According to the BBC News site, there is to be a campaign to make sure young men are aware that they have to get consent before engaging in sex with a woman. They are also looking at changing the law to allow a jury to decide if a woman was too drunk to give consent or not, and allow a rape case to go ahead if they decide she wasn't. This brings up a few points for me. Do you have to carry around a form for the woman to sign before doing the deed? Not very romantic, but the only way I can think of to make sure you're back's covered legally. But even if you do that, if the Jury decide that shhe had had a few drinks, your signed piece of paper doesn't stop you getting done for rape. Why does being too drunk to know what you're doing as a woman mean you are not consenting, even if the man may also have been drinking, and that doesn't remove his responsibility to be clear thinking and make the right decision? So even if she's begging you for it, you are to go against nature and tell her no just in case she regrets it in the morning and you're up on a rape charge. Ugly people will never have sex again! Rape is wrong. But it's also wrong for a man to get what can not be confused as anything else other than consent, only for her to change her mind, blame it on the drink and bring a rape charge. If they cannot look after themselves when they've had a few drinks, they shouldn't be drinking. If I get into a car and try to drive it, saying that I was too drunk to make a concious decision is no defence. Why should it be one for a woman? There's supposed to be sex equality, but it doesn't seem to be very equal.