"It’s like presenting a dog with a sirloin steak and expecting him not to eat it."
I presented my two dogs with an actual sirloin steak, then told them no.
Woofles didn’t even approach it when I set it down, as I hadn’t told him it was okay to do so.
Quinn approached it, completely ready to take it from the plate (as her manners are not yet as good as Woofles’ manners), was told no, and immediately backed off.
When Woofles heard the no, he turned away as well because he knew that steak was not for him to eat.
Notice how they didn’t ‘argue’, didn’t take it anyway, didn’t get aggressive, didn’t beg, or didn’t try to somehow persuade me that they should be able to have it.
They were told no, they backed off.
So, essentially, if you use that analogy to excuse rape, you’re saying you have less self control and fewer basic social manners than my two dogs.
That also probably means you should be neutered and kept on a leash.
If I had hung on to every lesson my family taught me, I’d be a racist drug dealer, calling in sick to a factory job that I hate and dealing with DCFS every other month. I’d be stealing money from my grandmother and teaching my kids about sex by showing them a hardcore porno. You have to be willing to question it all … even the stuff that seems innocent and correct. What worked for your parents isn’t necessarily going to work for you.John Cheese (via cracked)