Another falsely accused man beaten

Only this time, they beat him to death.

But remember, according to people like Amanda “George Lincoln Rockwell Junior” Marcotte and other gender ideologues at places like Slate and Jezebel, false rape allegations almost never happen, and anyway, even if they do, men it happens to should take it as a learning lesson about the state of women in society. (And don’t even get me started on the whole “rape is only penetration” thing, which my friend Typhon Blue so thoroughly explained is another common cultural lie.)

The woman who falsely accused this man should be named and charged with a crime, although she won’t be because society refuses to hold women accountable for such things. Furthermore, she should be suspected of one of the most prevalent forms of female violence–proxy violence, by which she has men work violence on her behalf.

Said proxy violence also happens to be the case in the vast majority of so-called “honor killings” in the Middle East, by the way, which is another of many of the taboo discussion areas when it comes to violent women.

  • queenofallevil

    Said proxy violence also happens to be the case in the vast majority of so-called “honor killings” in the Middle East, by the way, which is another of many of the taboo discussion areas when it comes to violent women.

    Could you please expound on this? It has always been my belief that “honor killings” tend to kill more women than men. So, how is it that violent women are encouraging these deaths. I’m confused.

  • http://www.deanesmay.com Dean Esmay

    Patricia Pearson wrote about research on this in “When She Was Bad: Violent Women and the Myth of Innocence,” a book which anyone cares about violence (domestic or otherwise) ought to read.

    As an example of women’s proxy violence, Pearson noted study that looked at the question of what motivated honor killings of women in the Middle East, which found that the majority of such honor killings were committed at the direct behest of the killer’s wife or mother or sisters or aunts–i.e. not just with their approval, but on their explicit instructions.

    This does not excuse the killer, however, it is one of many examples of what is called proxy violence by women. That kind of proxy violence can go all the way from a woman telling her husband he must kill their daughter to assuage the family honor, down to the stupid shit where girls get boys to fight for them–and since boys typically do whatever women tell them to do, that’s not a strange thing.

    I remember once a girl trying to get me to beat up a boy for her just because he pissed her off. I was very young and almost went along with it, backing out of it only at the last moment (this was like 2nd grade, age 8, for me).

    This type of proxy violence appears to be cross-cultural. Watch what happens on this Indian game show when a girl screams at a guy and, unprovoked, lashes out and hits him:

    As Girl Writes What puts it, this is part of Female Privilege: start shit, then get the guys nearest her to inflict and absorb most of the damage for her.

    We can’t really address violence in society until we look on women’s role in it, like they’re adults and not children.