Ealing vicarage rape victim Jill Saward dies

Jan 5, 2017 by

from BBC News: A woman who became a sexual assault campaigner after she was raped during a burglary at her father’s vicarage has died after suffering a stroke. Jill Saward, then 21, was sexually assaulted by two men in Ealing, west London, in 1986. Her father Michael, and her boyfriend were severely beaten. At the end of the trial of her rapists, the judge said her trauma “had not been so great”, sparking outrage. Ms Saward was the first rape victim in the UK to waive her...

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C of E revisionists use the BBC and the South African church to continue campaign

Dec 12, 2016 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. Last Sunday an Oxford-based Anglican priest used a BBC radio programme (here, start at 23.25) to talk about Christian sexual ethics in the South African context. The Church’s continued adherence to the idea that faithful heterosexual marriage is the only correct place for a sexual relationship is harming young people, we were told. “Why should the church, in this day and age, be punishing people for wanting to love?” Of course the mini-documentary was...

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Germany’s Migrant Rape Crisis: Where is the Public Outrage?

Oct 26, 2016 by

by Soeren Kern, Gatestone Institute: A group of Serbian teenagers in the northern German city of Hamburg were handed suspended sentences for gang-raping a 14-year-old girl and leaving her for dead in sub-zero temperatures. The judge said that although “the penalties may seem mild to the public,” the teens had all made confessions, appeared remorseful and longer posed a danger to society. The October 24 ruling, which effectively allowed the rapists to walk free, provoked a rare...

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Is British society in the throes of a mass sexual hysteria?

Aug 10, 2016 by

by Kathy Gyngell, MercatorNet: The latest news to confront us is that we have all been subject to sexual abuse in our childhoods. We are all ‘victims and survivors’ now. I exaggerate, but still the new received wisdom is that half a million women were victims of rape or attempted rape when they were children – and a staggering one in ten women claim to have suffered child sex abuse, when other types of ‘sexual assault’ (for example, unwanted touching or indecent exposure) are...

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Why Isn’t Sexual Slavery a Feminist Priority?

Jul 14, 2016 by

by Keiran Harris, Quillette: That Nadia Murad’s #StandforYazidiWomen campaign hasn’t captured the attention of Western feminists is an appalling oversight. Some of the most popular feminist topics on Twitter last year included equality for public nudity, sexism in the tech industry, and racial diversity for Oscar nominations. Yet the topic of global sexual slavery brings a scarcely believable absence of attention. The Yazidis, viewed as devil worshippers by their captors, were overrun by ISIS...

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Leaked German police report confirms surge in child rapes by migrants in swimming pools

Jul 5, 2016 by

by Allan Hall and Gareth Davies, Mailonline: A leaked report into a surge in sex crimes by immigrants at German public swimming pools is a ‘grave concern’, according to officials. The secret report’s authenticity has been confirmed by the authorities in Dusseldorf which outlines the particular worry over rapes and sexual abuse of children. It comes just months after the nightmare scenes in Cologne on New Year’s Eve when hundreds of women were sexually abused by...

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