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Male Rape. Part 4.

Sexual Slavery.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4_uvvcaDqw

It’s hard to imagine that this is happening in the U.S. but it is. In these prisons men are being bought and sold for sex. They are being used for oral, anal and other sexual practices, and some are being sold as property. This is happening to young men, 16, 17, etc year olds who get placed with older men, this is happening to white males, gay males, effeminate males, and black and Hispanic men as well.
http://www.hrw.org/legacy/reports/2001/prison/case_histories2.html#pe

[quote]S.H.

I was “rented out” for sexual favors, and a lot of the guys who rented me are not rapists, or assaulted as children, or any other stereotypical model. They just wanted some sexual satisfaction, even though they knew I was not deriving pleasure from it, and was there only because I was forced to . . . . I was with the Valluco (Valley) crowd, so I was only passed around to them for free. D. Town Hispanics had to pay. They were charged $3 for a blow-job, $5 for anal sex . . . . I am not effeminate, nor am I even homosexual.(277)

With two prior nonviolent felonies, S.H. received a seventy-five year sentence for burglary in 1994. He was twenty-four years old.[/quote]

This happens a lot and men get rented out and bought and sold. According to the letters sent to no escape the guards are well aware of these practices and they just don’t care.

S.H. story is heartbreaking and it’s one of the worst that I have heard. Take a moment to read his full story, it will give you an idea of what can happen to men in prison.

http://www.genderberg.com/phpNuke/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=95

[quote]

According to court papers and his own detailed account, the Gangster Disciples and then other gangs treated Mr. Johnson as a sex slave. They bought and sold him, and they rented him out. Some sex acts cost $5, others $10.

Last month, a federal appeals court allowed a civil rights lawsuit that Mr. Johnson has filed against prison officials to go to trial. The ruling, the first to acknowledge the equal protection rights of homosexuals abused in prison, said the evidence in the case was “horrific.”

“I was forced into oral sex and anal sex on a daily basis,” said Mr. Johnson, who has been living in a boarding house here since his release in December. “Not for a month or two. For, like, 18 months.”

The phenomenon of sexual slavery in prison has only recently emerged from the shadows. Prison rape, in general, has received sporadic notice over the years and sustained attention more recently, with the passage last year of a federal law that aims to eliminate it. But there has never been a comprehensive study of incarcerated gay men subjected to sexual abuse.
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Psychological Submission.

page 84

[quote]Viewed from outside, the sexual relationship between J.D. and his cell-mate would likely have appeared consensual. Indeed, in instances where the victim makes little apparent effort to escape the abuse, both prisoners and prison authorities often fall into the trap of viewing non-consensual sexual activity as consensual, ignoring the larger context in which the activity takes place. 8 Consent however assumes the existence of choice. As will be described in more detail below, where prisoners feel unprotected and know in advance that their escape routes are closed, a narrow focus on consent is misguided. In other words, the relevant inquiry in evaluating sexual activity in prison is not simply “did the inmate consent to sex?” but also “did the inmate have the power to refuse unwanted sex?”[/quote]

The other thing is to avoid the shame of having to say that they were raped and forced, or having to be raped by dozens of men, some men will eventually give in and chose to have one man. The idea is that it is better to have to service one man, than to have to be the toy of dozens or hundreds of men over a prison stay, just increasing the chances of physically being torn and bruised, repeatedly beaten, and raped. In situations like this, men can be passed around and treated as women, forced to wear lipstick, dress in tight clothing, taking on the role of females, but this is done in order to survive. To however say that because they submitted under these conditions that it was consensual is a misconception.
Books male on male rape

[quote]
[B]ased on my experience the most common kind of rape in prisons today is the confidence rape which involve the rapist getting the confidence of the victim and then at some point turning on him and raping him. In my opinion the next in frequency would be the date rape where one inmate convinces another to double cell with him and then t some point rapes him. The next would be extortion rape followed by drugging rape and finally strong arm rape. The reason strong arm rape is the least frequent is because it is so much easier to rape an inmate using the other techniques. None of the types of prison rape described are rare. If anything they are rarely reported. Rape really is a big problem in prison today. To give you an idea of how frequent rape is in prison, if victims would report every time they were raped in prison I would say that in the prison that I am in (which is a medium security prison) there would be a reported incident every day.
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V.H., Pennsylvania, 3/15/97
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[quote]You take a guy who’s been raped in prison and he is going to be filled with a tremendous amount of rage….Now eventually he is going to get out. Most people do. And all the studies show that today’s victim is tomorrow’s predator. So by refusing to deal with this in an intelligent way, you are genuinely sentencing society to an epidemic of future rapes. 41[/quote]

The violations are accepted by prison and jail officials alike, and the inmates of the jail. It’s that this is just how it is attitude, and many end up having to deal with it.

From the book No escape, rape in US jails you get a really comprehensive view of what is happening to these men. There is truly no escape, no where to run, no one to turn to, and no help.

In many cases the assaults go unreported for fear of reprisals, being labeled a snitch, or a complete indifference on the part of prison officials. In other cases when the rapes do get reported, they are treated as nothing important, if a case makes it to court, the court often side with the prosecutors, and dismiss the cases, the victims are often just like others in the past re-victimized by the system. They are left without recourse and yes they often have to go back into the violent environments that were responsible for their rapes in the first place.

Many men are raped repeatedly and by numerous sources. In many cases it’s not for a lack of trying to fight back, or to try to resist the attempts of aggression, it’s just an environment that is hard to understand unless you have read of their experiences.
Recommendations

When they get out and while they are in, men need mental health help to deal with the things that happen to them in prison, the violence, rapes, traumas. They need to be tested, but they need privacy, in jail nothing is secret or sacred, so many men do not get tested, do not report rapes, do not use protection, cause the option is not there.

Stop the over crowding in jail. Many of these men do not belong in jail, they could be placed elsewhere for none violent offences.

Immediate orientation for men and women entering prisons on how to avoid sexual assault. Virgina Department of Corrections has such a program. It’s not hard to implement and it could save lives.

Testing of inmates before they come to jail, and after they leave. (Not mandatory, but recommended.)

When they get out many will again repeat acts of violence, because they were not helped, and the vicious cycle will continue.
Known rapists should not be housed with other men who are vulnerable. They just keep raping and raping them.

However to answer your question, this is what I surprisingly came across, in my opinion based on the research that I read, that others have already done into this, and the book no escape, male rape in America, then these are things that need to be done. The sooner the better.

Men may even have to ban together to form class action law suits.

August 24, 2009 Posted by | Awareness, Black Male, control, discrimination, Entrapment, Intimidation, silence, slaves, Social Control, White Male | , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Down with the dysfunctionality

Down with the dysfunctionality.

Jon and Kate plus eight are soon to be no more. Am I celebrating. Sort of.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/090623/entertainment/us_tv_jon__amp__kate_split

I have never seen the show, I have never heard of them before they started to appear on my news almost weekly if not daily.

It just seemed like the relationship was dysfunctional, and it could not have been working for them or more importantly the children. Children always come first, and as much as I hate the concept of a broken home, if the drama is always going to be ongoing, then you need to call it quits, if not for yourself, then for the kids.

First it was rumours of his affair. I thought let’s cut the guy some slack, sometimes a friend is just a friend, but then the “friend” was caught also driving his car, and her brother is telling tales of it being so much more than that. Now he could have been lying, but clearly there was more to this friendship than met the eye.

Then the rumours of her cheating or accusations started. The fact that they had eight little lives riding on them, escaping everyone throughout the drama of it all.

Then there were rumours of them fighting, her spanking her daughter, and all this other junk, that was no bodies business. It wasn’t my business, I personally did not care, but obviously, most families will not last in the glare of the spotlight, it will take it’s toll as it did on these two, and here we are.

So there divorce papers were filed on Monday and as the articles said. Kate plus 8 separate. Cute.

I hope they can figure out there stuff for the kids, because at the end of the day, the kids are all that matter.

The next couple that were in the news till it made me sick. The Chris Brown and Rhianna affair.

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/accesshollywood/090622/entertainment/chris_brown_strikes_plea_deal__avoids_jail_time_in_assault_case

Well actually his alleged affair and her battered and bruised face. Who could forget those images.

After the incident happened and there was the arrest, I thought that was the end of that, but then no they got back together, and you heard rumours from her friends that maybe she was still getting yelled at, I just thought, if it’s gotten to the stage where it’s so dysfunctional that he can hit you like you are Tina turner and he is ick, then you need to get out.

I don’t think that Chris Brown on his own is a bad person, but with Rhianna, it’s not a good look for him, or for her clearly. I am in no way shape or form excusing his behaviour or what he did to her, but I do know that if you are around the wrong people, they can bring out the worst in you. Just like Targets having to be around informants day in day out.

I think people want love to last, they want things to work out, I think that’s why he gave her the ring, and they tried for the quickie reunion. They wanted it to seem like it was not that bad, but it was that bad. His actions were uncontrolled, his temper could have killed her, and the thing is, because he did not take the time to find out why he did it, there was no way to say that it would not happen again.

The reality is most times if a man will hit once, they will hit again and again. If you are a guy and you find that you are in a situation where you are putting your hands on a woman, get out of that situation, get some counselling. If you are a woman in an unhealthy abusive situation, get out, get some counseling. The relationship will not reflect well on you, and there is a good chance that he will kill you. If you have kids, even more of an incentive to get out. Lucky for us, Chris and Rhianna did not have any kids.

They broke up and a week later Chris was dating an ex girlfriend, (Yeah love is just so eternal), and Rhianna recently found someone else. They both seem to be doing better and that’s what really counts, and more importantly, I hope I won’t have to read about them anymore, because it was so annoying.

Lastly he got community service and 5 years probation. I think this issue could have been handled between the two of them, because again it was no ones business, but Rhianna is an influence to millions of young girls and so society did have to put pressure on for that relationship to end. I think in this case it was for the best. I know there are lot’s of Chris and Rhianna fans who will feel different, but I think in this case it was what was for the best, and it was what was healthy.

Young guys and girls need to understand that these types of relationships are not healthy, they are abusive, and they usually do not end well.

http://dailyblabber.ivillage.com/entertainment/archives/2008/02/hulk-hogan-accused-of-having-a.html

We did not hear too much about this one, but I will list it under my down with the dysfunctional.

Recently Hulk Hogan, lesser known as Terry Bollea.

Hulk Hogan decided to enhance his 25 year marriage by having an affair with his daughters best friend. For some reason this did not go over too well, his wife decided to divorce him. Oh there were a whole bunch of other dysfunctional things ongoing, but the affair is what did it.

Then to get back at him, she decided to hook up, with a guy who went to the same school as her son. Her new man is 19 years old. She is being called a cougar.

First of all, guys if you are in a relationship and you are even half serious about that person, you are not going to do stupid things to mess that up. People do stray, things can happen, but remember guys, hell has no fury. That saying exists for a reason.

I don’t think the Hulksters wife would be off with some 19 year old, if he had not decided to cheat on her with the daughters best friend. I mean it’s not a fun thing to have happen, and the results of this are in and they are not pretty.

Hulk Hogan is upset that he does not have a wife. Gee I wonder why, but recently he made a comment saying that he “totally understood OJ”, was cause for concern.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/SHOWBIZ/TV/04/16/hulk.hogan.oj/index.html

[quote] Hulk Hogan said his comments to Rolling Stone magazine that he can “totally understand” O.J. Simpson — the former football great found liable for the deaths of his wife and another man — are being misunderstood.
Linda and Hulk Hogan enjoy happier times at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards in New York.

The pro wrestling legend said Wednesday that he “took the high road” and “didn’t do the O.J. Simpson thing” despite the pain of his bitter divorce fight with wife Linda.

Hogan’s lawyer said the quotes leaked to a gossip column have been taken out of context and the full article proves Hogan “never condones the O.J. situation.” Video Watch Hogan claim he was misquoted »

A spokesman for Linda Hogan said the statement amounts to a death threat and that her attorney is “weighing all options necessary to protect his client.”

“His violent and scary mood swings have been my nightmare for too many years,” Linda Hogan said Thursday in a written statement. “I hope for the sake of our kids that he gets the psychological help for himself and the safety of others.”

Her spokesman, Gary Smith, said, “For those who buy his claim the comment was taken out of context, read the rest of Rolling Stone and determine for yourself if his suicidal tendencies coupled with the use of drugs and alcohol make him a danger.”

The controversial quote is part of a eight-page feature article about Hogan to be published in the magazine’s Friday edition.
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“I could have turned everything into a crime scene like O.J., cutting everybody’s throat,” Hogan told Rolling Stone. “You live half a mile from the 20,000-square-foot home you can’t go to anymore, you’re driving through downtown Clearwater [Florida] and see a 19-year-old boy driving your Escalade, and you know that a 19-year-old boy is sleeping in your bed, with your wife… .

“I totally understand O.J. I get it.”[/quote]

He has tried to drive her new man Charlie off the road. So though I really do like Hulk Hogan, I think when a guy makes a threat like that, or takes some kind of action in that direction, maybe you need to take it seriously.

I have respected the Hulkster most of my life, but that comment was pretty bad, that coupled with the fact that that Charlie says the Hulk tried to run him off the road, they might want to take the situation seriously.

It’s too bad, because he thought that he was going to cheat and she was just going to take it, and the wife of, 25 years, decided to get some of her own back.

http://woodenspears.com/tag/linda-hogan/

A lot of the younger ones today, have this sort of mentality. They have the one girl wife, and they think it’s ok to have a bunch of other relationships on the side. Thus in turn causing a lot of Maury Povich drama. They have the main girl, who they give a ring of ownership to or something like that, there’s a trendy name for it, can’t recall it off hand, and they conduct themselves in this manner, and large portions of society think this is ok.

Kids it’s not ok. Marriage is about forsaking all others, giving up the others and settling for one. If you are going to be seeing others on the side, do the world a favor and don’t get married. This goes double for you adults who think the swinging thing is ok. If you want to swing, stay single, or just date, but once you get married, or plan to be in a long term relationship, then keep in mind what marriage traditionally was designed for.

My prayers are with the Jolie-Pitts and their children. I am hoping that they can work out any ruff patches they may be going through, before they fall into the above dysfunctional categories.

So again, as much as I like stable families, sometimes it’s better and safer to get out, sometimes the dysfunctionality is too great, and primarily, if you have kids and they are going to suffer, then sometimes a relationship needs to be put down, it’s just safer and healthier for everyone involved, and there are many items more news worthy.

June 24, 2009 Posted by | Celebrity | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Proclamation Day to Stop Child Sexual Abuse

I found the blog entry below. It’s the Proclamation Day to Stop Child Sexual Abuse. I think every city should have a day like this. I don’t think that it would do much good, because the problems are so much more ingrained than that, but it would be a nice start.

http://www.toronto.ca/proclamations/2007/

proclamation_stopchildsexabuse2007.htm

I don’t think the these efforts will stop this, anymore then exposing Priests and what they were doing has stopped children from being abused by the churches. In fact all that happened is that it’s now harder to prosecute these people because of new law instituted by Rome. (There is a great video on youtube that talks about this, which I won’t post here.)

I don’t think these efforts will stop this anymore than the franklin coverup’s stopped International Child Pedophile rings run by people in positions of power and authority. All it did was show the lengths that people will go to, to protect the system. In the end the children who came forward were the only ones to suffer, and the abusers all rose to higher positions of authority. It also taught anyone wanting to come forward the price that they would have to be willing to pay.

http://educate-yourself.org/cn/franklincoverupexcerpt.shtml
I think all we can try to do is make parents and others aware of some of the evils that are in the world, and then at least they might have a fighting chance. I think the following initiative is a good one and should be enacted in every city across the globe, even though I don’t think it will get the world to where they want to be, I think it’s a good start.

http://storywordspics.blogspot.com/

[quote]Monday, June 16, 2008
Photos: Proclamation Day to Stop Child Sexual Abuse

June 16th marks the official Proclamation Day in Toronto to Stop Child Sexual Abuse.
Youth Out Loud met at Nathan Phillips Square to honour  the children and youth no longer with us and to lay a wreathe and teddy bears in their memory in the area designated the “speakers corner” of Nathan Phillips Square.
They had signs and bracelets to raise awareness about this horrible crime perpetrated against our children and youth.

 

“Child sexual abuse is a pervasive form of violence that continues to be an invisible issue,” said Joanne Vannicola, director and founder of Youth Out Loud.
“As difficult as it is to think about, child  sexual abuse IS an epidemic. At least one in three girls and one in five boys will be sexually abused before the age of eighteen. We need to find a way to break this cycle of violence and protect our youth. We intend to keep making our presence known and to fight for those who cannot fight for themselves.” [/quote]

http://johnb.smugmug.com/gallery/5185654_9qNXH#314405826_tERHq

June 17, 2008 Posted by | Laws | , , , , , , | 6 Comments