Republicans seek to assuage the crime of rape by redefining it to prevent women from abortion services, claiming it is a blessing or legislating medical instrument rape to teach women their place.
KYAnonymous, a hacker who helped to expose the Steubenville cover up of the brutal rape of a 16-year-old girl, is possibly facing more prison time than the two convicted rapists.
A 17-year-old Rehtaeh Parsons hung herself in her family's bathroom last week after pictures of her allegedly being gang raped were distributed online by her classmates.
Instead of apologizing or listening to the complaints that the network was soft on rapists due to their Steubenville rape convictions coverage, CNN is outraged and dismissive.
In this country when a 16-year old girl is brutally raped by promising football players, society mourns their ruined careers and finds myriad reasons to blame the victim.
The response and support the Steubenville rapists are receiving is typical given the recent attacks on all American women at the hands of Republicans.
Rape apologists, the rape crew, lawyers for the rape crew and morons (excuse the redundancy) are very upset about their character being impugned.
Steubenville Police said it was too late to test Jane Doe to see if she had been roofied. However, there are tests that work up to a month later.
Because of the attention the Steubenville case has gotten, San Luis Obispo has launched a campaign to encourage the reporting of rape.
This is a sad, seedy, predictable story about small town protectionism, only in this story, rape protectionism meets Internet warriors for justice. Silencing victims? Not so fast, little town.