Start off by reading this article (excerpt below) and then we can continue:
A British tourist has told an Italian court how she was raped by a barman in Naples after stopping for a meal at a pizzeria while on holiday.
Returning to the southern Italian city to testify before a judge, the 22-year-old tourist this week told the court how she was holidaying in July when she suffered ‘the worst experience of my life’.
Some time back, I also commented on a stupid bint who was raped in Paris after leaving her party to relieve herself behind some bushes, and that leads me to my main point:
Women shouldn’t be on their own outside their homes, because they are not safe.
When I say “on their own”, of course, I mean in a deserted or isolated spot where they could be attacked — such as in a restaurant’s back room, or in a park hidden from view behind bushes. Or walking back home alone from a party / dinner. Or jogging along a lonely road, or through a park.
I think you get my drift.
Now let me address the thoughts of the people who might disagree with me on this point.
I know, I know: women shouldn’t be at risk in the above situations, and men shouldn’t prey on women when the women are solitary.
Unfortunately, the world just doesn’t work like that. Men (of a particular sort) often succumb to their baser instincts when confronted by such situations. This is an unfortunate fact of life, and this is especially true of men who come from, shall we say, less civilized backgrounds and societies (e.g. Mediterranean countries, the Middle East, all of Africa, Russia, the Balkans, Muslim countries, most of South America, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, North America, Central America… actually, pretty much anywhere in the world).
And women are vulnerable in all those places and circumstances because they are… the weaker sex. [pause to allow the angry feministical screams and expostulations to die down]
This, by the way, is why I fervently support the idea that women should carry guns, because of all forms of self-defense, guns are the best equalizer. It’s why I have helped train literally hundreds of women how to shoot, and helped them purchase their handguns and shotguns.
If guns are not available to women (and this would apply almost universally outside Second Amendment Country), then they need to seek safety in numbers and not stroll around by themselves, because it’s just not safe.
It’s the same reason, for example, that I avoid walking through specific downtown areas at night, and shun all back alleys even if they’re a shortcut. And I’m big and tough and armed. How much more ridiculous is it for an unarmed woman not to do the same?
There are times when a woman finds herself in a position when she feels she has to walk by herself — e.g. to get to her car in a deserted parking lit or parking garage after a night shift — but she shouldn’t. She should instead try to find a man (security guard, workmate, whatever) to accompany her. Fortunately, I don’t think we’ve reached the stage yet where a man would refuse to do so. (Yeah, I know, chivalry is so outdated and demeaning to womyns [/feministical] shuddup).
It’s got to the point that whenever I read about such events of a woman being attacked / raped / whatever when she’s on her own in some foreign country / strange city / walking back from the pub, I just shout at the page / TV screen:
“What did you think was going to happen?”
This air of unreality that seems to be so prevalent in modern society needs to end. People need to grow up and understand that when reality meets philosophy or theory, reality is going to win, every single fucking time.
Even for (or especially for) feministicals and their adherents.