Comics - Unintended - 24 Aug 2015 09:17 pm

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A note from the author:
Campion, 24 Aug 2015 07:30 pm ( Reply )


In today's comic, it not quite what Hunter expected.




User Comments:
Missalice3, 24 Aug 2015 10:36 pm ( Reply )


Of course - when a child rape happens, they don't notice it, but when a kid pushes in self defense, they get sent to the naughty corner.

It sounds corrupt.


Joe (Guest), 25 Aug 2015 04:52 am ( Reply )


Come on Hunter, kick that bitch nun too!


Stephen (Guest), 25 Aug 2015 07:23 am ( Reply )


Well the nun doesn't know about the whole situation with Hunter and the Racoon girl.

We don't know why the Racoon girl did what she did, I am NOT a child psychologist. That is not to say personal problems of hers, excuses bad behaviour.

She is only 4, maybe once it has been stressed to her that what she did was wrong things, then she can develop as a character? I don't know

the author probably got a good story involving the raccoon girl.

Who knows :)

Poor Hunter though


Timmie, 25 Aug 2015 08:41 am ( Reply )


Hunter lost his temper as you can see in the first panel. That makes him just as wrong as the Raccoon Girl. Even his dog friend sees that.

And don't think the teacher don't know that something is going on. they might not have seen what happen in the playhouse, but they can tell something is wrong.


Jetta Bloodeye, 25 Aug 2015 11:18 am ( Reply )


I'm pretty firmly in the "Hunter was right" camp over here. She put her hands on him, after being told not to multiple times. She sexually assaulted him - children may not understand exactly what that means, but Hunter obviously knew enough to feel violated. If something similar had happened to an adult, we would be praising their actions. Being a child doesn't mean you cannot defend yourself - teaching a kid that young that they will be punished for doing so is extremely harmful!


Kijibwa, 25 Aug 2015 07:49 pm ( Reply )


@Joe: You'll missing the point.


Kijibwa, 25 Aug 2015 07:52 pm ( Reply )


@Jetta Bloodeye: Raccoon Girl didn't know any better. kids tend to get the wrong ideas from their parent not understanding what going on. Kicking her is a bit extreme.


morgankhat (Guest), 26 Aug 2015 09:12 pm ( Reply )

Jeeze
When I was that age, no one even THOUGHT of the implications much less ACTED on them. You can blame mass media for implicitly, if not actively promoting that sort of behavior, and I don't mean Hunter's defending himself either.


Scia (Guest), 29 Aug 2015 01:14 am ( Reply )


Yeah, I'm one of the people that thinks Hunter is right to defend himself. In addition to the abuse from before, the way the raccoon pulled him away could potentially be considered assault, from what I understand. I'm not big on forcing anyone to do ANYTHING, except maybe in extreme circumstances.

Not to say I don't think the girl isn't innocent. I don't think she truly knows what she's doing, and I don't think she meant to hurt him.

Though if this were an adult situation... well, I was taught to do whatever it takes to stop someone from trying to rape you. As a side, things like pulled hair and skin under the fingernails can make for great DNA evidence.

As for the situation in the comic, I think my opinion can be summed up as 'life can be messy/messed up' and 'I rreeeeaaalllyyy hope this gets sorted out properly and she learns better.'


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