Most right-wingers are contemptuous of the very concept of 'rape culture,' in fact there was no shortage of them peddling 'uncovered meat' fallacies in the wake of the Roastbusters scandal. So, in a perverse way I'm almost grateful to the repulsive cretins of @Peace for providing us with a teachable 'rape culture' moment that right-wingers won't immediately dismiss out-of-hand.
Their song "Kill the PM" includes the following, addressed to that PM, one John Key, and his daughter, Stephanie Key:
One of these days I'm gonna fuck your daughter
This poor boy gonna make his seed
All the way up in your girl
Hello, Miss Key
For the Pete Georges of this world, what's offensive about the above lyric is that it's very rude to the PM and his daughter, talking about having sex with her - how dare they? But that's just twats berating twats - what's actually, genuinely offensive about the above lyric is it's a powerful expression of rape culture.
If you're thinking he didn't say he was going to rape her, you're missing the point. Here's the rape culture involved:
1. The most obviously rapey bit is that whatever interest or distinct lack of interest Stephanie Key might have in letting this ambulatory excrement within touching distance of her apparently isn't relevant from his point of view.
2. The less obvious, but far worse, rapey bit is the matter of why this turd-on-legs wants to fuck Stephanie Key - not because of her appearance, her personality or any of the other, mundane, trivial reasons two people might fuck. No, the reason he wants to fuck her is he thinks squirting semen in her would be a suitable gesture of contempt for her father. That's rape culture right there, folks. Attitudes to sex and to women don't get much more poisonous than this - quite an achievement for a self-proclaimed Green voter...
UPDATE: realised I've unfairly maligned Pete George in this post - from the look of recent Kiwiblog threads, he actually gets what rape culture is. Apologies, Pete.