- n. Plural form of rapist.
“Protection against thieves and rapists is non-existent.”
“Now apparently realizing that public support for pedophile rapists is something less than funny, Polanski supporters have gone silent.”
“Zach has a particular appetite for removing pedophiles and rapists from the face of the earth.”
“Sooo the poor rapists is not the problem here but the person with the rape kit?”
“Now, to be fair, I don't think the gayness of the would-be rapists is an intentional signifier like the blackness of the would-be rapists is in that scene in "Birth of a Nation"; that would be, to say the least, unlikely given that "gayness" in that sense is an entirely modern construct, entirely out of place in that context.”
“Would you be "boggled" if I suggest that the characterisation of blacks here as a mob of rampaging gang-rapists is a product of prejudice and, in its emotional manipulation, serves to reinforce prejudice?”
“A minor detail that she called the rapists ‘maori’ instead of Policemen.”
“Strickland's film won prizes at the Berlin Festival and the European Film Awards but has also attracted controversy for stirring up tensions between Romanians and Hungarians (one of Katalin's rapists is Hungarian).”
“You can identify rapists, is the good news, and it’s exactly who you thought it was is the depressing.”
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