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no means no

“I was raped last year in my best friends house, by someone id known for a while, i had been drinking and had passed out on the bathroom floor, i woke up to this man raping me... I believed it was partly my fault to begin with, because i was drunk but now i dont, no means no and no man has…”
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Author: hannah, Female scotland
Date: 29/06/10
Category: Drink
Replies: 1

People with too much time on their hands

“I am sorry, perhaps I am not the rape kind of guy, but I think this campaign is a bad joke. I can not quite imagine those situations this web page is talking about. The questions posed here seem rhetorical to me. There are laws (yes even in the UK) under which people (men basically)…”
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Author: Bartender, Male Anywhere
Date: 29/06/10
Category: Campaign reaction
Replies: 5

She's asking for it! As if!

“It is absolutely ridiculous to blame someone for being raped due to what they were wearing at the time. People should be allowed to wear what they want and when they want without fear of being assaulted. It's about time we started to challenge why we blame the victim rather than the…”
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Author: Faye Wilson, Female Buckie, Scotland
Date: 29/06/10
Category: Dress
Replies: 0

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“Rape seems to be the only crime where it's seen as ok to put the victim on trial.”

Natasha, Female from Glasgow

“Short skirts don't cause rape. Rapists cause rape”

Joss, Female from Connecticut

“About time something like this was shown on TV. Hopefully it will make everyone realise there cannot be any excuse for rape - EVER.”

Helzo, Female from Renfrewshire