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Should rapists be hurt physicallly, psychologocally, or be humiliated?

I have always thought when people behaved at their worst, is when they need love the most. Humiliation only leads to thoughts thst they will never be accepted, and if you hurt them, it only makes them angry and therefore leads to more crimes.

Do you think showing people love, respect, and kindness reforms them more than hurting or humiliating them?

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  • Castration, long term imprisonment, and shunning.

    Anonymous May 15, 2019 9:32 am Reply
  • Death penalty.

    Anonymous May 15, 2019 9:46 am Reply
  • We post local sex offender’s posters in our neighborhood so that everyone is aware of their existance. I will make every effort to never speak to one or be in one’s presense. If I see them in public I will watch them to make sure they don’t attempt to groom or take advantage of anyone. I will make sure everyone I know is informed they are an offender so they can take precautions. I would certainly never employ one, or allow one to be around my family.

    Sex offenders tend to repeat their crimes, and often they’ve gotten away with crimes they were never charged with. They can never be trusted.

    Anonymous May 15, 2019 9:53 am Reply
  • As a rape victim, I would have loved to castrate my rapist. For several reasons: it would impair him from doing it again (I know some will argue this point), it would stop him from impregnating any victims, it would make him pay a real tangible price for his crime, and it would have given me relief and satisfaction.

    But in this country we don’t have castration. So he got off with time served (waiting in jail to make bail) plus community service and parole due to the arguments of his lying attorney; a liberal male judge; great acting on his part (Academy Award) and bleeding hearts on the jury who themselves have never been raped. The jury wanted to give him that “love, respect, and kindness” which you mention, but which he never gave me while holding a knife to my throat, raping me and then violently sodomizing me causing excruciating pain and agony.

    He smirked and giggled as he left the court room. Oh yes it’s so funny to rape and get off.

    In a perfect world I would be able to take that knife and use it to cut his balls off, but then I’m sure that I would be called all kinds of names. Our society likes to re-victimize the victim. You shouldn’t call me names until after you have walked in my shoes and been raped yourself.

    Anonymous May 15, 2019 10:06 am Reply
    • I’m sorry you went through that. It’s a shame the law is so ineffective. Can you go after him with a civil suit and ruin him financially, at least?

      Anonymous May 15, 2019 10:11 am Reply
  • Just hire a rogue anesthesiologists from
    The dark web, kidnap the target, strap them down to a table and let the doc administer a surgical paralytic, combined with hemo drugs to prevent bleeding out, epinephrine(to keep them from passing out and beta and calcium channel blockers to prevent spikes in blood pressure. Then torture the fuck out of them brutally until their brains go into shock and are rendered unrevivable.

    Anonymous May 15, 2019 12:30 pm Reply
    • Good idea. Since the justice system doesn’t work, there is a need for a private mercenary group. I read about an illegal who was repeatedly deported and was a serial rapist. He broke into a home and raped a 12 year old girl. After his arrest it was found that he previously raped a 6 year old girl, and was wanted in several other states for rape. Maybe they’ll just deport him again.

      The only way to get justice in these cases is with a private mercenary. It seems that numerous women would like to personally castrate their rapist, like the woman in the above comment, but they will never be able to with the justice system.

      Anonymous May 15, 2019 1:13 pm Reply
  • If you hurt them it only makes them angry and therefore leads to more crimes.
    So……we should just let criminals go free so they can commit more crimes anyway, which is exactly what they do.

    Do you think their victims might be hurt and angry? Is it OK to injury and anger the victims? What about love, respect, and kindness for victims?

    Anonymous May 15, 2019 2:33 pm Reply
  • The problem with this is your all listening to the cho mo. WE SEE YOU!

    Anonymous May 15, 2019 3:42 pm Reply
  • Probably a pent-up demand for private justice mercenary service. That’s what the mafia initially did for immigrants a hundred years ago. Many women would castrate their rapist if the could, others couldn’t do it but would watch someone else do it.
    Society would be outraged at first, but rape would plummet.
    Rape won’t stop until a life sentence or castration is standard.

    Anonymous May 15, 2019 4:09 pm Reply

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