Red Ink Flowing:: When Does Rape Become Enjoyable?

The TV series of programs in the “Law And Order” family are among the most popular programs ever in the history of the TV industry. And why do you suppose that might be? I am sure all the “experts” on popularity have their own ideas of why this is so. Well, I am certainly no “expert” in anything other than survival but I would like to offer my opinion on why this is so.

I think these programs are so popular because people of every persuasion want to believe in justice.

There is one particular group of these programs called: “Law And Order: SVU”. And in this series there are a few episodes that I simply cannot watch because they expose the deepest darkest side of human nature and despite their disclaimer that no real persons are reflected, most people recognize that there are far too many real world parallels for comfort.

And in some of these episodes, there are gifted actors that portray fictional characters whose defense when charged with rape runs along these lines: 

  • “She seduced me.”
  • “She wanted it.”
  • “She enjoyed it.”


At what point does rape become a pleasurable experience for the victim? 

And whom among us are not revolted and angered by such nonsense?

And whom among us are willing to believe that if we “Just lay back and don’t fight it you will inevitably enjoy it.”?

And the “IT” that I am referring to here is “Obamacare”. 

The Obama Regime is encouraging people to become the evangelists for Obamacare in their own family and social groups over Thanks Giving dinner. Their message is truly quite simple: Lie back and quit fighting and eventually you will enjoy the experience.

I won’t belabor you with the horrendously offensive aspects of this Socialist doctrine. Nor can I predict the level of socially unacceptable behavior that might erupt should some fool attempt to do that in my home much less over Thanks Giving dinner (ALL of which I personally prepare from scratch ).

But I will encourage you to think about your own families and extended families and decide for yourself if there is a point at which this rape experience could possibly become enjoyable;  rape of our free will, rape of our religious convictions, rape of free markets, rape of our Constitution, a brutal rape of the American Dream and personal freedoms.

And for those of us old enough to remember what a free nation once felt like I encourage us all to be truly thankful for this land for which “...God shed his grace on thee”. 

And in giving thanks and sharing thanks with our friends and families may we refresh our faith in those things that gave this nation strength in the past and draw on those same strengths to restore her to her place in the world.

May your Thanks Giving truly be a period of giving thanks for friends and families and may God Bless you all and may God Bless America - Again.

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Comment by Morry Markovitz on December 6, 2013 at 10:41am


Did your English language teachers explain the error of splitting infinitives?

Comment by Morry Markovitz on December 6, 2013 at 10:31am


Is your reference to "analogy school" supposed to be some kind of analogy to something or other?   The only people I know who have spoken of analogy school have their heads stuck in an area described by its first four letters.

Comment by Pete Zeria on December 5, 2013 at 3:00pm

Darwin, I appreciate your post, thank you for it. Carol, on the other hand, needs to go back to analogy school to get a better idea of how to actually use one.

Comment by Darwin Rockantansky on December 4, 2013 at 7:35pm

Actually, been there done that - the shoulder to lean on in a rape aftermath (my niece) so please do not lecture me about what you do not know. You cite "violent sexual attack" as your criteria. To me a very real threat of confiscation of everything I own and or prison time for failure to comply constitutes violence in the extreme. If you attack me or my family I will lay you to rest in less than ten seconds. If "you" are the government then I am helpless - just like the majority of rape victims.
A violent attack on the very core of my religious convictions renders a wound much deeper than just a physical violation of my person.
I guess you are right...using rape as an analogy my be inappropriate but more properly stated the analogy is simply INADEQUATE but my ability to convey my feelings is somewhat limited by my life experiences.

Comment by Pete Zeria on December 4, 2013 at 5:01pm

There are plenty of ways to describe why you feel violated by this law but your choice to compare the ACA to a violent sexual attack (which is what rape is) only shows how little you understand about rape and it's aftermath. Unless you've been raped, or personally know someone who has, please refrain from the rape analogies because not only do they desensitize everyone to the horror that is rape, they also make you look so idiotic that people will overlook your initial and valid point.

Comment by Darwin Rockantansky on December 2, 2013 at 11:22pm

Preventing actual rapes? Really?

A local college student, who happens to have a concealed carry permit, was brutally beaten and raped within site of the guard station in the parking garage of our local college - because our local college does not allow the carrying of privately owned fire arms.

Just how is one supposed to stop such things when the victims and would be victims are denied their constitutional rights to defend themselves?

If you find the analogy disgusting then you either you have never had to deal with a rape victim and or you are an advocate of the ACA form of rape. Being forced to unwillingly submit to an act of intrusion into ones person is a fair definition of rape.

The ACA is not affordable by myself or anyone else that I know; some have lost the coverage they need, want and can afford and some may yet be forced into a situation whereby they lose their homes as an unintended consequence.

The visions of ideologues have never withstood the light of day in the real world and quite often that light of day is simply the torch of freedom burning bright.

Comment by Debrajoe Smith-Beatty on November 28, 2013 at 5:27am

Do not listen to Obama  he is nuts!

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