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Old 10-12-2016, 03:51 PM
 
Location: Washington State
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Your "woman" expects men to brag about sexually assaulting women? That speaks volumes about why neither one of you has a clue about how Feminists think and what they care about. Your "woman" probably has been sexually assaulted often enough that she doesn't even recognize it as an assault when a man she doesn't know gropes her genitalia without invitation.
Liberals have zero credibility. When member of a certain religion rape and grope, they excuse it and laugh and cheer it on, same thing when Bill Clinton rapes women, they love it. But have Trump jokingly say something naughty about a woman and it's the worst thing ever....liberal liars make me sick.

 
Old 10-12-2016, 04:11 PM
 
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Does it look like a lot of women in general, and more specifically those who have experience that kind of behavior, believe that it was just 'locker room banter'? What about women who have experienced the disgusting and illegal actions that trump described? Making a joke out of it, along with all the guys who think it is nothing? Nope.

"Elsewhere, on social media and in private conversations, Trump's comments were a reminder of a culture that denigrates women and treats them as mere objects of sexual desire, referred to as rape culture.
Oxford noted as much within minutes of her tweet, as women shared their stories using the hashtag #NotOkay.
"I am currently receiving two sex assault stories per second. Anyone denying rape culture, please look at my timeline now," she said.

Later that evening, another rallying cry surfaced to mobilize the vote against Trump. Enraged by Trump's comments, writer-performer Amanda Duarte posted on Facebook the phrase "November 8: P***y Grabs Back.""



Trump comments stir memories of sexual assault - CNN.com
Don't place too much thought into it Kat.

You can only dream of what it is like to be on the minds of even (good) men
 
Old 10-12-2016, 05:27 PM
 
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One of my sisters posted this on Facebook today (all three sisters are Christian, with two R and one D), and all three wrote that they were impressed that this female pastor was urging women to forsake Donald John Trump.


I decided against posting that it seemed odd to me that many such women were just fine and dandy with Mr. Trump when he was speaking about religious tests, mocking the disabled, mocking POWs, mocking women like Rosie O'Donnell (or whatever her name is) and 'fat women', shutting down the press, imposing severe torture, etc.


However, when Mr. Trump spoke of his wanting to have sexual relations with a white, married woman (Nancy O'Dell), that went 'too far'.


I imagine that Mr. Trump is playing with the idea of alienating many of his Southern White Male supporters. It would be easy to do: he is a Yankee, and he does not like 'losers'. The Confederacy lost the Civil War. That makes those that continue, to this day, to waive the Battle Flag of Northern Virginia (the most common flag) 'losers'.


Yes. That would work. I shall await Mr. Trump to make such a statement. You know that he feels that in his heart of hearts.
Yes, far better to vote for corruption in government than a man who said a dirty word.. Really intelligent.
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