Duke Strippers and ABC News

Feminist working at ABC News are using a stripper's rape allegations against Duke lacrosse players, to promote their female chauvinist ideology.
These journalists claimed they conducted interviews with college students across the US. However, their interviews emphasized men as abusive and female strippers as drug dealers.

They quote a former Harvard student "They (men) would always be very obnoxious to the girls. I see how guys treat strippers, and I can totally believe there might be abuse."
They quote a Cornell graduate "The guys are awful to the women. They scream at them to do lascivious acts and stick fingers in and around them."
Finally, ABC News said a Duke student stated each year his fraternity got a stripper for the new pledge class. He said that a fraternity brother also would buy drugs from the stripper and her pimp.

ABC News feminists also said students could see "the margin for abuse in alcohol and testosterone-driven settings". (Feminist of ABC News did not have a problem with male strippers entertaining female college students nor did they consider that form of entertainment as an estrogen-driven setting).

Additionally, the journalists attempted to portray (male) strip club patrons as possible rapists. They stated one of the two dancers they interviewed (named Summer) was sympethetic to the Duke stripper. ABC News stated Summer was raped by a strip club customer who initially was kind and that "many of the dancers she knew had been phsically abused".
This sexist sterotype is consistent with the famous feminist quote "Every man is a potential rapist".

ABC News feminists ended their segment by tacitly advocating violence against men. Their final words :

"The worst thing that ever happened to Cassidy
{a dancer} was the night a German tourist called her a b---. She took his beer bottle and slammed him in the head with it. She was suspended from her job, but she doesn't regret it. 'It was worth it,' she said. "

Cassidy should have been arrested on battery charges. Simply because she was called a derogatory name is not an excuse to commit a violent act. The next time ABC News feminists make another derogatory comment about men (most likely their next broadcast) can men slam beer bottles over the journalists' heads OR will ABC News suddenly advocate a different stamdard?

These are the same jouranlists who were outraged that a US military dog handler in Iraq allowed his dog to bark close to a terrorist suspect - thereby frightening the suspect. (The dog handler recieved 90 days hard labor for this supposed "attrocity"). ABC News claimed a soldier frieghtening a terrorist suspect is an attrocity. However, ABC News has no problem allowing their sexist jounalists to tacitly advocate violence against men.

For more on feminists and strippers see January Post

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