Tuesday, May 28, 2013

"You belong to me."

Today is Tuesday, 28 May 2013.

Concerning the 18-year-old Florida lesbian, against whom the States Attorney (SA) has filed felony charges, claiming that her relationship with a 14-and-a-half-year old lesbian constitutes sexual battery, which could send her to prison for 15 years.  The (male, of course) SA claims that he is acting in the best interests of the child.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Such laws date, in their essence, from ancient times, and epitomize the principle that (to put it unvarnished) "pussy is property".  Women belong to their parents, or, if they are unmarried and their parents are dead, to their nearest male relative, or to their husbands.  Any form of emotional and/or sexual intimacy (particularly the latter) which is unauthorized by the owning male is infringement upon the male's property rights.  In all societies dominated by males, virginity is prized, and the lack thereof severely reduces the price which may be obtained for the bitch.That is, in classical economic terms, the exchange value of the bitch is screwed, as it were.

Only in the 1830s did it begin to be recognized, under the laws of the United States Empire and its several states, that women were not property  but a type of person, who could own their own property.  However, underage women are, in sight of the law, still the equivalent of a cow or used car.

Full liberation is required.


Anonymous Another Perspective said...

I agree that this particular case is troublesome, similar to a case of statutory rape charges against an 18-year-old man with an underage girlfriend. Each case must be individually considered, hopefully by someone with more compassion and sense than political savvy.

On the other hand, I do believe that we have an obligation to protect our children, and sexual predators of adolescent girls and boys should be held responsible for their actions. At what age do you believe girls should be "fully liberated"? Despite the poignant tale of Romeo and Juliet, I believe that young teenagers are still more child than adult.

I don't have easy answers, but even while sympathizing with the young woman charged in this case I found myself grimacing at the tender age of her lover. As a parent, I would not be concerned with the lesbian relationship but with any sexual relationship at that age.

Hopelessly old-fashioned and conventional? You may think so. Whatever our differences, a conversation with you would never be boring.

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