Been getting more and more frustrated with the SJW and modern feminist movement especially on the topic of rape and the idea of rape culture. When all it does is fundamentally distract from the problem by focusing on one that doesn't exist
This quote for me summarizes my views on it.
"Rape culture ideology is terribly sick and it trivializes actual victims of sexual violence. We cannot keep sticking our heads in the sand and just blaming this “rape culture” bullshit instead of looking for the actual sources and solutions to the horrible problem of rape and sexual violence."
What is super irritating though is its pretty much been debunked by organisations like RAINN (american organization) yet its ignored or twisted to meed the SJW agenda.
Source for info below:
Perpetrators of Campus Sexual Assault: What We Know
In the last few years, there has been an unfortunate trend towards blaming “rape culture”
for the extensive problem of sexual violence on campuses. While it is helpful to point out
the systemic barriers to addressing the problem, it is important to not lose sight of a simple
fact: Rape is caused not by cultural factors but by the conscious decisions, of a small
percentage of the community, to commit a violent crime.
While that may seem an obvious point, it has tended to get lost in recent debates. This has
led to an inclination to focus on particular segments of the student population (e.g.,
athletes), particular aspects of campus culture (e.g., the Greek system), or traits that are
common in many millions of law-abiding Americans (e.g., “masculinity”), rather than on the
subpopulation at fault: those who choose to commit rape. This trend has the paradoxical
effect of making it harder to stop sexual violence, since it removes the focus from the
individual at fault, and seemingly mitigates personal responsibility for his or her own actions.
By the time they reach college, most students have been exposed to 18 years of prevention
messages, in one form or another. Thanks to repeated messages from parents, religious
leaders, teachers, coaches, the media and, yes, the culture at large, the overwhelming
majority of these young adults have learned right from wrong, and enter college knowing
that rape falls squarely in the latter category.
Research supports the view that to focus solely on certain social groups or “types” of
students in the effort to end campus sexual violence is a mistake. Dr. David Lisak estimates
that three percent of college men are responsible for more than 90% of rapes.iii
studies suggest that between 3-7% of college men have committed an act of sexual violence
or would consider doing so. It is this relatively small percentage of the population, which
has proven itself immune to years of prevention messages, that we must address in other
ways. (Unfortunately, we are not aware of reliable research on female college perpetrators.)