Ethan Ralph and his wife, The Magnificent Nora™ have a wicked story up about some chick at Cornell who appears to have raped, beaten and intimidated a man, and the powers that be at the school are lining up to protect the poor wee lass, who is going to medical school y’all and couldn’t possibly be a rapist!
You have to go and read the whole story, replete with screen shots and emails and reports from authorities – it’s quite a wild ride.
I want to fling some ice cold water on the story.
Let’s start with how the man describes the event:
I got into a relationship with a girl, and when we first broke up in November, she or one of her friends came into my room and wrecked my heater, which caused a gas leak.
Destruction of property and maybe break and enter? How did she/they get in your room? Doesn’t really matter – not a whole lot the guy can do, in the current world.
Let’s imagine this isn’t the current world. Let’s imagine it’s a different world, where there are consequences for actions. You break up with a young man in his prime and then break into his room and bust his shit up and cause a gas leak with the potential to hurt a whole lot of people and cause a lot of destruction?
The guy, and the people who would have been affected by the gas leak, get together and remind her to grow up and get on with her life, without the man of her selection, because that’s not how relationships work. The French shaved Nazi collaborator heads, after slapping them around a little bit, and that was deemed just retribution. If you fucked a Nazi to survive the war, you faced humiliation and disgrace from the rest of your community.
C’est la vie. C’est la guerre.
A little humiliation and disgrace would likely have gone a long way with Aaliyah.
But we don’t live in that world. Sad!
We got back together and she began to hit me. Even though I’m a lot bigger than her, I was raised to believe that I shouldn’t hit a woman back, so I was pretty much powerless. I knew that if I reported it, then nothing would happen.
The single best predictor of whether a woman will suffer domestic violence is whether she hits first. A lot of men follow the same rule that operates in my home: you don’t hit first, but you do hit back. Please tell me this bitch didn’t deserve a whack in the face after this attack. Settle down, lady. Take a page from the Bond playbook.
If men were allowed to follow this very basic rule of self-defense, issues like this would be over in the moment. I’m not a fan of the Bush Doctrine in domestic matters, but I have no problem with a slap to calm things down. And a good slap will do that. Show your strength, and she will likely reconsider. The fight will be over, and isn’t that what we want?
Things kept building until one night on January 18, when I was completely drunk and she was dead sober, she performed oral sex on me twice even though I said “no” and attempted to mount me.
Technically, this isn’t rape. Rape must include penetration. If she shoved her fingers in his mouth or up his ass, it’s rape. The kind of sexual assault experienced most frequently by men is called ‘made to penetrate’, and it involves being made to penetrate her vaginally or orally. She sucked his dick and tried to mount him? That’s two counts of made to penetrate.
Kind of neat how the feminist redefinition of rape excludes women sexing up reluctant men, isn’t it? The statistics look pretty bleak when made-to-penetrate is peeled out of the data. In actual fact, virtually identical numbers of men and women report sexual assault/rape.
I don’t have a great deal of sympathy for this nasty woman, but at the same time, I’m pretty sure ruining her life over this is unwarranted. No man or woman should have their lives ruined over this kind of idiocy. Sluts and cads have made a mess of their sex lives from time immemorial. They will continue to do so no matter how carefully we craft the laws or surveillance technologies. We can make sex a bad experience for everyone, but we are never going to fix the fact that some people are just assholes. No, Aaliyah, every day is not your birthday.
On January 22, the day after my birthday, she punched me as hard as she could in the chest, and then tried to slam me into a wall, when I said that I would tell people what had happened. We finally broke up on February 3rd, but she continued to threaten me and harass me over the phone and over social media.
Imagine a world where the courts said – you know what? Y’all will have to settle this stuff yourselves. If someone hits you, hit ‘em back. She punched you in the chest and left a scar? Leave her a scar to remember you by.
Women can only do these things because there are police officers with guns willing to back the feminist state. Once those officers decide the feminist state can go to hell, things will change. Violence is the only truth. Aaliyah has forgotten that.
And yet, I’ll bet she hasn’t. Not really.
I’ll throw out a prediction here: Aaliyah Holliday will continue to treat men this way until she runs into one who doesn’t cringe and flinch in the face of her aggression and violence. He’ll slap her back and then tie her to the bed.
That’s the man Aaliyah Holliday will marry.
If he will have her.
Lots of love,