The Stanford Rapist: It’s More Than A Race Issue

In light of all the protest about Brock Allen Turner, the Stanford Rapist, I read a quote today that ought to change the way we think about rape in America:
“Consensual sex” is just sex. To say “consensual sex” implies that there is such a thing as “non consensual sex”, which there isn’t. That’s RAPE, and that’s what it needs to be called. There is only sex or rape. Do NOT teach people that rape is just another form of sex. They are two very separate events. You wouldn’t say “breathing swimming” and “non breathing swimming”, you would say swimming and drowning.
Though this case is definitely a prime example of white privilege, it’s bigger than that. I’m more upset about the fact that rape is a cultural norm in America, that 97% of rapists spend little to NO time in jail, that people seriously believe that raping someone is okay because “they were asking for it.” Stop blaming the victim, and start blaming the rapist.

Can You And Your Mate Go Without Sex? | Russell Wilson And Ciara Are Abstaining Sex

[Credit: E Online]
[Credit: E Online]
By Sydney B.

After Steve Harvey released his famous book Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man, women across the world were vowing to follow Steve’s 90 day rule of not giving up the cookie within the first 90 days. But let’s take things a step further…how about “no sex until marriage?”

Honestly as yourself if whether or not you’d be able to go without having sex with your mate for a LONG period of time.

Seattle Seahawks Quarter Back Russell Wilson dished the honey on he and his baby boo Ciara’s sex life. During a recent Q&A with San Diego pastor Miles McPherson, Russell Wilson announced that he and Ciara are refraining from sex!

I know you’re probably saying to yourself “bish whet?”, but you’ve got to admit it’s a pretty daring commitment.

“She was on tour, and I was looking at her in the mirror, and God spoke to me. He said, ‘I need you to lead her.’ I told her, ‘What would you do if we took all that “extra stuff” off the table, and just did it Jesus’ way?” Russell says.

Ciara “completely agreed,” but like it would be for anyone other two beautiful beings, Russell did admit that it is hard going without sex.

So I ask you again, do you believe that you as an individual would be able to go without sex in your relationship for a period of time?

Watch the snippet of the interview where Russell talks about their decision: