Wednesday, November 15, 2006

'There can be no middle ground.'

According to law a woman cannot rape a man:

“Sexual Offences Act 2003:
Part 1 Rape

A person commits an offence if HE intentionally penetrates the vagina, anus or mouth of another person (B) with his penis B does not consent to the penetration and A does not reasonably believe that B consents.”

This use of HE is all the way through the Sexual Offences Act 2003, did someone forget that the word SHE exists?

Any man alive understands that sometimes a part of their body has a mind of its own, so to speak. You ask people to take heed of this scenario:

A woman abducts a sixteen year old male, strips him naked at knife point, ties him up and takes her own clothes off. He does not give his consent, but a part of his anatomy wants to rise to the occasion. The woman then proceeds to have sex with the male.

Does arousal mean he consented?

You believe that the scenario above constitutes rape, however the law does not.

Time for a change?

Women are either equal to men or they are not, there can be no middle ground.

You also draw people’s attention to the following link:

Woman Jailed for crying Rape.

“You framed an innocent man; you accused him of the most serious offence to be brought against a man in the criminal calendar.” David Lane QC

He has been put through hell, his family have likely disowned him, he will never be rid of this accusation and his life is swimming in the toilet. She should have been given longer in jail, no doubt.


At 9:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There have been many additions to the SOA Act (mostly in the 2003 ammendment) which have imo improved sexual offence laws vastly. Obviously some parts need to be re-thought about further - perhaps something against those who insist on making false accusations so a more severe punishment, sorry, rehabilitation process, can be used

At 12:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interpretation Act 1978
In any Act, unless the contrary intention appears,—
(a) words importing the masculine gender include the feminine;
(b) words importing the feminine gender include the masculine;
(c) words in the singular include the plural and words in the plural include the singular.

In other words just because 'he' has been used throughout, legally that means 'she' can also, however you could have bolded the bit about the penis: thats whats stopping them from doing it, those fiesty females, the lack of one.

At 12:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

sorry joe have to disagree with you. when a person is frightened (ie by a knife wielding loony )the body,s autonomous nervous system enables a flight/fight response by taking blood from un-necessary areas and sending it elsewhere.are you telling me the penis is engorged when a man is frightened so he can use it to run away with or perhaps hit his assailant on the head with it,lol.i have worked in casualty in the 90s and i have seen many frightened men, none of them erect,i have also worked on a male orthopaedic ward as a student nurse and seen lots of "morning glory" involuntary erections which soon wither when the owner remembers where he is ! j

At 6:04 PM, Blogger Joe90 said...

The question I was bringing to the floor was:

Is Arousal Consent?

At 3:11 PM, Blogger fjl said...

I fully agree. Timewasters and false accusers should be dealt with severaly, that joke simply aint funny. People do it for reputations, for cash- but it's foolish.

At 11:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

and my answer to your question would be yes i think it is ,do you become aroused when looking at a very ugly woman, i think your answer would be no. do you become aroused when you are frightened,again i think your answer would be no .for a man to become aroused he has to be turned on or take viagra or wake up with a morning glory erection.his erection would disappear if he was scared or repulsed so i think it would be impossible for a woman to rape a man.j


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