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Is this what a rapist looks like?


If you’re invited to a sexual consent class does this imply that you don’t know what rape is? One student felt that it did, sparking a heated online debate by posting a picture with himself holding a sign saying “this is not what a rapist looks like”. We knew people were worried about "rape culture", but now some people are worried about "consent culture" too. Scenes of Reason made things simple.

The Consent Class Debate: Decoded

China; apparently the UK's new BFF


The UK has been schmoozing China this week. The Chinese President received a royal welcome as Britain claimed to be their best pal in the West.


Why? Because we want Chinese investment, of course. However, does this mean we should ignore China’s record on human rights?

Why is the UK suddenly getting cosy with China?

Don't be hatin'

The Brits on buses have a lot to answer for this week, as we saw two highly controversial "hate crimes" being carried out.


What exactly is a hate crime? Is it restricted to just verbal abuse and what is the punishment? In any case the number of hate crimes in the UK is on the rise. Time for some explaining;

Murder Vs. Manslaughter

Blade Runner

This week Olympic runner Oscar Pistorius was released from jail into house arrest after less than a year behind bars.

Pistorius was found guilty of killing his partner Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine’s Day 2013.

Why the early release? Because he was found guilty of culpable homicide; not murder.

Why “Culpable Homicide” meant Oscar Pistorius got house arrest, not prison

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