That isn’t what it’s being called, but materially, that’s what it is. Forney predicted it.
A blindfolded woman was raped by another woman pretending to be a man. Five times. She removed the blindfold and understandably lost it.
This might also involve a change of law to help protect male victims (amending the penetration clause, as if women can’t rape too).
Statistically, most trannies are male. So lesbians in particular will be following this story with interest, and that’s why it’s in the Guardian.
Everyone with pets must play favourites some of the time.
UPDATE: conviction: http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/sep/15/woman-convicted-of-impersonating-man-to-dupe-friend-into-having-sex
Nothing about women proving it too. Some equality.
Men accused of date rape will need to convince police that a woman consented to sex as part of a major change in the way sex offences are investigated.
Whatever happened to Innocent Until PROVEN Guilty?
Pretty soon, a common dating question will be ‘are you a feminist’ and anything other than a ‘fuck no’ will mean no fucking. If I were a man, I would not touch a feminist girl with a bargepole.
We assessed 12-month prevalence and incidence data on sexual victimization in 5 federal surveys that the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted independently in 2010 through 2012. We used these data to examine the prevailing assumption that men rarely experience sexual victimization. We concluded that federal surveys detect a high prevalence of sexual victimization among men—in many circumstances similar to the prevalence found among women. We identified factors that perpetuate misperceptions about men’s sexual victimization: reliance on traditional gender stereotypes, outdated and inconsistent definitions, and methodological sampling biases that exclude inmates. We recommend changes that move beyond regressive gender assumptions, which can harm both women and men.
Like men can’t be raped? and always want sex? even if the other person is ugly?
In one of the studies included in the analysis, the CDC found that an estimated 1.3 million women experienced nonconsensual sex, or rape, in the previous year. Notably, nearly the same number of men also reported nonconsensual sex. In comparison to the large number of women who were raped, nearly 1.3 million men were “made to penetrate” someone else. Despite the use of these two different categories, the CDC data reveal that both women and men experienced nonconsensual sex in alarming numbers.
The study also included the 2012 National Crime Victimization Survey, which found that 38% of all rape and sexual assault incidents were committed against males, an increase over past years that challenges the common belief that males are rarely victims of this crime.