An interesting, and rather nasty article, highlights a new trend that is in its nature-immensely disturbing
A part of the article that stuck out to me was, “Not only does ‘stealthing’ leave a victim vulnerable to pregnancy or STIs, it causes the same type of emotional, physical and financial harm that stems from other, more clearly defined, violent sex acts. One of the victims Brodsky interviewed for the report called the act “rape-adjacent.” Another victim described what happened with her partner as a “blatant violation of what we’d agree to.”
No doubt it is a disgusting violation of one’s rights but can’t the same be done to men? Can men in a way be a victim of ‘stealthing’, not only removing the condom, but by enabling the pregnancy through other various way without their partners consent?
Where is the punishment to the women who stop taking their birth control without having the consent of her partner? I have heard stories, some dismal successful ones of women who do this purposely to hold the man down. You ever heard about a woman trapping a successful man by faking a pregnancy, or by actually getting pregnant and causing the man to stay… unless he takes off, my question is where if the penalty against women who pull that string. There is even a list of ways women can trap men which include the following I listed above- you can read it here https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/evewoman/article/2001237606/tricks-women-use-to-trap-rich-white-men
In order to eliminate both, each gender must face their punishment for crossing the line when it comes to personal rights. However, should law enforcement begin to look at this as some kind of crime? And if so how should it be charged? Is it sexual assault or is it fraud? Once that questions are answered what type of punishment should be handed down?
Read the article here if you haven’t already… http://nypost.com/2017/04/24/stealthing-is-the-newest-dangerous-sex-trend/