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 Post subject: Re: Duke LaCrosse Team, Part Deux
PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2015 3:19 pm 
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A college student who carries around a mattress accuses a fellow male student of rape then releases a porn video filmed in her dorm room? And she is followed by the entire world's mainstream media and every word she utters is take as utter truth?

Sounds par for the course.

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 Post subject: Re: Duke LaCrosse Team, Part Deux
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http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/anti-rape-activist-emma-sulkowicz-releases-sex-video-art-article-1.2247676



WTF?

This chick is twisted.



Yeah. You could tell she was nutty as squirrel turds from the previous stuff. This just adds another layer.

Seems to be a proliferation of mentally disturbed young women quickly accusing dudes of rape because they know it would easily harm the accused and be taken as the truth. An increasing trend?[/quote]

Point taken: do not talk to young women, EVER!

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 Post subject: Re: Duke LaCrosse Team, Part Deux
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Let me quote from her [Emma-Matress Girl] windy introduction to her amateur rape porn. Read this carefully; this gives the game away.

Ceci N'est Pas Un Viol is not about one night in August, 2012. It's about your decisions, starting now. It's only a reenactment if you disregard my words. It's about you, not him.

Do not watch this video if your motives would upset me, my desires are unclear to you, or my nuances are indecipherable.

You might be wondering why I've made myself this vulnerable. Look--I want to change the world, and that begins with you, seeing yourself. If you watch this video without my consent, then I hope you reflect on your reasons for objectifying me and participating in my rape, for, in that case, you were the one who couldn't resist the urge to make Ceci N'est Pas Un Viol about what you wanted to make it about: rape.

Please, don't participate in my rape. Watch kindly.


Now, if you understand what the hell she is talking about, please raise you hand.

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 Post subject: Re: Duke LaCrosse Team, Part Deux
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I doubt she even knows.

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I don't have enough estrogen receptors in my brain to understand that.

She makes a video, presumably some sort of re-enactment and then she mocks the viewers. :roll:

It's just fucking crazy. It makes my head hurt. She is NEVER going to be happy in her life I fear. Maybe someone will find the right medicine for the neurotransmitters she is missing.

The thing is her 'education" probably contributed to her mental illness.

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 Post subject: Re: Duke LaCrosse Team, Part Deux
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I don't have enough estrogen receptors in my brain to understand that.

She makes a video, presumably some sort of re-enactment and then she mocks the viewers. :roll:

It's just fucking crazy. It makes my head hurt. She is NEVER going to be happy in her life I fear. Maybe someone will find the right medicine for the neurotransmitters she is missing.

The thing is her 'education" probably contributed to her mental illness.

I thought "I'm trying to find myself" was finished in 1975.

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 Post subject: Re: Duke LaCrosse Team, Part Deux
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http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/ ... my-review/

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‘MATTRESS GIRL’ EMMA SULKOWICZ JUST RELEASED A SEX TAPE: HERE’S MY REVIEW

by MILO YIANNOPOULOS5 Jun 2015

In preparing for this review, my researcher had to watch Emma Sulkowicz, a.k.a. “Mattress Girl,” perform fellatio on an overweight man eleven times. He tells me that he is now seriously considering homosexuality.

Sulkowicz is famous for an extremely dubious rape allegation against a fellow student at Columbia University, and then staging a bizarre and attention-seeking “protest” at the university’s and subsequently local law enforcement’s stubborn refusal to find him guilty purely on her say-so.

She carried a mattress around with her on campus and refused to put a stop to her narcissistic antics until he was punished (for a crime he most likely did not commit) or she graduated (which, for reasons that escape the common man, Columbia has allowed her to do). The boy’s account of what happened between the night Sulkowicz says she was raped and graduation is harrowing, and serves as a warning to any student stupid enough to consider having sex on one of today’s college campuses, with their Twilight Zone extrajudicial rape hearings and the absurdities of Title IX legislation.

Naturally, Sulkowicz has become a feminist icon. But the activists and bloggers who supported her will be feeling a little uneasier this week, after she peeled back a few more layers on her own deep psychological dysfunction and apparently limitless ego by resorting to that age-old remedy for waning stardom: the sex tape.

Of course, like Sulkowicz’s previous psychiatric outburst, it’s all dressed up as “art,” else the men in white coats would already be on their way over to Morningside Heights. A website, titled “This is not a rape” (in French — ooh la la!) hosted, until earlier this afternoon, the video, which we may as well do the courtesy of examining as a work of creative activity, as Sulkowicz insists, rather than a sordid cry for help.

Good porn never starts with a pop quiz so we’re off to a poor start with the site’s bizarre and incomprehensible statements which reach for, but fail to grasp, profundity. Sulkowicz’s inner nine-year-old is never far from the surface: questions she asks visitors include “Do you think I’m the perfect victim or the world’s worst victim?” and “Do you hate me? If so, how does it feel to hate me?”

And then it’s down to business. If you absolutely must watch the video, you can, at least for the time being, find it here. But don’t say I didn’t warn you. Porn star Mercedes Carrera described it earlier today as “a bad amateur sex tape from an attention-seeking histrionic.” She was being too generous… but let’s plough on.

At the start of the tape, Sulkowicz enters a dorm room, blue-haired — for that is the uniform of the Internet feminist and masturbatory social justice warrior — pursued by a bear. Online critics have expressed dismay at the fact she hasn’t bothered to make the carpet match the drapes by dying her pubic hair blue. It’s a recent innovation known to the social justice community as “the full San Francisco.” Perhaps this fashion-forward intimate grooming trend is yet to appear on the east coast.

What follows is punchy. By which I mean Sulkowicz gets punched, though she insists in the unhinged copy on her website that everything in the video is consensual. There follows much quivering of flesh and a deeply unsatisfactory blow job. As a queer, I can tell you it is probably the most lazily and messily administered head I have seen in years. If this is the sort of oral sex straight men are getting, can anyone blame them for retreating into pornography and video games? :lol:

Emma gets on top and grinds around for a minute or so, trying to show off her sinewy, sexual side, but leaving this author wondering if she might need a scoliosis brace. Then there’s a bit of punching, and a bit of apparently forced sex — which Sulkowicz says has nothing whatsoever to do with her alleged real-life rape, not at all, not one bit, don’t you even think it!

If you know what hentai is, you’ll be familiar with the spectacle of a blue-haired Asian woman screaming for it all to stop whilst not really meaning it with a man pounding away noiselessly like a mechanistic rape engine. It’s not exactly an original set-up.

Perhaps the most despicable section of the film is the creepily self-conscious fetal position into which Sulkowicz places herself after her sexual partner has left the room, clothes in hand. She’s practised that for hours, has our girl. For how long, one wonders, did she rehearse?

Readers anxious for more granular detail will most likely already have followed the link above. We shall pass over gorier specifics, save to observe that for someone who has previously urged a sexual partner to “Fuck me in the butt,” Sulkowicz doesn’t seem to particular enjoy this activity, nor show any special aptitude for it.

It’s telling, I think, that in Sulkowicz’s purported college dorm room there are no books. She has the same lack of interest in aesthetics as she does in intellectual enrichment: both in her choice of sexual partner (apparently satisfactory member notwithstanding) and the grim, bare walls with which she surrounds herself. Though I expect the austerity of her room reflects her barren emotional interior really rather well.

You can tell “dad bods” are in fashion because both of the people in this video have one. But you do at least have to give an actress credit for doing nude scenes with a man who has larger breasts than she does. Sulkowicz’s size queendom apparently extends to love handles and leave the viewer sympathetic to the travails of her infamous mattress.

It’s revealing of her vanity that she insists on being filmed from four angles. Every crevasse of her unappealing naked body must be considered. Her congressional interlocutor is a gruesome sight in three dimensions, chosen, probably, to make young Emma look thinner. Which doesn’t work, I’m sorry to say.

All in all, it’s a tawdry, miserable encounter that tells us nothing about sexual assault or sex itself but quite a bit about the quasi-demonic inner workings of one Emma Sulkowicz.

This tape is not a depiction of rape, even a fictional one. (She puts the condom on him, for a start. Later, she entreats him: “Hit me again.”) It is a clumsily choreographed exercise in self-love designed to propel Sulkowicz into the public eye again, just as her original false allegations and mattress-carrying did before. It obliterates the line between guilty pleasure and revolting spectacle.

And, just as her mattress fiasco damaged the real victims of rape by making it harder for women everywhere to report crimes and be believed, so too does this narcissistic sociopath’s latest pseudo-intellectual endeavour make life worse for other women. By subordinating every element of the video’s production to her own intergalactic ego, Sulkowicz trivialises rape by leveraging it as a trivial plot point in the continuing melodrama of her own self-obsession.

Rating: unfappable
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 Post subject: Re: Duke LaCrosse Team, Part Deux
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By Linda LeFauve - August 23, 2015


I recently published an article dismantling putative campus sexual assault expert David Lisak’s contention that 90 percent of campus rapes are committed by psychopathic serial predators. I showed that none of the research for this claim—data collected, as it turned out, not by Lisak but by his students while working on their dissertations, some of it more than two decades old—had anything to do with campus sexual assault. In fact, the paper in which he made this claim included not a single reference to student violence. Even the nature of the assaults as “serial” was undermined when Lisak admitted during a telephone interview with me that “a number” of the incidents reported were domestic violence; that is, abusive, not predatory. His descriptions of targeted victims and meticulous planning were based, he’d said, on interviews he’d done. When I asked how he had interviewed men completing anonymous surveys for his graduate students, he refused to answer any more questions.

I thought my critique of Lisak’s work, cited by policymakers at the state and federal level as proof of a rape epidemic, might give pause to the higher education community. I hoped that belief in David Lisak’s monstrous predator would be reconsidered.

When the article was published, I did hear from many people happy to see a light shone on such a flawed theory. Within 48 hours of the article’s publication, I had been a guest on four radio shows whose conservative hosts were thoughtfully appreciative of the work. Most of the subsequent coverage was through conservative media, virtually all of it positive.

I found myself waiting for the other shoe to drop. I had certainly expected to hear from detractors. Lisak maintains a high profile as a campus rape expert and, by pointing a finger at a “cause” with a “solution,” he had given college campuses an anchor around which to develop sexual assault programs, a godsend considering the pressure campuses are under to address the issue. (The irony that the pressure is in large part due to Lisak’s influence with policymakers is an issue unto itself.) He has also generated near acolyte behavior among his followers, and I had prepared myself for accusations about my motivation or about the harm I was somehow inflicting.

I am still waiting. To date, I have heard from no one, and read nothing, defending Lisak or claiming harm to campus efforts to curb sexual violence because I had dared to call out this foundation of prevention efforts. Perhaps the article never made it onto the radar of people so inclined. Perhaps they didn’t consider my critique or Robby Soave’s revealing conversation with Lisak’s former student, Jim Hopper, important. Or credible. Or relevant.

Or perhaps the fact that the media response has come from one end of the ideological spectrum has revealed this a political issue.

On that, let me be clear. I personally use neither “conservative” nor “liberal” pejoratively; to me, they are simply convenient labels for the way perspectives on complex issues tend to cluster. I am nearly pathologically objective on matters of research protocol, statistical analysis, and the logic driving conclusions. I have no agenda, no ulterior motive. Lisak’s claims about campus serial predators are simply not credible.

Further, questioning research that has driven federal policy and spawned countless campus programs is not the equivalent of questioning the issue of campus violence itself. That David Lisak’s assured statements have been assumed to be correct is even understandable when he is continuously presented as the nation’s expert on campus sexual assault. When evidence is presented that contradicts that carefully cultivated status, it can be jarring to pause, reconsider, and reevaluate what campuses have done in response to his presumed expertise.

But dismissing a critique of any research as politically motivated—if indeed that is what is happening—carries with it long-term consequences. In the case of campus sexual assault, both the safety of our students and the principle of due process are at risk. All ideological perspectives should weigh in on those points.

I’d been prepared for detractors when my article was published. The silence has been worse. To those inclined to be dismissive of anyone questioning the form or degree of campus violence, I note only this: When we are skeptical of mythical monsters, we clear the way for informed action.

Linda LeFauve is associate vice president for planning and institutiona


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