Don Lemon To Bill Cosby Accuser: ‘Did You Try Not Getting Raped?’

Seen here letting Bill Cosby know that he’s ready for him and without being drugged (Unless that ruins it. In which case, why yes, he would like a drink…) CNN anchor Don Lemon demonstrated why so many of these women – and rape victims in general – waited for decades to come forward, and it’s because even in the year 2014, male news reporters will ask you on national television why you didn’t just bite a powerful Hollywood actor in the dick after he pretended to be your mentor then drugged you at 19 years old so he could rape you. “Allegedly.” Via Gawker:

Lemon: You said he made you perform oral sex.
Tarshis: Right.
Lemon: You — you know, there are ways not to perform oral sex if you didn’t want to do it.
Tarshis: I was kind of stoned at the time, and quite honestly, that didn’t even enter my mind. Now I wish it would have.
Lemon: Right. Meaning the using of the teeth, right?
Tarshis: Yes… I didn’t even think of it.
Lemon: Biting.
Tarshis: Ouch.
Lemon: Yes. I had to ask.

If I made a list of things that an alleged rape victim had to be asked, I’m pretty sure, “Well, why didn’t you bite him in the dick, idiot?” would be nowhere on it. In fact, it’d be on a separate list called, “Asshole Things To Ask To Look Like An Asshole.” Fortunately, Don Lemon’s water-carrying wasn’t enough to stave off the inevitable because within hours of Janice Dickinson coming forward to accuse Cosby of raping her in 1982, Netflix officially pulled his upcoming Thanksgiving special. Us Weekly reports:

As new rape claims continue to emerge, the streaming service has decided premiering the celebratory show over the holidays would be a mistake.
“At this time we are postponing the launch of the new stand-up comedy special Bill Cosby 77,” Netflix told Us in a statement.

When asked if that was an acceptable dick-biting, Don Lemon responded in my head, “I would consider that an acceptable placing of the teeth on the penis to prevent a rape. Anything less than that would be asking for it, and frankly, I never thought of Netflix as that kind of girl. And by that kind of girl, I of course mean a slut. Sluts don’t fight back. I’m Don Lemon.”

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