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Leftist Politician Raped by Somali Immigrant, Feels Guilty that Rapist was Deported

This article is part of the ‘Suicidal Leftist’ series, demonstrating how holding Left wing views is damaging to your physical and mental health. 

Karsten Nordal Hauken, a Norwegian politician and self-described socialist, feminist and anti-racist, was brutally raped by a Muslim Somali immigrant.

Instead of feeling a natural rage at the perpetrator, and at his government for letting the man into the country, he feels guilty that the rapist was deported at the end of his prison sentence.

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How To Avoid A False Rape Allegation (UK)

The true extent of false rape allegations is unknown. Many accusations are not reported to the police, many do not go to court due to lack of evidence and many are withdrawn without judgment on whether they were deliberately fallacious.

But make no mistake – a false rape allegation can ruin your life and your family’s life. A few weeks ago a mother killed herself on the anniversary of her’s sons suicide after he was falsely accused of rape.

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Why You Should Avoid Fake Men’s Sites like JOE.co.uk

JOE.co.uk is a new male-focused website self described as the ‘Voice of British Men’ with the aim of ‘giving men something better than what we’ve been used to over the past few years of online publishing.’

Sounds good right? A new website for British men, discussing men’s issues and helping men become the best versions of themselves.

Wrong. This site is a fake. The writers have no idea what they’re doing and should not be giving advice to young men.

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Wolf Whistling Is Now A ‘Hate Crime’ in the UK

Yesterday The Telegraph reported that Nottinghamshire Police Force has become the first in Britain to ‘recognise misogyny as a hate crime’.

The police force is recording incidents such as ‘wolf whistling, street harassment, verbal abuse and taking photographs without consent within the hate crime definition.’

There has been quite a lot of confusion in the press and the blogosphere about what this actually means. Here’s my take on it.

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