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“This current advertising campaign appears to contextualise any male attention (however boorish) to the female form as tantamount to rape. I appreciate that any form of sexual abuse is utterly unacceptable; but would have thought that "Some guys have serious issues and should be avoided" would be a more apt advertising slogan. I would rather not be tarred by the same (very broad) brush.

I don't know is more to blame, FHM or Andrea Dworkin.”

Author: Neil, Male Glasgow
Date: 09/08/10

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“This isn't about you Neil.

This is about the historical institutional endorsement of sexual violence against women's bodies, or 'form' as you put it.

Everyone has a part to play in opposing this - perhaps you could spend less time on the delusion that you are misrepresented on a TV commercial and more energy on the reality of the message it conveys.”

Author: Kari, Female Scotland
Date: 16/08/10

“This is focusing on the myths of rape, not that men are interested in raping someone because they show them attention.”

Author: Liam, Male London
Date: 12/04/11

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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

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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.”

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