Someone who has admitted to spiking drinks really has no place talking about consent.
Quote:Sex law which criminalizes human nature is inhumane, the guy who talks his woman into letting him nail her tits to a board is not, he is normal.
That you would consider such extreme sadomasochism "normal" speaks for itself.
You are one sick dude.
valid government rape statistics, that 1 in 6 women will be raped over the course of her lifetime,
Those so call valid government numbers/statistics are base of riggs surveys and the only solid number we did have was the number of reported rapes to law enforcement going back 70 years or so.
Of course trying to claim that we are in a middle of a rape culture/crisis and having the FBI numbers being at an over three decades low was so embarrassing that the feminists needed to change what was being included in the database so tends could no longer be track going forward.
The Justice Department has already acknowledged that its crime reporting statistics on rape--which you consider "the only solid number we did have"--were inaccurate due to significant undercounting
try to follow the conversation dear, the subject was coercion, not BDSM acts.
Sex law which criminalizes human nature is inhumane, the guy who talks his woman into letting him nail her tits to a board is not, he is normal.
This government has very little credibility, dont be giving me their press releases expecting me to give what they say more than the 3.6 seconds of consideration that their behavior and quality of work warrants.
Now that the state figures on rape are being fully included in the federal reporting numbers, the federal numbers for rape are showing an increase of 43--46% so far this year..
We can get any number we want, all we need to do is change definitions, which we did. The number is not up, this is not the same number, this is a completely new number.
I have no idea what motivates to come here and spend hours trying to deceive people
Former cable TV technician accused of sex crimes in 2 New Jersey homes
BY A.J. ROSS
Friday, November 21, 2014
TOWACO, New Jersey --
A former cable television service technician in New Jersey has been arrested on sex charges stemming from incidents in two Bergen County homes.
He had the right uniform and credentials, but police say this cable guy had the wrong intentions, sexually preying upon women inside their homes and police say it wasn't the first time.
He's now behind bars and women Eyewitness News talked to are both relieved and taking extra precautions.
"That makes you feel like you can't have anybody in your house, like you can't even allow the person that's supposed to fix your TV," one resident said.
A professional house call by the cable man suddenly turned into a terrifying episode for two women in North Jersey when police say 31-year-old Jonathan Malave sexually forced himself on them.
"It's very alarming to hear that someone with credentials could get into your home for a valid reason, he's checking your cable and then to find out you've let someone in who really shouldn't be in your home," another woman said.
Perhaps what's even more alarming is police records show this isn't the first time Malave has been accused of sexual assault.
In fact, in 2012 while working as a cable repair subcontractor for Cablevision, Malave allegedly made unwanted sexual advances toward a 32-year-old Stony Point woman.
He later managed to get hired by Time Warner as a service technician where investigators say he used his job again to prey upon a 60-year-old woman inside her Ridgefield Park home.
Police say that incident was followed by another assault involving a 71-year-old woman in Fairview.
The second victim notified Fairview Police who launched a joint investigation with the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office.
Malave was arrested Wednesday and charged with sexual assault and criminal sexual contact.
"I'm glad he was caught them because I'm in my 60s," one woman said.
Very, very alarming, very alarming, because you never know they do all kinds of stuff," another woman said.
Time Warner Cable released a statement saying, "We're working with local law enforcement as they investigate these allegations. Mr. Malave is no longer a Time Warner Cable employee."
Time Warner says Malave has not been an employee since early September and their company does conduct pre-hire background checks on employees.
Bail for Malave was set at $250,000 with no ten percent option and no contact with the victims as a condition of bail. He was remanded to the Bergen County Jail in lieu of bail.
There are two main possibilities for why Firefly constantly brings up elderly rape
November 18, 2014
Antoine Devon Pettis: Man Charged With Brutal Rape Of 101 Year-Old Woman
Antoine Devon Pettis, (20) of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has been charged with the brutal rape of a 101 year-old woman.
Police say that after a careful investigation, Devon Pettis was targeted as a suspect due to DNA evidence, according to NBC. Reports state that Pettis originally intended to just commit robbery, but then decided once he was inside to sexually assault a 101-year-old woman. Pettis has been charged with burglary, aggravated battery, and second-degree sexual assault.
According to the criminal complaint, the 101 year-0ld woman went to bed and woke up early in the morning on September 1 to a strange sound. The woman thought the the sound was coming from outside the house so she closed her eyes and tried to go back to sleep. A short time later, according to WISN, the elderly woman heard a noise and realized that someone was in her bedroom.
The 101-year-old woman was slapped several times by the intruder before he raped her.
As the room was dark at the time, and the shock and horror of what was happening set in, the woman said she had no idea what her attacker looked like. The woman was taken to the hospital, and doctors told authorities that the woman had injuries consistent with sexual assault. DNA evidence was acquired and sent to the state crime lab. Authorities say that the case was cracked through a familial DNA – DNA from a family member that was already in the state crime lab database. (On a side note, experts say that this is only the second time in history that family related DNA samples have helped solve a case.)
The DNA evidence led Milwaukee Police investigators straight to Antoine Devon Pettis.
Pettis had previously been identified as a potential suspect on November 13th. When the DNA familial evidence came back from the state crime lab, suggesting Pettis, his DNA was matched against the crime scene DNA, and there was a perfect match.
When confronted with the DNA evidence, Antoine Devon Pettis cracked. He admitted to the assault, saying he intended to break into the 101 year-old woman’s home and steal property. Pettis said that he never planned to commit the rape.
Pettis faces up to 55 years in prison if he is convicted on the three charges of burglary, aggravated assault, and second degree sexual assault.
What do you think? Is 55 years in prison a steep enough sentence for a man convicted of raping a 101 year old woman?
Who wouldn't worry about their mother, or grandmother--or great-grandmother--after reading about rapes like that? There is no age limit that protects a woman from the possibility of being raped.