It's also a form of "enslavement," said Victoria Kajja, a fellow for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the east African country of Uganda. "The fears surrounding the victim, the act of wearing the condom in anticipation of being assaulted all represent enslavement that no woman should be subjected to."
Kajja said the device constantly reminds women of their vulnerability.
South Africa has one of the highest rape rates in the world, Human Rights Watch says on its website. A 2009 report by the nation's Medical Research Council found that 28 percent of men surveyed had raped a woman or girl, with one in 20 saying they had raped in the past year, according to Human Rights Watch.
Let's do an informal poll here... How many people here are rapists?
WTF? That's from a survey with people volunteering answers! "Are you a rapist?" "Sometimes." Wow. The reality must be much higher.
Seriously --- that's very, very messed up.
As for complaining about "enslavement", geez... It's like they're upset that they can't run around raping anymore. "Enslavement"??? It's a really bad situation. Seems like it's needed there. Badly.
And as for the movie, "Teeth" -- it was REALLY bad.
From the article, the inventor quoting a rape victim:
"She looked at me and said, 'If only had teeth down there,'"
The product name is even scary: Rape-aXe
That something like that would ever be needed it extremely sad. And the inventor is drawing out critics! Just how completely FUBAR is that?