Posted by Rich (188.8.131.52) on August 23, 2003 at 14:13:56:
In Reply to: Samira Belil - Escape from hell posted by Jan den Breejen (184.108.40.206) on August 23, 2003 at 06:04:15:
> Samira Belil lives in Paris, in a quarter with many agressive Algerian gangs she naively dated a gang chief, thinking that she would be safe. He gave her to his lieutenant, who beat her up with some other gang boys and they raped her. However she fell victim to another such gang rape. And - you won't believe this - even when she was on holiday in Greece with her mother she was raped by a group of boys.
> Without saying that she unconsciously wanted to become a victim, one might ask if some people have a character structure which sends signals to agressive people that they can be an easy victim??
> Its a very controversial theme, the Self Defeating Personality (masochistic character, Oldham's Self Sacrificing Style, ennatype 2w1) was removed from DSM-IV because of mainly political reasons, feminists fiercely objected to the idea that some type of woman can send signals that she's an easy victim.
May I remind everybody, that those " body language " experiments also found out that many males project a non-aggressive persona? Also, those experiments found that what non-victims project, is a " don't mess with me " image. The Vigilant Style is probably the best style to be a non-victim. The Vigilant are scanning for danger, and are willing & able to gives as good as they get! We would also expect that the Aggressive & Adventurous styles, would welcome & relish the chance to settle the other persons's hash, when once attacked...! ( I think that these 2 styles are not as careful to scan for danger as the Vigilant.... ) Rich
Post a Followup