Sex with a woman who is drunk may soon be rape

#3
She's too drunk to give consent then the blokes too drunk to know how drunk she is. How can drink impair one persons judgement but not the other?

What about drink driving? " I was too drunk to know what I was doing".

New Labour=cnuts
 
#4
Perhaps us guys can turn this round the other way. When you wake up beside some horrible munter, we can say that she is guilty of rape, because we were too drunk to give consent, and under no circumstances would we have nailed it had we been sober.

Soon then, it will be an offence to have sex whilst under the influence - are the Old Bill and Monkeys going too be doing ramdom bedroom raids to breathalise people having it away?
 
#5
XBC your quite right

I feel so sorry for most blokes out there.

This new thing has ‘abuse me’ written all over it. Some dirty drunken trollop who has the inability to keep her legs closed can quite possibly ruin a mans life by crying rape – kinda takes it away from the genuine cases out there.
 

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#6
If they do breathalyse, they may get some fairly odd readings. Does semen register?
 
#7
Mitchthebar said:
Perhaps us guys can turn this round the other way. When you wake up beside some horrible munter, we can say that she is guilty of rape, because we were too drunk to give consent, and under no circumstances would we have nailed it had we been sober. quote]
Been there often Mitch? :D
 
#8
Bambi said:
Mitchthebar said:
Perhaps us guys can turn this round the other way. When you wake up beside some horrible munter, we can say that she is guilty of rape, because we were too drunk to give consent, and under no circumstances would we have nailed it had we been sober. quote]
Been there often Mitch? :D
That would be telling:)
 
#9
XBC, that is a very interesting point and I wonder how that would stand up in court, any legal eagles out there?
 
#12
Unconscious drunk, yes. But just too pished to spot you're not really her type? Puh-leez.

Whatever happened to personal responsibility? Oh, yes. I remember what...
 
#13
Another example of Blair's PC thinking. Conviction rate too low? Well, lets rig it even more against the men. And why limit it to rape? Lets change the rules so everyone is guilty of anything, unless they can prove they are innocent. That will improve the conviction rate!

What really gets me about these rape cases is that women have their identity hidden while the man, about 99% of whom are innocent, have their names dragged through the mud. How about some justice for men for a change!
 
#14
Let's not get carried away now. The link is from the Daily.... The Dail.. well I can't bring myself to say it. We shouldn't take their reporting of it for gospel.

It is a sad fact that if I get totally hammered I may get a kebab and swamp myself on the way home, and possibly get into a fight. Unfortunately a woman/girl who is just as drunk is more likely to attract all manner of delinquents and perverts, who will take this oppertunity to grab her arrse, get a hand up her skirt etc.

I think the point trying to be made by the Gov is that taking advantage of really drunk girl's is unacceptable, and I totally agree.


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#15
IMHO you can use what you like to get them into bed. I use everything from sweet talk to rohypnol and hammers. They don't complain, because they always seem to expire first.
 
#16
Marc_St_Hilaire said:
Lets change the rules so everyone is guilty of anything, unless they can prove they are innocent. quote]

Isnt that the hidden rule anyway??

Cheat - your right taken advantage of a drunken girl is not right, but one of the solutions would be for women not to get into such a parylatic state. There has been a number of 'high profile' cases in the media where the accuser laters confesses they lied. Ruin a mans life in the prosess.

I just dont see it working, only affecting the credibility of genuine rape victims.
 
#17
The_Cheat said:
Unfortunately a woman/girl who is just as drunk is more likely to attract all manner of delinquents and perverts, who will take this oppertunity to grab her arrse, get a hand up her skirt etc.
You say that like it's a bad thing...
 
#18
What if the bloke's defence is that he was ming monged as well and now he's sober he thinks she's a fugly munter and would rather chew his arm off than wake her???

Does that still count as rape or should she be grateful????? Just a thought...
 

old_fat_and_hairy

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#19
There is no such thing as an ugly girl or a minging man! Just variations on recommended alcohol units.
 
#20
OFAH - Good point! OK, to re-phrase. If she turns out to be a '10 pinter' in the cold light of day, does it still count????

Could the Judge perhaps let him off with a warning that "excessive drinking could seriously impare your judgement, the result of which sits sweating on the Prosecution's 'bench', be careful young man"!!!!!
 

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