An epidemic of ignorance
Rape has always existed throughout human evolution as a short term expression of fulfilling desires but
under patriarchal capitalism it has become part of our cultural character.
In primitive tribal societies where there existed a healthy fear of inbreeding,
young men would go out and capture themselves a wife from a neighbouring tribe.
This was accepted as a way of maintaining genetic diversity and women were
always traded to cement political or economic agreements between tribes and
In times of war it has been customary for conquering troops to rape the women in
addition to the general looting and destruction but let's not forget the
millions of men and women who have been kidnapped and sold into slavery. The
culture of rape has been around for a very long time and it is one of those
topics that's politely not spoken about.
A woman's body was never her own and nor were men's as they are always
subservient to current social and political needs. A woman's body has always
been a channel for new life but today women are
attempting to make a political statement in claiming the autonomy of their
bodies and yet their minds remain corrupted by fashionable ideologies.
This culture of rape that we live in has been problematic for thousands of years
and shaped our modern world. The driving forces are embodied within patriarchal
capitalism where the welfare of the ruling elite are dependent on the working
Given that most people identify themselves by their name, work and social class
very few people identify themselves as genuine human beings free of the
trappings of whatever culture they were raised in. Most of us have a notion of
human rights and in reaction to the culture of rape, me too and other ideologies
have been born yet they are incapable of making any meaningful change because
they have yet to escape the cultural ideologies they are fighting against.
The only solution requires a civilisational shift or a global shift in
consciousness away from patriarchal capitalism and its rape culture to a society
where men and women can learn to be more complete or more fully human. Such a
world would eliminate the need for patriarchal capitalism and with a little
adjustment, our education systems would focus more on what it means to be human
than training people to be another cog in the machine that drives the existing
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