- — Zac Lee (@Zaclee_nyc)Sat, Mar 21 2015 06:55:06@dezzyboe yeah it's extremely offensive. It implies that it's common for men to think about ways to rape girls, when that's nonsense
- — Zac Lee (@Zaclee_nyc)Sun, Mar 22 2015 21:06:12@RemingtonWild it's not an "us vs them" issue. We should all be treating each other with equal respect & aspire not to harm anybody else,
- — Zac Lee (@Zaclee_nyc)Sun, Mar 22 2015 21:10:26@RemingtonWild that tweet wasn't a women speaking out on assault. It was a women demonizing men & admonishing "men" not to rape women
- — Paul Jukes (@StumpsMonkey)Sat, Mar 21 2015 06:52:10
- — Mac (@Berkshire_Bok)Tue, Mar 24 2015 13:09:05@AvaGraceVIP I just take exception at generalising about 50% of the human population because of the unacceptable behaviour of Neanderthals.
Sarah Silverman angers men by tweeting rape prevention tips
Comedian Sarah Silverman retweeted a satirical list of rape prevention tips that men should follow on her official Twitter account. Though the list of tips has been circulating the Internet since at least 2011, some men did not find the list funny at all.