Not understanding the law

The Guardian, where else?

Forget consent forms, the burden of proof should never fall on rape victims

It's not necessary to read any of the article at all. That headline sums up the woke feminist tosspottery contained therein, quite completely

In law, the burden of proof is on the accuser. If a woman cries rape, but does not have to prove that it happened, that only leaves the accused man to prove that it didn't, which is the complete opposite of how the law works, and quite rightly so

Rape is no different


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