Gamertag Radio writes: "Rehtaeh Parson and Audrie Pott were two teenage girls who committed suicide in separate incidents after pictures of their rapes became viral and they were mercilessly bullied by their peers. It may seem unthinkable that kids would use something as traumatic and devastating as rape to "slut shame," bully, and harass another teenager, but it obviously does happen. How did teen rape culture come about, and how could rape be treated so trivially? Cenk hypothesizes that a small portion of the blame could be due to kids casually throwing around "rape" as a verb to not mean a sexual assault, but as some form of "owning" someone, or badly beating them, say, in a video game. Is that true? Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, and Ben Mankiewicz are joined by John Iadarola (TYT University) and Kim Horcher (Nerd Alert) to discuss."