...brings a lot of comment about planned legislation to make it easier for women to allege rape. Apparently there is a plan to make it legally neccessary obtain evidence of full consent before sexual activity commences. There are all sorts of obvious flaws to this scheme, and all sorts commentators are pointing these out. But one commentator today starts her full-page analysis in the Daily Mail with the chatty statement that "We've all done it..." referring to meeting some one casually - perhaps sharing a taxi and getting chatting, or whatever - and then engaging in sexual activity. Apparently we are meant to assume that it's an absolutely normal thing to do and that afterwards, one has a bath and perhaps a bit of a weep with a girlfriend while chatting it over, and that's that. Uh??? Does she really, honestly think that's how most women behave? Or are we all meant to pretend that we do?
What a very odd country we now inhabit.