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Steve Hofmeyr’s position on white men’s violence against white women

.@steve_hofmeyr Okay, Steve, let’s sum up your position so far.

— Michelle Solomon (@mishsolomon) October 13, 2013

.@steve_hofmeyr 2. Rape survivors who speak partner rape are “the enemy of women”, even thought this kind of rape is the most common.

— Michelle Solomon (@mishsolomon) October 13, 2013

 

.@steve_hofmeyr 3. When black men harm white women, you’ll protest against ‘white genocide’. When white men hurt white women, it’s “average”

— Michelle Solomon (@mishsolomon) October 13, 2013

.@steve_hofmeyr 4. White women are not used to being raped by “other cultures”, but we are used to being raped by our own.

— Michelle Solomon (@mishsolomon) October 13, 2013

 

.@steve_hofmeyr 5. White men’s violence is “woefully” low in comparison to black violence & this is bad, despite only 8% of SAns are white.

— Michelle Solomon (@mishsolomon) October 13, 2013

.@steve_hofmeyr 6. You don’t feel the need to address white men’s violence against white women, because black violence is worse.

— Michelle Solomon (@mishsolomon) October 13, 2013

 

How do you respond, Steve?

 

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3 Responses

  1. “We are used to being raped by our own”. Who raped him so often that he is used to it? Initially I thought he was only mathematically challenged.

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  2. Am gobsmacked … or maybe I shouldn’t be, after his #RedOctober leadership!
    Sharing, because people need to know this utter diatribe over racial profiling!
    A rape is a rape is rape! Vomit, Mr. Laagmeyer!

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