Black On White Homosexual Rape—Race Not An Issue, Say Police
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That is the conclusion announced by Captain Roger Clifford of the Baytown Police Department.

Baytown residents have filled local blog sites with their fears that their son or someone they knew might be the next victim. A young male was being attacked about every 30 to 60 days from July until the last incident Nov. 30. That attack occurred in front of the Tanglewilde subdivision where Hill lived with his family, police said.

Residents have posted sketches of the attacker every place they could, demanding to know who was terrorizing their area.

All the victims had "cookie cutter" similarities: young white males, in their late teens to early 20s who were still living at home. Investigators think the rapist carefully stalked each of the victims and then attacked them on the driveways to their homes or surprised them inside.

"They were all slender and a little smaller stature than Hill," [Baytown Police Capt. Roger ] Clifford said. Hill is 6-foot-1 and weighs 170 pounds.

Although the attacker was reported[ note:To the police, not necessarily by the press.] to be black with light skin and all the victims were white, Clifford said that race was not an issue.[Email Captain Clifford, and ask how he came to this conclusion.]

"This was just the type that he was physically attracted to," he said. Suspect arrested in rapes of men By CINDY HORSWELL Houston Chronicle Feb. 8, 2007

The technical term for a rape in which one man rapes another is "homosexual rape." That's the term used in our article SCOTUS: Segregation Worse Than Interracial Homosexual Rape!, but at the moment it's only used in one story describing this case, and that's in the Boston Edge, GLBT news section. ( GLBT stands for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transsexual.)The conventional feminist narrative is that rape is not about sex, it's about power and dominance. This went double for the the fictional rape at Duke University, where it was interracial rape that was about power and dominance. Eldridge Cleaver certainly felt that way.

But if this isn't about race, it must be about sex. In this case, obviously, gay sex.

But it's not. A reader protested vigorously at my use of the term "gay" to describe a man who rapes other men. Well, then, this series of rapes must be about absolutely nothing.

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