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Trump-Allied Pastor: Women Who Dress Provocatively Are Committing Sexual Assault On Men


Trump-Allied Pastor: Women Who Dress Provocatively Are Committing Sexual Assault On Men

Carl Gallups, a right-wing pastor who spoke at several Trump campaign rallies during the 2016 election, recently discussed the idea that women are “sexually assaulting” men by dressing in a provocative manner on his radio program, reports Right Wing Watch.

Last month, the conspiracy theorist interviewed Mike Shoesmith, who wrote an article arguing that women who dress provocatively around men are guilty of sexual assault.

The two men said it is outrageous that women are allowed to torment men by “walking around in their little sister’s skirt.”

“Men are visually stimulated and unwanted stimulation should meet the basic definition of assault,” Shoesmith said, claiming that women who dress in a suggestive manner are “guilty of indecent visual assault on a man’s imagination, which does cause mental anguish and torment.”

“When a man sees a naked or partially dressed woman, a chemical reaction happens in his brain,” he continued. “Neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin are released, giving him an involuntary surge of pleasure. Notice the word ‘involuntary’ … Men are in a state of constant sexual assault by women who either don’t understand the severity of what they are doing, because it’s cute and they like the attention, or worse, they do know the feelings it stirs and like the control they have over men.”

Gallups agreed with his assessment, saying that if a man were to parade around the workplace “in a very sexually suggestive outfit,” women would immediately file sexual harassment claims.

“Why wouldn’t it be sexual assault” when a woman does it, he asked.

“We are just discussing what should be obvious,” Gallups insisted. “The science supports us in it.”

“Men are responsible for fighting off this chemical sexual assault in their brains,” Shoesmith agreed. “Men are responsible for fighting that off every day.”

“Yes they are, absolutely,” Gallups responded. “And women need to help the men.”


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