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Caleb-F-Bear Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lots of rape victims recall having the feeling of "being carved out with a spoon" and usually recount their experiences with tears in their eyes.

Yeah, sorry if it makes me a stick in the mud if I don't find that funny.
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CelticKawaii Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
You know, I've tried using 'rape' when 'abused', 'gutted' or 'mutilated' would've worked better...it didn't feel comfortable to me.
I've never experienced it, but I really don't like how people throw it around today so casually.
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Eternities22 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
YES.

Apparently, racism is meant to be funny now. Apparently, you're meant to laugh when the n-word is said. Personally, I cringe when I see someone using it as a joke or as a greeting, because it's connected to a time when blacks were enslaved whipped and lynched.
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GaussianCat Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It gets worse. There are people out there who whine about racism and discrimination being each day more labeled as something bad by liberals and leftists.
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Eternities22 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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It seems that nobody really knows what is right and what is wrong anymore. Nowadays people can do almost anything and have an excuse for it, and people will always accept that excuse because it's calculated so you can't find a loophole.
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CR4ZYF0X Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2014  Student Artist
This is my answer to EVERYTHING now!
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Zelendur Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

It depends. If nobody is harmed by laughing about that topic (for example, senseless OC joking regarding to this topic when no real person is hurt) it's okay. A little tasteless somtimes, but okay.

 

It's only serious if you laugh about victims, or in front of people who can't take the topic with humour. Empathy and brainscore are the key to laugh about even serious stuff and still not offend anyone with it :3

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h-word Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Student
It is pretty horrible though, wouldn't laugh about it. Please don't think like this. Many people are victims of rape even though you wouldn't know about it, and you could offend someone or make them feel bad for not taking it as a joke.

I don't know what you mean though, still doesn't sound like a good idea. <: s
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Zelendur Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Well you know, I just think that I can't adjust my life for the idea of not offending anyone!
I surely don't make rape jokes on purpose, but if someones makes a good joke I find funny I'm not ashamed to laugh.
I can't read minds, and I won't hold back a grin just for the idea of someone being offended. If I see that someone doesnt think its funny I will surely stop talking about the topic and/or apologize, depending on the situation.
It's not like I blame someone for not laughing about it. It turns out a little awkward, but hey, not everyone shares the same sense of humour, so I don't judge anyone if they tell me to please not joke about it.

What I meant is, it's okay to laugh if you KNOW that nobody will be offended. When talking to my best friends for example. I know they can laugh about it, too, so it's no harm. I avoid that topic in public anyway, since I know people are easily offended.
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h-word Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014  Student
I still don't quite agree with you, but okay, I think I get it! Just be sure that nobody gets hurt.
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