Rihanna Shoots Man Down

 

 The story line goes like this: Beautiful girl dances seductively with man, rebuffs his advances, she leaves, he follows, he rapes, she kills. It’s that simple. We’ve all seen hundreds of violent videos…murder, rape, torture..so why is this getting all the “talk”. Is it because it’s a Woman taking control? Is it that the media is comfortable with the idea of a woman being attacked, brutalized and raped, but not with her seeking some power of her own? Fuck the naysayers. Fuck anyone who has a problem with the concept of this video. Kudos to Rihanna and the people behind it. Thank you for giving women back a little control, a little dignity, a little self worth.

 

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