Anti-Rape device: what are your thoughts?

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Anti-Rape device: what are your thoughts?

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Anti-Rape Device.
Rape has become endemic in South Africa, so a medical technician named Sonette Ehlers developed a product for woman to fight back. Ehlers had never forgotten a rape victim telling her forlornly, "If only I had teeth down there."
Ehlers created a product she called Rapex. It resembles a tube, with barbs inside. The woman inserts it like a tampon and any man who tries to rape the woman impales himself on the barbs and must go to an emergency room to have the Rapex removed.


What are you thoughts? Good or bad idea?
07/27/2012
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indiglo indiglo
Off the top of my head? AWESOME!!!!

Then I wonder - does it really STOP rape? Because he still has to penetrate the woman to become impaled on it, right?

Anyway, I'm still going with AWESOME as of right now!
07/27/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
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Originally posted by indiglo
Off the top of my head? AWESOME!!!!

Then I wonder - does it really STOP rape? Because he still has to penetrate the woman to become impaled on it, right?

Anyway, I'm still going with AWESOME as of right now!
I'm gonna second this answer.

You're still getting raped, it's just for less of a period of time. Which is good, plus the ass gets his dick ripped to shreds. Also good!

Now where can I buy this?
07/27/2012
Deeder Deeder
Same here. While it might not prevent it, at the very least it will make the guy seriously regret his decision.

Unfortunately, it looks like it's as yet unavailable for purchase. Here's some more information on it.
07/27/2012
spiceboy spiceboy
I can't imagine who would want to be reminded of the possibility that they could be assaulted by having to put this in every time they go out. A sexual assault isn't something you anticipate, and by the time this device came into play you'd still be traumatized by the circumstances that led you there.
07/28/2012
LilLostLenore LilLostLenore
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Originally posted by xOhxSoxScandalousx
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Anti-Rape Device.
Rape has become endemic in South Africa, so a medical technician named Sonette Ehlers developed a product for woman to fight back. Ehlers had never forgotten a rape ...
awesome every women should have one. how do u take it out though?
07/28/2012
SMichelle SMichelle
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Originally posted by spiceboy
I can't imagine who would want to be reminded of the possibility that they could be assaulted by having to put this in every time they go out. A sexual assault isn't something you anticipate, and by the time this device came into play ...
My thoughts exactly.
07/28/2012
lulz lulz
These are as old as rape itself. And honestly all they're gonna do is turn rape into murder.
07/28/2012
Allison.Wilder Allison.Wilder
Honestly, as a woman that's been raped, I'd wear something like this now. Does that make me paranoid? Fuck yes. Do I care? Not at all. Once you've had something this awful happen to you, it never leaves you.

People take preventative measures all the time, why is taking a step to prevent rape any different?
07/28/2012
solitudinarian solitudinarian
I agree with sexiskewt and lulz. The guy is likely to become seriously pissed off and kill you. Perhaps it would give you time to escape, but that depends on the circumstances. Also, rape is always a possibility, so you'd have to wear it all the time.
07/28/2012
Vii Vii
I think it's a great idea for women in South Africa to have these if rape is such a strong possibility.
07/28/2012
GONE! GONE!
Honestly, I know all the facts that detract from it but I still can't help but think it's awesome since apparently no government anywhere wants to take a harsh enough stance against rape.
I'm just scared a person would injure themselves trying to put it in or removing it.
07/28/2012
xOhxSoxScandalousx xOhxSoxScandalousx
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Originally posted by Allison.Wilder
Honestly, as a woman that's been raped, I'd wear something like this now. Does that make me paranoid? Fuck yes. Do I care? Not at all. Once you've had something this awful happen to you, it never leaves you.

People take ...
I agree with this completely. Unless you've been through such a tragedy it would be more difficult to understand a person wanting something like this. And if a mans penis is impaled into something like this chances are he's not gonna have time to kill you. He'll be too busy screaming in agony and trying to get to a hospital.
07/28/2012
Claire-Bear Claire-Bear
I think we as a society need to teach men it's up to them to stop rape and what counts as rape very clearly. The responsibility needs to be obvious, more than devices like that made.

Be honest, how many women will put that in everyday?
07/28/2012
cutiefairyprincess cutiefairyprincess
I don't think its a very good idea. Because as already said who would want to put that in every day and you still have to be raped for it to work. Also how do you get it out! surely it would cut your fingers trying to get it out!
07/28/2012
Beck Beck
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Originally posted by xOhxSoxScandalousx
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Anti-Rape Device.
Rape has become endemic in South Africa, so a medical technician named Sonette Ehlers developed a product for woman to fight back. Ehlers had never forgotten a rape ...
I have mixed feelings about it. It's definitely not and anti-rape device because you have to be raped in order for it to work. It just won't last as long and you'll have DNA to go to the police with. But do you really want to walk around with this inside of you all the time? What if it happens to cut the guy bad enough and he dies? Are you going to be charged for that? What if he inserts his fingers first and finds out you have this inside and pulls it out himself? Then are you going to get it worse because of it? There are too many things to consider with this device. I don't think I will be wearing it or encouraging anyone to wear it. Though it does sound like a good idea for those is South Africa. Because I know there is some really awful things that happen to those women there. I even heard that some places believe that the cure to AIDS or HIV is to have sex with someone who is pure aka virgin. So, some are going around raping children. That isn't cool. Hopefully something can be done to help these people one day.
07/28/2012
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
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Originally posted by Claire-Bear
I think we as a society need to teach men it's up to them to stop rape and what counts as rape very clearly. The responsibility needs to be obvious, more than devices like that made.

Be honest, how many women will put that in everyday?
In countries where rape is used as a weapon of war, rather than as an act of violence and power against a particular individual? Probably a lot.

I think in those sorts of situations, some women would even be willing to risk being straight-out murdered by their rapists (they often would be anyway) for the satisfaction of knowing that they had shredded the man's penis and it would be a long time before he could use it as a weapon again.
07/28/2012
Beck Beck
Another thing that should be mentioned is not all victims are female and that can't be inserted anally and females can be raped anally too. And not all those who sexually attack others are male. So, this device is purely for females who are attacked by males. What about everyone else?
07/28/2012
Sundae Sparkles Sundae Sparkles
Its great "theory" I can just see the rapist getting mad and killing the female. How will this be distributed to women in Africa? how much does it cost to make such a product...
07/28/2012
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
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Originally posted by xOhxSoxScandalousx
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Anti-Rape Device.
Rape has become endemic in South Africa, so a medical technician named Sonette Ehlers developed a product for woman to fight back. Ehlers had never forgotten a rape ...
This is old news. I posted a thread about it a few years ago.

This device causes a lot of controversy. Women who wear it can be charged with manslaughter etc. because instead of trying to stop unwanted sex they just let it happen and ruin the guys penis. It's good in theory but some women don't use it how it should be used... as a last resort.
07/28/2012
Mikemanz Mikemanz
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Originally posted by spiceboy
I can't imagine who would want to be reminded of the possibility that they could be assaulted by having to put this in every time they go out. A sexual assault isn't something you anticipate, and by the time this device came into play ...
very good point
07/28/2012
CadmiumKitty CadmiumKitty
terrifying!
07/29/2012
socceras socceras
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Originally posted by xOhxSoxScandalousx
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Anti-Rape Device.
Rape has become endemic in South Africa, so a medical technician named Sonette Ehlers developed a product for woman to fight back. Ehlers had never forgotten a rape ...
Go for it. If you don't like it then go to hell.
07/29/2012
Yaoi Pervette (deleted) Yaoi Pervette (deleted)
I think the invention is well-intentioned, but it doesn't address the root causes of sexual violence.
07/29/2012
michael scofield michael scofield
i would feel sorry for the woman if a man is caught and knows he will get in trouble and do time he may just murder her anyway.
07/29/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
I think it's good and I'd wear it if I felt the need. As for guys doing something worse, I would think they would fall over in pain or something giving you enough time to make an escape. Of course that won't always be the situation.
07/30/2012
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
I don't think people are looking at this in the context of where it was designed and what it was actually designed for.

This is not about rape as an act of violence against women. This is about rape used as a weapon of terror and war. These aren't men worried about doing prison time for getting caught raping, because rape is not a crime. It's a legitimate tactic for breaking the spirit of the enemy, or a legitimate excuse to "cure yourself of AIDS", leading to newborn girls being raped. This device isn't really designed for American or European girls going off partying on Saturday night who are worried that their short skirt and the possibility that they'll get drunk is going to be taken as an open invite to sexual violence. This is about getting a little bit of revenge against men using their penises to try to crush you and yours because you happen to live in the wrong area, be of the wrong religion, or have the wrong skin color.
07/30/2012
Khanner Khanner
I very strongly disagree with the sentiment that you shouldn't use anti-rape devices because it could "turn a rape into a murder." Whether it's this thing, mace, or even a gun, I've seen people cautioning potential rape victims that they should never try to fight back. It's very insulting to be told that you should just lie back when someone tries to rape you.

Obviously it wouldn't prevent rape from occurring but it is useful as a punishment tool for an act that often doesn't have negative consequences.
07/30/2012
toxie m toxie m
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Originally posted by lulz
These are as old as rape itself. And honestly all they're gonna do is turn rape into murder.
This is what I was going to say. If a man is the kind to rape a woman, I don't think he's going to just run off to the emergency room when this happens. He's going to be furious as hell and take it out on her. THEN he might go to an emergency room.
07/30/2012
toxie m toxie m
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Originally posted by Khanner
I very strongly disagree with the sentiment that you shouldn't use anti-rape devices because it could "turn a rape into a murder." Whether it's this thing, mace, or even a gun, I've seen people cautioning potential rape victims ...
I definitely think people should fight back and not submit. But I also feel like, realistically, the men who are violent enough to be doing this are the ones who are more likely to beat a woman to death once they realize what's happened. It might save the NEXT woman he thinks about raping, but first woman will be in serious danger, I think. I'm not saying there's no way to fight back, just that this one is problematic.
07/30/2012
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