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estelledawn asked:

(~Hello. Do you have a good set of links, or know anyone who does, regarding the large amount of female perpetrators of domestic abuse? I remember reading a statistic on how 53% of women are now perpetrators, but I can't find my link.)
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siryouarebeingmocked:

icanonlyprime:

Today I learned that it takes courage to falsely accuse someone of rape.
Thanks for educating me, SJWs!

Well, courage, or a desire to make a fortune suing the school where the rape allegedly occurred, if you’re named Wanetta Gibson. Or a desire to see Luke Harwood assaulted and beaten to death. Or a desire to get revenge on a boy who rejected you named Dominic Scullion. Or, heck, if you just want to get out of a cab fare.

siryouarebeingmocked:

icanonlyprime:

Today I learned that it takes courage to falsely accuse someone of rape.

Thanks for educating me, SJWs!

Well, courage, or a desire to make a fortune suing the school where the rape allegedly occurred, if you’re named Wanetta Gibson. Or a desire to see Luke Harwood assaulted and beaten to death. Or a desire to get revenge on a boy who rejected you named Dominic Scullion. Or, heck, if you just want to get out of a cab fare.

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oflovelythoughts asked:

Hiya so I just saw your post on circumcision and it's awesome, it makes 100% sense and I just love it. BUT an actual reason for circumcision is that men who are circumcised are waaay less likely to catch HIV from a sexual partner. But I believe that circumcision shouldn't take place while the man is young/when they can't make the decision.

onemv answered:

First thanks for appreciating the post. Second the reason I didn’t include this myth in the set is I couldn’t think of a good comparison. I dropped a lot of things I wanted to address both for the sake of brevity and lack of inspiration.

The lowered incidence of HIV contraction is based on flawed studies in Africa, where they didn’t even actually wait on all the results to come in before publishing findings. There are a lot of details on whats wrong with the studies here.

There are a couple major problems with this myth being perpetuated. One it’s causing the spread of HIV in Africa to speed up dramatically, because circumcised men there think they are magically immune. Two even the limited results showed there was no reduction in transference of the virus to women.

But the good news is we have something that is wildly effective in reducing the spread of HIV, requires no surgery, and is commonly available at little or no cost. Condoms.

feminismisahatemovement:

Even a cursory glance at America should tell one something is woefully wrong with the claims of HIV prevention: the USA has far and away the highest rate of MGM/circumcision of all developed nations, but is also the AIDS capital of the first world. HIV is transmitted through body fluids, and cutting half the skin off your son’s penis will not magically prevent him from getting AIDS. If he’s going to have to wear a condom to prevent it anyway, why mutilate his genitals at all?