No more gang rape


Book Reviewer
'Some community activists had previously suggested the phrase 'gang rape' had racist connotations.'

hmm.... shall we have a look at the statistics relating to the ethnic backgrounds of the perpetrators then?

if it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and leaves duck sh1t everywhere, it's probably a duck. why do some people insist on trying to tell us different?
How about, a jolly good time?
7/8 participants enjoy it...
vampireuk said:
How about, a jolly good time?
Well, statistically speaking, 9 out of 10 enjoy it...

Depending on where you live of course, surely you could just rename it 'a normal Saturday night'?


Edited to add: B0ll0cks! Beaten to it...but as mine had more participants, it's clearly more fun :p
How does 'gang' -

gang 1 (gng)
1. A group of criminals or hoodlums who band together for mutual protection and profit.
2. A group of adolescents who band together, especially a group of delinquents.
3. Informal A group of people who associate regularly on a social basis: The whole gang from the office went to a clambake.
4. A group of laborers organized together on one job or under one foreperson: a railroad gang.
5. A matched or coordinated set, as of tools: a gang of chisels.
a. A pack of wolves or wild dogs.
b. A herd, especially of buffalo or elk. See Synonyms at flock1.
v. ganged, gang·ing, gangs
To band together as a group or gang.
1. To arrange or assemble into a group, as for simultaneous operation or production: gang several pages onto one printing plate.
2. To attack as an organized group.
Phrasal Verb:
gang up
1. To join together in opposition or attack: The older children were always ganging up on the little ones.
2. To act together as a group: various agencies ganging up to combat the use of illicit drugs.


[Middle English, band of men, from Old English, journey, and Old Norse -gangr, journey, group (as in thjofagangr, gang of thieves).
and 'rape'

rape 1 (rp)
1. The crime of forcing another person to submit to sex acts, especially sexual intercourse.
2. The act of seizing and carrying off by force; abduction.
3. Abusive or improper treatment; violation: a rape of justice.
tr.v. raped, rap·ing, rapes
1. To force (another person) to submit to sex acts, especially sexual intercourse; commit rape on.
2. To seize and carry off by force.
3. To plunder or pillage.


[Middle English, from rapen, to rape, from Old French raper, to abduct, from Latin rapere, to seize; see rep- in Indo-European roots.]


raper n.

rape 2 (rp)
A European plant (Brassica napus) of the mustard family, cultivated as fodder and for its seed that yields a valuable oil. Also called colza, oil-seed rape.


[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin rpa, pl. of rpum, turnip.]

rape 3 (rp)
The refuse of grapes left after the extraction of the juice in winemaking.

Have any connections to racial connotations?

It is just drivel, and as for being 'emotive' let's gang rape the instigators of this pathetic initive and see how 'emotive' they are afterwards.

Imbeciles. 'Multi-Perpertrator Rape' sound like something you'd buy in the Red Light District of Amsterdam.
According to that article, it has to be 3 or more to be gang rape?! So if it's just 2 offenders... it is classed 'company rape'? If so then 3 would be 'crowd rape'.
I spotted that as well ash, but was just wondering about it.....

What is a 'dual-perpertrator rape' called in normal, plain, non-b0llocks English?
Its hard to indulge in gang-rape when you're as unpopular as I am. If there are any other potential gang rapists out there looking for like minded friends, PM me.

...Until then theres always the kids.


Book Reviewer
Hetero Unauthorised Multi-User Penetrative Interfacing Non-Grouped.

Apparently, if there are three "perpetrators" comitting the said rape, it is to now be called "Making her airtight, sex"
Was worried by the title of this thread that it wasnt allowed at all anymore, but if all we have to do is change the name?? Nice one!!

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