Intimate Partner Sexual Abuse: Raping Western Society One Little Boy at a Time

We have a bit of a problem in western society.  Sex has become a commodity that seems to be in full supply but comes at a steep price, and I’m not talking about a wedding ring and 50 years of indentured servitude or existential bliss whichever you deem it.  We’ll come back to the price later.

Sex has become a weapon.

Now your first inclination is to gravitate to rape, and that indeed is using sex as a weapon. However this is not the only way sex is used as a weapon, regardless of what feminists, pastors, and the media will lead you to believe.

From the first time children are given the birds and the bees talk, sex is taught as being something special you only give up for something in return.  But only for girls.  We are going to toss the sex before marriage argument aside, because it’s not pertinent to this discussion.

43% of men between 18-22 in college and high school are sexually assaulted.  95% by women.  This is an epidemic of epic proportions.  Little boys are being taught “don’t rape” and little boys and girls are being taught “boys can’t be raped”.  The fact that 60% of boys in the US are circumcised further reinforces the acceptance of sexual abuse as morally justified.

Western society has unleashed a wave of sexual violence and abuse on men.  Feminism is leading the charge.  These gender bigot ideologues have been teaching these young women that men always want sex.  In essence, it’s impossible to rape a man.  As Victoria Brownworth a pulitizer prize nominated feminist writer has said “Rape is a crime of male violence”.

So what is feminism teaching women that makes sexual abuse so pervasive?

1.  Withholding sex is acceptable because “it’s your body”.  When you enter into marriage or a sexual relationship with someone you give up part of your own bodily autonomy for the sake of the needs of someone else.  If you are not willing to have robust regular sex and aren’t having robust regular sex with your intimate partner, you are engaging in sexual neglect.  Withholding sex in a marriage is an at fault reason for divorce if you can prove it.  Cases in Italy and France have resulted in successful lawsuits for this behavior.  It is by definition emotional abandonment.  If you are in a relationship with someone who treats you like a leper get out.

2.  If it’s not intimate, or for you, don’t do it.  This is the biggest excuse for starfishing and refusing to have robust sex.  No one wants someone who lays there.  If your partner needs something you absolutely will not do, you are a sexually selfish individual.  You have no right to hold your partner sexually hostage.  Now keep in mind here, I’m making the distinction between wants and needs.  You should accommodate all their wants that you can.  You must provide for their needs.  Example.  If you as a female have a full hysterectomy and cannot have vaginal sex, you don’t get to say “I don’t do anal or oral sex”.  At that point your relationship is done.  I’ll say it again and again.  You have no right to hold your partner sexually hostage.  It doesn’t matter if you don’t find blowjobs or muff diving intimate.  It’s not about you.  It’s about the needs of your partner.  Women expect cunnilingus, but refuse to engage their partner’s needs.

3.  Having sex when you really don’t want it to make your partner feel like a rapist is ok.  This is illustrated best by Taylor Malone.  You can find her disgusting false rape accusation here.  This is one of the most disgusting things I’ve ever read on the internet.  When you need to say no to an intimate partner, YOU SAY NO.  To change the appearance of consent is fraud.  It’s sexually abusive, and according to Diana Davison “a form of rape”.  This includes situations where fraud is used to gain consent for a sexual encounter.  Much like Amanda Holden.

4.  Dropping birthcontrol to get pregnant is good relationship insurance.  This goes back to using fraud to gain consent for a sexual encounter.  This is the best example of feminist pressure to block male contraceptive methods for the express ability to use pregnancy and the birth of a child to secure monetary funds.  Efforts to block the male pill and vasalgel have come almost exclusively from feminists.  Heaven forbid a man have reproductive control and not father children to deceptive women who are looking for a child support check.

5.  Blueballing teaches him his lesson.  If you’re not willing to do what it takes to give your partner an orgasm, you’re being a sexually abusive asshole.  This is a direct attack to the psyche of a man, and horribly manipulative.  It’s one thing to make yourself sexually unavailable, it’s another to make yourself available with the intent to sexually torture your partner.  There’s a case where a woman was having sex with a man and as soon as his ejaculatory response hit she withdrew consent in a effort to have him thrown in prison for rape.  And feminists threw a fit when it didn’t work.

6.  Sex makes a great carrot.  If you use sex as a carrot you’re a fucking prostitute.  The difference is sex workers have honor.   This falls back into withholding sex, this time for money.

This is just a preliminary article, I hope to elucidate more on specifics in later articles so we can come to a knowledge together as both genders of having healthy sexual relationships based on mutual love and trust.

All of these sexually abusive behaviors I have been subjected to in some form or another.  I’ve sought support from malesurvivor.org only to be called a rapist and an abuser by feminists for daring to suggest that I deserved in my intimate partner a robust, loving, and equal sexual relationship.

Feminism has sold meaningful sex down the river for cheap imitations and abusive relationships.  Most of the victims are men.  So much for equality.

To everyone currently in an abusive relationship, you probably don’t realize it’s abusive.  You have options.  You deserve to be loved.  You don’t have to stay.  You can get out.

For those of you who need a voice, who need the courage to get out.

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3 comments

  1. Example. If you as a female have a full hysterectomy and cannot have vaginal sex, you don’t get to say “I don’t do anal or oral sex”.
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    I understand that this is “fair” within the confines of the exclusive relationship but I don’t think the solution to The Problem can be found in coercion. “Free will” must be sacrosanct and it’s the exclusive relationship construct that seems perverse. Why would I want someone to suffer to please me? If Brad Pitt (or anyone) hit on my gf and she rejected his advances just to stay loyal to me, I’d dump her on sheer principle. I don’t need women’s unsolicited sleazy suffering on my account and the exclusive relationship was constructed by them because they do. They can’t compete fairly with girls, over time. They just want to hold onto what they have no Right to claim ownership of, marriage is the sickest institution imaginable outside of full blown slavery. I think exclusive relationships are a crutch for broken humans to hide when they have no Self. “Attachment leads to suffering.” (the Buddha) Wanting someone to suffer in your absence is not humane.

    All the problems start much lower and if there’s a solution to be found to any of them, it will be at their source. Mothers are violently and sadistically abusing defenceless toddlers, betraying their biological trust. Their perfidy is particularly treacherous in their treatment of boys who are marinated in creepy emotional sentiment before they’re broken with violent love and shame to snap their resistance to domination and reduce them to loving, obedient slaves. The trauma we suppress but the emotional lesson ‘taught’ by our violent mothers is retained: “If you displease me, I will make you suffer.” Everyone has PTSD. Something like 90% of men imagine “mean words” hurt them like “sticks and stones”. It’s ridiculous. 18th century schoolgirls had more emotional stability than grown men in the 21st century. When men explode into violence, it’s not strength. It’s pure exploitable weakness.
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    When you come out of that pink ugly hole onto this planet, you’re nothing but a gooey, shrinking, wrinkled ball of weakness. That’s all you are: you’re weak, you’re nothing but weak, and your parents look at that, and they think, “Not weak enough! We can make this thing even weaker by training it to react poorly to different sounds that you can make with your mouth.”
    – Doug Stanhope
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    For an example, this 3 min video shows some big tough BOYS who get butthurt by “mean words” with an all-too-predictable outcome. They’ll never know how cruelly and sadistically they’ve been abused and betrayed. http://youtu.be/QqMoRc0Jku8

    BOYS are terrified of displeasing their mothers because they’re traumatised by her abuse. Men don’t fear death, only shame. They go over the top for Queen, God and Country when the alternative is an imagined non-sensory (senseless) feeling of pain imagined by them in their minds. Mothers erode their Self, take their courage away and then say, “You need to be brave.” Hmm. Society is protected from being exposed to Janet Jackson’s mammary gland (Nipplegate ’04) but not from shrapnel, bullets, violence, toxic poisons, bullying, terror, trauma or deceit. Adolescents are better protected from accurate sex education than they are from molestation. Society is better insulated from the truth about female biological desire than they are from death. Violence and lies are rated G but sex and truth is rated R.

    This is too long. The Problem is dependent women are abusing toddlers. Codependent men are enabling them. Everyone needs to be made to take care of themselves. Independent mammals don’t prey on their young. If children were raised with their Self intact, made to be unattached like the offspring of mammal mothers in Nature, they’d have selfish courage and no need for selfless bravery. With Self, there’s no need to impress. With courage, there’s no need to be brave.

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    1. I’m not talking about coercion. Either someone’s going to be a loving sexual partner or they aren’t. I used an EXTREME example that effects less than 1% of people to illustrate the point.

      Thanks for the feedback. I loved the analysis.

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