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The Misconception That Only Unattractive Men Rape And Only Women Who Are Considered Attractive Are Raped

December 14. 2017

Ted Bundy

There have been rape cases where members of the public have expressed shock at the victim's appearance, labeling some women unattractive and casting doubt on their respective stories. However, women from many walks of life have been raped. As they say, "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." Just because you don't find someone attractive, does not mean they were not raped. It is unwise to cast aspersions on the claims of a rape victim based on their looks.

There is also a misconception in the public domain that only unattractive men rape women. Subconsciously people think if a man is attractive, he is able to get a woman and would not engage in rape. However, rape is a crime based on the desire for control, lack of self-control, misplaced lust, arrogance, ego and desperation. There are some attractive men who are not use to being told no, they become angry when a woman refuses their sexual advances, and commit rape. Some rapists are also mentally ill.

The other day I saw a report on the news about police apprehending a rapist in Florida. I caught myself subconsciously thinking, but he is an attractive man, why did he resort to rape. I knew better, but instantly that's what I thought in seeing his mug shot on the news. Then, I remembered rape is not about looks, as past case law has illustrated.

Ted Bundy

In that moment I remembered the story of Ted Bundy, real name Theodore Robert Cowell. Bundy was considered an attractive man. He was charismatic and went to university. On the outside he looked like quite the catch. Women were taken by his looks and charm. However, Bundy was a psychopathic and satanic murderer, rapist, pedophile, necrophile, cannibal, burglar, stalker and voyeur. Bundy was a serial killer, who plagued America in the 1970s, committing a string of brutal rapes, murders and burglaries that terrified the country.

Bundy was the son of Louise Cowell. Some members of Bundy's family are of the belief he was the product of an incestuous relationship between his mother (Louise) and her violent, abusive father, Samuel Cowell. Louise later married Johnny Bundy, who adopted her son Ted Cowell, and they renamed him Ted Bundy. As a child, Bundy displayed troubling behavior, indicating he was becoming a psychopath, but his family did not pay enough attention to the warning signs.

Samuel Cowell was a cruel, barbaric, racist man, who physically assaulted his family and dog. Samuel even threw one of his daughters down a flight of stairs for oversleeping. Samuel experienced severe delusions, such as talking to entities that were not there, in conduct associated with paranoid schizophrenia. It is an established scientific fact that schizophrenia can be passed on from parent to child. Medical cases have illustrated schizophrenia can become embedded in DNA.

12 of Bundy's 30 plus murder victims

When Bundy was apprehended and prosecuted, he confessed to murdering at least 30 women. In some cases Bundy, a necrophile, perversely had sex with the corpses. Bundy decapitated some victims and kept their heads and other body parts in his apartment. His behavior was completely disturbing and sick. Bundy was given the death penalty in the State of Florida and executed via the electric chair.

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