Some College Dating Advice

From Stacy McCain:

The Law of Large Numbers dictates that if you screw around enough, eventually you’ll encounter The Psycho Bitch From Hell.

Considering that the legal system is set up specifically to allow Psycho Bitches From Hell to ruin men’s lives, and only recently have any of them been slapped on the wrist for filing false rape reports…

Yeah. Be careful out there.

I failed to bookmark it, but recently there was some legislation proposed somewhere to require men and women to have explicit verbal or written consent for sexual activity, which amused me greatly, because I imagine that’s exactly how all the “sex workers” operate, except they charge money too.

Unfortunately, with the way young people aren’t taught how to effectively communicate, we get things like this proposed law, which is essentially just codified common sense. (Verbal consent: exactly what’s at stake in every he said/she said dispute over sex – so obviously the only verbal consent that counts is videotaped verbal consent!) News flash, young women: when you go home with a man whom you have previously regularly allowed Fondling Privileges, he’s under the impression that you’re about to have hot sex with him, not just cuddles and heavy petting on the couch. I grew up extremely sheltered with no boyfriend at all until my fiance and even I knew that!

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2 Responses to Some College Dating Advice

  1. Jordan S. Bassior says:

    I failed to bookmark it, but recently there was some legislation proposed somewhere to require men and women to have explicit verbal or written consent for sexual activity, which amused me greatly, because I imagine that’s exactly how all the “sex workers” operate, except they charge money too.

    Look at the bright side! If actually obeyed, the loss of spontaneity resulting from this law could, among other things, not only solve the population problem but indeed the problems resulting from human impact upon the environment!

    Happily, it’s hard to imagine any society of human beings actually obeying this law. Though it could claim quite a few innocent victims.

    • pancakeloach says:

      You know, as much as normal people don’t need explicit contracts, either verbal or written, to successfully engage in interpersonal relationships, I suspect a law such as that would technically be unconstitutional. What business does the government have in adults’ bedrooms, again?

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