Outreach: Wives Should Pour Their Husbands Drinks, Date Rape is Actually “Mistake Sex”

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I’m sure you can imagine how the above Fox & Friends segment screencaptured by ThinkProgress transpired.

During this “sage advice” segment, women were advised that they need to stop referring to rape as rape just because those darn feminists tell them to. What you think is rape is actually “mistake sex.”

And who’s to blame for society’s unappreciative attitude towards men? “Antagonistic feminists,” of course. Patton argues that activists has forced an “overcorrection” to American culture, in which society has gone from completely ignoring women’s rights to becoming overly sensitive to their needs. In one particularly strange example, Patton has complained that the rape that occurs between acquaintances — commonly referred to as “date rape” — should be called “mistake sex” to avoid diminishing “the true horror of rape.”

Date rape is not a mistake. That’s why it’s called “rape.” Rape, which implies that one party was unwilling or unable to consent, is not a mistake.

Prior to dispensing the timeless wisdom that date rape is actually “mistake sex,” Fox guest Susan “Princeton Mom” Patton advised women that they should abandon the idea of finding a new husband after the age of thirty because, if they don’t, they could end up like their aunt who is too busy “feeding cats” to find a husband.

In short — you must properly appreciate and respect your husband and pour his drinks for him or else you could become a crazy cat lady.

“Good advice,” Doocy beamed at the end of the Fox segment.

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  • aynwrong

    Saturday Night Live should start mocking this show by having the performers on stage use the actual transcript from the show as a script. NO. EDITING. ALLOWED. Honestly, how else do you parody something this ridiculous?

    • D_C_Wilson

      I don’t know. Fox and Friends seems determined to put The Onion out of business.

      • aynwrong

        LOL!

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  • Nefercat

    “…women were advised that they need to stop referring to rape as rape just because those darn feminists tell them to.”
    —————————
    Standard tactic of an abuser. You don’t think it’s rape or abuse because your mate has raped or abused you. What you know to be true can’t be true. No, you just think it’s rape because you read it in a magazine or listened to your damn mother or that bitch friend of yours or that fucking sister of yours.

    You don’t know what you think or feel because you are so fucking stupid, and now you’ve gone and made your mate feel all bad with your stupid accusations. Why are you such a cruel person?

    Patton can kiss my ass.