Evan Rachel Wood Plays the Sexual Assault Victim Card
If there was ever a proven method to “break through the clutter” in a gynocentric society already over-saturated with people playing pretend for a living, i.e. Hollyweird actors and actresses, it’s putting the victim card on the table. Nothing screams “pay attention to me, please” like chicks with failing acting careers using the sexual assault victim gnome to regain lost notoriety.
Claiming to be a victim – even decades after the supposed event happened – is a very effective public relations maneuver to thrust a forgotten name back into the headlines of leftist newspapers.
But, why does it work?
For starters, it’s taboo to question female trustworthiness in Anglo America to begin with, even if it’s proven time and time again women are naturally gifted with powers of deception and often act in a predatory fashion. (Especially towards men!)
It’s double taboo to question a female rape victim – damn the statistics which say rapes reported to police are falsified in a large number of cases. There are wildly varying estimates on how many rape reports are false, but what we do know is it happens a lot.
- 1 in 10 rape reports were found to be fake, as reported by Theilade and Thomson, 1981.
- 9 in 10 rape reports were found to be fake, as reported by Stewart, 1986.
Since we do not live in a rational society but an emotional one, women know they can get by with claiming to be a sexual assault victim, even if their claims are completely baseless and/or unprovable.
Then, there’s the spurious definition of sexual assault in America in which even normal male behavior is condemned. Well, it’s condemned if it’s an unwanted advance from a lower status male, OR if it’s a higher status male whose resources can be predated by the women claiming to be the victim.
It makes unscrupulous public relations flacks who concoct these schemes even happier when they can get a swipe at thought criminals and Alpha males like Donald Trump. Quoting Rolling Stone, one left leaning blog writes:
By electing Donald Trump, a large swath of Americans agreed that it was socially acceptable for powerful men to grope women. This societal affirmation of rape culture made Wood realize it was time to stop being vague about abuse.
Here we go again with this rape culture nonsense. Wood writes:
I’ve been raped. By a significant other while we were together. And on a separate occasion, by the owner of a bar. I don’t believe we live in a time where people can stay silent any longer. Not given the state our world is in with its blatant bigotry and sexism.
Wood’s statement is full of typical boilerplate language used in the media, complete with worn-out buzzwords and focus group cliches. However, trite as it may be, it’s a very successful model, which is part of the reason we see so many women claiming to be victims. Just look at a short listing of the women who have used it to enhance their public image.
- Oprah Winfrey
- Lady Gaga
- Teri Hatcher
- Ashley Judd
- Tyler Perry
Of course, it makes for an even better victim story if you can tie in a questionable suicide attempt claim. The Establishment-infested, Marxist sympathizing Associated Press reports:
Wood also says in the letter that she believes being raped “was one of the many factors” behind a suicide attempt when she was 22.
Funny nobody ever thought to mention all this until now. But now she wants to “take a stand” to use another boilerplate phrase the media love.
You might notice the story reports Wood making these rape claims in a letter. The truth is, Wood only sent out an email to establish her newfound victim status, and a hungry for a scoop press took her at her word.
All that’s left is to deflect any criticism before it even begins. Establishment press writes:
She didn’t want it to be a sob story, she was worried people would say she came forward to get attention, and she thought some people would say what happened to her wasn’t really rape.
As with many things in life, one can never be truly certain what the truth is. However, given the fact the Wood sexual assault victim claim reeks “PR stunt” it’s reasonable to put all this information out there and call it into question.
What do you think? Is she another victim or another consummate Hollyweird game player?
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