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In that they've both said that there is a gradation of the seriousness of different rapes. The difference is that Nick Ross seems to be suggesting that there are some incidents that are currently referred to as rape which aren't rape, which is a much trickier position to justify.
where he said crime wasn't anything to do with poverty. Apparently reading an autocue on crimewatch doesn't make you an expert in criminology, who knew? the daily mail apparently
making more money from his book, dealing in other peoples misery.
What a nice man
It reads like a sentence that has been put into Chinese through Google Translator and then back to English
.....although I also worry about that with my son......I wouldnt want him wearing a suit and tie in a rough area with a parting......would Nick Ross also suggest that some male dressed as a rich posh person in a poor rough area is 'Asking for it'......he mentions that men might be on the end of public violence.....does this mean that any man 'out for the evening' is asking for it (they'd be safer at home) or at least not in a pub or where there are other men drinking.
Naturally anyone wearing a football teams colours is partly responsible if they get beaten up by opposing fans?
but to say that somebody who rapes (ir in NR's view, is the victim) in situation x is somehow more or less culpable than somebody in situation y is bonkers. If somebody overpowers another person's sexual liberty by any means then that is rape. If people would just stop raping other people then we wouldn't need to care about how we dress or how much we have to drink or where we walk at night.
As they've both had foot-in-mouth rape trouble lately.
NICK RAWSE, I'M THE BAWSE
I'M THE MAYOR
MAKE IT RAIN
ON THESE HATERS