Turkey Rejects David Futrelle’s Controversial Child Rape Bill

The Turkish government has rejected a controversial bill that would have made their country the first in the world to implement the proposal, first made by disgraced blogger David Futrelle, that child rapists should be pardoned if they agree to marry their victims.


Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has withdrawn a bill that pardons men convicted of sex with underage girls if they have married them.
The bill, part of a package of amendments to the legal system, was sent back for further work just hours before a final vote in parliament.
It had sparked protests across Turkish society and was condemned abroad.
Critics said it would legitimise statutory rape and encourage the practice of taking child brides.

The notorious anti-male rights advocate David Futrelle, who has also campaigned for the legalization of gay child snuff porn, first mooted the controversial suggestion back in the 1990s in an article for liberal feminist magazine SALON :

One wonders what Pat would have thought of the Orange County, Calif., social workers who have been helping teenage girls in their charge — some of them as young as 13 — to get married to the men who have impregnated them, rather than trying to get the men arrested on charges of statutory rape.

The story has become a roiling controversy. Imagine! A government agency serving as a matchmaker for sexual predators! “Helping pregnant 13-year-olds to marry the men who have physically and sexually abused them will result not only in continued abuse of the adolescent, but there is strong evidence that it will soon result in abuse to the child,” a professor of social work complained in an angry letter to the Los Angeles Times. “And when the marriage ends with additional children and more abuse, will Orange County Social Services create a dating service for abusive men to cycle them into new relationships with troubled adolescents?”

Questions like these prompted Orange County (one of the most Republican in the country) to retreat from its matchmaker role. But the details of the cases cause one to pause a moment. Thirteen-year-old Isabel Gomez told social workers she truly loved her 20-year-old boyfriend. Isabel’s mother — herself only 29 — is convinced her daughter’s troubled life has improved dramatically since he stepped into her life.
Since the marriage, she told the Los Angeles Times, “everything is much better.”
The situation, admittedly, is far from ideal. But would Isabel Gomez be better served if the father of her child was behind bars?

That’s a harder question to answer. Two-thirds of all teen
pregnancies involve adult men, and we can’t put them all in jail.


4 Comments on "Turkey Rejects David Futrelle’s Controversial Child Rape Bill"

  1. Are not you the guy who are famous for saying that it’s okay to bang 15yo old girls? Is it a men’s right issue when you want? Is it paedophilia and child rape now when it suits you and not for me?

    This blog is made clearly by a schizoid men and probable an assberger, his insistenced on calling “aspie” to any ephebophile who is disauded of theirs official positionwise shows his own asperger hebophile syndrome. Nice try gerontophile.

  2. You should write more articles on peak female beauty. I share many views with you, so it’s interesting to read. I find it odd how today most men are ridiculed for admitting their attraction to underage post-pubescent females.

  3. It’s depressing to think – as a late 20’s male – I’m already out of the running for college age girls, nevermind prime high school ones. Things don’t get better with age for men; they only get worse. You get more money and status, but lose what matters most to young females: looks.

    I remember doing a temp job recently. It was office based and I was one of only two men in the office. Demographics were mainly 30ish women, a few mid-late 20s unmarried ‘single girl around town’ types – the typical beta male dating pool – who’ve obv watched too much Sex and The City and think they deserve Chads. It dawned on me: just who am I trying to impress going to work / the gym? It wasn’t for these girls, so who was it for? I could not answer that question.

Comments are closed.