A woman drops an unknown powder in her date's drink when he leaves her alone at the bar for a few moments. Would you speak out if you saw potential danger for the date? Would you be worried about the possibility of date rape?
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I think the reason why only a woman reacted was because she knows that if it was a woman getting drugged she might get raped or kidnapped, so she put herself in the position of the victim probably. I think the reason that all those men didn't react was because he couldn't get raped by a woman, she only could've stolen from him which is not nearly as bad. Plus, those men were probably jealous of him (let's remember this the next time we start saying how women are always jealous of other women cause this shows that it goes the other way around as well)
All these people talking about "Muh patriarchy" in the comments...
When a woman can just get away with an act as heinous as this in broad daylight, and people rush to the defense when a man does it, it isn't men who are in control. Doesn't matter that its a woman that came to his defense, the fact of the matter s that women can get away with shit like this and beating men at much higher rates than the reverse.
You wanna see a real patriarchy, go to the middle east.
It just goes to show that only BITCHES will call out other BITCHES. But, I can't help wandering, IF the "villain" didn't first get that woman's attention by asking how she looked, would she have even noticed or gotten involved at all?
The reason is your country laws.. actually its women focused to be safe everywhrre n kill men anytime.. so.. even if any man would have tried to stop them.. he would himself end up behind bars.. sometimes you cant wait for the police to reach to stop someone getting into trouble..
Here a woman approached them.. cz she is a woman she has been treated well in return... now if it was in my country.. we would not even need to say anything.. just simply pick up a fight n break the bloody glass.. spill the drink..
Here in the vdo..men are ready to see dead men in the newspaper next morning n it shows.. it is not a world of men.. it was never.. only women rule it n still cry oppressed.
Biggest double standard! Interesting how women are seen as so innocent and harmless and seem to always get away with so much more than men. To prove my point lets look at a real scenario that happened. . . . Debra McFave was having sex with her male students they were minors and she practically got away with it. She was deemed "too pretty for prison" and had it been reversed and was "Mr. McFave" they wouldn't have cared if he was too handsome or if the inmates would attack him and the majority would want that but because it was a "beautiful woman" double standards set in to play just like in this video here. When will "double standards" end and crime be like this be equally cared about and equal justice given??? Just wrong on so many levels!!! And mad props to that woman who had the guts to stand up to her!!! That was awesome and those men, just WOW! Had this happened to them they'd raise hell that no one stopped her doing this to them, again. . . Double standards!!!
He never saw the powder he just saw her with the pills?! That dude is such a liar! He specifically said that that guy was gonna pass out that that woman just drugged him so obviously he knew the guy had Ingested it! SMH I just don’t know what the fuck to do and they get called out!sad!!!🤦♀️
my grandma did that to my grandpa she has taken his money for ages and now my mom is taken my dad's money she learned it from her mom now my grandma has never poisoned my grandpa and my mom has never poisoned my dad
This has nothing to do with double standrads, those men were jealous of the rich guy that's why they let that happen to him. See how the first three guys kept laughing at him and the other kept just reading his book.
At least they realized it's important to help both sexes. Men do get taken advantage of, and it might be worse sometimes because people (me included) have a knee-jerk thought that nothing can happen to men because they're supposed to be stronger. Green Dot does training about this sort of thing. Just like first-aid/CPR training it's important to learn about things like this. Glad neither person was actually in danger but that must still have been awful. Especially the man who would have actually been drugged in real life!
That happened to me with this guatemala girl I met that was trained by her mother and I went true he'll and back to find her and had her deported back to guatemala thanks to my good friend that works for I.C.E. THANKS ALLOT TONY FOR HAVING MY BACK AND GETTING RID OF THAT DEMON.
"I can't wait to read the paper tomorrow". I'm sorry, I think I've not understood well...bastards you should be in the place of one of those men, maybe then you'll have more to laugh about, uh? Disgusting people, they would let a person die just for laughs.
No bro's b4 ho's in that place! Ha! What I still wonder(if it had been a real situation) is if the men who said nothing did see on next day news that some guy was found dead & robbed..or some well 2do guy is missing & last any1 knew he was @ such&such bar..would those men say something then?
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