Rape awareness

#1
From Yahoo home page today -

New statistics have revealed nearly half of young men still think sex with women too drunk to know what is going on is not rape...
... "It's not consensual sex unless both parties agree," explained former Miss Great Britain finalist and rape victim Victoria Buglioni.
In May last year, Ms Buglioni's life changed suddenly after she was followed into the toilets at a London nightclub.
"The man grabbed me by the hair and smashed my head against the toilet cubical wall.
"I fought back as best as I could but I was knocked out for 27 minutes during which he continued to rape me and get what he wanted from me," explained the 25-year-old.
Despite CCTV evidence, no one was convicted of her rape
Anyone got the tapes yet?
 
#2
I've got some of the hair still if you want to sniff it?
 
#3
Has she got one of these yet?

 
#5
What the fuck is that?

Looks like fun.
 
#9
Can I juth thay that you thould find out if the'sh wearing one BEFORE doing cunnilinguth...
 
#11
Now, see....this is where it all goes wrong!! All the money spent on CCTV amounts to absoulutely nothing......







Without sound, he can't prove he shouted SURPRISE!!!!
 
#12
Works both ways then - Next time I wake up hungover next to a mahooosive spunk bowser I can get her done for rape? :)
Firstly, just for the record - I happily subscribe to the opinion that any bloke that rapes a woman should be forcefully castrated using a barely sharp butter knife.

However... CC_TA does have a point. All too often blokes do wake up next to complete strangers without really knowing what the hell happened.
Worst case could be an accusation of rape - with their name publicised for all to know.

But there are women out there who will take advantage of a drunken bloke just as much as the other way around (albeit no where near as many). Some will even do everything in their power to get preggers (thank god for a kindly stranger who told me one night that the girl I was about to go home with was well known for saying "nah, I'm on the pill - no need for a condom mate" and was doing her best to get up the duff). I seem to remember a program a few years back called sperm bandits on the subject.
(just googled it - came up with some interesting results, it was on C4 aparently)

I know that for rape to be accused (in law), penetration has to have taken place, but surely there is some disparity here? I know that most blokes would be too embarresed to bring such an accusation, let alone believe the police would take it seriously - would any legal eagle like to comment?

Edited to add: Just realised this is the NAAFI - I will try to keep the conversation in the gutter in future don't worry.
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
#13
statistics prove at least 50% of the people involved in rape quite enjoy the experience.
 
#14
Gang rape, the sport 9 out of 10 people enjoy.
 
#17
All too often blokes do wake up next to complete strangers without really knowing what the hell happened.
Worst case could be an accusation of rape - with their name publicised for all to know.
Worst case scenario is either you having to do the walk of shame from their room or them from yours, and everyone knowing you've shagged a hippotocrocomoose. A rape charge carries less shame.
 

jarrod248

LE
Gallery Guru
#20
You men might be crossing your legs but I'm thinking who in their right mind would want that contraption inside them. It might be easy to insert it but how the hell do they remove it safely themselves? Or is that the point it's a permanent fixture.
You need permanantly fixing you gopping fibbing old cunt.
 

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