- Sep 28, 2004
- It's a free country.
- Basic Beliefs
Those were some very direct excerpts from posts, with which Emily helpfully provided links so anyone can click on them to check whether the full context contradicts your claim. Which I did, and which they did.I dunno. Those were some very direct quotes that absolutely supported my claim.
Even if it isn’t convenient to you.
As you can see, the full context contains Loren saying "A woman who allows sperm to be released into her vagina is just as responsible as the man who released it."; it does not contain Loren assuring you that men "have no responsibility for preventing a pregnancy."You let a penis in, the expectation should be that there will be sperm unless you have previously agreed on withdrawal or have been told there is no sperm.Uh huh. And do you think that consensual sex automatically implies "Yay, please cum inside me!"?Most sperm ends up in her vagina through consensual activity.How exactly does a woman refuse to allow sperm to be released into her vagina? Walk me through how you think this works, please.
Or do you think that perhaps, just perhaps, there's a social expectation that women should be the ones who have to always be responsible about ensuring they don't get pregnant, and that men are excused from that responsibility altogether?
Did you even bother to read the article I linked?