When are we going to differentiate between RAPE and SEX?
If a woman or girl is pulled into the bushes and attacked, that is a crime. When a girl goes down an alley-way, gets in to the back seat of a car, goes to a hotel room, goes back to his or her house, what happens then is SEX not RAPE.
However it is as far as the Law is concerned, why in these circumstances is the word of the woman or girl immediately accepted and acted upon when she goes to the Police? Why is the man then arrested, his house ransacked, his goods taken for examination – just on the word of a female?
Why when SHE says, it is believed, when HE says, it is not?
The man is then in prison, she is free. He is named and pictured in the press, she is not!
For many years now it is not necessary to remain a virgin to be acceptable as a bride. From leaving school young people live together, have babies, change partners frequently, have what is known as “one night stands” on a reglar basis. When girls leave clubs in the early hours of the morning and they have “pulled” it is approved by their friends and expected that this will result in sex. But who says it was RAPE and not sex? She does when she feels like it.
Our teenagers are leaving school pregnant – because they are given a flat, allowances, furniture, everything they and baby needs, so much easier than getting a job. They can entertain, have live-in boyfriends and have more babies – 3 or more all with different fathers, often which is the father is unknown.
In the long distant past, sex before marriage was forbidden – so the woman could receive vast amounts of money – for losing her prospects of a good marriage. As that no longer applies, why are the women known as “victims” and are given a large sum of money (£10,000) whilst the man’s life is ruined – read any paper on a daily basis including the local rag, you will find at least 3 articles referring to the arrest of a man on charges of RAPE.
This crime should be in small letters not capitals as it is claimed more frequent than burglary – as I’ve said – no longer a major crime for most of these bringing the charges are women with no morals but also no respect for men – only see them as (suckers) who will buy things for them, pay their bar bills, baby sit while the mother goes out with her friends.
I refer only to females as I imagine males who are raped are reluctant to be in the news and do not report it. I believe women are trying to become the superiors to men. Who is responsible for the TV adverts children being abused (NSPCC) – always by men! We know again from the press that in many cases the WOMEN are responsible.
I also understand where children are to be assesed as to the suitability of a parent – again it is a panel of WOMEN who are the assessors. Why are men excluded from this panel?
What does the Law do when the man is able to prove his innocence?
Does he get a public pardon?
Does he get all his goods returned and in good condition?
Does he get damages?
What does the Law do when the woman is the found guilty – of all the above to the man, to his loss of earnings, to the manpower involved in the arrest, interviews, ransacking of the house, seizing of property, Court time involving Police, solicitors?
Does she just walk away with a smile on her face, £10,000 in her pocket?