40 Burst results for "rape"

Fresh update on "rape" discussed on Howie Carr

Howie Carr

00:38 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rape" discussed on Howie Carr

"Has revealed the name of a suspect in a rape case. That's more than 25 years old. Back in 1990 for a woman was pulled from the street in Attleboro by three men and violently raped by one of them. The Bristol County District attorney's office recently retested the rape kit and uploaded the results to a national database system. A nationwide arrest warrant has just been issued for 46 year old Eduardo Mendez. It's part of D a Thomas quince effort to investigate cold cases. New Bedford Commission on Police Department use of force policies is still accepting public input and in a statement issued today said they plan a second public hearing but did not say when. Their first public forum was August 26th on zoom. The commission, chaired by Councillor Brian Gomez, has been holding meetings that are not open to the public. The commission's job is to make recommendations to Mayor John Mitchell, who has committed to the Obama Foundation mayor's pledged to review Police Department use of force policies in the city. In the Boston area. Mbita officials are investigating a fatal accident that happened this morning at the Charlestown bus Yard. Authorities say that a bus driver was taken to the hospital after the incident and then died. So far, State transportation officials are not releasing much information about what happened. On Beacon Hill Today, the House of Representatives observed a moment of silence to honor the life and work of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at the age of 87. Governor Charlie Baker over the weekend, said that RBG was a force of nature and that her incredible career and life's work, bettered our nation and served as an inspiration to us All. Baker, a Republican, has called for putting off any Senate vote on her replacement until after the November 3rd election. President Trump this morning, said he plans to nominate somebody by the end of the week. If you're heading to the beaches, take note rip currents and high surfer expected for the next couple of days in the South Coast region. In sports. The Red Sox have a day off and tomorrow they're home against the Orioles in a three game stand at Fenway, the Celtics are.

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‘That 70s Show’ Star Danny Masterson Appears In Los Angeles Court On Rape Charges

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

‘That 70s Show’ Star Danny Masterson Appears In Los Angeles Court On Rape Charges

"Masterson appeared in the Los Angeles courtroom when charges he raped three women. Masterson did not interrupt plea. He was ordered to return to court on October 19th for arraignment. He's charged with raping three women at his Hollywood hills home between 2001 and 2003. The actor is known for roles in that seventies show and the ranch shortly after the charges were announced, his attorney said. Obviously, Mr Masterson and his wife are in complete shock, considering that these are nearly 20 year old allegations, and they're suddenly resulting in charge is being filed. But they and their family or comforted knowing that ultimately the truth will come out. He was arrested in June and released after a few hours on a bond of $3.3 million. If he is convicted as charge he could face up to 45 years to life in state prison. Mark Austin

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Fresh update on "rape" discussed on Verified

Verified

01:06 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rape" discussed on Verified

"If I, could say anything to the world. At this moment, I'd like to ask those listening please listen to this podcast, not just for the indulgence of true crime content, but to listen to it and learn from what we are saying and from our story. Please do not view this as another quote unquote tragedy that hits breaking news over the course of couple weeks and his later forgotten. please. Listen to this and understand your real people that these things happen all the time and it is. Common for Monsters Make Leo to commit such crimes, which most of the time they ended up getting away with. please. Listen to this and understand what is wrong with the justice systems all over the world and how we must pressure the policymakers in world leaders to keep her community safer and to help us win fights like these. Please listen to this and understand the difference between punitive and restorative justice and how societies really need to implement both. And to the leaders of the world out there who might be listening who are you really fighting for? If I were your daughter or to the women. If you were me, I'm sure things would pan out completely different. I'm sure you take this complete violation of a human rate that you so call stand for in treated differently. So listen to our story a know that it is very real and we are still suffering and by suffering iming living with PTSD, every day living in hell with flashbacks and nightmares of the drugging and rape living on edge by the triggering touch from a hand somewhere our body remembers it being touched with such force that it brings disgusting butterflies our stomachs once more. I mentally ill from what made Leo has done to me my best friend and the other girls and by ill I mean being hospitalized for suicidal ideation and paranoia. Our parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, friends, boyfriends, and girlfriends. Now have a distorted view of the world because of make, Lille? Some even have a distorted view on us. I have painfully felt the week stairs others give me when they find out what has happened. The dirtiness I once felt for years of my life. The impact it had on my intimate relationships and the impact it had on my own self compassion and self esteem. To think within years, this man will be released and will be given a second chance to life. Is Unbearable. Because all of us all those who have been victimized. We will still be fighting to create that life for ourselves. The one where life isn't so hard after the rate. Healing has not come easy for lean but one way that she has been able to move forward is by speaking out about trauma and mental health on her youtube channel. She's also teamed up with Kate the woman from Montana who shared her search for justice throughout the podcast. Kate has used this experience as a catalyst for her art her writing. and to come up with ways to empower survivors. Hi Everyone. This is kate certainly after returning from Italy last summer when the verdict was released, it was really hard to come back to quote unquote. Normal life. Experiencing. That verdict was for me the start of a new path in my life. Where I realized. How much power we as survivors do we as women do have and? That realization came back with me from Italy and it has lingered ever since and manifested really in a lot of different ways. So for one thing. I have finished the third draft of my memoir which details this experience from a lot of different perspectives I feel that there's so much more to this than just the legal aspect. Certainly, the legal aspect was a huge triumph, but I've also wanted to document the various aspects of what it was like to linger in silence for so long and to experience this pivotal.

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Social media censorship in Egypt targets women on TikTok

The Takeaway

06:27 min | 3 d ago

Social media censorship in Egypt targets women on TikTok

"Has its sights on tick talk. It's cracking down on users arresting and charging a group of women with a range of tic tac enabled crimes from harming family values to inciting prostitution. Reporter Jod reporter Dad, Kaleel has our story. At least nine women have been arrested for their tic tac videos. But if you look through their accounts, it's hard to see why. And focus most ofit here. There's Henning has, um, talking about the story of Venus and Adonis and Adela doing what social Media influencers do Giveaway iPhones life living room doing, But mostly the accounts of the Egyptian women who's been arrested and jailed are full of dancing to Arabic pop songs in that tic tac style feet, planted emoting with your eyebrows and gesticulating. What they're doing is basically what everyone as 1000 social media, just singing and dancing and Andi thing and nothing as if you would dance. In Egyptian wedding. For example, some of Husaini is with the International Service for Human Rights based in Geneva, Switzerland. She says. What distinguishes this group of Egyptians is that they're from working class or middle class backgrounds and that their women or girls, you have social media influencers who come for a teeth, backgrounds or upper middle class or rich classes and injured who would post the same type of content. But would not be targeted because that is sort of permitted within their social class. But why these women are working class women they and they have stepped out of what is permitted for them because they were dancing and singing on tech talk. They were charged under a cyber crime law passed in 2018 Yes, Mean Omar, A researcher at the top here Institute for Middle East Policy in Washington, says that the law is vague when it comes to defining what's legal. And what isn't. It was written using very broad terms that could be very widely interpreted and criminalizing a lot of acts that are Originally considered as personal freedom. Looking at it. You would see that anything you might post on social media. Anything that you may use, the Internet could be criminalized under this very wide umbrella. Egypt cybercrime laws, part of a larger effort by the government to increase surveillance of online activities as Tic TAC became more popular during the pandemic. Prosecutors started looking there too, says Omar. The state is simply arresting whoever says anything that criticizes its policy its laws. It's practices, even if it's just joking. It's not even allowed. But this isn't just about political dissent. Yes, mean Omar points. In the case of mental Abdel Aziz, a 17 year old. One day men made a live video on Facebook. She had her face awfully bruised, and she was stating that she was raped. And she was asking for help. The police asked me to come in. When she did, Omar says they looked at her tech talk account and decided she was inciting debauchery and harming family values in Egypt. Over the summer, There was a series of rape and sexual assault accusations by Egyptian women. They got a lot of attention. One case was against a group of well connected men. Women in Egypt were shocked but not surprised by what they were seeing online, says someone who's Amy in Egypt. Sexual violence on violence in this woman is systematic is part ofthe daily life off of women and to be sexually harass women are often discouraged from reporting sexual harassment in Egypt. So when prosecutors started investigating the accused in that high profile case, it looked like a real progress. The state run National Council for Women even encourage victims and witnesses to come forward. Oh, yes mean, Omar says it did not go well. Somehow, the prosecution decided to a charge the witnesses once again. Egyptian authorities looked at women's social media accounts and then investigated the women for promoting homosexuality, drug use, inciting debauchery and publishing false news. Omar says one of the witnesses who was arrested is an American citizen. All these information were used against them and then pro state media how let's wait in. Husseini says that when they profile the women in the TIC tac case, the message was clear. You have the Egyptian me they're basically, you know, really sensational headlines, Putting the photos off the women Not not not blurred using, you know, focus that have sex it Ian, for example, while using their names, publishing the investigations that are supposed to be confidential. Social media has played an important role in Egyptian politics. In 2011 crowds toppled the regime of military dictator Hosni Mubarak. That uprising was in part organized online with Twitter and Facebook. In 2018, the former Army general and current President, Abdel Fattah el Sisi swore he would maintain stability in Egypt must You said whatever happened in 2011 is never going to happen again. Samir Shehadeh of the University of Oklahoma, says Egypt's military backed regime is wary of the implications of anything posted online, even if its just dancing I think there has been heightened paranoia as a result of hysteria, in fact, by subsequent regimes, particularly the current regime, the Sisi regime About the possible political consequences of social media. And there's a tremendous amount of policing a Facebook and other types of social media and now tic tac. Although this is not apparently an overtly political, I think that they certainly have those kinds of concerns in the back of their mind as well. Of the nine women, Four have been convicted and three have appeals in October. Menon Abdelaziz, the 17 year old, who called for help online was just released from detainment Wednesday and is being dismissed with no charges. For the world. I'm Jagga Khalil.

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Fresh update on "rape" discussed on Big Al and JoJo

Big Al and JoJo

00:25 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rape" discussed on Big Al and JoJo

"Make a case for the rescue. The prosecutor felt like the prosecutor was Wizards as a defense is always going to say. If there's DNA, it's he said, she said, or vice versa. We have reviewed case files where Only the victims interviewed suspect was never interviewed. I'm not going to sit here and allow you to act like my detectives are not thoroughly investigating cases. The results of a year long look at how rape cases are investigated in Louisville, Kentucky, by most people accused of rape will never face any consequences. They won't be convicted or even arrested, and the authorities will probably close the case anyway. It's.

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Actor Masterson denies and denounces rape charges

The John Phillips Show

00:22 sec | 3 d ago

Actor Masterson denies and denounces rape charges

"Facing rape charges. Actor Danny Masterson made an appearance in a Los Angeles court today but did not entry plea. A judge ordered him to return for an October 19th arraignment. The actor best known for that seventies show is accused of raping three women between 2000 won in 2003. He was charged and arrested back in June on three counts of forcible rape. The 44 year old denies the allegations

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Fresh update on "rape" discussed on Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

00:44 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rape" discussed on Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

"You, uh, not doing enough thinking here. Elevate your thinking. You know for for 89 to 2703, and this was coming from One who looked to be well until six. You know, I said, Look, man, Yeah, he got no bigger friend and may now Like a woman does have a right to choose if that's gonna be your similarly issue. As it was justice. Ginsberg. I don't believe a bunch of white men. Who come from a people who had a history of rape in black woman. You know women in general. Should be telling you what you could do. With your wound. That's between you and your God. Get it. But that's been my long held belief. But for for a night to 2703 year, But it is upset. Trump is going to appoint somebody well. We'll come back out to you. What I think is gonna happen. And, ah, why I think is gonna happen. And then you could either cry Rivoli, the Keep it moving one with other look, don't go into place. We've got to take a break. We'll be back in a moment is too much truth. Where? Derek Bozeman on New Zintan 13 80 W Okay. Hold steady right back with too much truth can handle.

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Disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein stripped of UK honor

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein stripped of UK honor

"More yet another accolade gone for disgraced movie mogul Weinstein now serving a long prison sentence in New York after his rape conviction earlier this year. The award, which had been yanked was an honorary CB or honorary commander of the Order of the British Empire. It was given to him back in 2000 for for his contribution to the British film industry. Although rare czar Jonah's can be withdrawn if a person brings it into disrepute. Tom Rivers, ABC News, London and Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston

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Fresh "rape" from Eddie and Rocky

Eddie and Rocky

00:34 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh "rape" from Eddie and Rocky

"And go between the cut in the hill and Dixie Highway North Bound your heavy to 75 to 12th and Pike, then between the lateral and Ronald Reagan. In a crowd on North Bound 71, now between the lateral and Stuart I'm Rob Williams News radio 700 WLW, now the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 WLW ties another mid seventies this afternoon, sunshine continues and humidity. Can't even tell it's out there. So it's another great looking date. Tonight. It's clear and cold again, down to 47 degrees, and tomorrow we'll end up right back into the mid seventies. The sky still mostly sunny and it's yet another dry forecast from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark news radio 700 wlw right are showing a sunny sky are temperature 77 degrees and covering township man is charged with sexually assaulting multiple young Children. It's a shocking indictment. 23 counts of rape and other sex crimes against Children under 10 Hamilton County, charging Nicholas Howl, a 36 year old man who's accused of sexual abuse against Children who were friends of the family. Prosecutor Jo Dealer says the man would often buy the victim's silence with money or gift cards. One of the Children confided in a trusted adult who called coloring township police if convicted, howl faces multiple mandatory life sentences and lifetime sex offender status. Hi Sandy Collins News radio 700 WLW. A woman has been arrested after a man was shot and killed in Korean township Sunday night. Police say that if it be granted said it had gotten into an argument with the victim, Antonio Thomas. And allegedly shot him several times. Thomas would die after being taken to UC Medical Center. Grant is expected to be charged with murder when she appears in court tomorrow. President Trump Making two stops in Ohio Today, The first will be in the Dayton area as he holds a rally it right Brothers Arrow in Van Dalia at 4 30. Later tonight, he will be in Swanson to hold a rally in the Grand heir hangar at Eugene F. Krantz, Toledo Express Airport. Starting at seven news radio 700 WLW SPORTS Here's the Reds of day. Brandon Woodruff will go up against Luis Castillo. Tonight is the Reds and Brewers kicked off a huge three games. Syriza Great American Ballpark, with playoff hopes hanging in the balance. 700 w about obvious coverage begins at 5 40 with the Arno carriers inside Pitch Kelsey Chevrolet extra inning show after the game. Here's the Bangles Update Bangles back at work today. Getting ready for Sunday's road encounter up against the Eagles Get more tonight on Bangles Line, starting at six on ESPN. 15 30 Monday night Football. Saints up against the Raiders in Las.

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Lange Twins Old Vine Zinfandel 2017

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:01 min | 5 d ago

Lange Twins Old Vine Zinfandel 2017

"Cheap. Wine. Dot Com. Review we put on the. CHEAP WINE FINDER DOT com website Levin years, and going strong. And today we have. Wine. Let me grab the bottle of lane twins. State. Older, by Zinfandel. Lodi. LISTSERV fifteen dollars and I found for twelve ninety nine for this is not an expensive why? And the stateline they own. Several vineyards. ONUM. It's all bears and the Lodi Appalachian, which is the Central Valley. Most. Most wind come from the coast central coast to coast. Lodi Clarksburg are a little bit of different they're. there. They're in the river valleys to the San Pablo Bay, which is the northern part of. This is a fairly well, I wanted to state wine. Not, single vineyard state by. The Lang twins are actually identify wins the. Fourth Generation. Family started. Farming in Lodi in the eighteen seventies in their first vineyard and the ninth eighteen sixteen. which is not that unusual. If you look you look into some of these big name Lodi. wineries they go back a hundred hundred and fifty years. Fairly regular basis and while there are wineries, other Appalachians have. Long Histories. Load is everywhere. and. Why is old vines? And there's a wine axioms. Wine Grapes half the struggle. To become. Complex. And best vineyards in the world are some of the worst land. Almost. No nutrients wraps through. No moisture. Justice not. Survive and thrive. Old Vines since they're old and. On their own without having any additions around them. So you KINDA GET A. Rape fine that is doing what you wanted to do. Donna dependent. From where what? Agriculture land is around. Old Lines are. kind of like highly sought after. These low dial binds are from. Before prohibition and they made communion wines. Church. Oceans communion wine. During prohibition. Kept him going and then the white Zimba trades the sixties planted. Zinfandel everywhere I just keep up the craze in those vineyards which are so so back mid day are sixty seven year old vineyards that are kind of. Little, jewel? How is the? State. Just. Kind of. Like about Lodi. There's a dealt with the same. There tends to be a bit of. A BIT OF A. Local resemblance or they're kind of. The kind of the middle I really liked that. Really High in Norman's infant infantile snappers those fast robles. Tend to, be more classic. Like it when you get this rougher edge to not a lottery rough that just just a little bit. That's my favorite. They tend to be less expensive on top of and there's a lot of great simple producers in California. Really great producers in California. Lodi does a for me may not prices usually right I'm gonNA, take a SIP. Tend to be less expensive clean here you get a single vineyard away a state multiyear Weinberg Thirteen. Don't really find that with some of the bigger producers, their winds there. Are More expensive to not only is it a style that I liked? Cheaper and we actually won DOT com. Also. There you go.

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Angela Chen: Asexuality Is Pretty Complex and That's OK

LGBTQ&A

06:27 min | 6 d ago

Angela Chen: Asexuality Is Pretty Complex and That's OK

"The book you do a really incredible job of giving the as sexuality. One one that doesn't necessary without dumbing down or oversimplifying thing I think for me my biggest takeaway sounds obvious in hindsight. Biggest takeaway is how many different ways there are to be a sexual and I hate to say it. But I did not know that it was this umbrella term that encompasses such a broad range of experiences you find a that is a common misconception. It is so common and you know there's part of me that's leg come on everyone it's been a while like we should be caught up. There's this other part of me that is so so synthetic and I. Think. Some of it has to do with language right because a sexual it's not a word someone made up. You know people already have associations with it. So it's just not intuitive that you would call someone who maybe has positive sexual experiences a sexual, right? Just semantic level people are like, what does that mean? So I totally understand why people would not understand. It's an umbrella term would not intuitively know that there's such diverse range of experiences under that but also. I feel like it is time for us to be having that conversation and moving away from about one image of asexuality even for people who think they know what it means they think it means like, Oh, you just don't like sexy repulsed by sex, but it's so much more than that. That's such a great point before reading the book I would've told you that asexual people do not have any desire for sex or romantic relationships and that is the case for. Some, but in no means the entire community. Do you mind just giving us the definition that like we should be thinking of for a sexuality? Absolutely. So the official definition is a sexuality means you don't experience sexual attraction which seems simple enough right but then you have to be like, okay what is sexual attraction and most people think it means, oh, you just are repulsed by Sax you don't WanNa have sex, but sexual attraction is not the only reason to have. Sachs. Example I always use which I, don't love as metaphor, but it was just a food better for it. There's foods that you love and you're attracted to quote unquote there's food repulsed by and there are some food that like they taste fine. But because you associate them with like your best friends in college in like that social senior, there's like an emotional reason while I won't speak for you. I'm an emotional eater, right? So I feel like there's all these wants is there to make it really simple. It's possible to not experience sexual attraction without being repulsed by SAX to be basically sex in different but because there's so many other reasons to have sachs. Emotional reasons like you might be bored or you really love someone or you want to feel attractive desired sexy that can hide for many people donate sexuality, and that's all of these nuances and all of these complexities I think for many people maclear community we first began to discover and understand our sexual orientation through sexual attraction. Only to oversimplify right I'm sexually attracted to men I must be gay without that component. Can you talk about how you spurious attraction and like what you base those feelings on? That something that's really complicated. So one thing with sexuality is that in some ways de orientation is based on what you don't experience. So then you have to kind of explain what is it? You don't, which is beard philosophical question rape. So for me like when I feel attracted someone this romantic sense, it's basically like having a crush on them right like I want to date them like I could see as being romantic partners and I even have an. Aesthetic type you know I always say like do not get me wrong. I have a type it's not like everyone looks the same to me. Some people are hot. Some people are less heart don't get me wrong but there's not like a sexual motivation for it and I think that can be really really hard for people to feel out and understand can be so many nuances and also want to make clear that being a sexual is not the same as. Being a romantic because Saxon. Romance aren't the same right I think most people would agree so many people sexual and they are say Hetero matic or their pan romantic or by romantic, and there are some people who is actual are a romantic thing that they just don't expand traumatic attraction to others the of course, they might love their friends at their family very much. It's so interesting compared to non x people to have to come out of the closet because. We can discuss our sexuality talking about the broader terms, dating relationships, and yet you coming out as half discuss sex sex has to be in the conversation. Does that pose challenges like say parents when you don't want to talk about sex with them? Yeah absolutely. So the funny thing is my parents just don't know the book is about it's funny because if you Google my name like books and come up with into second jewel, it'll stay on the jacket copy. You know in her own experience as actual journalists but I'm just not out to my parents in part because it just it really feels like I'd be talking to them about my sex life in a way that I don't think it would be the case if I were is actual or vice actual for example, and I've talked to other aces about it and they've said the same thing where it feels almost more inappropriate you know like they kind of A. Conservative not hyper conservative but a little bit of a conservative workplace and it feels like if I were to talk about my sexuality, it just seems much. It is not done. There you the way it might be okay to talk about other orientations, right? Because like marriage equality passed for many reasons. But one of them is because we reframed it to be about love and relationships we moved away from sex but for asexuality we don't actually have that option did. It take a while for you to become comfortable with that label for yourself absolutely, and I think in many ways I still feel I still feel some ambivalence about it. You know I like talking to other aces other people the crew community because I feel like I can be more honest. You know there are people who still say sexuality doesn't exist you're just repressed or maybe there's something physically medically wrong with you and because there's so many naysayers of course. There is this pressure to dig your heels in and be like not only my actual I love the sexual twenty, four seven. It's the best thing in the world because you don't want to give them any room to invalidate you right and so I think when I'm with people who are queer or who are as there's more, there's great things about it, and in some ways I've internalized some anti sentiment and sometimes I feel about it. So it's a long process.

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Risk of gender-based violence grows after weather disasters

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 6 d ago

Risk of gender-based violence grows after weather disasters

"When extreme weather strikes the risk of violence within families and communities increases. Women and other commonly marginalized or disenfranchised people are particularly vulnerable. That's Kate Orrin of the International Union for the conservation of nature. Her group studied how gender-based violence increases after natural disasters. After two cyclones in Vanuatu, for example, reports of intimate partner violence rose three hundred percent. In emergency post-disaster situations we know that shelters can be highly dangerous places for women as well as for people who identify as non binary or as part of the LGBTQ. Community She says, similar problems occurred during long-term crises for example, when crops failed during droughts and people go hungry employment and livelihood losses can increase tensions at the household and community levels and also make women more vulnerable, rape, sexual exploitation, and human trafficking. As the climate changes, the risks may increase so. It's important to consider how extreme weather affects gender based violence especially when preparing disaster plans and policies.

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‘A sanctuary state for statutory rape’: Group wants to end child marriage in North Carolina

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:30 sec | Last week

‘A sanctuary state for statutory rape’: Group wants to end child marriage in North Carolina

"On a controversial marriage law in North Carolina. Advocacy groups are calling on North here. Little lawmakers to change state laws that allowed Children is youngest 14 to get married. Jeanne Smoot is with a nonprofit that advocates for women and girls who face violence and persecution. We are now on Lee now really in a position to demonstrate for North Carolina what these laws have meant and what the fallout has been only North Carolina and Alaska allow Children as young as 14. To marry Jim

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Judge hands down death sentence for child rapist

Maggi Tax

00:44 sec | Last week

Judge hands down death sentence for child rapist

"Almost a year after a Hillsborough County jury recommended the death penalty for child killer Granville Richie. A judge has confirmed that sentence. Richie was found guilty in the 2014 rape and murder of nine year old Felicia Williams. In court Friday. Felicia's mother delivered in a Emotional victim impact statement all day. I regret today is there I can not That would be for him to be hung for him to feel my daughter feels over it over and over. Even Judge Michele Cisco had to stop several times to compose herself as she outlined the charges against Richie. She also told the Little girl's mom that she has been asked to bear more than any human being should A death sentence now goes to an appeals court for an automatic review.

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Attorney found dead after rape conviction

Phil Valentine

00:34 sec | Last week

Attorney found dead after rape conviction

"The Murfreesboro attorney, placed on the most wanted list for rape charges last week is dead after TV I says he shot himself when police found him in Mobile, Alabama TB. I says Wayland failed to appear in court last week. His rape charges involved his teenage baby sitter and clients, charges and Irving Whelan's clients stem from an investigation by the T B I that started in February. 2019. Eventually a grand jury returned indictments charging, waving with four counts of rape by fraud to four counts of rape by coercion and one count of promoting prostitution. Can weaver

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Tampa Police: DNA Solved Rape from 2000

AM Tampa Bay

00:31 sec | Last week

Tampa Police: DNA Solved Rape from 2000

"A suspect in a Tampa rape case dating back 20 years has come up with a match resulting in an arrest in 2001. Police tried to stop Antonio rivers for a traffic violation. He ran from police and tried to get rid of a pistol, but he was arrested and the gun was found. He denied being at the woman's home. But a swab of his DNA was sent to the F D l e crime lab, and finally this week it was matched the DNA collected at the crime scene. Rivers was arrested in his charge with sexual battery and armed burglary.

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Age of Calamity Is a Hyrule Warriors Sequel and a Breath of the Wild Prequel

Nintendo Voice Chat

07:06 min | Last week

Age of Calamity Is a Hyrule Warriors Sequel and a Breath of the Wild Prequel

"And welcome to Nintendo voice ITN's Nintendo podcast. I'm your host Casey Freedom in this week I'm joined by Brian Tano. Hey, Lee. Back on that from games come. Hey what's up? Hairstyle. So here. I am also here I'm also here well, I got I got busted I was still working when the show started. So a lot of people will see what I look like when I'm typing emails. I. See. Her. But this week, we will be talking about higher warriors age of calamity, how we really feel about Super Mario Three D all-stars being limited release in ramifications behind that move and of course about how much it costs but I believe the obviously the biggest news this week I mean besides some other big news but we don't really care about that on the show is higher warriors age calamity. Is Coming on November twentieth. Your. Game. I mean in it comes out the day after Cyberpunk I'm not happy about that. Yeah that seems like a mistake. Yeah. So I will I will say that like this was this was a surprise for sure right like this is in a in a year full of things leaking constantly. This was pretty awesome surprised to find that there's essentially a prequel to breadth of the wild coming to Nintendo switch. If, I just defined as that than. Most excited man in the world but this is a game in from tecmo Koei. It is a a warrior style game akin to hurry warriors and viral. Euros is that was called. which is Great. If you wait is it let's get that. Right? Is it heroes the one on the phone or is heroes the one? I ever warriors is the one on on. Okay I see you out there. Firing them sub. Read it. Relax. We got it. Right. Thank you. Thank you for having my back on that one pair your. That's happening. You saw. WanNa drought. Running back if you wanna see pair absolutely roast Brian Yeah No, you totally left me at the dry there. You're know if I ever move on a call Atkins accent come over and helping move and not you because you were not close friends. Resent. It is really difficult to keep the names of the warriors franchise straight right they. They're all of these games are so different in name. Yet they're all part of the warriors. Franchise. Dynasty. High rule yet and Hans maybe the fire emblem game is called find bloom heroes. Okay No, it's warriors. Okay. Let's move on. Somebody offer discord call. I WanNa worry a warriors game. So I from what I've been seeing overall people have been accepting this overall positively I think if this was part of a bigger directs I, think people would have seen the beginning of this thought it was brought to the while to and then been kind of like. Hey. Can I don't know taken by surprise? It's not what they're expecting but because they were upfront, it was a standalone announcement. It's able to kind of shine on its own and not to be in the shadow of what people really really wrong because now it's just a cool bonus. I understand why they did it the way that they did, but I have to say that. Having our Numa start this statement by. We know that people have been waiting for news about breath of the wild for a very long time. It's so cruel what A. Roller coaster of emotions man that was like Oh. My God Oh, I see I see. I, for some reason I did not I was not expecting any news on Zelda and so when he appeared I'm like Cool Zelda pick cross or something right? Like he I instantly when I saw him I somehow instantly knew it was going wasn't going to be the the sequel but I thought they handled the announcement really well, you know they set the set the stage saying it's GonNa be a while until you hear more information about the next game, but here's something to you over and. You know like I played the last Jairo Warriors, fired it up the you know. Yesterday and played a bunch with my daughter and it's like these games are good. We gave them seven Slat think Casey you reviewed one right. So Jose reviewed the original gave it a seven I. reviewed the definitive edition on the switching. Gave it a seven point five for good I know that our scale doesn't. Follow that anymore. But if I had to either up down, I, would honestly probably bump it up to an eight down to a seven. I, think the amount of content in that game is astounding even though it is kind of repetitive I mean it's Musso game for Games, Dynasty Warriors. You're just fighting hordes of enemies, but with highrise finish edition you you got like thirty one characters and right off the bat you had sixteen to choose from, and then on top of that, the story is actually. Even, completely off the wall in bonkers ridiculous. It was still pretty There's a to it and there are a lot of really interesting. man I'm drawing a blank cut scenes that kind of gave more personality to allow the characters and they brought characters from all of the different Zelda game. So I really enjoyed it and on top of that, you got a regular legends. Zelda map to explore where you could. There's a lot to go read the rape. Yeah, it's an. replaying it I. I was struck by how much fun it is. It is fun to just kinda slash these hordes of enemies and like get bigger specials and you know switching between characters unlocking more. There is a there's a lack of the final tweak and finish that Zelda Games known for right like just even the way the camera fields is just super. Janki to me like by default he can tweak a lot in this game, which is great. Right? Like everything just is a little Jane he still. Including the whole like I've mentioned this before it sometimes feels like a Zelda imposture thing you look at the characters saying something is wrong with the way they. Look and all of that but as a silly. Game it works and then case you exactly right. It's like this game is all about volume. It's all about like hordes of enemies and it's all about hordes of rewards like when you finish level, it's almost like this like giant treasure chest monster comes forward and just barth items out it's just like you. Blew. You finish a level has just list after list of these things in you hitting the button to get through all of them right? which is completely different from Zelda game where it's like you find the hook shot and it's like this momentous occasion that's you over the next two hours. Like to me Zelda has always been about I think most people about you know exploration

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AG William Barr defends Justice Department intervention in Trump sexual assault case

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:42 sec | Last week

AG William Barr defends Justice Department intervention in Trump sexual assault case

"Bill Bar today defending the Justice Department's request to shift a defamation lawsuit filed by one of President Trump's sexual misconduct accusers. The federal Court E. Jean Carel claims two decades ago, Donald Trump raped her. The president called her a liar and she filed suit. Bar says the president was acting quote within the scope officials who are elected And answer press questions while they're in office. Even if those questions relate to their personal activity. Aunt could bear upon their personal fitness. Is, in fact, in the course of federal employment Judge will make the final decision. You're listening to ABC News.

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DOJ argues it should represent President Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation suit

Tony and Dwight

00:46 sec | Last week

DOJ argues it should represent President Trump in E. Jean Carroll defamation suit

"President. Trump has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than a dozen women. Now, critics say Bill bars once again acting as the president's attorney, rather than the nation's attorney general, with his move to defend Trump and a Defamation lawsuit filed by an accuser more from ABC senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega. Taxpayers would foot the bill for the government. Defending the president in the suit by author E. Jean Carroll, who says the president raped her more than two decades ago in a dressing room at New York's Bergdorf Goodman's, The move protects the president from any potentially embarrassing disclosures. In court filings, the Department of Justice argues the president was acting within the scope of his job as president when he said Caroline about being raped by him two decades

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Republicans have insufficient evidence to call elections 'rigged'

POLITICO Playbook Audio Briefing

01:30 min | Last week

Republicans have insufficient evidence to call elections 'rigged'

"Ben Ginsberg, the top GOP election lawyer has the top ED today in the Washington Post. He writes Republicans have insufficient evidence to call elections rigged or fraudulent. The Justice Department is seeking to defend trumpeted defamation case by advice columnist Jean Carroll who claims trumped raped her two decades ago post notes that taxpayers could be on the hook for any potential damages. If the US government is allowed to stand in for trump though they write weaning damages against the government, though would be more unlikely than in a suit against trump as the notion of sovereign immunity gives government and its employees brought protection from lawsuits. And The New York Times has the lead of the day with this one. President trump who has vowed exit the pairs agreement on climate change loosened restrictions on toxic air pollution rollback, clean water protections, and removed climate change from list of national security threats stood in front of supporters in Jupiter Florida on Tuesday and declared himself a great environmentalist almost none of this will happen but it's worth a read. Anyway Ben Sasse in the Wall Street Journal with this headline make the Senate. Great again to restore the world's greatest deliberative. Body will need to think big and spoke with Aaron Hill, the Executive Director of Act blue the democratic fundraising Juggernaut in the latest women will podcast. They discussed everything from how Biden is faring in fundraising to Republicans effort to build out a digital money operation, you can listen and subscribe on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

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DOJ moves to defend Trump in defamation lawsuit

AP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | Last week

DOJ moves to defend Trump in defamation lawsuit

"The US Justice Department wants to take over President Trump's defense in a defamation lawsuit from a writer who accused him of rape. Department lawyers asking in New York State court to allow removed to federal court and to substitute the U. S for Trump as the defendant. See, Jean Carroll said. Last year, Trump raped her in a New York luxury department store in the mid nineties. She says his comments, including that she was totally lying to sell a memoir besmirch her

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Myanmar soldiers confess for first time to mass killings, rapings of Rohingya

Marketplace

04:14 min | Last week

Myanmar soldiers confess for first time to mass killings, rapings of Rohingya

"First time members of Myanmar's military have openly confess to slaughtering members of the country's Rohingya Muslim minority to soldiers have admitted to killing dozens of civilians in 2017 and burying them in mass graves. The soldiers deserted the military and are now being held at the International Criminal Court in the Netherlands, one of the man private meal win, Tune said in his video confession. That his superiors told him to shoot all you see, and all you hear, including Children and Amy and get confusing. My general in his actions were part of a scorched earth campaign when Myanmar security forces for some 750,000 Rohingya from their homes into Bangladesh. Matthew Smith from the Thailand based Human Rights group. Fortify Rights has analyzed the video confessions. Matthew these air, really stunning toe Watch. What are the most explosive admissions? We here In these videos? Both of the soldiers in these phoned confession's admit to killing upwards of 180 civilians between the two of them. That's men, women and Children. Both of these soldiers were operational into different areas of northern Rick Kind state at the same time, and the fact that they both were given orders to Qilong Rohingya or exterminate all Rohingya. Essentially they were given orders to commit genocide in the fact that they were in two separate areas at the same time would indicate some coordination at the higher levels of the Myanmar army. There's also the issue of rape and sexual violence, You know, in one village called Jet Jochen, we knew there was a tremendous amount of rape and sexual violence committed by members of military against Rohingya. And one of these soldiers on an intern was operational in jet Yo pin while this rape was taking place, and he confesses to standing guard, while superior officers raped several running a women You've analyzes confessions. We can't independently verify their authentic. Why do you think they're credible? Essentially everything that these two men share in the testimonies can be corroborated or already has been corroborated by Our previous human rights documentation as well as the U. N fact finding mission and others and these two men appeared on the Bangladesh border presented themselves to Bangladesh authorities seeking protection confessing their crimes further. Yeah, That's also an interesting part of the story. How these confessions happen. They just appear together on the border at Bangladesh told their stories offered names and ranks of 19 of their superiors who say they gave the orders for war crimes. That seems like a really risky move on their part. So why did they do it? Do you know what motivated them? I want to believe that they were motivated by a desire for justice by desire for the truth and a desire for the BMR military to be held accountable for its actions. I think it's also noteworthy that both of these soldiers come from ethnic minority groups and for a very long time, we've know that some pretty at times brutal discrimination takes place within the ranks of the medium or military itself. I mean, I think of Aunt Song Suki, Myanmar's most public politician, She's artfully dodged the allegations of genocide. How can the Nobel Peace Prize laureate possibly walk away from this body of testimony? In many ways, her credibility internationally in shot. She has become a mouthpiece in many ways for the Myanmar military. She's doing the work of the military in denying that these atrocities had taken place. The Rohingya that you're in touch with Matthew how they reacted to these confession videos. Many people in the community are very hopeful. Right now. This is a moment that a lot of people for a very long time we're telling the writing of people this would never happen. A lot of people were dashing the hopes of the community saying, You know, The Hague is too far away from me, Amar. The military is immune from this type of accountability. And I think today a many Rohingya have expressed quite a lot of hope for justice and accountability. Think the people that I'm speaking with running in the camps and wrangle were in Yangon right now and elsewhere in various countries in the world? They know this isn't a silver bullet. They know this is not the answer, but they do recognize that this is a tremendous blow to Myanmar's denials.

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2 key Rhode Island coronavirus metrics on the decline

WBZ Afternoon News

00:21 sec | Last week

2 key Rhode Island coronavirus metrics on the decline

"Key indicators of how well Rhode Island is containing the Corona virus are heading in the right direction. A report from Johns Hopkins University researchers Say the seven day rolling average of daily new cases and the seven day rolling average of the positivity rape in Rhode Island both fell over the past two weeks.

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"rape" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"rape" Discussed on 1A

"I'd like to get a sense of what's been achieved since then, particularly this idea of rape culture. This this inability to take these cases seriously, how do you change that culture? Well, one of these have you changed the culture as to training, and we have training here with had training here. And everybody's capturing during a neurobiology of trauma, and what that is is how rape victims we act when they are interviewed. For example. If police officers were interviewing a rape victim away survivor, and they were laughing on or uneasy or not crying or have flat affects they were saying they didn't have it just didn't happen because it didn't get stereotypical view of how they viewed Vishwa should be acting, and when we have trauma, the brain acts differently in different people, and they have different ways, and we start by believing start by, but even that it happened, and we need to treat victims with just as much dignity and with just as much courage just as much sensitivity as we do other victims of violent crime. And so what training that particularly helps resources, of course helps. And so is it a big attitudes shift when it comes to sex? Southern how victims are faded in estimating sorely not. So in their kid on the shelf and not just giving them short shrift when they come in to report about climb. We're speaking to prosecutor Kim worthy in Wayne County, Michigan. I wonder if Tim you would respond to voicemail we got several comments regarding the treatment of rape kits. Here's one message that came to our inbox. This is Cheryl from Utah. I'm a former prosecuting attorney in most rape cases. There is not an issue that the two people involved had sex. The issue is consent processing the rape kits adds nothing to the evidence needed in court in Utah. We are processing many many kids at great expense that add nothing to the evidently record in the case. She will thanks for sharing your thoughts with us Kim. How would you respond to that? Oh my God. That's a prosecuting attorney. Yes. These cases, I I'm sorry. I think that shameful shameful. How can you say that these these kids? Adn nothing and we'll start with the area of consent. When when I raped tennis is processed and often the descendants reaction would be yes. Yes. I I did it, but it was consensual and they do this. When you find that there may be DNA attached and affects the way in officer tweets a case. And sometimes obviously, it affects the way it prosecutor tweets a case. Well, let me just let me just off you this analogy if you have a a murder case and the defendant saying, yes, I did it. But are you gonna stop treating that murder? Case properly are you to stop digging? Are you gonna stop investigating? No, you're gonna turn up every piece of evidence there possibly is. And one about a rape years..

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"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

"Centered care for survivors that Tricia was just telling us about is shockingly recent development. No, really if we jump back to the early nineteen seventies the term sexual harassment didn't even exist. Spousal rape was perfectly legal in most states. Even the word rape was virtually unmentionable. So unmentionable there were practically no standard protocols for evidence collection tailored to sexual violence and abuse. So no wonder that it took a lot of work largely led by a lot of self determined women to start really figuring out the resources and care that survivors of these crimes need and deserve. Because we'd like to think that maybe the departments of health injustice just got together one day forever ago. And we're like, hey, here's a great idea. Let's make sure we don't treat women like garbage when they've been sexually assaulted and maybe investigate rape. Like, you know. A crime. But it an exactly go down. Like them sounds to me like it's time to unpack some claptrap. Unpack the claptrap is a part of the show where we dig through patriarchy's bio hazardous materials to find out in this case, why rape kits are the way they are. And find out where time traveling back to the early nineteen seventies in Chicago. That's where a nonprofit manager and victims advocate named Marty. Goddard set to work on developing the first rape kits. Yeah. Mardi Goddard is basically like the bad ass fairy godmother of rape kits only instead of a magic wand mardi discovered the almost magical power of female rage. It all started in nineteen Seventy-three Marty was working with the nonprofit national runaway switchboard on fundraising and grants. As part of a training. She also answered switchboard calls and soon learned that a lot of young folks were running away to escape sexual abuse mardi was horrified. Even more to discover how little legal recourse, these kids had nobody in law enforcement was documenting. And investing. Getting these crimes in any standardized consistent way. And all that got Marty wondering why the hell victims of sexual violence and abuse weren't getting more attention by the Justice system later that year feminist fate struck a Chicago women's group focused on rape Justice, activism asked Marty to come give talk about how to fundraise after the fundraising spiel mardi decided to stick around partly. Because basically nobody else was talking about that kind of stuff. Not to mention mardi herself was a survivor, and this meeting was so significant for mardi because it really began connecting the dots for her Marty had to know more and soon enough she had hatched a plan. She traveled bunch for work and decided whenever she went to a different city. She'd hit up the local police to do a little gumshoe work. She literally just walk in and ask what's happening in your city and state regarding victims of rape, how are they handled? Do you have any brochures? Like, no, really like she would ask if they had brochures, and you know, much to mardi surprise officers..

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"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

"Okay. Y'all still let's start with the basics. What is a rape kit. Caroline, whenever I think of rape kits. I'm not even kidding. I imagined like a law and order addition caboodle. Yeah. I think it's the word kit. But I agree with you. Well, Tristesse here to tell us. There are a lot more basic than that so quote unquote rape kits boxes the kit. They vary in each state. But generally, what it is is swabs and envelopes and a list of places of where to swab on the patient. That's what what you think of with the kid kits vary in Georgia. It's a smaller white envelope. That has a half a dozen, envelopes and swabs in slides, and in Texas is as you can imagine it's big it's like, you know, tuxes everything is big literally had varies with each state. Whether there's paperwork that's required or not. It's the swab. Jobs, and the envelopes were boxes that we use to package, and then we document, and that's what gets turned over to law enforcement and the crime lab. So ideally, if you are assaulted and you want to get a rape kit you'd go to the nearest emergency room. Tell them what's happened and then asked to see a sexual assault nurse examiner a sane for short someone like Tricia. Yeah. And the same does two things number one. She administers a sexual assault exam, which is like a more comprehensive checkup and number two as part of that exam if requested she collects the forensic rape kit, though swabs, and envelopes that Tricia was just talking about also as part of the exam, the nurse might take photos for documentation, she may write notes, and she may treat injuries or give the patient medication. The saints documentation in the full exam could be used as evidence down the road as well. But more importantly Tristesse says that comprehensive exam is about restoring some dignity into. The patient. What is the first thing that you say to a patient when you walk into the room for this type of exam, I introduced myself, and I say before we do anything else. Is there anything that you need at this moment because you know, I need them to know that I'm there for them. And that their needs are, first and foremost in my mind. So is that before we do anything else? Is there anything that you need right now? Is that water pain medicine d what do you need? And if they say, well, I'm dying for food or I need to use the bathroom. What I know that I can still let them do that. And I'll just collect swab row quick whether I needed or not, and then I can based on their history know find to take that swab or I can collect their urine. And just hold it. But I'm giving like I'm addressing any need. And I'm again, it's returning that atonomy to the patient as soon as I start interacting with them. Like the first thing I do is. Hey, I need you like if you're willing to give me consent to do this every time I go to examine or touch that patient's body. I say to them is it. Okay. If I touch you is it. Okay. If I am collecting swabs. I'll say to them do you want to collect this wab? Do you you know? So it's about returning that that power, you know, they get to say this is my body, and I'm going to I'm going to allow what happens to it happen. Even if you tell me right now that you're okay with this exam. We're halfway through it you tell me. No, we're not collecting evidence. We're not going for it. I stop end of story. The reality of rape and assault is that it renders. Our bodies the crime scenes, so repeatedly requesting patient's consent is a vital part of what sexual assault nurse examiners provide. And Caroline, we should mention here too that anyone can request a rape kit. And keep it anonymously that is your right? And this is called. A Jane Doe kit, and providing this type of trauma informed.

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"rape" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"Who cares whatever the motherfucker saw him in the room and was disgusted yet period. She wasn't filling a he was a fucking little taught. Yeah. He is. He's disgusted awful person. He showed his true colors. He had no class. He wasn't respectful at all he yelled at he. I mean, he he was what do you drink, sir? Only beer, and it was a two-bit narrator. Viewing me you're interviewing me. I mean, you're interviewing me Senator. Yeah. What about Tope? It's working out. Like hope in. Oh squeak. The fact that it's he was even saying I love my friends, my friends like Tobin and squeak squeak. A fifty three year old man is referring to friends the same way, he referred to them in high school and college by their last name and nickname NPS keep and then keeping the calendar you raped. Yeah. You raped not only did, you know rape. You know, you rapes. Yeah. And then know they already and squeeze raped you watch Tobin and squeeze raped, and you put it you have a different rape calendar. Yeah. I know there's another calendar calendar. I know the rape calendar. I know you guys like sat around and jerked off in a circle and eight each other's fucking Jisr thought it was so good. Then put it on crackers, or whatever it is cracker. And you fucking like sat around there like munching rape and get the ripe calendar out. We'll see what's coming up next Tuesday. That's right. That's right. No, no, man. I have test to work out and play football four to raping on Tuesday. Man, come on scree, we have reaping Wednesday night from eighteen to any. I honestly want. I want. Since i'm. Barron from all the drugs. I want him to overturn Roe v. Wade just just to motor because her whole thing. She's in was to fuck it was she was worried about Roe v. Wade right. And I'm like, you know, what take away a right to choose. So that we can all literally throw tomatoes shoes. And when she walks around in Maine. Oh, for sure I mean, I've never wanted to burn a witch the claiming more, but by might now pandering fucking Meiring pandering. He seemed like a good, man. I mean it ruined his family. You know, I'm sorry. A family a rapist family. Life was ruined. I'm sorry. A bunch of rape guises families, and that they were going through a hard time..

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"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

"Caroline man i honestly wasn't sure if we were able to do episode about rape joke for real we did it one of my biggest takeaways as a non comedy insider as an audience member is not that hey feminists comics are reclaiming rape jokes i don't think that's the case i think what cameras zito and other comics right now are doing with rape jokes is totally reinventing them yeah because i mean what would we be reclaiming our punchline status those old just books of your now burn them further just books and this terrible old victim blaming rape jokes with them and listeners we can't wait to hear from y'all whether you're more of a comedy audience member like we are or if you're in a comedy community is it possible do you think to reinvent or reclaim the rape joke or is the best joke the one that's never told let us know your thoughts y'all can email us at hello at unladylike dot co or hit us up on all the socials at unladylike media and don't forget to head over to our site unladylike dot co where you can preorder our book that has a whole chapter on dismantling rape culture and also find all sources and resources for this ups owed including links to cairns rape joke set and where to donate and in the meantime folks can watch take my wife on o on stars streaming or on i tunes thanks for remembering my television show i totally forgot to talk about welcome to it abigail keel is a senior producer of unladylike mixing and sound design is by casey holford julie's subarus our editor our music is by flamingo shadow on meat may cone and sarah thompson are executive producers or kris van and jenny rattling and special thanks to sam kiefer and we are your hosts carolina urban and kristen konger and the next week i like conjure this image of just like pushing the old ladies off on the ice floe and being like okay thank you for your service you are no longer useful to us you know and like fuck that like we're useful always we talked to two women on that is slow about mental make sure you subscribe to our show and.

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"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

"Nothing value one plus this we also have to keep in mind the broader context as this comedy is happening the development of social media really likes this fire underneath rape jokes as a feminist issue specifically in twenty twelve as some of you listeners might remember this dushi comedian named daniel tosh is doing stand up and a woman heckle sim about how bad his rape jokes are and then gets up and leaves and as she is walking out he said be funny if the girl got ripped by like five guys right now like right now well that women's friend blog about the set on tumbler and of course the feminist internet was like that is unacceptable daniel tosh who calls himself tosh point oh whatever the fuck that means to which some male comics tosh we're like hey don't censor me don't tread on my punch lines rape jokes are fine and from there the internet kind of aid itself yeah but one big reason to keep in mind why feminists got so up in arms about rape jokes at this point was because through social media and sites like youtube we were getting our first early deluge of rape threads from strangers on the internet so the anger behind women's response to that whole tosh incident makes perfect sense then two years later in twenty fourteen the power dynamics of rape jokes take another massive shift yeah that's been comedian hannibal birth made.

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"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

"Anything other than laughter it means you're not only not funny but clearly you can't take a joke you killjoy but cameron acknowledges that she's not the only one who's explore this territory somebody like sarah silverman you know she told jokes that included rape that are like one liner e blue jokes i think that because she's so talented at chooses charismatic she's a joke writer and so she can kinda like push boundaries there than it's sort of shared in this thing of like well here's mine will here's mine while your mind carolina sarah silverman didn't just like sneak in a rape joke in the middle of her set this was two thousand five jesus's magic was very i stand up special and she doesn't just hella rape joke she opened with one i was a bedouin or well into my teens and continue to have a bevy of unwanted hairs and i was i was raped by dr which is so bittersweet for jewish girl and it's fascinating because that's two thousand five sarah silverman today has apologized for that joke her rape jokes have evolved to include more of the power and weight the cameron is talking about and like him and said it's bond million imitators like all comics were like oh we can do jokes rape brief cool but it's probably safe to say that like ninety eight percent of them were terrible but not all of them that's the thing we we only remember the rape joke weeds when in fact there are some flowers in there i think that's the right botanical metaphor i'm going for because a year later in two thousand six we get this jim of a rape joke from one to sakes you don't make my life so much easier lanes wouldn't you love this wouldn't it be wonderful if our pussies word detachable.

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"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

"Caroline i've got a rape joke for you good it's an old one like like a like a really old one here caroline is the most common rape joke of the eighteenth century a woman prosecuted a gentleman for rape upon trial the judge asked her if she'd made any resistance i cried out pleased your lordship said the woman said one of the witnesses that was nine months after and believe it or not carolina that rape joke appeared in almost every jest book for the next hundred years just book use s just books but it's terribly unfunny as that rape joke is it marxist fascinating moment in the seventeen hundreds when women's legal status is totally influx like finally with the enlightenment at don's on dudes and power that like labor is not such a cool idea that women are legally our property and that rape is a property crime committed against male relatives of the victim but still women rarely pressed rape charges because if the case went to trial men were usually acquitted in women became the butt of the towns rape joking in fact rape trials became source material for jokes of the day really as a backlash to this growing legal threat that men could be punished severely punished solely based on on a woman's testimony in other words like don't trust women you can't believe what they say sure because for the next like two hundred years until pretty much second way feminism comes around folks assumed rape was about sex and attraction you know that no means yes that it's a crime of passion rather than a crime of power and violence and even though our replays at least have evolved bad rape jokes didn't like they still rely on that myth that rape is just like one weird way to have sex with women when we say no but secretly mean yes lol right funny but i mean that brings us back to cameron who's on this mission to rewrite the rape joke script because of the patriarchal dynamic that has somehow meant that like when we talk about comedy we talk about it as if like dude comics really wanna save rape jokes and it's just that women are harpies and they won't let them make their great points and if your reaction is.

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"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

"To be somebody who was saying like no i'm legit cool you want to be me you want to be friends with me you wanna get ladies like me you want to have a haircut like i do like get on my get on board we're going like that's what i you know it's very intentional very intentionally trying to do that cameron wants her comedy to build other queer folks up and as far as rape jokes go she really underscores their potential to dismantle rape culture let's you know take it down through comedy let's do some education through comedy because i think my field is like perfect for this i mean we we always talk about like oh you can't joke about that of course you can talk you can joke about any topic your lens has to be right and the jokes have to be good so like you know if you're going to have a if you're going to go after somebody who has less power than you than you better have a really fucking good joke like you'd better really fucking good because you're trying to clear your trying to thread very tight needle and then if you're going after somebody who has more power than you ed but you're still taking on a taboo topic than like make the lens your own you know don't come out on stage with i don't know just like a dismissive attitude i mean comics take everything so seriously we're such serious people why why not take this usually challenge accepted you and i are not stand up comics however we are very good at taking taboo things seriously maybe a little too seriously considering we are now in the middle of a whole episode on rape jokes we love on packing the taboo so we're going to dive deep into some rape joke history right after a break.

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"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

"Need to sexualize me a you don't need to talk about my positioning in the world just like bring me up carolina notice how cameron's not saying that rape jokes should just die or disappear she's just anxious for them to evolve already they are somebody saying you know the word rape in without like a ton of setup or ton of punchline sort of because it's a button ni taboo word it gets a response from the audience i have heard very little about focusing on survivors also usually hear people talk about rape as if it's something that's a topic and not something that has affected people that are actually in the room or even sharing a lineup with them so you know when i came into comedy i it's the same thing as being a gay person like so many times like you're straight comics jokes and they will use like they to talk about gay people and that sort of connotes this idea of like we'll get people that are outside the room right now i so whether or not you're then going to follow that up with a homophobic statement or whether you're in a follow that up with a statement of solidarity either like both of those things obviously i prefer solidarity but there's erasure involved in all of that so it's like we the straight people in this room think gay people are fine or think gay people are bad we the people in this room who've never been assaulted think that rape is silly or think that rape is terrible but not anything that anybody in here has experienced so i'm just trying to shift the lens and talk about it as if it is not a topic but as if it is a lived experience that it turns out a huge percentage.

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"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on Unladylike

"Literally i sat up in the middle of the night i'm not even kidding and was just like rape jokes like i said it out loud into the easter relief writing right on ninety nine hey all and welcome few lady like the show the finds out what happens when women break the rules i'm kristen and i'm caroline and that was stand up comic actor director podcast or and dare we say queer icon cameron esposito quite the multi hyphen it for real and she was telling us about her new one hour comedy special out now on vulture called rape jokes like like rape joke rape jokes rape jokes here's a clip now i think about survivors the way that they're portrayed in television and film especially if they're women i feel like it's like she's assaulted and then she becomes like very good at swords do you combat element and that was not true for me i say the same amount good at swords experts although cameron has never shied away from taboo topics in her comedy rape jokes is the first time she's putting her experience of sexual assault front and center and she's not the only funny woman doing that right now yeah in fact rape jokes are having a moment like never before me to inspired stand up shows have been popping up and selling out across the country and women non binary comics like cameron are sharing their stories of sexual harassment and assault for laughs as well as relief so today we're gonna talk about rape jokes like a lot we're doing it about reef jokes and we're going to talk to cameron a little bit more about her stand up special why she's calling it rape jokes and what exactly she's getting at in it and caroline you and i are also going to be doing some deep mining in the comedy vaults and the history of rape jokes because we want to find out is the metoo movement reinventing rape jokes and if so how.

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"rape" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"Even though we all probably did as kids we were kids they locked in the locked them up at throughway the key line again so that's that's the lyrics like i said before bradley knoll slowly moves his face up to the camera for this line which is funny so i feel like we have to address already dressed lot of heavy shit i do want to address the idea of rape as punishment like it's something that i feel like people have the best intentions for like oh this person assaulted women assaulted children assaulted other men like i for an eye i for an eye however it's clearly the butt of a joke and when you're just thinking in like terms of you know more abstract terms like i said it's a complicated it's it's not complicated but it's a nuanced argument like you shouldn't do anything that perpetuates the idea of sexual assault as a joke or as a as a fitting punishment it's like rape is good or bad depending on what happens to that shouldn't be come away from this with especially in our society where it is such a problem like you should maybe take the high ground and refused to participate in calling for the punitive rape of somebody recognizing like how how how big of a problem it is in society alright he got his whatever i mean the the biggest problem about at all as we can listen to the song and laugh and and very like ridiculous tongue in cheek but at the end of day there are plenty of fucking rapists walking around in the streets that don't get twenty five years because they play sports ball real good so i mean just because they didn't believe they don't even have to be anybody just because the woman wasn't believed or she couldn't come she couldn't come forward and wanna come forward so yeah and then we should mention that the large inmate also played by ron jeremy in a standout dual role performance let's just confusing choice did they just to get another actor like no it's twice as funny as the judges funny but oh boy he's also the inmate mind blown also like it's good to point out there like super cheesy jail costumes like they made might have filmed this.

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"rape" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"It does not pay member kids rape doesn't pay well well at louis the sublime dogs take a bite out of rape well yeah it's like oh well you don't don't go around being drug hornet because you might just rape somebody like any old person could just accidents date rape somebody else like no no do like you accidentally not even accident you might choose to make about decision getty why that is thing that people do you don't choose to fucking date rape somebody it's just how you were born is what you're saying shitty i was joking but and so it's weird that he says drunken horny like this is him just being lazy him being dumb which is fine but it's just such an interesting choice to hang your moral do not be drunken horny if your sexual person like what happens when you drink you get horny like you can you can do that without like we're saying you do that without assaulting somebody and so it's like a weird way that i feel like somebody listening to that could be like well that's never gonna happen so shit something else might have how am i not going to be horny while i'm drunk you know what i'm saying it's it's abstinence doesn't work i mean you can be drunk at horny just call the person that you call your normal do person like just shoot him a quick beeper call somebody who says yes.

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"rape" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"What a great punch line what a great turnaround for a song a great way to intro a rock in solo yeah right so it's like you got you got your galaxy brain mean here right we familiar with this so like normal brain or bad brain laughs at date rape itself bad brain okay slightly larger brain laughs at the the rapist in the sublime song date rape whereas galaxy brain laughs at the song dairy and that's what we're doing here we're not laughing at the act we're laughing at other people for laughing think something that often happens to me here when we do this podcast is like well not breaking on the lyrics fucking early thought about it never really really thought about this what we do here yeah and so we're sitting here talking about like if it wasn't for date rape by never get laid fucking appalled just like holy shit i can't believe that what did you say is number one requested song on k two thousand six thousand six if it wasn't for date rape i never get laid it would be years i think two thousand six probably the reason it's capped they're all evidence of it being the most requested k rock song is kept there is because that's the same year that a reggie red jumpsuit apparatus came out with their anti domestic dispute and domestic abuse anthem face down in the dirt yeah and totally embarked on a new era of social wariness and we were able to wipe date rape from our house forever yep.

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"rape" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"I'm sorry okay so you're against the song but you're also against date rate yes he's against the song date rape benun date rape way yeah no that's confusing it's not have to separate yourself from the art but you're from the moral your four the moral story that is involved here right i mean like you're you agree with this aw whether or not you like it as what we're saying sort of we'll get into whether or not the song is affected at the message it's trying to convey i definitely agree with the very broad message that date rape is bad that sublime so eloquently tries to argue let's confusing wanna think about what they were gonna know what went to bradley noah's head when he wrote the song thought you wanna write a story explains about relief horrible thing that happened but like also he got his in the end but also like why the fuck did the rent on the first place i can tell you up no no i don't wanna pull that quote yeah okay before we get into all that i just wanna say yeah this is a heavy subject matter we're going to try and tackle it somewhat gently basically there's going to be a lot of mentions or discussion about sexual assault we're not gonna get into the weeds in that but it is the topic of this song and so i want to give a warning up top you probably just saw the word rape in the title of this episode no weather and yeah no whether or not you're gonna listen either way but no it's a serious issue if you or someone you know a victim of sexual assault the rape incest network is available to help there's a twenty four seven out twenty yeah twenty four seven confidential hotline you can call one eight hundred six five six hope that's one eight hundred six five six hope or four six seven three.

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"rape" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"I've been through a horrible trauma and their brain is recuperating the police department that that i spent a lot of time observing had gone through many many trainings on those issues had had focused on them for a long time but they could still see you know in those old cases when they looked through the case files uh you know phrases like yes the victim did not cooperate or uh that she didn't want to answer the questions when likely it might not have been the case but so i'm looking back again at those uh those doj recommendations for national best practices from last year and training law enforcement officers were specialists skill in skills in interviewing the social soul victims is indeed one of their recommendations a hopefully were seeing more of that will take another call rachel is calling from receiving wisconsin you're on the air rachel yeah hi magna um i'm a uh survivor of a serial rapist and so this is important to me i'm my question is about the statute of limitations so what if the statute of limitations has passed and by the time they get these rape kits are they going to make exceptions for not processing the rape kits or are they you know our survivors the post is through the city or the state for not processing the rape kits roy rachel rachel it's a it's a good question is at one that's come up uh several times online g chris henry uh wonders exact same thing what percentage of untested rape kits sit idle so long they passed the statute of limitations and that's the true crime uh and helicopter your thoughts on this um well i knew that each state uh theories interim since of statue limitations in north carolina um there isn't a statute of limitations um with regards to reap um in certain.

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"rape" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rape" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Crime and who's on duty and who gets respond who's it becomes responsible for your case if that detectives decides that your kid might not be useful then they might not send your kit or you had many states where it of course they had were under resource underfunded and they were not only not sending kids they they weren't even investigating these cases to the proper extent i want to play a little bit of tape your because this is so widespread i mean for example in tennessee today there are still nine thousand untested rape kits in tennessee and we have some tape here this you'll hear the voice of gene she is a rape survivor from memphis and she told cbs evening news told rica duncan at cbs that the kit from her rape from genes rape in 1990 remain remained untested in december 2016 you have fingerprints and dna available to catch someone and you don't test kit i would say they didn't try to catching police records show the last time a detective worked on the case was two weeks after the rape whatever road that i was on that lie was taken away it's made me scared of the dark that's gene a reaped survivor from tennessee jessica contrary i mean respond to that because it would seem that as even if in cases where perhaps allow doesn't have enough staff to test all these things that that decades going by uh and and kits still seem laying their untested just seems astonishing it really is an and you see it all across the country i you know different states different cities have different size backlogs by uh pretty much you know of wherever you look you're you're finding these kids stacked on shelves i'm not being touched hm while i want to play one more piece tip your about why that might be um this is actually from albuquerque new mexico were actually going to hear from the mayor.

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