I've enough rage to fuel a thousand suns.

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