I know some do have tempers, just dpends on the marines you are meeting, they are all different.
the arrogance comes from the fact, that they know they are some of the best out there, to do there jobs, strong no cry baby types in the Marines.
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The answer to this straightforward question can be anything but simple.
The first step in answering this question requires an understanding of the military’s prohibition on adultery.
As the action on stage and dialogue with the audience of real-life Marines unfolded, they exposed common misperceptions about sexual assault and how they benefit rapists, besmirch the reputation of everyone, and discourage victims from getting help.
Welcome to the game show “Not My Fault,” where a nice young corporal tries to explain why he is not to blame for hurting her, said Annie Rix, before assuming the role of “Amy,” the “hot chick” on base. She struggled, but he pinned her down and wouldn’t stop when she told him to. Most Marines in the audience said Amy was partly to blame for being raped because she gave him mixed signals and got too drunk. Everyone is responsible for curbing risky behavior and safeguarding themselves, but “don’t make excuses for rapists.”The appropriate penalty for getting too drunk might be vomiting, a hangover, or “spending $72 at Taco Bell,” Rix said. Some seemed skeptical, so Zerante asked if she could have gotten raped if she had warned him not to expect sex before coming to her room and “punched him in the face” if he tried. Conclusion: Rape is a crime no one deserves, and the only one to blame for it is the rapist.
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