Monday, August 20, 2012
On Legit Raping
Ok, if one actually looks at the interview it's clear what he was intending to say. He was trying to get across the concept that pregnacy in cases of rape is a lot less common than most people might realize. Unfortunately for him language was not on his side. What was he going to say, "Well in cases of REAL rape," or "Most claims of pregnancy from rape did not actually come from rape." He was a done bird before he opened his mouth.
My problem with it, is whatever the science is no one has claimed it is IMPOSSIBLE for someone being raped to become pregnant because no one is that big of a horse's ass. Once you admit it's possible then you have to ask the question of are we going to give women more grief after the trauma of rape by putting them through some sort of third degree to prove they were in fact raped? I think most people know the answer to that one in their hearts.