LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||14/MAI/2006 4:34 PM|
I don't believe that's the case, myself. I think rape is an ancient instinct, a Darwinian-type behaviour that presents itself in individuals who know (probably at a sub-concsious level) that they are not going to reproduce by the usual means.
In any case, I don't think it makes any difference. It's up to the relatives of women to look out for them, and to stringently prosecute offenders (by cutting off their balls, at the very least. I 'd go a little farther than that).
I heard a story about some Polynesian tribe that was suffering from an epidemic of raping by some of the young men. Everyone was at a loss as to what to do, until finally the tribal elders convened and issued a proclamation: any further rapes would be met with the death sentence, no exceptions. Supposedly all rapes on that island stopped forthwith.
Even mental defectives want to live. But they have to KNOW what the result will be.
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