The Anti-Rape Condom, Your Vagina And You

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Is this a case of what will they think of next or what?  In stumbling across the Internet I discovered a company called RapeX. One of the things that women are taught from birth is to fear rape.  In almost every situation that you can think of women are conditioned to assume the possibility of rape. Companies have made a fortune marketing safety products to women based in fear. High pitched whistles, or mace anyone?

Not only must you always be on guard against rape, you must daily find ways to combat the possibility of assault.  This is the angle that self defense classes take. Empower yourself, fight off your rapist.  Tell me what good a well place kick does when your attacker has a gun, or he has drugged you?  But now there is no “excuse” to become a rape victim.  The responsibility is once again on the shoulders of women.


If you are out on a date you can either insert the device before going out, or if during the date you are uncomfortable about your date partner, excuse yourself to the bathroom and insert the device. For the first time there is now incriminating evidence, it will no longer be your word against his!

Right, you fear that you might have accidentally accepted a date with some kind of crazed pervert but instead of leaving the situation, your response should be to stuff your vagina like it is the thanksgiving turkey and carry on blissfully with your date. That is just some of the best advice I have seen in a very long time.  Why oh why did I buy the dog whistle and the stunner when all of this time I could just have shoved this thing between my legs and achieved a blissful worry free life. Who needs meditation now?

According to RapeX you should wear their anti-rape condom when, you have to travel long distances alone, on a train, working late, going out on a date with someone you don’t know too well, going to clubs, or in any situation that you might not feel comfortable or even just not sure.” So basically every time you leave the house with a vagina between your legs it should be stuffed with one of these condoms..and I thought tampons were uncomfortable.  But what is a little discomfort, after all having a vagina is all about personal responsibility, and I know this because RapeX has told me so.

Simply because your body is sacred and it is your legal and moral right to be safe. Nobody can make you safe except you. You do not have to secure your home, equally you do not have to secure your body, however it is better if you do so!

Yes much better if you do so.  In fact when you go to sleep at night you should have one of these products or your night side table, that way if a rapist breaks in you will be prepared.  Don’t call 911, lock your door, or try to leave your premises, just slip one of these little beauties into your vagina and all will be well. Take a big sigh of relief everyone. 

This product attempts to market itself as an anti-rape device but in actuality it is disciplines the bodies of women, and makes us responsible for attacks perpetrated against us.  If only you were prepared in every single situation the evil rapist would not have gotten you. What were you thinking leaving the house with the belief that you had the right to exist free of sexual violence…didn’t you notice the vagina between your legs?  The simple solution to the problem of sexual violence is to be proactive and spend the money on this latest protection device…if you don’t, what happens will be blamed on you, and not the evil predator that violated you. Your vagina is not some movie that you can return to netflix when you are done with it, it is a chalice that must be guarded like the holy grail.  Everything that is essential to your being is located 6 inches below your belly button and we all know the consequences should we forget that. So remember be a good girl plug it up and be safe.

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