Pete Patriarch’s Musings

August 23, 2007

Pregnancy and Victimhood

Filed under: Uncategorized — Pete @ 2:31 pm

Mother upset that the 24 year old woman who raped her 14 year old son was only given probation.

Once again, an egregious example of injustice and double standards is only a story because a woman got offended.

But anyway, moving on to the story: A 24 year old pedophile rapes a 14 year old boy, gets pregnant, and is spared jail by the female judge, based on the ridiculous statement, “I’m not going to break the bond between a parent and an infant,” by Judge Kathy A. Morrow.

So she gets 2 years probation. Par for the course for a female sex offender, right? So what’s the big deal?

The big deal is that the mother of the 14 year old child also bore another “demon”, a *shudder* male, who also had sex with a minor and was punished greatly for it. Four-and-a-half years in federal pound me in the ass prison for the boy, two years of “be good now,” for the girl.

The common thread? Both her sons are fathers, and nobody is more hated in this world than a father, a male *spit* who caused a woman to become pregnant, an affliction worse than the cocktail of HIV, Herpes and flesh-eating necrosis.

Or at least that’s what you’d think, based on the reactions involved.

Pregnancy equals victimhood for women.

Every time a woman becomes pregnant, she acquires saintlike properties in the eyes of other men and women. Its the miracle of life, its the miracle of ocytocin, its the self-sacrifice that men aren’t capable of that gives her the aura.

I was reading up on wacky laws the other day, and apparently, in the UK, a pregnant woman can piss anywhere she chooses, including a policeman’s helmet. Think about that the next time you see a white trash, 300 lb chavette scum smoking an unfiltered cigarette and chugging a can of cider, with a football-sized lump in her scar-ridden stomach. She can go up to a policeman, ask him to remove his helmet, and take a piss in it in front of him.

But anyway, let’s get that nasty image out of our head. Pregnancy equals victimhood for women. Why do you think people say “he knocked her up” when she has ALL of the power after they have sex? She can do as she pleases with her body, including dismembering and vacuuming out the little body growing inside her.

This is one area out of many where feminism and traditional female supremacy intersect. Feminists say that men can’t get pregnant and every time a woman gets pregnant, she falls behind in her career, while traditional women say that men can’t understand women’s woes because they can’t get pregnant. (Funny how that doesn’t work in the reverse.)

This rapist got off solely because she “got knocked up”. Who says that crime doesn’t pay? Not only did she avoid jail, but the court will throw the rape victim in jail as soon as he turns 18 for four years of back child support.

On the other hand, the other boy, the older one who got the other girl pregnant, probably got a longer sentence because he “knocked her up”. Mark my words.

Pregnancy + Woman = Instant Victimhood.

Hell, women can have their cake and eat it too. What empowers them one day can victimize them the next day, and whoever questions it is a woman-hater who can’t get a date.

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5 Comments »

  1. Every time a woman becomes pregnant, she acquires saintlike properties in the eyes of other men and women.

    Not in the eyes of this man.

    Whenever a woman gets pregnant, I immediately assume she planned it through deception, unless the evidence indicates otherwise.

    Same with rape or other sex crime male ‘perps’ in jail or on sex offendor lists. I assume they’re innocent unless the evidence is overwhelmingly against them.

    Convictions by a court simply have no moral authority with me anymore.

    Well done ladies.

    Comment by Rob Case — August 23, 2007 @ 5:01 pm

  2. This whole thing reeks. If they are going to make a double standard, they should just go ahead and legalize sex between an adult woman and underage male and be done with it. The part that really sticks out for me is this:

    “I’m not going to break the bond between a parent and an infant,” Perry County Judge Kathy A. Morrow said. “That only causes more problems.”

    Notice the judge – a woman – uses the term PARENT when referring to this case. However, the other son in the previous case wasn’t given the liberty of being a PARENT. No, he was a MAN, and, therefore, had to spend time in jail. If I were the woman and file a civil lawsuit in federal court on behalf of her older son not getting equitable treatment for being a PARENT.

    Comment by Javier — August 24, 2007 @ 10:16 am

  3. Last sentence should be: “If I were the son’s mother, I’d file a civil lawsuit in federal court on behalf of the elder son not getting equitable treatment for being a PARENT to HIS child.”

    Comment by Javier — August 24, 2007 @ 10:18 am

  4. Whenever I see a mother who is preganant or pushing a baby stroller with a little crumb cruncher aboard, I immediately look at her hand to see if she has a wedding ring on or not.

    Sadly, in this day and age of Matriarchy gone wild, more often than not, the ring finger is bare…

    Comment by Hawaiian Libertarian — August 24, 2007 @ 12:58 pm

  5. There was a case in the UK where a 32 year old female teacher raped a 12 year old boy.

    When he was 21 and was a stock market investor pulling in a large salary, she sued him for 9 years back child support and was awarded the entire 9 years at his current salary. UK politicians even supported the decision.

    Comment by darkbhudda — August 28, 2007 @ 4:10 pm


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