No one's ever complained—especially in Newfoundland—that they didn't want their photos online. I don't know the law side of it, but let me tell you this; the next day when they wake up, no one's complaining about it. Which is, by the way, a traumatic response to conditions that are out of your control. Why do so many feel this incessant need to blame the victims of such awful assaults? In reference to your 2 party consent law The Paris we saw on television was staged for the cameras, as the program played into what we thought she was like:
Rehtaeh Parsons: Nova Scotia Girl Raped, Bullied, And Commits Suicide
Parsons was 15 at the time of her rape and fell into a deep depression after the event that was never addressed. Her boyfriend recorded her bed-life on video tapes and spread those tapes to the public on purpose. He said that wrongfully blamed the victims. So I think everything's a little tense right now. Non-profit Ocearch is more interested in tweeting than science, claims Canada Research Chair in fisheries ecology.
See that's the thing, everyone reads into the things that apply to them. Thanks for this informative post. Email required Address never made public. It matters that none of the 4 rapists will do time for their crime. No one's reading into the Holocaust jokes, the Mexican jokes, the black jokes, the Jew jokes, the fat jokes.
I am not, I am not disagreeing. This is really unacceptable and unforgivable. I don't have any on hand with me. I think you're forgetting the primitive nature of fun. Founder little nudge and author of love in 89 days and message. And I have blogged for Feminispire, Ms.