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Oh my god. ‘men will actually respect women more if they see women showing compassion to them’. If you want women to show you compassion, don’t fucking rape them.
If you need me I’ll be in the angry-dome.
What. The. Fuck? No. NO. No.
You “show compassion” or go easy on first-time offenders, you know what message they get? That what they did wasn’t a big deal after all. That what they did wasn’t really THAT wrong. That they get off with a slap on the wrist the first time, so why not do it again? Assuming they even get caught. Assuming their victim is able or brave enough to come forward. Assuming that there will be enough physical evidence left to mount an actual trial (because he-said-she-said so rarely results in conviction.) Assuming the first-time offender doesn’t escalate after their first offense is barely even punished. Assuming their victim lives to let the world know he’s a repeat offender now.
Sexual assault is not “social misbehavior.” It’s not a man getting “carried away.” It’s sexual assault. It’s grievance violence, the most horrible violation. It’s SUPPOSED TO BE A CRIME.
Just. This man, this article, is the twisted, insidious, indulgent and permissive, “boys will be boys” nature of rape culture distilled.
Showing compassion to first time offenders is a good way to make sure they become second time offenders.
This week, the New Jersey Assembly Women and Children Committee unanimously approved a bill that would ban therapists from practicing ex-gay “conversion” or “reparative” therapy on minors.
The bill already passed a Senate committee in March and will now move on to the full Assembly and Senate for votes, though it’s unclear whether Gov. Chris Christie would ultimately sign it into law.
The bill, modeled after California’s landmark legislation passed last year, would outlaw “sexual-orientation change efforts,” also known as “reparative therapy,” by licensed professionals on minors under 18 years old, forbidding psychiatrists, social workers, and other licensed mental health providers from engaging in attempts to “pray away the gay.” The “therapy” has been condemned by every major mental health organization in the country, with the American Psychological Association calling the practice harmful.
“Studies and personal testimony have shown this practice creates irreparable harm on young people struggling to come to terms with their sexuality,” said Democratic assemblyman Tim Eustace, one of the bill’s sponsors.
Every single study has found that conversion therapy does more harm than good, especially on minors. We really need to get the ball rolling on making this a nationwide ban. Keep it up, New Jersey.