Diversity training, dumbed down to it’s lowest common denominator. Our modern coed military is still trying to come to grips with what the rest of society learned eons ago, that when men and women are thrown into the mix, attachments can develop, and so can criminal activity. Check out this new Navy poster that some harpy feminist (not even in the Navy) made about sexual assault. Although not taking credit for it, they sure think it is worthy of defending it, no subtlety here:
A poster about sexual assault displayed on the U.S. Navy’s Facebook page is causing quite a stir. Titled “Sexual Assault Prevention Tips,” the poster advises readers not to assault anyone.
“When you see somebody walking by themselves, leave them alone!” it reads. “If you pull over to help someone with car problems, remember not to assault them!”
The poster doesn’t stop there.
“USE THE BUDDY SYSTEM! If you are not able to stop yourself from assaulting people, ask a friend to stay with you while you are in public,” the poster continues. “Don’t forget, you can’t have sex with somebody unless they are awake!”
Dear feminist shrew, your poster is neither witty, clever, or particularly illuminating, it is insulting, stupid, and rather telling about your sexist attitudes towards men. I guess she thinks this will cause a collective palm meet forehead moment with all men, who will take note of the light bulb above them and say ,”Now that you told me, I get it, I now see that NO really does mean NO, I’m giving up my raping ways for good, thank you”.
“As a woman, I take absolutely no offense to this poster. I find it extremely informative. It’s not meant to be funny and I don’t see any humor in it,” one woman explained. “I think it’s sad that so many people can’t see the real objective behind this poster. Truth is, you can present rape in a light manner or a serious one. Doesn’t change the fact that rape exists, has always existed and will always exist as long as there are humans on earth.”
Yes, rape does exist, but those in the 99th percentile that know better don’t need you to tell them how to behave, and the rest are not going to change their ways over some dopey poster, but thanks for making men feel like creeps. I can see the success of this approach in other areas as well. How about 10 tips for “Don’t rob people’, “Don’t eat people”, “Don’t pee on people”, of course what we really need is ,”Don’t be mean to be people”.
Here’s a tip to the war department, don’t let folks with an agenda pen your military posters, it makes you look foolish in the process.
My favorite is number 6 about the buddy system, two male brains wrapped together might equal enough will power to stop the act of rape. Maybe you should take 2 or 3 friends with you, increase those odds of the female escaping unscathed.