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The #RapeCulture Feminists Ignore

Posted on | February 25, 2015 | 16 Comments

Don’t expect @JessicaValenti or any other feminist to mention the names Qumaire Rainey, Edward London and Casey Franks:

One of several victims of a Jan. 19 home invasion and robbery was sexually assaulted four times by three of the assailants, according to Metro’s arrest report.
Three teens arrested in the attacks were in court Friday morning.
The judge set no bail for 18-year-old Qumaire Rainey, 18, Edward London, 17, and Casey Franks, 16. . . .
The attacks and robbery began about 7:30 p.m. when four male teens kicked in the door of the home in the southwest Las Vegas Valley, grabbed a male victim, forced him to the floor and pointed a gun to his head. As some of the men began ransacking the house, another suspect held a knife to the victim’s throat.
An adult woman who was sleeping upstairs was awakened by loud crashes and noise. One of the assailants pushed through the door into her bedroom and put a gun to her head. He repeatedly questioned her: “Where is the safe, bitch? Where is the money? Where is the gold?” The man then walked down the hallway to the children’s bedroom.
In that bedroom, he confronted another adult woman who was sleeping with two children. After demanding to know where he would find valuables, he ordered her to keep the children in the room or they all would be killed. After taking valuables from the bedroom, the man returned to the other adult woman.
He forced her into another bedroom, pulled off her clothing and began sexually assaulting her. She begged him not to rape her. She told police he choked her as he raped her. Another suspect entered the room and demanded that she perform oral sex on him.
A third suspect then came to the room and raped her. She begged him to stop.
Moments later, another assailant, who appeared to be the group’s leader, ordered the other suspect to stop assaulting the woman. “This isn’t why we’re here. If you wanna get your rocks off, we can call one our bitches or hoes.” He then helped the woman off the floor and apologized.
As soon as this man left the room, another suspect entered and raped the woman a third time.

Raped three times by three armed assailants in her own home — yeah, you might think a story like that would be of interest to feminists who manufactured a fake gang rape at the University of Virginia to dramatize their “rape culture” agenda. In fact, the victim in Las Vegas is something of a celebrity, a former porn performer known at Cytherea.

Despite the high-profile victim and the brutality of the crime, however, this has been greeted with total silence from the “rape culture” feminists. Matt Forney at Return of Kings explains:

Feminists won’t address Cytherea’s rape because her story destroys their entire narrative. . . . Acknowledging what happened to Cytherea would ruin their con game. . . .
One look at the race of Cytherea’s alleged rapists and you can see a big reason why the left won’t touch the story. The media is constantly on the lookout for what Tom Wolfe calls the “Great White Defendant,” a criminal case featuring a white man who is utterly guilty of victimizing a woman or a racial minority.
This desire to demonize white men drives not only popular rape hoaxes such as the Duke lacrosse case or the UVA rape story, but white-on-black crime stories such as the Trayvon Martin case and the Ferguson debacle.
Feminists are also ignoring Cytherea’s rape because of the class factor. The rape stories that SJWs [“Social Justice Warriors”] squirt tears over — such as UVA rape liar Jackie Coakley or “Mattress Girl” Emma Sulkowicz—involve upper-class white girls being purportedly brutalized by “entitled,” “privileged” white men. . . .
SJWs are so wedded to their narrative of rape being perpetuated by upper-class white men that they’ll rush to defend any wealthy white girl who cries rape, no matter how obvious her lie.

Meanwhile, feminists ignore victims of actual rapists. You can almost hear Andrew Breitbart hissing “their precious narrative.”




 

Comments

  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady
  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady
  • concern00

    This was a real rape – as in a criminal offence; I’m pretty sure #rapeculture only applies to imagined or perceived inappropriate intercourse (of all types) with a womyn.

  • Jeanette Victoria

    By pointing out the obvious truth you are now and evil raaaacists and I denounce you

  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady
  • http://europa-antiqua-arca.blogspot.com/ arcadius

    Interesting follow-on to this:

    http://dailycaller.com/2015/02/18/brave-jeopardy-man-arthur-chu-takes-a-stand-against-helping-abused-porn-star-and-family/

    Why simply ignore rape victims when you can also attack people who try to help them?

  • Zohydro

    Ouch… No Protective Housing in Brazil!

  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady

    I am sure in Brazil the guards laughed and took bets on it. I am not suggesting prison rape is a good thing (it most definitely is not), but sometimes there is karma in this life.

  • Guest

    Arthur Chu being a piece of shit? Well, colour me surprised.

  • Daniel Freeman
  • Thomas J.Stratford

    Come on, just because for every 1 white on black rape in the USA, there are 3,500 black on white rapes is no reason to castigate blacks for their “rape culture”…right?

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  • Finrod Felagund

    Technically according to rgb.txt, there are 101 shades of gray and grey, and they’re identical. 🙂

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    Figures. The one story that I clicked on about this assault (before this article) somehow managed to omit the race of the perpetrators.

  • Daniel Freeman

    I’ve learned to read between the lines. If they don’t say the race of the accused, which one would they be afraid to say? If they don’t say the sex of the accused, which one can do no wrong in their eyes? If they don’t say the race and/or sex of the victim, who among us has too much “privilege” to ever really be a victim in PC land?

  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    That’s pretty much the scope of things.