Re: 'Shy and awkward’ student, 19, who googled 'how to make a friend' then touched a schoolgirl, 17, on her arm and waist while trying to chat to her faces JAIL after sex assault conviction
The victim burst into tears during the second encounter and went to police with her mother, claiming Griffiths 'would have touched her breast had she not moved away'.
Oh god it must be so traumatizing that he wanted to be her friend. Yes she's definitely the victim here.
Fucking scum. America, Australia and India are shitholes thanks to the UK and its disgusting culture.
why are we wasting police and court time on this nonsense?
B/c a major part of the feminist agenda is to criminalize the very existence of heterosexual men.
I pray for all the shy and awkward young men in school and higher education. As if getting harassed, ridiculed and assaulted isn't enough on their plate to deal with.
This society can get fucked.
It's honestly an untenable situation. Flirting and courting requires some degree of physical contact in modern/Western societies, and as long as women refuse to initiate things (which by and large is the case) you're REALLY rolling the dice if you dare to make an advance.
Well they've raised it from untenable to IMPOSSIBLE with this Metoo culture of instant justice based on accusation alone.
God help these young men. God help them all for having no choice but to live in this awful world. Might as well just stay shut-ins for the rest of their lives at home rather then stay shut-ins in a jail cell.
r/MGTOW is not without merit. I just take issue with the rampant misogyny over there, as well as the not infrequent racism.
We can think of no motivation for you to touch the victim other than sexual
This part of the quote is even worse. What a stupid assumption. Heterosexual guys touch other guys all the time. It's part of natural human interaction. We are not moving toward an age of enlightenment, we are moving towards the dark ages of human interaction, and in the end it will hurt women the most, as they will be treated as though they have lepers by 50% of the population.
'It was quite a while - three to five seconds. He smirked at me, he didn't stop he just touched me and walked off and I broke down crying - it was quite traumatic.
'I struggled for a couple of months afterwards, I was applying for Oxford at the time and I found going to Oxford a stressful thing.
How are we supposed to take this person seriously. a guy smiles at her and touched her arm, and now she's got PTSD and can't go to school?
I don't think we should be holding people accountable for other peoples mental illness.
Feminism teaches girls to live in perpetual irrational fear. There's a tiny little helpful sexual instinct in women that causes them to be cautious. Feminist propaganda fans this spark into a raging inferno and then teaches girls that it's totally legitimate to project their irrational internal feeling on others as though it's real. They jump at every shadow and are afraid of everyone. Their lives are a prison built by ideological brainwashing saying shit like "I can't even go out after dark alone!".
None of it is true. No studies or statistics back up any of it. In fact, it's quite the opposite. There is no safer identity in all of society than 'young woman'. Sexual violence against women is almost never instigated by a stranger, and women really don't face much violence at all in any context compared to men.
Glad to see this dudes will have to register as a sex offender and rot in jail for the heinous crime of touching a paranoid delusional girl on the arm. /s Touched her on the fucking arm... Students today are weak shit.