Thursday, January 16, 2014

Your Guide to Planning to be Raped





Nearly 90,000 people reported being raped in the United States in 2008. There is an arrest rate of 25%. Do you have a vagina? Well You should plan to have it violated.


All men are possible rapists.
Yesterday the lovely Blanche Beecham told us of how the very wonderful christian man and Kansas State Rep. Pete DeGraaf (R) wrinkled the hairy armpits of lesbians and feminists of that state. Today the vengeful hate has spread across the internet from his statements that women should prepare to be raped by himself and any other man out there.

This reminded me that Men are very dangerous creatures, atleast those who are not true Christians. It also got me to thinking… how does one prepare yourself to be raped?

As a woman in her 80′s, I luckily have never been raped as I have never dressed slutily or allowed unchristian men within sins distance of me. Because of this I have never put much thought into what I would do if I were raped. It is a horrible thought really. But thanks to Mr. DeGraaf, I have prepared my lady bits to be ravaged by a stranger; and I am going to tell you how I did it!



STEP 1: DON’T BE A SLUT

Dress like a lady. Don't ask for it.
We know statistically that 90% of women who are raped have dressed as a slut within 72 hours of the rape. If you think that there is a chance or being raped I suggest that you do not wear
*Halter tops
*Tank Tops
*Mini Skirts
*Shorts
*Comic book panties
*G Strings
*Cleavage revealing tops
*Assless Chaps
*High Heel Shoes
*Open Top Shoes
*Bikinis
*Skirts lower than you calf
*Pink


STEP 2: KEEP YOUR DISTANCE
Studies show that 99% of women who are raped are within 6.5 inches of a man when it happens. Why 6.5 inches? that is the average length of an American man’s…shall we say…sin stick.
If you think that there is a chance that you could be raped keep your distance from any man, especially a non-christian, at a bare minimum a distance of 7 inches should be maintained.

Although only 1% of women are raped by other women. I suggest you take these rules and apply them to any liberal, feminist, democrat, lesbian or just
plain butch woman.


STEP 3: INSURANCE
Fifty-thousand South Africans are insured by the LifeSense Rape Care policy, underwritten by Lloyds of London. After a rape, policy holders receive a triple cocktail of anti-retroviral drugs for 28 days and free HIV testing for one year. The policy also covers the morning after pill, counseling, alternative therapy, and security upgrades for the home.
Policyholders pay less than $2 each month for the LifeSense insurance, which is sold through employers. In contrast, a one-month supply of three
anti-retroviral drugs costs consumers as much as $833. That’s no small price considering South Africa’s per capita household income is $2,880, according to the World Bank.
“But I’m not a dirty South African” you say. What about rape insurance in the US?

Well bend over and get ready for it again. As there really is no such thing. On the bright side there is now a “growth market” for a new product. On the not so bright side is getting raped can lead to loss of regular insurance.
Christina Turner feared that she might have been sexually assaulted after two men slipped her a knockout drug. She thought she was taking proper precautions when her doctor prescribed a month’s worth of anti-AIDS medicine.
Turner, 45, who used to be a health insurance underwriter herself, said the insurance companies examined her health records. Even after she explained the
assault, the insurers would not sell her a policy because the HIV medication raised too many health questions. They told her they might reconsider in three
or more years if she could prove that she was still AIDS-free.
I am afraid it gets worse.
Some women were deemed ineligible for health insurance because they had a pre-existing condition as a result of a rape, such as post traumatic stress
disorder or a sexually transmitted disease. Other patients and therapists wrote in with allegations that insurers are routinely denying long-term mental
health care to women who have been sexually assaulted.
Nurses who deal with sexual assault cases say the industry’s policy creates a significant problem for those treating women who have been assaulted. “It’s difficult enough to make sure that rape victims take the drugs,” said Diana Faugno, a forensic nurse in California and board director of End Violence Against Women International. “What are we supposed to tell women now? Well, I guess you have a choice – you can risk your health insurance or you can risk AIDS. Go ahead and choose.”
The best you can hope for is abortion insurance. But as a Christian woman we know that you’re pro-life and would not consider an abortion. But for the benefit of Claire and L.N. or any other god haters who may be reading this, I will cover it. If your lucky to live in the liberal socialist Washington state, if you are pregnant and low income, you may qualify for “Medical Assistance” regardless of your age, and regardless of whether you want to give birth or get an abortion. But if you live in a more god fearing state, Abortion is covered under many insurance plans. The clinic can help by verifying coverage and other paperwork. It may not be necessary to obtain a referral from a primary care physician before setting up an abortion appointment. But of course if you live in Kansas you will need a separate insurance policy.

STEP 4: ARM YOURSELF
Get a gun. If your a wussy or a liberal afraid of guns you can get pepper spray. But what if your rapist is Hispanic or worse from Thailand? They will laugh at your pepper spray, and continue raping you. But if you shoot him in the face I guarantee he will stop.

This says “STOP”!


STEP 5: A GOOD DEFENSE
Several companies make and market devices to be inserted into your woman bits that will do unspeakable damage to the attackers Satan scepter.

It comes in 3 sizes: Asian, White, & Mandingo.
Rapex also known as the ‘rape trap’ is a product worn internally by women. The hollow inside is lined with rows of razor-sharp hooks, which are designed to latch on to a rapist’s penis during penetration. They can only be removed by a doctor. South African mother-of-two Sonette Ehlers developed the original prototype in 2005. South Africa has the world’s highest rate of sexual assault with 1.7m women raped each year.

The Fem-Defense anti-rape device was introduced in Sweden in 2003, the tool doesn’t appear to have created a very large following as there are simply too many questions involved in its use. Also there have not been enough “successful” cases to warrant additional attention. Attempts to find their webpage are no longer successful so the device may not even be on the market anymore.

STEP 6: DON’T DRINK
Think of booze as little perverts helper.
 In the United States the use of drugs, especially alcohol, frequently plays a part in rape. In 47% of rapes, both the victim and the perpetrator had been
drinking. In 17%, only the perpetrator had been. 7% of the time, only the victim had been drinking. Rapes where neither the victim nor the perpetrator had been drinking account for 29% of all rapes.
 Alcohol inhibits you. It inhibits your ability to to know rape is wrong and sinful and it inhibits your ability to run away from a sicko. I think it should go without saying but don’t do drugs either.

STEP 7: PSYCOLOGICAL HELP
For many Christians they find strength in Jesus Christ and give up their burdens to him. But many need more help.
Victims of rape can be severely traumatized by the assault and may have difficulty functioning as well as they had been used to prior to the assault, with disruption of concentration, sleeping patterns and eating habits, for example. They may feel jumpy or be on edge. After being raped it is common for the victim to experience Acute Stress Disorder, including symptoms similar to those of post traumatic stress disorder, such as intense, sometimes unpredictable, emotions, and they may find it hard to deal with their memories of the event. In the months immediately following the assault these problems may be severe
and very upsetting and may prevent the victim from revealing their ordeal to friends or family, or seeking police or medical assistance. Additional symptoms
of Acute Stress Disorder include:
* depersonalization or dissociation (feeling numb and detached, like being in a daze or a dream, or feeling that the world is strange and unreal)
* difficulty remembering important parts of the assault
* reliving the assault through repeated thoughts, memories, or nightmares
* avoidance of things, places, thoughts, and/or feelings that remind the victim of the assault
* anxiety or increased arousal (difficulty sleeping, concentrating, etc.)
* avoidance of social life or place of rape
For one-third to one-half of the victims, these symptoms continue beyond the first few months and meet the conditions for the diagnosis of post traumatic stress disorder. In general, rape and sexual assault are among the most common causes of PTSD in women.
STEP 8: COPS
Good Luck. There is a 75% chance the rapist will never be caught. It is suggested that you do not:
# Shower, bathe, or douche;
# Throw away any clothes that were worn at the time of the assault;
# Brush or comb their hair;
# Use the restroom;
# Brush their teeth or gargle;
# Put on makeup;
# Clean or straighten up the crime scene; and
# Eat or drink anything.

As horrible as rape is, planning for it like a flat tire can improve things.
You learned to change a tire, you'll learn to live with rape. Kansas Rep. Pete DeGraaf says so.