In Manchester, UK, according to the Guardian, Gayle Newland will hear her fate, for a second time, on July 20th. She posed as a man, Kye Fortune, to seduce a woman through an on-line scam. Ironically, she was also friends with the woman, who knew her as a female, not as her male alter-ego. A second jury returned a guilty verdict on June 29th.
Gayle Newland, convicted of rape by deception in Canberra, Australia, was sentenced to 8 years in prison yesterday. The Judge, Roger Dutton, grossly overstepped the bounds of rational judgement to impose harsh retaliation, not justice. Newland is a lesbian. Dutton’s sentence is more severe than those he leveled on pedophiles. Continue reading What’s appropriate sentencing for rape by deception? Not the Gayle Newland case!
Gayle Newland- Kye Fortune and Rape by Fraud
Twenty-five year old Gayle Newland of Willaston, Cheshire UK, will be sentenced in November for three sexual assault charges. She created a catphish profile of Kye Fortune, a young man who’d undergone serious medical treatments that had disfigured his body. “He” requested that his victim, a woman who’d engaged in a two Continue reading It’s Not a Crime to be Gullible
Why is it important to explain the relationship between sexual assault and rape?
Opponents of feminism attempt to minimize the wide-spread occurrence of the crime, by manipulating the definition and diminishing the potency of the behavior. Here’s one very clear example: Feminism Is a Fraud by Mike Oelke.
In order to clarify, I’d like to peel away the layers of social prejudice with which we classify men and Continue reading Sexual Assault or Rape? Defining the Crime