‘Blackout drunk is not rape’: What alleged victim was told by prosecutors after ‘attack by university football player’ – Mirror Online


This is outrageous and shows North Carolina do not respect women. In committing to a sexual act all parties need to consent before  and during the action, by being blackout drunk there was no capacity to provide consent either before or during the action.  The authorities who provided this disgraceful decision should themselves be prosecuted for not showing respect and for a acting against the Human Rights of the lady concerned.

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Delaney Robinson, 19, says she has been forced to file charges against Allen Artis herself after authorities failed to act

Source: ‘Blackout drunk is not rape’: What alleged victim was told by prosecutors after ‘attack by university football player’ – Mirror Online

Student with dwarfism creating animation to tackle social prejudice, body-shaming and ‘heightism’ | DisabledGo News and Blog


A student with dwarfism is creating an animation to tackle the social prejudice and unwanted physical and verbal attention he gets because of his height. Chris Amor, from St John’s, Worcester, is working on the short film Living Jokes which he hopes to show at festivals and could be used by disability charities. Last August, Mr Amor appeared in the Worcester News asking people to stop treating him and others with dwarfism as “freak shows”. Initially, the article had a positive response and he noticed a change in attitudes towards him. But slowly the harassment began to escalate again to the point where it caused the 27-year-old to change his shifts at a city centre bar so he no longer works nights. Mr Amor, who is about four foot ten, said: “Things got a bit better and things seemed to ease but then before Christmas I had to stop night shifts. “I was getting more horrible remarks and other things – people being more physical and taking pictures which I was worried they would put on

Source: Student with dwarfism creating animation to tackle social prejudice, body-shaming and ‘heightism’ | DisabledGo News and Blog