Like a drag queen’s schlong popping out of his pantyhose, transgenderism has suddenly become the cause du jour of social justice warriors. Across America and the west at large, transsexuals are fighting for their “right” to be acknowledged as “female” just because they’ve had their penises flayed into leathery pouches. Not only that, trannies think they have a “right” to sleep with straight men without disclosing that they used to have penises, and that men who feel violated by this are “transphobic” bigots.
Unfortunately for transsexuals, what they’re doing might actually be rape.
Last month, New Jersey State Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-Burlington) introduced a bill that would criminalize “rape by fraud,” the act of having sex with someone by lying about yourself. Rape-by-fraud laws not only have a long history in Anglo-American common law, they also have a strong amount of support from modern legal theorists. More importantly, laws such as New Jersey’s can be used to arrest trannies who trick straight men into sex.
A Brief History Of Rape By Fraud
While rape-by-fraud laws are rare in modern America—only California, Colorado, Alabama, Tennessee and Montana currently have them—there is a growing movement in American academia to expand their reach. Rape by deception is believed to have originated in medieval England as a way of protecting women who had sex with men pretending to be their husbands, a fairly easy maneuver at night when the only sources of illumination were fires and candles.
Rape by fraud first came to the attention of the public in 2008, when Massachusetts resident Marissa Lee-Fuentes cried rape after her boyfriend’s brother impersonated him in order to have sex with her; because Lee-Fuentes’s room was pitch-black, she didn’t notice the difference until he left. Because Massachusetts law requires that rape include the use of force, the case was thrown out of court. An attempt by then-State Representative Peter Koutoujian to pass rape-by-deception legislation died in committee.
Last year, California was forced to amend the state’s rape-by-fraud law because of a similar case. In People v. Morales, an appellate court overturned the 2009 rape conviction of Julio Morales, who had sex with a woman by sneaking into her darkened bedroom and pretending to be her boyfriend. According to the court, California’s rape-by-fraud law only protected women who slept with men pretending to be their husbands; because the woman was unmarried, Morales’s actions were not illegal. The state legislature quickly passed a bill to close this loophole, which was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on September 9, 2013.
Rape-by-fraud laws also exist in other countries. In the 1998 R. v. Cuerrier case, the Supreme Court of Canada declared that any instance of sex obtained through “dishonesty” is rape. A 2010 rape case in Israel drew international attention when Palestinian Sabbar Kashur was charged with rape by fraud after he slept with a Jewish woman by claiming to be Jewish himself. It was later revealed that the charge was part of a plea bargain, as Kashur had actually violently raped and beaten the woman.
Arguments in favor of rape-by-fraud laws have been advanced in American legal circles for years. One of rape-by-fraud’s most notable proponents is Yale Law School professor Jed Rubenfeld, husband of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother author Amy Chua. In his 2013 Yale Law Journal article “The Riddle of Rape-by-Deception and the Myth of Sexual Autonomy,” Rubenfeld argued in favor of rape-by-fraud laws with the reasoning that “in virtually every area of the law outside of rape, a consent procured through deception is no consent at all.”
Similar arguments were made by Daniel J. Slomnicki in Law Student Connection, a blog published by the New York State Bar Association. In a 2013 article, Slomnicki urged the New York state government to adopt a rape-by-fraud law:
New York does not have a crime of rape by fraud, deception, or impersonation. In fact, 27 states do not criminalize sexual intercourse obtained by fraudulent means. Furthermore, such a case has not been decided in a New York courtroom since 1994. Nevertheless, this paper argues that it is time for the New York legislature to act. It is time for the New York legislature to finally adopt an amendment that makes it a crime in the state of New York for a perpetrator who obtains sexual intercourse by fraudulent means. The New York legislature should act now and follow the leads of the many jurisdictions that already criminalize rape by fraud, deception or impersonation.
Given the feminist push to legitimize “date rape” and other forms of rape that don’t involve force, criminalizing rape by deception is the logical next step. However, social justice warriors have failed to realize how these laws can be used against them.
If You’re A Tranny, You Might Be A Rapist
The vast majority of straight men have no desire to sleep with transsexuals, because most men want to have sex with women, not dudes who’ve had their cocks hacked off with a rusty scalpel. Because trannies know deep down that none of the men they lust after want them, they resort to lying about their trans status in order to get laid. Indeed, many SJWs now argue that transsexuals don’t have to disclose their trans status to the men they seduce. Under rape-by-fraud statutes, this makes trannies into potential rapists.
Additionally, with the feminist idea of “enthusiastic consent” being codified into law, transsexuals find themselves in an even deeper pickle. California’s new “Yes Means Yes” sexual assault law means that anyone getting laid in the state is required to obtain enthusiastic, affirmative consent to avoid a rape charge. Any tranny who lies about his real sex to the men he beds is not obtaining affirmative consent, thereby making him a rapist under California law.
Despite this, most trannies are violently opposed to revealing their true identities to their sexual partners. Last year, a U.K. court ruled that it was illegal for transsexuals to have sex with others without disclosure, in accordance with existing rape law. Writing in VICE, tranny Paris Lees whined about the court’s decision, claiming “it’s all good if [transsexuals] can successfully ‘trick’ people.” Based on the writings of Lees and his peers, most trannies believe they should be allowed to rape straight men and get away with it.
We shouldn’t be surprised. What SJWs refer to as “transphobia” is a perfectly normal reaction to a social sickness. Men who wear skirts and get silicone breast implants have much higher rates of mental illness, drug addiction and suicide than the general population. The same mental pathology that leads men to get their scrotums reconstructed into clits also leads them to think they have a “right” to have sex with men who would otherwise find them repulsive.
I believe that people should be allowed to live however they want, but I also believe that two plus two equals four. No amount of “tolerance” re-education will get straight men to believe that having sex with a castrated guy is the same as sex with a woman. Until trannies learn to respect the sexual boundaries of others, I fully support any man who reports his tranny assailant to the police. If SJWs want to make rape by fraud a crime, they’ll have to live with the consequences.
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