*NEW* Butterfly [OFFICIAL VIDEO UNCENSORED]
This video is intended for a MATURE audience only. Contains artistic portrayal of forced sex, slavery, violence against women. If you are offended by these things, please do not watch this video. If you are offended by these things and you watch it anyway, please do not complain.
Official Video for the song “Butterfly.” From the upcoming LP A Human Parasite coming out for FREE on July 4, 2014. Get your copy at http://www.screammachinedc.bandcamp.com .
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Directed & filmed by C. Morte
Created & produced by S. Morte
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As I’ve stated in other posts, I have a few problems with the anti-rape culture movement. The purpose of the anti-rape culture movement seems to be to reduce women once again to helpless victims. To me it looks like women who are being groomed to be victims because they are being taught that they have no power here. I stand in staunch opposition to this and always will. Thinking that more education and sensitivity training is going to protect you in this world is a pipe-dream and it’s a dangerous one. You cannot “cure” or educate someone out of being a rapist. It is impossible. Making women put on clothes is not going to change things and women running around naked telling everyone not to look is not going to change things, because these things have nothing to do with why rape occurs. Rape occurs because a person feels powerless and wants to assert control over another human being in order to feel more powerful. No amount of sloganeering or naked protestation is going to change that.
This video is my statement to the anti-rape culture brigade: Enough, already! THIS is why rape occurs: because a person puts (or sees) another person in a vulnerable situation and takes advantage of them. Period.
It has nothing to do with any of the political bullshit that these assholes are talking about. It is not society causing it. It is not because of some lack of education or sensitivity. People don’t need to be “taught not to rape,” because people already know that rape is wrong. They do it anyway because they don’t care.
This video is also a rebellion against being branded as a sex object. Attempts were made to look not sexy but pathetic. The simulated rape and forced servitude shown here is not just the message but the subtext as well; it is symbolic of being forced into a role you do not want to occupy.
The song and concept are based on John Fowles’s novel “The Collector.”