Virtual Rape: The New Toxically Masculine Nonsense

As if men don’t have enough on our plate with toxic females, we now must confront a new issue.

Now, we must be careful how close our Avatars get to each other. Because virtual assault is the real deal.

According to The Daily Mail,

A woman was ‘virtually raped’ by a stranger in Meta‘s Horizon Worlds metaverse app while another user ‘watched and passed around a bottle of vodka’, a new report claims.

SumOfUs, a non-profit that campaigns to curb the growing power of corporations, sent a 21-year-old researcher into the virtual world this month.

About an hour into using the platform, her avatar was sexually assaulted during a ‘disorientating and confusing experience’.

USA Today adds:

“Within 60 seconds of joining,” she wrote in the post from December, “I was verbally and sexually harassed – 3-4 male avatars, with male voices, essentially, but virtually gang raped my avatar.’”

She details watching her avatar get  sexually assaulted by a handful of male avatars, who took photos and sent her comments like “don’t pretend you didn’t love it.”

The woman is vice president of Metaverse Research for Kabuni Ventures, an immersive technology company. Meta released Horizon Worlds to everyone 18 years and older in the United States and Canada on Dec. 9 after an invite-only beta test a year ago.

The researcher, who is unnamed, said: ‘It happened so fast I kind of disassociated. One part of my brain was like wtf is happening, the other part was like this isn’t a real body, and another part was like, this is important research.’

Speaking to MailOnline, a Meta spokesperson highlighted that the researcher did not have the Personal Boundary feature on – a safety tool that’s turned on by default and prevents non-friends from coming within four feet of your avatar.

‘In Horizon Worlds, Personal Boundary is default on at almost 4ft for non-friends to make it easier to avoid unwanted interactions,’ the spokesperson said.

‘We don’t recommend turning off the safety feature with people you do not know.’

Internet 2.0

So, the ultimate leftist wants this virtual world to become the end-all, be-all to the internet. No more search engines and websites. We will just live in perfect harmony digitally.

USA Today explains:

Meta envisions a virtual world where digital avatars connect through work, travel or entertainment using VR headsets. Zuckerberg has been bullish on the metaverse, believing it could replace the internet as we know it.

But where are the #MeToo protesters?

Wasn’t this woman violated? Where are the vagina hats? How about the demands for an arrest warrant? I think leftist women missed a huge opportunity to “stick it to the man”. At the very least, there’s a new hashtag brewing.

How many arrests could be made if crimes against an Avatar were explicitly illegal? I foresee a new government scam in the making. Just think, thousands of men arrested for “virtual sexual harassment” or “virtual rape”. Put all the first time offenders on probation. Sit back and collect the probation fees. That way, leftists will have more funds to abuse and misuse. Why not?




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