Gorgeous Girls

Fine to Fuck Girls

She may have been Jeffrey Epstein’s first victim.
A teenage girl [17] recruited by the convicted pedophile’s
finder, Ghislaine Maxwell, who groomed her.

The girl explained Ghislaine’s role in life
was to please Jeffrey, a job which included telling
Her what sex outfit to wear to make him happy.
The school girl outfit was his favorite.

When underage girls were around, Epstein’s desire
to have sex with them was so overwhelming that
he would physically shake with sexual excitement.




Why Do Men Rape

The quest for the answer to that question has occupied researchers for decades. As a purely scientific puzzle, the problem is hard enough. But it is further roiled by strong ideological currents.

Many social theorists view rape not only as an ugly crime but as a symptom of an unhealthy society, in which men fear and disrespect women.

In 1975 the feminist writer Susan Brownmiller asserted that rape is motivated not by lust but by the urge to control and dominate.

In the twenty-five years since, Brownmiller’s view has become mainstream. All men feel sexual desire, the theory goes, but not all men rape.

Rape is viewed as an unnatural behavior that has nothing to do with sex, and one that has no corollary in the animal world.

Undoubtedly, individual rapists may have a variety of motivations. A man may rape because, for instance, he wants to impress his friends by losing his virginity, or because he wants to avenge himself against a woman who has spurned him.

But social scientists have not convincingly demonstrated that rapists are not at least partly motivated by sexual desire as well.

Indeed, how could a rape take place at all without sexual motivation on the part of the rapist? Isn’t sexual arousal of the rapist the one common factor in all rapes, including date rapes, rapes of children, rapes of women under anesthetic and even gang rapes committed by soldiers during war?

We should challenge the dearly held idea that rape is not about sex. This approach will rankle some social scientists, including some serious and well-intentioned rape investigators.

But many facts point to the conclusion that rape is, in its very essence, a sexual act. Furthermore, rape has evolved over millennia of human history, along with courtship, sexual attraction and other behaviors related to the production of offspring.