Category Archive: Rape

May 28

UK – It’s heresy, I know. But not all women are victims. And not all rape is rape: It is a view that will outrage many, but Crimewatch creator NICK ROSS insists it is a debate we must not flinch from

Despite a century of feminism, and perhaps partly because of it, women are still mostly portrayed as weak when it comes to the issue of crime. It is 80 years since cinema audiences first thrilled to King Kong abducting the hapless blonde Ann Darrow – her only defence was her beauty. Even now, much of …

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Apr 24

UK – Sex consent could still lead to rape charge, judges say

The decision not to charge the man was challenged by his ex-partner A woman who agreed to sex might still be the victim of rape, the High Court has ruled. The most senior judge in England and Wales and two other judges said there was consensual penetration, but the man behaved aggressively and ignored the …

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Aug 22

UK – Assange case: How is rape defined?

Warning: This piece contains explicit sexual detail George Galloway sparked outrage with his comments on the Julian Assange sexual assault allegations, but does the definition of rape vary significantly from country to country? The MP for Bradford West said the allegations against Julian Assange, even if true, “don’t constitute rape”. The idea that the allegations …

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