What I do find quite strange and frustrating is the lack of public information about the quality of air.
Last week Ched Evans, the leading goalscorer for Championship aspirants Sheffield United, was convicted of the rape of a 19-year old woman: a crime for which he received a five-year prison sentence. Evans’ friend, his team-mate Clayton McDonald, had brought the woman back to a hotel with him: McDonald had sexual intercourse with her, after which Evans did so. It was ruled that the woman was too drunk to have given Evans consent. McDonald was acquitted of the same charge.
One of the most shocking statistics to come out of a recent Mumsnet survey on rape was the astonishing number of victims who felt that society viewed them in a negative light.
Last week’s Twitter spat between ‘Dragon’s Den’ star Duncan Bannatyne and website Mumsnet over whether 13 year old girls should be allowed to undergo waxing treatments in his health spas was the latest in a long line of unedifying instances of otherwise normal adults displaying an unhealthy interest in young girls’ bodies.
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