Canadian Rape Case Is A Celebration Of Victim-Blaming

In 2006, a Canadian man forced a woman he had met at a bar in Manitoba to have sex with him, and he was charged with rape.
During his trial, his attorneys insisted that he thought that sexual consent was implied, and a judge ruled that what the defendant did was technically rape, but it wasn't rape-rape because the… » 11/01/11 2:20pm 11/01/11 2:20pm

Judge Gives Rapist No Jail Time Because Victim Was "Inviting"

In a revolting decision, a Canadian judge gave a convicted rapist a two-year conditional sentence with no jail time because the crime took place under "inviting circumstances" and the victim was wearing a revealing outfit. » 2/24/11 9:49pm 2/24/11 9:49pm