[Note added 29.1.15: While you’re here, why not check out why Caroline Criado-Perez has won three ‘Lying Feminist of the Month’ awards? Details here. The latest award resulted from her recent discussion with me on the ITV programme This Morning.]
Our thanks to M for pointing us to this. Alison Saunders, the radical feminist Director of Public Prosecutions, has ensured that heterosexual men are the only cohort in society who are deemed guilty until and unless they can prove themselves innocent. She said:
We want police and prosecutors to make sure they ask in every case where consent is the issue – how did the suspect know the complainant was saying yes and doing so freely and knowingly?
What evidence of consent will suffice? A series of legal statements signed by the woman, at regular intervals during sexual activities, witnessed by a solicitor? A video recording in which the woman turns to the camera at least once a minute, and says, ‘I am consenting to sex freely and knowingly, and I haven’t consumed an alcoholic drink in the past 24 hours’?
What a truly vile woman Alison Saunders is. Along with other radical feminists, she possibly believes women can never consent to heterosexual sex. Another equally grim feminist, Andrea Dworkin, wrote the following in Right-Wing Women (1978):
No woman needs intercourse; few women escape it.
The article contains at least one outright lie, presumably the two lazy (male) journalists couldn’t be bothered to check feminist claims. It’s the same lie which led to us awarding Laura Bates her second ‘Lying Feminist of the Month’ awards:
Around 85,000 women per year are victims of rape in the UK.