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Apr 12 2021

Expanding Concept of Rape by Redefining Consent

Critical theory, the ideology of our ruling class, is an outgrowth of postmodernism, which stresses the power of language to reshape what people think of as reality. Consequently, leftists have become masters at changing the definition of words. “Liberal” now means “leftist.” “Infrastructure” now means “whatever Democrats see fit to waste other people’s money on.” New York State Assemblywoman Rebecca Seawright has proposed a bill that weaponizes laws against rape by redefining the word “consent.”

Seawright’s proposed definition, via Simple Justice:

“Consent” means freely given knowledgeable and informed agreement; such agreement must be obtained without the use of malice such as forcible compulsion, duress, coercion, deception, fraud, concealment or artifice.

Consider the ramifications. “But you told me you were a big shot or I wouldn’t have put out” would qualify as a rape accusation.

You might say the accuser is a rapist too for wearing false eyelashes, which is artifice. However, the probable objective is to incarcerate men, who are the worst people on earth after Caucasians, according to liberal ideology.

What “malice” might mean in this context will be open to interpretation. Hate crime laws have opened a can of worms by trying to criminalize the way people feel.

As Simple Justice notes, this redefinition would potentially turn any sexual encounter that is regretted afterward into assault:

If so inclined, one need only parse the courting ritual for a claim that’s sufficiently wiggly to constitute deception and, boom, rape.

Daily Wire reminds us that undermining justice by distorting the concept of consent is old news on college campuses, which serve as incubation chambers for every new disease that leftists unleash on us.

On tips from ABC of the ANC, Wiggins, and Dragon’s Lair.


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