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This will probably make you angry, but if it does - share it and speak your mind to those who matter.

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I would like to remind the readers of this article that it is my opinion, and that my complaint is with the COVERAGE of this news story. I do not know enough about the actual crime to comment on it and would therefore prefer not to. My issue is with the coverage of this news story and many others like it across the globe. I hope you will share this article, or your own thoughts on irresponsible journalism today, preferably with the broadcasters themselves if you believe that responsible journalism should take priority over entertaining journalism.

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Where I complained to CNN:

Petitions worth considering:
CNN: Apologize on air for sympathizing with the Steubenville rapists
CNN: Apologize for your disgusting coverage of the Steubenville Rapists


* These petitions are for this example of irresponsible journalism only. If anyone knows of a general petition for media outlets to become more responsible for an anti-rape message then please let me know in the comments and I will add it here. Thank you.



Today CNN broke news of two boys being convicted of rape. See their coverage here.


What they said:

:bulletblue: "two star high school football players"
- positive adjectives attributed to the perpetrators the victim however is only given one adjective 'teenage'

:bulletblue: "it was incredibly emotional, incredibly difficult... to watch what happened... as these two young men that had such promising futures, star football players, very good students, literally watched as they believed their lives fell apart"
- what about the victim? what about her life falling apart?

:bulletblue: "he collapsed. he collapsed"
- elicits sympathy. he collapsed? what about her?

:bulletblue: "alcahol a huge part of this"
- detracts blame

:bulletblue: "he took a photograph of the victim laying naked on the floor that night"
- casual language, when in fact they took a photo of a girl they raped. In my mind this makes me think they also probably had control over their thoughts, but thats personal opinion and an aside from what im point out.

:bulletblue: "the two young men"
- young. detracts blame.

:bulletblue: (played the apology and the perpetrators crying to elicit sympathy for them)
- elicits sympathy

:bulletblue: "very difficult to watch" (his apology)
- elicits sympathy

:bulletblue: "father former alcaholic, lot of trouble with the law, been in prison before"
- elicits sympathy. detracts blame.

:bulletblue: "he hugged him and whispered in his ear"
- language of comforting. he is not the victim.

:bulletblue: he never told his son he loved him
- elicits sympathy. detracts blame.

:bulletblue: "incredibly emotional day"
- to watch them get sentenced? Not to hear about how this girl was raped and photographed ?

:bulletblue: "these two juveniles"
- detracts blame.

:bulletblue: "a 16 year old crying in court"
- implicit youth detracts blame.

:bulletblue: "sound like 16 year olds"
- implicit youth detracts blame.

:bulletblue: "whats the lasting effect though on two young men being found guilty in juvenile court of rape essentially"
- whats the lasting effect of being raped?

:bulletblue: "a courtroom drenched in tears and tragedy"
- the tragedy was the rape. not the conviction.

:bulletblue: "across america scenes like this happen all the time"
- um, not enough, because rape culture means a HUGE amount of rapes go unreported.

:bulletblue: "always that moment of lives being destroyed"
- what about HER life?

:bulletblue: "the most severe thing with these young men is being labelled as registered sex offenders. that label is now placed on them by ohio law"
- the most severe thing is this girls trauma.

:bulletblue: "that will haunt them for the rest of their lives"
- as will being raped for her.

:bulletblue: new employees / neighbours will know in the future
- elicits sympathy

:bulletblue: "its really something that will have a lasting impact, much more of a lasting impact than going to a juvenile facility for one or two years"
- but less impact than the permenant scars of traumatic rape.




My complaint to them:

"I saw your coverage of the Steubenville rape convictions and I am disgusted that the story focused on the lives "falling apart" of two "promising" "star football players" "very good students".

That you made a point to mention that the boys were under the influence of alcohol, that you referred to the photo as being of "the victim laying naked on the floor that night" rather than the fact that they brutally raped a girl and took pictures which shows no remorse for their actions at the time. You broadcasted their apologies which raises empathy for them, and not the victim, and your broadcaster said how 'difficult' it was to watch the apology. How about how difficult it was to endure being raped by two men? You made a point to mention how the father comforted the boy, and how emotional the day was when talking about the apologies made, regardless of the fact that they are the perpetrators NOT the victims in this scenario.

You talked about how much time they will serve, but not about how long that girl will live with that trauma, or how deeply it will affect her life.

CNN you are contributing to a rape culture. The media has to show a negative response to rape cases, all rape cases, to help establish this sick and violent crime as socially unacceptable world wide. You are perpetuating a system which allows people to thoughtlessly do something horrific because the consequences, the real traumatic horrific consequences, of their actions are not shown to them. Instead we see pity and praise for rapists. I will not be watching CNN or using your various products again, I hope your management takes a hard look at prioritising a bias AGAINST rape culture in future news stories."


A shareable version of my recent blog post.
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KissTheSunrise Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2013
Well written article Kathryn, thank you. It's specific, and easily understandable, even by the media.

My two cents worth.
There is no justifying a crime that heinous. Both those evil photographing boys will soon find out what it's like to have someone forcefully take your will and destroy it with theirs only because they're bigger and stronger. The father too.. what did HE teach his boy except to use a woman as an object of his sexual pleasure? He ought to be doing jail time too. That would at least send a message to parents they need to teach their sons to treat women with respect physically.
Any form of rape needs to be treated by law enforcement, the judicial systems and the media with the harshest of severity. That's won't happen as long as the people who are making/enforcing these laws are predominately men. In some ways being raped can be worse than being killed instantly because you continue living with that memory and whatever side effects of it for the rest of your life. :X
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density-tmr Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
A well written article - well done.

You know the thing that strikes me when reading this, the news report and some of the responses you have had here from people is the lack of respect of the other people.

I wonder what happened with the friends of this girl and also of her fellow party goers. What ever happened to the attitude of look out to each other even the person who is a stranger. If she was drunk why wasn't someone making sure she was safe. I don't know - these days there does seem to be too much of an attitude of it isn't happening to me then ignore.

And to the people here who were negative of her and in the article - there is no excuse for rape - nothing makes it right. It is all about respecting other people and making a safe place where people can let it go without coming to harm.

In the words of Maxi Jazz (Faithless) - take care of each other, we are all we have.
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LittleTenshi Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
I have signed the petition. I am shocked.
Thanks for sharing.
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Aurora9912 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I have signed the petition and forwarded the information on. It amazes that still, in 2013, our society allows this attitude to continue. And that is exactly why it has continued-because society has ALLOWED it. Until we make a stand, as you are doing here, nothing will change.
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CreightonInfoEthics Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013
Very well done, Kathryn. Thank you! Your commentary will be used in my class. See [link]
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
That is too excited. Thank you!
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CreightonInfoEthics Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
Thank you for doing such a great job of responding to CNN's coverage!
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Popo-Licious Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well said. CNN is trash, but you make excellent points about the general culture of the media and how it portrays rape.
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Beavisjr Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
all news stations are trash in my opinion.
CNN is just the one that isn't so bad like fox :lol:
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Beavisjr Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
TL;DR reply ahead:
It seems like a hoax.
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EpicStormMage Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You took the words from the article I was gonna write right out of my mouth... :lol: In Toronto, something called alettertoanonymous@gmail.com started up because of this [link]
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LadyKylin Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
In my mind they should both be in some kind of mental instuation. Mentally healty people don't commit rape, drunk or otherwise.
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Beavisjr Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
they say don't get raped, don't get drunk, what about telling them don't rape and have unbuzzing achol? don't see this do you?
even worse many news stations including the US goverment change the story very commonly even with out notice, remember the Newport shooting? with in a day they changed the story many of times leaving out much information. I do think the shooting was planned by the goverment but I digress.
The government do cover up some of the simplest cases of idiots messing up, blaming on almost any thing in media.
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LadyKylin Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
The US's Media is one of the worst.

Still deosn't change the fact that mentally stable people don't rape. Alchol removes inhibations, if someone does something when they were drunk they wanted to do it sober but something held them back. Which means these two teens wanted to rape, without the booze. Ergo they are not mentally stable. Course they could be sociopaths which means if they survive prision they'll do it again, and either get caught or end up Overdoseing on something and do the world a favor by ridding it of themselves. Good people don't rape people.
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Beavisjr Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
Yeah but i remember when it was first mentioned, the girl or the men who raped her weren't even suppose to be there. Also apparently they keep changing it from the girl was drinking and said yes to the other two to rape her, the two men were drinking and then raped her, they all drank and later on raped her.
There is no strait answer on this case-excuse me any case the past few years.

As though you are correct, some people don't need drugs/drinks/ect to rape, even your average person at the cash register may have the eurge to rape you.
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LadyKylin Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
I've not been following this case at all, and the story likly keeps changing becuase everyone who was invovled keeps changing their story. Alchol can effect memory, and rape is also the least reported crime, even more so when people of esteem are invovled. Cover ups are made, then blown, then replaced with new ones. There is no real way to know what happened without having been there. Far as I can tell the whole thing is a tragedy. They are all teenagers and are already messed up.

I know this far better then I wish I did. In college a roommate tried to blackmail me with a shower video. I never really understood why crimes of a sexual nature are so undereported, but despite knowing I did absolutely nothing wrong, I still wonder if I had done something diffrently if I wouldn't have had to go through that mess. Course someone else, someone who didn't have the support network or sheer stubborness might not have been able to put him in his place.
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Beavisjr Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
I agree with that, but my parrents keep it on CNN cause most other channels are shit. Oh yes History channel more WW2 shit, I wonder what happened to the discoveries. So in a way i kinda have no choice to choose to follow the case or not. I think there was a highschool shooting long ago, the original story was that the shooter was depressed and got tired of being bullied, they then covered it up with the parrents but the parrents continuelessly said it wasn't them. They then covered it up with comics but the kid/student never read them-so they decided to use a fucking video game cause it has the same "layout" which has been proven for years that it doesn't even come close. :L The government really likes to choose the shittiest cover ups.

There is over 150k reports of rape/sexual assult. only 14% of these reports are real. So, you kinda get the drift it's hard to believe some one. Also this case about these teens, took 2 months to even get on the news.

Don't forget what I just found on tumblr:
[link]
happened just yesterday.
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camelopardalisinblue Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Where on earth did you get those statistics?
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Beavisjr Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2013
tumblr, twtiter, wikipedia, facebook. i used 4 unreliable sources, if they all say the same why the fuck not?
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LadyKylin Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
I didn't even realize until now that the girl was only 13. I hope she gets a good therapist.

An alarming satistics about the us, The amount of deaths cuased in gun related incidents in a year is the eqvilent of a jumbo jet crashing, in England, it's about four.

I don't really trust any statistics that cover sexual assult and rape, people lie, people get pressured to say they lied. In genral I don't trust statistics, even more so when I can easily find a statistic that says that one 1 in 3 women and 1 in 6 men have been victums of sexual assult or rape.
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Beavisjr Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
no no that is a different case i linnked, that happened only yesterday not the continuing one.


same how it used to be 1/4k then 2 years later 1/108, then 3months later 1/88 then 3 days later 1/50 on autism.
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AnotherOddity Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I know what it is like to be the victim, and I am not pleased. The culprits are not the victims of this most unnatural and bloody offense.

Yes, they may have been star students on the football team. Yes, they may have been drunk.
Yes, this incident has ruined thier teenage lives and reduced them to sorry whelps serving a sentence.

BUT THEY BROUGHT IT UPON THEMSELVES. It is still a crime that they knowingly and consciously forced apon a defenseless fellow human being that has ripped her apart and though may not completely destroy her, will haunt her for her entire life.

The only thing in this world that causes rape is rapists. Period. Excuses aside and period.

The only victim is the victim. And if the victim could have written the papers, she probably would have written-

'Two underage illegally drunken louts RAPED A GIRL AND SHE BLINKING SURVIVED. She turned around and got those criminals arrested and gave them what they deserved and asked for.
THIS GIRL is more than a victim, she's a HERO and a SURVIVOR.'

Or at least that's what I would have written.



I'm thinking of posting a journal myself, but what good would it do.
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doodlemancy Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This whole thing is sickening. Rapists are pretty much the last people that need sympathy, understanding, or second chances. I can't imagine being the victim of a crime like that and turning on the TV to see people sympathizing with the people who hurt me. But I'm glad that at least this bullshit has brought discussion of rape culture to the forefront. The response has been overwhelmingly better than I expected-- I've seen way more people condemning the rapists than I have seen supporting them. Maybe we really are changing for the better.
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SethForeman Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Professional Filmographer
I agree with you 100%. It's unfortunate that the news media wouldn't even report this story until the hackivist group 'anonymous' started bring the details of the case to light. It was very disturbing to see CNN basically try and make these rapists look like saints when they very clearly abused and mistreated this helpless girl.

Anyone who thinks this girl should share in the blame is completely wrong and you obviously don't know anything about the case. Just by watching the video [link] of them talk about what they are doing should make it clear that these guys are nothing more than scumbags.

If you want to know more about this and the football team in ohio that call themselves the 'rape crew' here you go: [link]
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SarahReneeCreations Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
This is too true. I had to shake my head in horror as I watched the news as this was all being said. I just don't understand how some one can make rape sound like its okay.
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WonderSparks Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow... I'm just blown away by this... How could they be so sympathetic for rapists, and NOT the victim? :wtf:
Things like this make me question today's society. :no:
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Temujinsword Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is perfection. You have quite literally pointed out some of the classic flaws in many journalism material. I always try to reserve my judgement until I know why someone commited a crime, and the events that led up to it, but it should always be the victim who is cared for before the perpetrators, not the other way around. Thankfully we don't get CNN in the UK ... otherwise I might be tempted to destroy my television.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
I am in the UK too, I did put in my complaint that I wouldn't be using CNN products again, because they didn't ask what country my complaint was coming from. Chuckles.

I understand that legally (and morally) they can't say much about the victim. I understand and agree with that. I just don't see why they need to say so much about the perpetrators to make up for it, creating imbalance. In my opinion it happens when they are trying to make the news into entertainment.

I don't want my news sources to be entertaining. I want them to be responsible.
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Temujinsword Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, I approve of this! They ought to just give the basic facts of the incident, not elaborate. It's like a chessboard. They should draw the basic black and white blocks, but you don't add the details to only the black squares if you are not doing the same for the white squares.

The news ought to be responsible, accurate and balanced. CNN seems to provide the opposite!
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ninjatakes321 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
haven't you heard? Cnn is a dumbass news channel, everyone hates it

Politics, annonymous, kim jong un, probably hitler, probably jesus, obama, romney, regis, kelly, satan, santa, (my personal role models) Mr. Kasich, nixon (I am not a crook :3)....ummm................CBS, ABC, 123, romney, obama, kelly, regis...
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
Well not everyone or they wouldn't still be broadcasting. Personally I don't believe CNN is the only media outlet guilty of this behaviour, I am just using this specific example which happens to be CNN to encourage people to discuss.
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ninjatakes321 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
All's I know is jesus does : 3


Ummm .____. And rape ain't good. (Yay for relating to everyone in america and noo one in iraq...? : D)
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
I'm not sure what your last comment means I'm afraid. I'm in the UK, I am using the CNN example which deeply angered me to point out a global issue. It's been in the global news recently with cases in India, it is an international problem that is a lot worse in some countries, but the media is an international tool so changing the message that tool portrays could be a huge step in changing global perspectives.
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ninjatakes321 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Ah, but perspectives shouldn't be relied on simply with media.....some people are extremely reliant on it and it's NOT good -_- I mean blegh, we should be appart of the news, not watching
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
I agree that people shouldn't rely on the media, but people do. Saying we shouldnt wont change that, but changing the messages those people get could make a difference.
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ninjatakes321 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
:///3 yupz
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LolitheLeopard Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Shameful. Just...Just shameful how little we think of Rape, or worse yet, imply that the survivor deserved it or "Had it coming." Case in point...[link]

Victims don't cause Rape. Rapists do!
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
Nods, exactly. Well said.
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Please-Not-Last Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Student General Artist
Even if the two football "stars" were actually apologetic, the language used in the article is WAY overblown. And they don't focus on the girl at all - just the guys! The guys aren't the victims, CNN! :stare:

At the same time, this article brings up more points than just our current rape culture. Yes, it was in NO WAY her fault, but what are we (personally, as a society, etc.) doing to make sure something like this doesn't happen again? If alcohol and bad parenting were really involved, those would have had as much of a role in this as did the guys' objectifying attitude towards the girl; not only that, the poor girl obviously had no way to defend herself. So we shouldn't just get mad at the media. We should get mad at ourselves too. :no:
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
Agreed, I am not in anyway saying that the media is to blame for rapes. I am saying they are the biggest tool we have for global communication and they are currently not, in my opinion, communicating a strong enough condemnation of rape.

If it was condemned to the point that a guy knew if he fooled around with a girl when she was passed out drunk, for example, that his friends would never speak to him again because it was such a horrific thing to do - would he consider it?

Some people always will, of course, but stronger societal condemnation would, in my opinion, make people think before they acted more. In the same manner that people don't randomly stab people and think that its okay, because it is strongly condemned.

I think that perceptions of alcohol are also influenced by the media. Underage drinking is seen on TV, even programs like Glee where they made the message against underage drinking you saw young people having a good time, kissing, laughing etc. Its become socially acceptable to talk about underage drinking like its not as big a deal as it is, but if it leads to poor judgement, like in this case perhaps, then it is a big deal not to mention the biological affects of alcohol.
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Please-Not-Last Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Student General Artist
I never meant to imply that you did. ^^; Also, the media doesn't condemn anything strongly unless it's politically correct to do so. (Seriously, I want to kick journalists in the face sometimes. :fork:)

And I agree with your statements about societal condemnation and underage drinking. People definitely need different attitudes about this stuff. :)
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Rovely Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Email sent. I simply cannot believe that this is even an issue. Is it so hard to see that rape is not a joke? That rape is taking a person's life(the victim), and ripping it apart? The trauma that will last forever is being imposed by these rapists. I bet that if some other important or famous figures in the society were raped and it was on the news, there would be change. I only hope that with these steps by individuals, rape culture will be taken seriously.

I also have no idea why alcohol is an excusing factor to almost everything. Alcohol should NOT be an excuse. This may be a bit drastic, but if Hitler was drunk the entire time that he was giving the orders out, would his crimes have been excused? People's lives are being ruined by these events yet nothing is happening. Nothing. I hope that if there are no changes made in the near future, the newer generation will take over and make a change. Maybe the older generation might not know about the seriousness of this issue. But awareness is rising and it is my dearest hope that the younger generation might grow in a world where rape is not casual but a grave problem in the society.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
I'm glad that you expressed your opinions to them. I may be idealistic and naive but I truly think that its better to speak your mind than say nothing, because if we say nothing how are they supposed to know that we want them to change their portrayal of things like this.
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Rovely Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You never know what might happen. No losses from trying. One voice can really make a difference. I just wish.. I can do more. I'd really love to make a community project on the issue of rape but I don't have the sufficient.... situations. I just hope that I can make a small difference in my community at least... I learned more about these issues online than I currently do in my high school. People need to be more informed about these issues(maybe they won't attack other groups such as the feminists[the true feminists-- not the women are better kinds]).

Thank you for replying and for raising awareness about this.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
Small voices get heard sometimes. Sometimes by everyone, and sometimes by someone else with their own small voice and they team up and make a big voice, and sometimes you just get heard by someone who has a big audience to talk about the idea. Whatever the way, there are hopes for change as long as people engage in their surroundings and talk to each other about issues like this.
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Rovely Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Precisely. Changes are often made with the minority bringing attention to an issue. It's the matter of informing and education the people that don't know. And the media should be helping.. but as you pointed out, the media seems to be doing just about the opposite...
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disturbedmartyr Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
THIS is why I'm aiming to become a writer. Let society know that something is WRONG.
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
:nod: me too :tighthug:
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projectilewordvomit Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
THANK YOU. My god. This reminds me of a research paper I did on alcohol and sexual assault a couple years back. Basically, when men drink it's socially acceptable, and if they get too wasted and commit a crime, it's "boys will be boys". While women who get raped are blamed FOR drinking or for making themselves available BY drinking. Double standards much?
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BloodshotInk Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
:nod: No consent means no consent, no matter the circumstances. Not sure if you have consent? If youre not SURE, don't do it. The end.
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