Thursday, September 01, 2005

Controversy in South Africa over device to snare rapists

I'm not sure why there would be any controversy, if you don't want hooks jabbed into your dick, then don't rape anyone. Sounds like some really horrible pain, but I don'thave much sympathy for rapists.

As for the women's groups claiming that this puts the onus on women to combat a male problem, well that's just ridiculous. It's like saying that it's unfair to put the onus on homeowners to lock their houses, since the problem is with the criminalswho would steal from them. Anyway, if you don't like the thing, don't use it. It may still benefit you if someone is afraid to rape you just in case you might have one.

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Robert Bayn said...

why should i care if rapist are feeling pain?

somewaterytart said...

But the woman would have to wear this thing all the time- who's going to do that? Where I live recently, there have been several rapes that occured while the women were sleeping, when a man got in through a window and into their beds. Are we wearing this thing while we're sleeping, then? Sounds expensive. I don't get it.

sumo said...

Wooowwww! I'm all for are such jerks at times...and that's one of em'. A mental visual is sort of yucky though. Have to hand it to you find the cool stuff.

John Howard said...

I don't know if women would wear it or not, and I could understand why the wouldn't want to, but I certainly don't see any controversy in it being available.