Why are appologists for rapists of men quick to point out "it isn't that they are gay, but a...
sick expression of their power"? -surely they still need to be somewhat gay or on drugs to carry it out! ...Do gay men rape women???
Having had sex educator training, I will say that rape is much more an expression of power and dominance as the motivating factor behind the physical action. It's one of the same prime reasons behind child abuse, where the abuser goes after someone who can't fight back, whom they can force to their will.
by RocketCityWriter 12 months ago
Is it rude to point out grammar/spelling mistakes on hubs via comments?I've come across numerous hubs that have grammar and spelling errors, some minor and some littered with mistakes. Otherwise, these hubs would be interesting and will written in my opinion. Is it rude to point out these mistakes...
by harmony155 6 years ago
Do you think it's polite to point out to a fellow hubber that they have misspelled a word or name?
by Dennis L. Page 6 years ago
When commenting on other Hubbers articles, do you point out spelling and grammar errors?
by LoliHey 2 years ago
Why is it that with terrorism going on, people are so apt to point out the "cruelty" of Christians?ISIS is a real threat. But people tend to downplay this, by trying to prove that Christians are worse. People love to play the "Hitler was a Christian" card. Anyone can...
by whonunuwho 5 years ago
Why do the ones who protest so much and point out wrongs, are so often with evil intentions?Do you think that people who seem to pounce upon social upheavals of the broadcasts in recent news, are undermining and perhaps have an agenda, not favorable to humanity, itself?
by Cookinmom11 7 years ago
Point out poor grammar & sentence structure, or let it go?I've been reading Hubs and I find myself wanting to correct grammatical errors and comment on lack of sentence structure. Is that off limits? Is it better to just let it go? I don't want HubPages to appear...
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