Accidental Thesis? But he has a thesis and everything. Sort of. I mean— "I don't however believe rape is always done merely to give the perpetrator a sense of power over someone, that's psychobabble IMO. I think men rape women they find sexy most of the time and can't screw any other way. If they weren't horny there would be no rape period. Anyone that says its about control has never had an erection, it's maybe about control and sex but SEX is always the main factor IMO" —it's a pretty clear assertion; I would very much like to see someone who says such things try to demonstrate the validity of such claims. After all, I might excoriate our neighbor for the blatant ... er ... um ... whatever we might call that ejaculation, but at some point, yes, we do need to consider whether or not we are obliged to take pity on them; such a warped expression is either provocateurism or significant of cognitive antisocial processes. But raw condemnation generally has no positive effect in these circumstances, and tends to reinforce such beliefs whether they are genuine or merely adopted in the moment for the sake of appearances. Still, this is not so pointed a thesis that we can begin to address its construction; hence, show us the psychobabble. Quite clearly, our neighbor feels confident enough in his outlook that demonstrating his point ought to be fairly easy. Let us, then, encourage him to—or, more directly, simply demand that he—support his argument or withdraw it for the dry, crusty, fly-ridden excrement it is.