neverdidlikeyou
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Aug 21, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on School Board President's Comments on Alleged Garfield Rape Case "Appall" and "Dishearten".
@11, I'm sure talking with him for more than half a minute is warning enough for anyone.
Aug 21, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on Stanford Student Compares Rape to Bicycle Theft.
@32, I've never left my vagina unattended. The analogy still doesn't hold up.
Aug 21, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on Stanford Student Compares Rape to Bicycle Theft.
(I do think these guys should still be called out on it, I just don't think it's newsworthy)
Aug 21, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on Stanford Student Compares Rape to Bicycle Theft.
@2, I mostly agree. Every time another story like this pops up I basically look at the age, roll my eyes, and hope the douche grows out of this mindset quickly. I do however wish colleges would ding these dudes for plagiarism. GET A NEW CRAPPY ARGUMENT, BRO.
Aug 20, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on Photo of the Week: Shirtless in Seattle?.
@17, the bigger chested among us often have sports bras that have the same clasps in the back as "bra bras". They tend to make for a better fit / more support. So basically that could be a sports bra, who knows?

But seriously, fuck putting this up for people to mock, Kelly O.
Jul 29, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on SL Letter of the Day: Sex After HPV.
@6, "That said, if you think you've already been exposed it's pointless to get vaccinated."

According to my doc way back when, that's not true. Like the article says there are 40+ strains of HPV, so vaccination could still protect you against a strain you haven't been exposed to. That said, I would absolutely defer to an actual medical doctor on this point.
Jul 29, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on SL Letter of the Day: Sex After HPV.
@1I think you got bad info. I got vaccinated several years ago in my mid 20s in TX, after being sexually active for several years and already testing positive for some strain of HPV.
Jul 25, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on Four Questions About the Garfield High School Rape Case.
@11, well considering he ADMITTED TO RAPING HER, yeah, I think he should have been expelled.

But for the sake of argument, let's say he didn't admit it and it was just "she said he raped her" vs "he said he didn't". At the very least I'd expect the school/district to follow the law and to be as neutral between the two students as possible. They did neither. (Actually I'd prefer institutions to give more benefit of a doubt to the alleged victim at the outset, for the safety of students and because we live in such a heavily slanted-toward-the-rapist society, but I'd settle for neutral).

For Dominic or any other journalist: In cases where the alleged perp actually admits to the crime (like here) can you switch out alleged for admitted? I would think that would still fly since it's truth, even if they haven't been convicted.
Jul 25, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on Four Questions About the Garfield High School Rape Case.
@4, in addition to 5 above, it's about power, not violence.
Again from the article, "When asked if Emily said anything during the incident, the boy disclosed to the school district investigator, “I did not pay attention to her that much.”"
That's not lust or desire or whatever else you want to dismiss it as, it's about his feeling of entitlement to her body and not caring what she thought about any of it.
Jul 25, 2014 neverdidlikeyou commented on Four Questions About the Garfield High School Rape Case.
so basically, even in his version of events he admits to raping her and SPS still did jack shit.