I Was Asking For It

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To women,

I am writing this letter after much reflection and thought about what happened and why I am here. First I should introduce myself and tell you a little about how I got here. My name is Amanda Williams, I am a female, I am 23 years old. I grew up in Auburn, California and I am currently writing from my jail cell. Yes, I am a criminal. I am the one who lured the rapist.

Let me share my story. I have always been one to lure men into raping me. I don’t know, it has always given me strength and fulfilled me. I don’t think about it much I just do whatever i’m feeling that day. One specific day I was feeling extra frisky and decided to wear my hair up to show off the nape of my neck and expose my sexual ears. To heat it up a bit I wore my ¾ sleeve, exposing my soft, luscious forearms that are sure to get any man aroused. I went for a walk outside and found my victim, the weak link. He was drawn to me like a magnet he started talking to be and flirting, then he got closer and started groping. He pinned me against a tree, then picked me up and took me to his car and did the deed. After that he realized what had been done to him and he immediately called the cops and I was send to jail.

I’ve been in here for three years which has given me a lot of of time to think about what happened and why I did it. Before coming here I didn’t think much of it or that it was my fault but now that I think of it, it was completely my fault. I was the one who lured him in with my body, facial expressions, body language, and actions. It was really all my fault. I let my body be shown in front of men, that was my choice. The way I swayed my hips when I walked was asking for it. My promiscuous smile and happy expression led on these men and I really should not have shown any emotion. I should have had a blank expression like my mother always had told me to do in order to not lead any men on. It was my fault and is always the women’s faults. We make choices that make men want to rape us. We are the trap and the men are just the victims in the situation. They can’t control themselves but we women should know better. Men will be men and are easily tricked into raping women. We know that our bodies are irresistible and therefore should be more careful in covering it and concealing ourselves.

This is a letter I have written as a further reflection for myself and also as a guide to you women out there and a warning with tips in order to prevent yourselves from being in my situation. It will always be our fault so cover up girls. I have learned the wrong I did to those men and to myself asking for them to do those things to me and basically setting them up to rape me. Us women are the wicked ones. Please take this letter to heart and learn from my mistakes. I do not wish this on anyone so I wrote this as a reminder to all women to be cautious in what you wear and what you do because we have tendencies to be rape criminals.



Amanda Williams

I Was Asking For It

Strict Dress Code Rules Are Liberating


Dear Dean of Students,

I am writing this letter to thank you for having set strict dress code rules for girls only at our school. It was very much needed. Especially as a girl these days.  There were so many of us females walking around exposing their soft round shoulders and showing off our flowy bouncy locks, that creates great arousal in men. It has impacted me greatly by teaching me that my body is only there to be judged. Dress code is an amazing way to teach girls that their bodies are too sexual and therefore should be covered. Schools that do not enforce girls to follow dress codes teach them wrong messages like embracing and loving their bodies. What a horrible thought. Dress codes are also very beneficial to boys. Making girls cover up prevent boys from getting distracted by girls racy ankles, therefore making them pay more attention to the class, getting them better grades. 

I very much appreciate your decision to  make the dress code rules insanely strict so that no skin shows at all. One of my favorite rules include wearing gloves at all times to conceal our  seductive fingers. Another one the need for scarfs to prevent the distraction of ones curvaceous necks. Lastly, my most favorite rules out of all of them are that skirts are to always be long enough to graze the ground. How embarrassing would it be to accidentally flash your knees at someone! These rules have provided freedom and equality, for that I thank you for your decision to enforce dress code on us females.

-Corinne Platinum

Strict Dress Code Rules Are Liberating