Sexkontrakt gegen falsche Beschuldigungen

Sign here, rape there | Herald Sun
A SOUTH Australian politician, a female one at that, suggests women should sign a contract before sex to combat false rape allegations.

On the face of it some people may consider this fair and reasonable. After all, we have pre-nuptial contracts.

Certainly Independent MP Ann Bressington thought the idea worth raising in parliament.

But let’s read the fine print. She suggests it as a means of protection for men against “more false allegations of rape”.

über: news.mensactivism.org

Dazu eine Illustration: Eine 14-Jährige beschuldigte einen Mann einer erfundenen Vergewaltigung – er saß 75 Tage hinter Gittern.

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