A real man doesn’t rape… a real woman doesn’t false accuse.
STOP MAKING IT SEEM LIKE RAPE IS AN EQUAL THING ON BOTH SIDES!!!!
1 in four women gets raped. Does one in four man gets falsely accused? no.
91% og all rape victims are women
99% of all perpetrators are men.
about 3-8% of accusations are accounted for as false. This includes the ones where rape actually happend, but there was not enough proof according to the police, and it was claimed false.
false accusations are not a problem.
Rape and rapists are a problem
Melinda Coleman and her children left town after a social and legal disaster involving allegations of sexual assault by Coleman’s 14-year-old daughter, Daisy, against a 17-year-old high school senior and football player.
The football player, Matthew Barnett, was quickly arrested and charged with sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child, but after a series of victim blaming, the charges were dropped without explanation. Six months after Coleman took her family out of Maryville, her house burned down.
After a firestorm of criticism following a story by The Kansas City Star with the decision not to file any charges, Nodaway County Prosecutor Robert Rice has reversed himself. On Wednesday, Rice announced that he has asked a judge to appoint a special prosecutor to look into the case. Daisy Coleman may have her day in court after all.
Read the full article here and the original story here.
Fox News host Elisabeth Hasselbeck on Thursday suggested that welfare recipients who had air conditioning and cell phones were part of the “ugly side of entitlements.”
During Thursday’sFox & Friends, Hasselbeck plugged a report that libertarian Fox Business host John Stossel is running this week that he claims will show how welfare creates a culture of dependency.
“Do these folks really need to be on welfare,” she asked, followed by video of Stossel interview apparent welfare recipients on the street.
“Yeah, I have a TV,” one woman says.
“Yeah, I have a television,” a man tells Stossel.
“Do you have air conditioning,” Stossel presses. “Yes,” the man replies.
“John Stossel checking into that and exposing the ugly side of entitlements,” Hasselbeck remarked following the video clip.
Round two of the infamously terrible Fox News argument that having a refrigerator makes one no longer living in poverty.
So heat waves kill more Americans every year than any other natural disaster, but air conditioning is some extravagant luxury when poor people have it?
I mean, I guess this isn’t surprising given how these awful people act about food stamps.
Inspirational Quotes #NewPost 
You’re a tax payer, Harry.
the part of the government shutdown that is most alarming to me is the fact that the WIC program (that helps new moms and parents get food for themselves and their babies) has about a week’s worth of funding left to run on and then it’s going to be shut down
that means there are going to be MOMS AND BABIES who are NOT EATING because A BUNCH OF WHITE MEN AREN’T DOING THEIR JOBS PROPERLY
and that is TERRIFYING AND DISGUSTING
So as this is likely the first government shutdown in the memory of most if not all of the people posting here on tumblr (I was 8 in 1995), it might be helpful to refresh our memories on what exactly is going to happen when the federal government doesn’t have a budget.
In 1968, the minimum wage was $1.60. Now, the federal minimum wage is $7.25. Yet when compared with the inflation rate, how do they measure up?
"Meet the 8 men who just put 800,000 people out of work. They have a net worth of $119,003,347" #shutdown
“Instead of sending weapons to Afghanistan and all these countries which are suffering from terrorism, send books. Instead of sending tanks send pens. Instead of sending soldiers, send teachers.”
The ever inspiring Malala Yousafzai speaking last week at the UN at the first anniversary of Global Education First, which aims to put every child in school.
Watch this video to see Malala speak and find out more: http://uni.cf/16PXDAT