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RageFuel Deserved punishment for false accusers

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To punish women who falsely accuse men of rape, I think the best punishment they can receive is actually being raped by the men they have accused.

Since they take rape so lightly they should have no problem with it actually happening to them.

If the falsely accused man is not willing to do it, then the government should hire an .is user from their respective country to carry out the job also making sure the chosen .is user is appropriately paid for the task.
 
Foids shouldn't even be allowed to report rape, alleged or not.
They should just shut up, get over it and feel honoured that somebody found them attractive enough to forcibly fuck them.
 
Based I support this
 
Foids shouldn't even be allowed to report rape, alleged or not.
They should just shut up, get over it and feel honoured that somebody found them attractive enough to forcibly fuck them.
Tbhngldedsrs
 
Foids shouldn't even be allowed to report rape, alleged or not.
They should just shut up, get over it and feel honoured that somebody found them attractive enough to forcibly fuck them.
 
Again from the great definitely-not-blackpill blackpill essay Radicalizing the Romanceless:
Chen Sheng was an officer serving the Qin Dynasty, famous for their draconian punishments. He was supposed to lead his army to a rendezvous point, but he got delayed by heavy rains and it became clear he was going to arrive late. The way I always hear the story told is this:

Chen turns to his friend Wu Guang and asks “What’s the penalty for being late?”

“Death,” says Wu.

“And what’s the penalty for rebellion?”

“Death,” says Wu.

“Well then…” says Chen Sheng.

And thus began the famous Dazexiang Uprising, which caused thousands of deaths and helped usher in a period of instability and chaos that resulted in the fall of the Qin Dynasty three years later.

The moral of the story is that if you are maximally mean to innocent people, then eventually bad things will happen to you. First, because you have no room to punish people any more for actually hurting you. Second, because people will figure if they’re doomed anyway, they can at least get the consolation of feeling like they’re doing you some damage on their way down.
 

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