UK Police Now Deem Staring at Woman’s Breasts a 'Hate Crime.' Yes, Really...
Ever come across something that makes you want to harm yourself repeatedly? Consider this your trigger warning. The following video contains loads of stupidness. It seems that feminists have officially taken over the Nottinghamshire police force in England. The result? Special rules for women that consequently vilify the entire male gender.
We've started recording misogyny as a separate category of hate crime. It's where either a crime or an incident occurs and the victim feels that it's occurred because of their gender (i.e.: the fact that they're a woman). Staring at breasts isn't a crime, per say, but it's an offense... And it's one that we can, in the right circumstances, deal with the offender, report them for summons, and take them to court.
No, that wasn't a scene from feminist-fantasy Ghostbusters. It's a real thing that's happening in the UK. That lady captain isn't an actress. By the way, think they have a special hate crime category for "misandry"?
The problem here comes down to provability and the nature of the "offense" itself. It's difficult to prove or disprove that said pervy staring took place. Let's not forget that men have rights too. Like, say, the right to not be dragged to court over a false accusation... Which happens all the time (read South Carolina Woman Prosecuted for Lying About a Fake Rape). Also, we're talking about dragging someone to court for STARING. AT. BEWBS.
For the record, a dude eyeballing your bosom for way longer than normal? Pervy, yes. Criminal activity? Not so. You have the right to put your eyes anywhere you please. Women have the right to think you a basement dwelling creepoid for it. No harm, no foul. See how that works?
This is what happens when you put social justice warriors in charge of the law. They screw things up. In this case, they're trying to manipulate the legal system so that men can't get away with bewb ogling. Mind you, there's a difference between an inappropriate glance and full on sexual harassment. Or assault, for that matter. But feminists? They can't tell the difference between the two (see Feminists: Calling Your Daughter 'Princess' Supports Rape Culture).
Sorry ladies, mere discomfort does not qualify you to legal victim status. Otherwise I'd be dialing 911 every time I saw a scantily clad magazine cover of Amy Schumer.
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