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30 minutes ago, jak2002003 said:

Where are my 'usual explain away arguments?'

 

Your posts passed hasty judgment on someone accused of rape when we have no proof or evidence he did or did not.

 

It's you who is so quick to pass judgment and make assumptions o  someone based on zero evidence.

 

Maybe get down from your high horse for a few moments and take a look at what you posted.

 

Nah, I’ll just stick to what I said, no means no...rapists are scum...lock them all up. 

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15 hours ago, Matzzon said:

To me it sounds more that she might been expecting him to pay, and that did not happen and the result is then a call for rape. it´s a lot of that on Tinder today.

She can play that card precisely once before authorities get suspicious - and for that reason I doubt there's a lot of that on Tinder today.

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14 hours ago, robblok said:

I have been with girls i met on tinder in my house. Nothing happened. Other times things happen. But just that you get into a house does not mean i got the right to do as I want. 

 

I guess your a bit old never used tinder.

I think a visit to a house and visit to hotel room are two different things!

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I just wish one of these days the media in Thailand to employ real reporters. 

It's just about always the same, a little bit of information so then TVF blows up with all the theories. 

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2 hours ago, ericthai said:

I think a visit to a house and visit to hotel room are two different things!

Why is that? Does no mean no in a house but in hotel its fair game? 

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16 hours ago, 2 is 1 said:

You give judgement already! And how you know what man doing in Thailand? What woman doing in Thailand, what kind clothess she wearing!?

I didn't comment on her clothing that is completely unrelated.

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4 hours ago, GAZZPA said:

Is there a lot of prostitutes on tinder claiming rape? Where did you get that information from? I can't stand it when people look to blame women for being raped,, so many on here spend more time asking why she met a man she did not know and went to his room. If a woman came back with me to my room she would be in no danger of being raped. It is not her fault, it the fault of the pervert guy, if there is evidence of rape he needs punishing. I feel for the poor lady, i hope it doesn't ruin her.

You are one hundred percent right. No problem with that. The thing I posted it was much of on Tinder, was prostitution where women go with men for money, not the rape part. However, I am not blaming the woman. It can very well be like she claim, and sure he need to get punished. I just find it strange that people are not more aware of the dangers in life, and just walk with unknown people to their private quarters. Out of that particular reason, I just vented another fairly great possibility, in my opinion.

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4 hours ago, jacob29 said:

She can play that card precisely once before authorities get suspicious - and for that reason I doubt there's a lot of that on Tinder today.

Doubting reality seems to be the preferred version of belief on this forum.

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19 minutes ago, Matzzon said:

Doubting reality seems to be the preferred version of belief on this forum.

Simply : we don't know what really happened, we are not eyewitnesses.

If the Frenchman is charged with rape and doesn't plead guilty, then police will investigate. On trial, the "in dubio pro reo" principle will apply, so the case would have to be dismissed. 

The danger I see here is the Western #MeToo movement who take everything they can grab to push their agenda, in order to eliminate the "in dubio pro reo" principle. Hopefully Thai police or Thai courts will not fall for this. 

Tinder is a dating site, and all dates are meant to be for sex. All of them. Money for sex, to be precise. So, this French guy invested money and - quite understandable - wants a return for his investment.  

So, it's what Europeans call a "non liquet" case, a case to be dismissed. 

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15 hours ago, Matzzon said:

Please explain what you mean?

If you think about it then I'm sure you will understand what I mean

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1 hour ago, Matzzon said:

You are one hundred percent right. No problem with that. The thing I posted it was much of on Tinder, was prostitution where women go with men for money, not the rape part. However, I am not blaming the woman. It can very well be like she claim, and sure he need to get punished. I just find it strange that people are not more aware of the dangers in life, and just walk with unknown people to their private quarters. Out of that particular reason, I just vented another fairly great possibility, in my opinion.

I think if women didn't take any risk getting to know a man they would end up lonely spinsters. The problem here is not to criticise the woman for knowing better it is all about the disgusting behaviour of the man. Every woman should take care of themselves of course but she still has the right to say no. Almost any other time any real man would not even think of forcing himself upon a woman, the problem is all about the man, thats the point I was making.

 

 

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1 hour ago, micmichd said:

Simply : we don't know what really happened, we are not eyewitnesses.

If the Frenchman is charged with rape and doesn't plead guilty, then police will investigate. On trial, the "in dubio pro reo" principle will apply, so the case would have to be dismissed. 

The danger I see here is the Western #MeToo movement who take everything they can grab to push their agenda, in order to eliminate the "in dubio pro reo" principle. Hopefully Thai police or Thai courts will not fall for this. 

Tinder is a dating site, and all dates are meant to be for sex. All of them. Money for sex, to be precise. So, this French guy invested money and - quite understandable - wants a return for his investment.  

So, it's what Europeans call a "non liquet" case, a case to be dismissed. 

What a complete load of cobblers. "quite understand he wants a return on his investment"! What on Gods green earth are you talking about? All dating sites are not about sex, believe it or not a lot of people are just looking to meet someone. Money for sex? You are wrong on every level, i think it would be hard to be more wrong than you are. You need to understand the world has changed, online, social media is now an accepted and common way to meet new people and maybe even find your future partner, wake up and smell the coffee.. Terrible attitude, the woman was raped for goodness sake he did not "understandably" get his return back on his investment. 

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8 hours ago, jerolamo said:

sure, but someone you don't know and meet on Tinder... please, don't be stupid, look at the reality of Tinder stories.

I refuse to live my life in fear, I have never had any problems. So not sure what reality your talking about. Things could happen but chances are slim. Just look at the amount of users and then the problems. Its low. Anyway I think its more dangerous for a girl. 

 

First meetings are for me never at my place or a hotel.

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6 hours ago, ericthai said:

I think a visit to a house and visit to hotel room are two different things!

I do agree with you there is a difference. 

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