‘Treat rape victims like heroes’: the survivor changing voyeurism laws | Rape and sexual assault | The Guardian

Emily Hunt felt powerless after CPS failed to charge man who filmed her naked and asleep. Now she advises UK government on sexual assault


Emily Hunt was initially let down by the system, but to her courage and inner strength she decided that she had to do more and thankfully some of her endeavours have produced some good results.

But, as Emily will know, much more needs to be done to ensure every women in the UK is respected and receives everything the Law currently stipulates.

However, as we see with the recent case of the now former Met Police Officer David Carrick, even though he pleaded guilty to many charges and was sentenced to serve more than 30 years in prison before he can be considered for release, much more is required. Carrick was given 36 life sentences for his 17-year campaign of terror. However, while a large sentence should it have been even more severe, especially as his victims have a full life time to live with the actions he committed.

Now we find this appears to be one of many actions done by some Met Officers and not only Met Officers, but in other forces and in other areas other than police. This is not even taking into account all the other actions done to women throughout the UK.

So much more needs to be done to ensure everyone in the UK is protected, and no one should ever be demeaned for reporting any such actions, be they of any gender, race, ethnicity, disability, etc.

The Law needs to be strengthened so much more and then ensure the police, CPS and the Courts fully implement the Law.

Emily showed great courage to do what she did and is still doing, but don’t leave it to just Emily, for we should all do whatever we can.

Source: ‘Treat rape victims like heroes’: the survivor changing voyeurism laws | Rape and sexual assault | The Guardian

Rape survivor wins case against ‘cruel and inhumane’ state of Bolivia | Global development | The Guardian

An international court found that Brisa De Angulo, who was abused at 15, had her rights violated during the judicial process


This is a great result for Brisa and so hopefully for all women but will it, now that is for us all to see.

Women in many countries and not just in the Americas, but in many other countries around the World suffer greatly as in many of these countries males feel it is their Right to abuse women and in many instances treat women as though they have no Rights at all.

This should never have been so and we all need to bring pressure on any countries where abuses against women occur.


Source: Rape survivor wins case against ‘cruel and inhumane’ state of Bolivia | Global development | The Guardian

Westminster sex pests helped make Rishi Sunak PM. But has he forgotten the victims?

Everyone from the Prime Minister down knows that the ‘serious ethical issues’ he alluded to persist


Well, Westminster does need a good clean, but is anyone ‘man’ enough to do it, perhaps it could take a women, but which one and which Party for currently there appears to be no contenders, so currently and for sometime to come it looks like the ‘sex pests’ are somewhat safe, which means anyone could be so vulnerable to sex pressures being made to them, which will be Westminster and the UKs loss.


Source: Westminster sex pests helped make Rishi Sunak PM. But has he forgotten the victims?

The Catholic Church’s grim history of ignoring priestly pedophilia – and silencing would-be whistleblowers : The Conversation

Widespread public shock followed the recent release of the Pennsylvania grand jury report that identified more than 1,000 child victims of clergy sexual abuse. In fact, as I know through my research, the Vatican and its American bishops have known about the problem of priestly pedophilia since at least the 1950s. And the Church has consistently silenced would-be whistleblowers from within its own ranks.

In the memory of many Americans, the only comparable scandal was in Massachusetts, where, in 2002, the Boston Globe published more than 600 articles about abuses under the administration of Cardinal Bernard Law. That investigation was immortalized in the 2015 award-winning film, “Spotlight.”

What many Americans don’t remember, however, are other similar scandals, some even more dramatic and national in scope.

Doubling down on secrecy


Source: The Catholic Church’s grim history of ignoring priestly pedophilia – and silencing would-be whistleblowers : The Conversation

‘No, I don’t want this’ Nine migrants gang-rape teacher in NYE Vienna attack, court hears

Were they true Muslims, as I believed Muslims should not consume alcohol.

They would have been from Muslim extraction, but were not true to their religion and should be punished accordingly.


NINE asylum seekers from the same family have gone on trial in the Austrian capital Vienna for the New Year’s Eve 2015 gang rape of a 28-year-old German teacher.

1.Mohamed Al-A;  2. Nazar Al-J; 3. Mohammed Al-T; 4. Alaa Al-J;  5. Hader Al-A; 6. Mustafa Al-J; 7. Nael Al-J; 8. Marwan Al-J; 9. Sabah Al-J.

Most of them deny the charges but DNA proved that sperm from six of them was found in or on her body.

  • The court heard how the victim arrived in Vienna on December 28, 2015 to spend the New Year with a female friend in the city.  Shortly before 3.00am the friend of Sabine noticed she was no longer there and was told by another patron that the men she had been talking with had “taken her away.”
  • The defendants, aged between 22 and 45, all arrived in Austris between…

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Catholic Care and Home Office v Kevin Raymond Young 14 Nov 2006 Supreme Court (St Camillus and Medomsley)

Another case of historical sexual abuse that when originally reported never got past first base. This rejection coupled with the original abuses will have created untold major problems for the abused and for then to deliberate on the Statue of Limitations beggars belief, just what is our justice systems wishing to achieve. For it should be that those who commit criminal acts should be brought to book and not orchestrate means to minimise this. There may be good cause for Statute of Limitations on some aspects, but others should be exempt especially those of a sexual nature.

The victim needs to be a major consideration as they had little or no choice in the actions committed, unlike their abusers.

cathy fox blog on child abuse

Kevin Young suffered horrendous sexual abuse as a child must have suffered again having to go through these court ordeals.

Kevin, went to Consett Police Station, when he came out of Medomsley, told them of his sexual abuse, and even showed them the ligature marks on his neck. He was told that to make allegations against a Prison Officer was a criminal offence when on licence.

Who was that callous police officer?

Kevin got on with life as best as he could and became a succesful businessman owning 22 cafes, and a large security business. But after literally bumping into his abuser in York who had become a Reverend in the United Reform Church, he went to pieces. He went from having a £2m business to a recluse, such is the effect of PTSD and mental illness following abuse.

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BRITAIN: There is a saying teach our children well ‘ This should begin with parents ‘ be carried on by Teachers and End with believing everyone is equal Black and White or even Multicoloured instead people like sheeple follow those with their own grudges or political agendas and causing Racial Abuse to rise starting with our primary school children – @AceNewsServices

While schools are regarded as the main educators of children, they are not the only educators. For before children go to school they are usually at home and are being educated by their parents, whether this is intentional or not, as children observe what is around them and what is occurring.

So all parents have a duty to their children in the way they conduct themselves when in front of their children, for what children hear and see they will copy. However, there may be other factors, for they may go to a nursery and pre-school and also the community environment in which they live.

All of these are factors in how children behave, however, in many instances their behaviour could be tempered by how they are disciplined by family members.

So all in all, while teachers have their part to play, so do parents and all factors need to be taken into consideration.

We’ve Seen Donald Trump Before – His Name Was Silvio Berlusconi

Stop Making Sense

John Foot writes for The Guardian:

Image result for trump berlusconiWe keep being told that the Donald Trump phenomenon means we have entered the era of post-fact politics. Yet, I would argue, post-fact politics has been tarnishing democracy for some time. Twenty-two years ago a successful businessman sent a VHS tape to Italy’s news channels. It showed him sitting in a (fake) office. He read a pre-prepared statement via an autocue.

The man’s name was Silvio Berlusconi, and he was announcing that he was, in his words, “taking the field”. The first reaction was derision. Opposition politicians saw his political project (the formation of a “movement” called Forza Italia – Go for it, Italy – just months ahead of a crucial general election) as a joke. Some claimed a stocking had been put over the camera to soften the impact of Berlusconi’s face.

But Forza Italia soon became the biggest “party”. In the…

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Stranger danger! Little girl pulls away from Trump when he tries to kiss her on the lips at a rally

Donald Trump held up a little girl at his campaign rally in Wisconsin and before setting her down he awkwardly tried to kiss her on the lips. Why? Who in the hell knows, but the little girl pulled away before he could land his Tic Tac-encrusted mouth hole near her lips.

Another awkward encounter. Why does he awkwardly try to kiss everyone? Boundaries, dude!

Source: Stranger danger! Little girl pulls away from Trump when he tries to kiss her on the lips at a rally