Is Cory Feldman responsible to lead a charge against pedophilia in Hollywood?
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« Reply #20 on: November 02, 2017, 07:14:48 am »

You don't have to use those exact words to push the leftist SJW narrative.    The fact that you are a feminist says it all.   

What did your goddess Hillary say?   Oh that's right, women are the real victims of war because men go off to fight and end up getting killed.

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« Reply #21 on: November 02, 2017, 07:32:26 am »

You don't have to use those exact words to push the leftist SJW narrative.    The fact that you are a feminist says it all.  

What did your goddess Hillary say?   Oh that's right, women are the real victims of war because men go off to fight and end up getting killed.


OK, so you can't find posts where I used language approaching the terms you credited to me.

Accuse first, then attempt to redirect later.  Is that really how you want to roll?

Of course, when all else fails, invoke Hillary out of nowhere.

Weak as water, and goodnight.
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« Reply #22 on: November 02, 2017, 07:52:47 am »

No "repair" needed.   You made the claim that women are disadvantaged, which is clearly a lie in the west.     Western women are extremely privileged.   
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« Reply #23 on: November 02, 2017, 02:15:30 pm »

Under Canadian Law.

14 year olds are capable of consenting to having sex with older people - providing there is no relationship where the older person can exploit the younger one:  his teacher, his hockey coach, his boss, his doctor, his landlord (or the parents landlord.)

If Kevin Spacey had asked Anthony Rapp to have sex it would have been legal under Canadian law.  They were acquaintances.  Grabbing someone, throwing them on a bed, then jumping on top of them without their prior knowledge AND consent is assault no matter what the age.

Hearsay. It's possible Spacey did that but he doesn't remember it and was a drunkard at the time.

Memory doesn't work like videotape. Our memories change over time. We add details, change perspectives, layer on feelings and meanings. This is one of the reasons I can not give credence to someone coming forward 30 years later to say X did Y, especially in a culture where we trust the victim first and try the alleged perpetrator without a trial. This way of conducting a trial creates a positive feedback loop for the purported victim that encourages abuse with no consequence.

Here are the facts as we know them: Many people say Spacey is a dirty old man. There are plenty of images of Spacey dating younger men. One man said he picked him up and threw him on a bed and that was it. A woman came forward and said Spacey had a reputation.

That's it.

Unless you have a video of him doing something then he's just another person who likes people much younger than him who may or may not be lecherous. Neither is a crime. And if there were incontrovertible proof of Spacey picking up this young man there is still no crime, the statute of limitations has run out, so what is it people are expecting he do? If Spacey apologizes it should be to Rapp himself, as in, it should be a private affair. What people want is a public apology because the mob is angry and wants blood wherever it can get it. That mentality is wrong and we shouldn't encourage it. 
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