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(Fox 8 Cleveland)   You thought it was over? Two Steubenville girls arrested for tweeting threats against the Steubenville rape victim. Sick tag unresponsive in a corner somewhere   (fox8.com) divider line 505
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2013-03-19 07:43:05 AM  

CeroX: TopoGigo: robohobo: By all accounts from kids i her school, this girl was a train depot at parties.

Cool Story, Bro Disgusting Example of a Human Being.

You know he is actually being snarky about the shiatty people at the school right?

You aren't dense enough to think those are his opinions even with the "from the kids in her school" clearly in the statement are you?


No, I don't know that. Seeing as a) this is Fark, and b) he appears to have posted the victim's name just a few comments previously, I assume those either are his opinions, or he'd like us to believe they are his opinions so we'll flip out on him. I could be wrong, of course, but I don't think it makes me dense to assume the default position.
 
2013-03-19 07:43:09 AM  
So, so very late to the thread, but I just finished reading a book titled Woman's Inhumanity to Woman and it certainly touched on this phenomenon- females ganging up on a female victim. It doesn't really explain why this happens, except some double standard that girls and boys grow through and doesn't really explain how to fix. Except by learning to communicate in a more forthright fashion. We seem to have a kind of evil cunning.
 
2013-03-19 07:44:45 AM  
As someone who lived in Steubenville for 10 years, this doesn't surprise me one bit.  I went to Catholic Central (Big Red's football "rival"), and then went to Franciscan University of Steubenville there as well.

Trust me, if you spend enough time there you either get sucked in and are stuck there for life, or you run as fast as you can and never look back. From the outside it looks like a lazy, do-nothing town, but once you've been there for a while, it's a frightening place to be.  There is a lot of bad mojo there.

Some of you may recall the case there (almost 15 years ago) where two college students were kidnapped and executed in the area.  Yeah, those were my friends.  They were shot in the head (after quite a bit of torture) for their farking SUV.  I have plenty of other examples of how twisted that place is, but I'm pretty sure this rape case, and the reaction to it, can do the talking for me.

I still have a few "friends" back there, but I haven't been back to see them in a couple of years now.  Every time I drive over the bridge from Weirton to the 'Ville, I always get a knot in my stomach -  it's like returning to the scene of a crime.

/lurker, but had to toss my two cents
//know more about Steubenville than I'd like
///have always wanted to do slashies like the cool kids.
 
2013-03-19 07:45:06 AM  

TopoGigo: CeroX: TopoGigo: robohobo: By all accounts from kids i her school, this girl was a train depot at parties.

Cool Story, Bro Disgusting Example of a Human Being.

You know he is actually being snarky about the shiatty people at the school right?

You aren't dense enough to think those are his opinions even with the "from the kids in her school" clearly in the statement are you?

No, I don't know that. Seeing as a) this is Fark, and b) he appears to have posted the victim's name just a few comments previously, I assume those either are his opinions, or he'd like us to believe they are his opinions so we'll flip out on him. I could be wrong, of course, but I don't think it makes me dense to assume the default position.


He knows that - he's just being a biatch for exercise. Play along with him - it's more fun that way.
 
2013-03-19 07:45:09 AM  

Bontesla: thisone: Dafatone: GAT_00: Add this to the fact that some women have been shown to simply cry rape if they regretted a decision to sleep with someone because it would ruin a relationship, or simply cry it for attention, and there are still severe problems all around.

Someday we'll have a thread on this subject where "cry rape" doesn't get brought up.

Someday.

I'm female, I have a friend who has been raped. My ex was accused of rape by a woman who, as we found out, had a history of "crying rape" or sexual assault whenever she was fired from a job.

farked up, entitled people do exist and instead of just getting thrown out of court she should have been thrown in jail. I've no doubt she's just gone on to do it again.

My ex just wanted the whole thing over with, he was so broken from having to go through it.

Just curious... How did you know he was innocent?


honestly? she said it took place in a particular location at a particular time. That location was covered with CCTV cameras.

Oh, and she also taunted him about the charges.
 
2013-03-19 07:46:02 AM  

fdlgrl: So, so very late to the thread, but I just finished reading a book titled Woman's Inhumanity to Woman and it certainly touched on this phenomenon- females ganging up on a female victim. It doesn't really explain why this happens, except some double standard that girls and boys grow through and doesn't really explain how to fix. Except by learning to communicate in a more forthright fashion. We seem to have a kind of evil cunning.


I hate to compare human females to the animal kingdom, but it happens in animal pack societies as well...
 
2013-03-19 07:46:05 AM  

GregoryD: I played high school football. I never raped anyone.

In fact, I gained no additional respect/favors/dates from anyone playing football even though I was one of the best players on the team. I started every varsity game for three years and I was the team captain my senior year. I didn't even go to my proms.

Just because this town has some farked up problems, don't somehow bunch every school/town/football program together. That is just stupid.

Just because you don't understand football there is no reason to bash it.

You want to blame something? How about now every kid at the age of 10 sees every kind of rape, murder, suicide, dead body, beheading, sexual act on the internet? By 12 they've seen every kind of depravity known to man and suddenly you are surprised that they are desensitized to fingerbanging a drunk girl?


lol, remember when snuff videos were a myth?
 
2013-03-19 07:50:12 AM  

cmb53208: If you follow high school sports as an adult, you need to get a farking life.

 
2013-03-19 07:50:16 AM  

CeroX: fdlgrl: So, so very late to the thread, but I just finished reading a book titled Woman's Inhumanity to Woman and it certainly touched on this phenomenon- females ganging up on a female victim. It doesn't really explain why this happens, except some double standard that girls and boys grow through and doesn't really explain how to fix. Except by learning to communicate in a more forthright fashion. We seem to have a kind of evil cunning.

I hate to compare human females to the animal kingdom, but it happens in animal pack societies as well...


Oh yes, that's documented in the book as well.
 
2013-03-19 07:50:50 AM  

Snarfangel: By the way, I am not suggesting that women are normally nicer than men (that's an argument for another day). I'm just saying that if a couple of woman ganged up and cut off  some innocent guy's Mr. Happy while he was drunk and forwarded pictures of the crime to all of their friends, I don't think a whole lot of men would make threats to the victim if the women were convicted. They would at least have some empathy at how horrific such a crime was.

Yes, even if they were 15 and 16 years old, and the women were beach volleyball stars or whatever. There are some things you just don't do.


One of the girls wrote "you tore our family apart"...your theory breaks down when it's a family member.
 
2013-03-19 07:54:53 AM  

DigitalCoffee: Time to rename the town to Stupidville yet?

I've been saying that for years, and I'm from Cleveland. The only good thing that came from that place is Dean Martin and Traci Lords.

 
2013-03-19 07:55:12 AM  

bborchar: One of the girls wrote "you tore our family apart"...your theory breaks down when it's a family member.


Of course, the sad part is, her anger is misguided... The ones who "tore her family apart" were the young men who decided to rape a passed out girl, film it and post it online.
 
2013-03-19 07:55:35 AM  
Steubenville, isn't that near Springfield?
 
2013-03-19 07:55:53 AM  

BunkoSquad: It's basically time to burn Steubenville to the ground and salt the earth so nothing grows again there, isn't it?


I don't know about that, but here we have yet another town that needs to have football taken away (looking at you, Penn State). If significant numbers of people will defend known predators because football, then the community does not deserve to have it, and, indeed, needs to have it taken away so that the local culture can deal with its corruption.
 
2013-03-19 07:58:53 AM  

Millennium: here we have yet another town that needs to have football taken away (looking at you, Penn State). If significant numbers of people will defend known predators because football, then the community does not deserve to have it, and, indeed, needs to have it taken away so that the local culture can deal with its corruption.


This.

PSU should have had football nuked, and so should this town.
Let them idolize embroiderers or upholsterers.
 
2013-03-19 08:00:43 AM  

rattchett: cardex: Benevolent Misanthrope: 

When a woman is raped, she is generally the one on trial, and has to prove she didn't ask for it.  Which pisses me off on alot of levels, because - even if she did consent, this implies that a woman doesn't have the right to say, "Stop."

Sick, but that's the way it is.  It's the prevailing tactic for rape defense, and was absolutely openly used in this case.


She has every right to say no up to the point it's over, not 2 weeks later then decide it was rape not defending the guys but in this place they are only 33% to blame the girl is 17% and her parents are 50% for not teaching her not to get shiat face drunk and farking every guy in town

She doesn't have to say "no", she has to say "yes". Your standard is from the Stone Age and is based on the idea that if a women does not scream "no" it's okay.

I can't take all your possessions and then say "well he didn't say no." And I can't go to you when you have a lack of capacity, due to drunkeness, and talk you into giving me all your worldly possessions.


Perfectly said.
 
2013-03-19 08:02:27 AM  

GregoryD: I played high school football. I never raped anyone.

In fact, I gained no additional respect/favors/dates from anyone playing football even though I was one of the best players on the team. I started every varsity game for three years and I was the team captain my senior year. I didn't even go to my proms.

Just because this town has some farked up problems, don't somehow bunch every school/town/football program together. That is just stupid.

Just because you don't understand football there is no reason to bash it.


You are correct, at least to some degree. However, that doesn't mean there's not a problem.

For decades, this has been common enough (yet spoken only underground, in hushed tones) to have gotten its own literary tropes around it. That could have been brushed off as literature doing what it does best, but now the court cases have begun in earnest, and it turns out there's some truth in the trope. It's a real problem, and while this doesn't make football itself a bad thing, it does mean there's a very real need to understand whence the corrupting influence comes. It might not even be from football itself, and I hope it's not, but even then, there's a need to understand why it gravitated toward football.

How did it come to this?
 
2013-03-19 08:02:30 AM  

c-ment: DigitalCoffee: Time to rename the town to Stupidville yet?

I've been saying that for years, and I'm from Cleveland. The only good thing that came from that place is Dean Martin and Traci Lords.


Wait... Traci Lords is from there?

No wonder that town can't wrap their head around rape... they just assume whoring around is what you do when you turn 16... idiots...
 
2013-03-19 08:09:22 AM  

thorthor: CWeinerWV: Therion: I say we take off and nuke the entire site (Ohio) from orbit, just to be sure.

As someone who lives directly on the other side of the river, I support this.  Say what you want about WV but it's rednecks on one side in PA and these types next door in Ohio that make this area look horrendous.

Honestly, other than people associated with the school, people in this area don't support the cover-up.  We were outraged, just powerless against it.  People around here are tired of the violent crime, drug problem, and break-ins/robberies that go unreported, and this is the icing on the cake.  Without the national spotlight it would've been swept under the rug by people associated with the school, because there's an incestuous relationship between the school and those in power in the area.  You only hear the idiots, you don't hear all the people that wanted this pursued, or wanted to speak up but were afraid for this very reason.  Obviously I'm not talking about the ones that refused to cooperate because of being associated with the act, but those that may have had knowledge or wanted to bring attention to it but didn't feel safe enough to speak up.

From west Virginia also, and I cringe when I hear the mud slinged in our direction. If people could see what a proud and dignified people we are (mostly), I want to tell them.... but they wont see the light.

/lets meet up, drink some moonglow, and try to come up with a plan. BY GOD! Go mounties!


Unfortunately I have to do another sentence in South Florida for school.  My god talk about backwards.  The more I travel the more I'd rather be home in the dub-V
 
2013-03-19 08:10:58 AM  

CeroX: c-ment: DigitalCoffee: Time to rename the town to Stupidville yet?

I've been saying that for years, and I'm from Cleveland. The only good thing that came from that place is Dean Martin and Traci Lords.

Wait... Traci Lords is from there?

No wonder that town can't wrap their head around rape... they just assume whoring around is what you do when you turn 16... idiots...


One quote you probably hear alot there is 'Does this rag smell like chloroform to you?'
 
2013-03-19 08:12:07 AM  

NewportBarGuy: Benevolent Misanthrope: Oh, just stick around in the thread. You'll see lots here. Not to mention CNN, who made the story about how two young men's promising athletic careers would be ruined by the verdict.

Makes me farking sick.

You mean a girl named Poppy is an abject idiot and CNN ran with it? I'm shocked!


www.cnn.com
"Won't somebody  please think of the poor rapists?!!"
 
2013-03-19 08:13:58 AM  
Meh.  All the little a-holes should go to jail, and the victim and her family should look in to moving just to make things easier on her.  Sucks that she should even have to think of that, but in reality it would probably be the best move.
 
2013-03-19 08:16:00 AM  

Millennium: GregoryD: I played high school football. I never raped anyone.

In fact, I gained no additional respect/favors/dates from anyone playing football even though I was one of the best players on the team. I started every varsity game for three years and I was the team captain my senior year. I didn't even go to my proms.

Just because this town has some farked up problems, don't somehow bunch every school/town/football program together. That is just stupid.

Just because you don't understand football there is no reason to bash it.

You are correct, at least to some degree. However, that doesn't mean there's not a problem.

For decades, this has been common enough (yet spoken only underground, in hushed tones) to have gotten its own literary tropes around it. That could have been brushed off as literature doing what it does best, but now the court cases have begun in earnest, and it turns out there's some truth in the trope. It's a real problem, and while this doesn't make football itself a bad thing, it does mean there's a very real need to understand whence the corrupting influence comes. It might not even be from football itself, and I hope it's not, but even then, there's a need to understand why it gravitated toward football.

How did it come to this?


It has nothing to do with the sport of football.  It has everything to do with communities that allow people with authority the leeway to abuse it - priests, coaches, scout masters, abusive parents, a corrupt sheriff, superior officers in the military, and any other number of examples.  If the community won't hold them accountable, something heinous will eventually happen.
 
2013-03-19 08:16:44 AM  

zelachang: the ha ha guy: GAT_00: As bad as it still is for women who are victims of rape, it is actually worse if a man gets raped by a woman.  The almost universal reaction is of disbelief.


I know this firsthand. I tries to press charges against the woman who raped me when I was a teenager, and the reactions were always some variation of "congratulations" or "women can't commit rape" (usually both). Literally nobody took me seriously.

/No, it wasn't as enjoyable as you think. She used a dildo.



Man Rape
 
2013-03-19 08:17:36 AM  

robohobo: By all accounts from kids i her school, this girl was a train depot at parties.


So what?  If she is conscious and says "Yes" to the entire basketball team then that is her decision.  If she is passed out and does not give consent then it is no longer her decision.  At that point it is rape.
 
2013-03-19 08:22:06 AM  

Mock26: robohobo: By all accounts from kids i her school, this girl was a train depot at parties.

So what?  If she is conscious and says "Yes" to the entire basketball team then that is her decision.  If she is passed out and does not give consent then it is no longer her decision.  At that point it is rape.


This guy is way too interested in the underage rape victim. He is now labeled pedo guy
 
2013-03-19 08:24:12 AM  

Dafatone: TopoGigo: Dafatone: GAT_00: Add this to the fact that some women have been shown to simply cry rape if they regretted a decision to sleep with someone because it would ruin a relationship, or simply cry it for attention, and there are still severe problems all around.

Someday we'll have a thread on this subject where "cry rape" doesn't get brought up.

Someday.

It happens. Nobody knows how often it happens, but it definitely happens. While the words "cry rape" are pretty insensitive, the fact remains that it is hard to prove that any particular woman was "date raped". (God, how I hate that term.)
So, WTF can we do about it? We can't assume that any accuser is automatically telling the truth. We can't assume that any accuser is automatically lying. We can't assume that any accuser is automatically exaggerating. We can't read their f*cking minds. Polygraphs are inadmissible in court, for what I can only assume are good reasons. The only thing I know to do is to tell girls to fight. At least if there are physical injuries, there is evidence. Punch, claw, scratch, kick, bite. And accept that you might get your face irreparably smashed in, or your life abruptly ended. WTF, that doesn't work, either.

Sure, it happens.  People are falsely accused of other crimes, but if we get an article about someone running an illegal dog kennel, no one's yelling about how people get falsely accused of illegal dog kennels.

It happens, but it doesn't need to be pointed out in every thread about rape.  A thread about someone falsely accused?  Sure.  A thread about a trial itself, where the truth of the accusation is in question?  Sure.

But here, we have a thread about two asshole girls tweeting at a rape victim, whose attackers have already been found guilty.  What, there, has anything to do with "sometimes women falsely accuse men of rape" other than this sickening notion that in EVERY single thread on this subject, someone has to chime in with "sometimes women falsely accuse men of ...


Thanks for saying all this for me and so many others.    Welcome to TF.
 
2013-03-19 08:24:41 AM  

ChrisDe: Remind me again how playing high school sports builds character.


Cross country, swimming, yeah. Football, basketball, not so much.
 
2013-03-19 08:25:42 AM  

Dafatone: if we get an article about someone running an illegal dog kennel, no one's yelling about how people get falsely accused of illegal dog kennels.


If only that were true. I don't have time this morning to go spilunking for the thread, but there was a story about increased enforcement against mass breeders, and there were energetic, determined apologists there.

Fark is overrun with massively stupid people.
 
2013-03-19 08:25:48 AM  

deanis: Mock26: robohobo: By all accounts from kids i her school, this girl was a train depot at parties.

So what?  If she is conscious and says "Yes" to the entire basketball team then that is her decision.  If she is passed out and does not give consent then it is no longer her decision.  At that point it is rape.

This guy is way too interested in the underage rape victim. He is now labeled pedo guy


I go straight for "sociopath."
 
2013-03-19 08:27:41 AM  

RubberBabyBuggyBumpers: ChrisDe: Remind me again how playing high school sports builds character.

Cross country, swimming, yeah. Football, basketball, not so much.


Well, people who think slamming yourself physically into another person after trash talking them builds character often confuse charisma with just being an asshole.
 
2013-03-19 08:29:21 AM  

RubberBabyBuggyBumpers: ChrisDe: Remind me again how playing high school sports builds character.

Cross country, swimming, yeah. Football, basketball, not so much.


i don't know... if you are trying to mold your character into a douche nozzle, then i'm sure the latter contribute to that perfectly...
 
2013-03-19 08:31:19 AM  

Snarfangel: WTF is wrong with some people? And girls? Not just misanthropic basement-dwelling Cheeto-stained football nuts?


Not just girls, teenaged girls.  Hateful, spiteful queens of the cheerleading squad who can't believe that little slut got those two hot football players put away.
 
2013-03-19 08:38:46 AM  
This is what football does.  It makes people congregate in large numbers and yell stupid things.  Huge waste of time.
 
2013-03-19 08:39:48 AM  
I feel so sorry for those boys. Their rape careers have been cut short now. They are going to be losing so many co-ed rape opportunities they could have taken advantage of. Soon their best raping years will have been behind them.

So to speak.
 
2013-03-19 08:43:29 AM  

GregoryD: I played high school football. I never raped anyone.

In fact, I gained no additional respect/favors/dates from anyone playing football even though I was one of the best players on the team. I started every varsity game for three years and I was the team captain my senior year. I didn't even go to my proms.

Just because this town has some farked up problems, don't somehow bunch every school/town/football program together. That is just stupid.

Just because you don't understand football there is no reason to bash it.


Oh, aren't you just precious.  Wahhhhh, you all just don't understand football!  Because that's what this is all about.  People's misunderstanding of football.
 
2013-03-19 08:44:36 AM  
Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.
 
2013-03-19 08:48:51 AM  
Millennium:

I don't know about that, but here we have yet another town that needs to have football taken away (looking at you, Penn State). If significant numbers of people will defend known predators because football, then the community does not deserve to have it, and, indeed, needs to have it taken away so that the local culture can deal with its corruption.

I realize that this is a sound concept, but enforcement would be impractical. Instead, we should bring back decimation.
 
2013-03-19 08:50:03 AM  

The Muthaship: Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.


It's not as if people gamble on it . .
oh. wait.
 
2013-03-19 08:51:46 AM  

vudukungfu: The Muthaship: Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.

It's not as if people gamble on it . .
oh. wait.


How are the people who want to bet on sports effected by that?
 
2013-03-19 08:55:24 AM  

StrangeQ: GregoryD: I played high school football. I never raped anyone.

In fact, I gained no additional respect/favors/dates from anyone playing football even though I was one of the best players on the team. I started every varsity game for three years and I was the team captain my senior year. I didn't even go to my proms.

Just because this town has some farked up problems, don't somehow bunch every school/town/football program together. That is just stupid.

Just because you don't understand football there is no reason to bash it.

Oh, aren't you just precious.  Wahhhhh, you all just don't understand football!  Because that's what this is all about.  People's misunderstanding of football.



It is a bit extreme to indict the whole sport, which a few folks on this thread have done. Hell, there are 30 kids on that team that aren't accused of a crime. However, if the coaches were found to be complicit in this, the program deserves some punishment. (I'd say firing and a 3-year playoff ban)

The bigger problem is the coaches, parents, and law enforcement that were willing to cover for these jerks. You tell a 17 year old kid that you'll make their legal problems go away as long as they win on Friday, and they'll take the deal. That fosters the entitlement problem that is the real issue.
 
2013-03-19 08:57:18 AM  

The Muthaship: Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.


It's not the football that's the problem. It's the rape. If you took all the sports out of all the schools in the world there would still be just as much rape.
 
2013-03-19 08:58:58 AM  

The Muthaship: Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.


Why would you want to take away revenue streams from already struggling schools.
 
2013-03-19 09:00:28 AM  

quickdraw: The Muthaship: Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.

It's not the football that's the problem. It's the rape. If you took all the sports out of all the schools in the world there would still be just as much rape.


It takes away a motive to cover it up.

stoli n coke: The Muthaship: Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.

Why would you want to take away revenue streams from already struggling schools.


Most schools lose money on football.  That's why many poorer districts don't even have it.
 
2013-03-19 09:02:21 AM  

The Muthaship: Most schools lose money on football.  That's why many poorer districts don't even have it.


Most schools who suck at it.
 
2013-03-19 09:03:07 AM  

lacydog: http://publicshaming.tumblr.com/

This has to be the saddest tumblr I have ever found. Humanity blows.


They can try, but they can't hide the number of women who say

Take responsibility for yourself and your own actions.

and

Don't get blackout drunk.
 
2013-03-19 09:04:26 AM  

SilentStrider: F*cking amazing. The fact that those two assholes have garnered the slightest bit of sympathy floors me.


The one tweet they showed indicated that she was related to the one of the two guys found guilty (he is her cousin).
 
2013-03-19 09:06:19 AM  

ChrisDe: Remind me again how playing high school sports builds character.


Bad character is a KIND of character, Your Honor.
 
2013-03-19 09:08:08 AM  

The Muthaship: quickdraw: The Muthaship: Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.

It's not the football that's the problem. It's the rape. If you took all the sports out of all the schools in the world there would still be just as much rape.

It takes away a motive to cover it up.


No it doesn't. Rape is a crime. It is a crime that happens in many different places every day. It is just like other crimes such as theft or battery. The motive of the cover-up is to avoid prison time. No one wants their kid to go to prison.
 
2013-03-19 09:09:05 AM  

The Muthaship: quickdraw: The Muthaship: Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.

It's not the football that's the problem. It's the rape. If you took all the sports out of all the schools in the world there would still be just as much rape.

It takes away a motive to cover it up.

stoli n coke: The Muthaship: Football is fine.  Hell, all sports are fine.  They just need to be removed from schools.

Why would you want to take away revenue streams from already struggling schools.

Most schools lose money on football.  That's why many poorer districts don't even have it.


a lot of schools around us use athletic boosters to cover, and schools don't put that much money out... football and cheerleaders gain the support of parents all over... I see more secondary curricular programs cut long before football... art, music, shop, clubs like chess or debate... football is the last program in a school to be cut... unless it's an inner city school, schools like Kings not only don't have the funds, they don't have the space for football... but there seems to be a flip on inner city schools, there is a higher focus on positive creativity and learning, unlike the burbs where football is not just a national past time, it's the life blood of the burbs
 
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