The point is that she had accused someone of sexual assault - if he had been found guilty before becoming the face of Rape in Parliament, then I would have been fully supportive. It seemed as though she wanted him tried in the media. Grace Tame gave her credibility that she wouldn't have had ordinarily. The pressure in the media led the Prime Minister to apologise.All before a trial.Interesting choice of words.
You mean she sought the company and mutual support of an advocate for survivors of sexual assault?
How very unwomanly of her.
Flaunting her objections to being raped. Shocking.
Maybe if the onus of proof wasn't held with a heavy shroud of slander on the victim, it might help.
The real person at fault is that juror who felt that she or he had to bring their own research about women lying about rape into the jury room. WHY would a juror feel the need to research this?
perhaps because it's a popular theme? who knows?