Rape advocate Eivind Berge has written on the topic of rape, stating on his website (http://eivindberge.blogspot.com/
"It isn't rape by any reasonable definition unless the woman resists to the best of her ability..."
With his definition in mind, meaning that he doesn't even consider child rape or the use of threats or drugs to rape, as rape, he still advocates for violent rape:
"When men have something women have less of, such as money or power, women simply take it by force. It's called affirmative action and feminists believe it's right. I am not going to argue against that. I accept that as a lost cause. So instead I am going to embrace forced equality and demand it for men as well.
What women have that men don't is of course sex. If anyone doubts that sex is a female resource, go here
and request the PDF file Baumeister, R.F. & Vohs, K.D. (2004). Sexual Economics: Sex as Female Resource for Exchange in Heterosexual Interactions. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 8, 339-363.
In light of feminism, or if you believe in equality, this article makes such a compelling case for rape that Baumeister felt obliged to include the otiose disclaimer, "Our analysis should in no way be construed as excusing sexual coercion and we roundly condemn any such acts."
So let us give women equality if that's what they really want. Remember that due to the hypergamous nature of women, men get less sex as women get more money and power. Women are generally incapable of feeling attraction for men who are not better than they are, and soon men are no better than equal. So it is about time men in feminist countries such as Norway stop thinking of rape as wrong. I have previously argued this point e.g. here
as Arpagus, and no one has been able to justify why affirmative action is right when it benefits women and hurts men but is wrong when it helps men and hurts women."
Eivind Berge is a rapist waiting to happen. He makes it clear that he feels he has a right to women's bodies and that "involuntary celibacy is worse than walking death"--and he's also made it clear he's in a state of involuntary celibacy.
Female students at the University of Bergen are at risk around a man who feels he has every right to rape them--and who has every desire to do so. Please help us get the University of Bergen to take whatever action it can to protect it's female students.
Your student Eivind Berge is a rape waiting to happen. He has stated that only full resistance from a woman makes it rape, and that use of innocence (child rape), threats, and drugs do not make it rape. Even believing his, he has stated that all Norwegian women of voting age should be raped, and that "involuntary celibacy is worse than walking death"--and he's also stated he's involuntarily celibate. Your female students are at risk and we ask you to take any action possible for their safety. Thank you.