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Just so we all know and understand what culture really is, the definition, one of them, reads:

the customs, arts, social institutions, and achievements of a particular nation, people, or other social group.

The other one goes like this:

the arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively.

Last time I checked, last time ANYONE REALLY checked, rape is in fact a problem. There have been lenient sentences that haven’t satisfied anyone, and there’s a big issue with men that think it’s okay to force themselves on anyone else.

But it’s not a culture.

Let’s break this down:

Rape is a problem, not a shared custom. It’s not a social institution. Have you ever seen a school that shows anyone how to rape another human being? It’s not considered an achievement to aspire by those that wish to see equality for everyone (hint, that’s America whether you believe it or not).

Lastly, there’s nothing intellectually-stimulating about rape or its effects. Not even remotely.

It’s not a culture folks, it’s a huge problem in this country, but it is not a culture.

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