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  • 29 Jul 2019
    well i am now more older and more femenine i really love to be girl, sometimes i think if i could be with a man but i am so ashamed, i never was with one  i only can watch  shemales movie porn and  think i am this travesti with a man, i love when they are with black men or with other trans
    44 Posted by joe bernard
  • well i am now more older and more femenine i really love to be girl, sometimes i think if i could be with a man but i am so ashamed, i never was with one  i only can watch  shemales movie porn and  think i am this travesti with a man, i love when they are with black men or with other trans
    Jul 29, 2019 44
  • 13 Jul 2019
    I have just witnessed a post on the home page depicting anal fisting and  subsequent comment's desiring the same treatment.   NOT A GOOD IDEA.  I have had quite a few sexual encounter's with a variety of sized cock's toys etc, one must realise the sphincter is formed to accommodate an outward expulsion of waste. it will allow a certain amount of flexibility for insertions there is a limit to it's ability to return to normal though, if stretched beyond a certain point it will not close, affecting the control of bowel movements, so basically you could go to bed, nice nightie pants, etc wake up in a real mess.   Luckily I never entertained fisting. In the early days of my sexual experiences I used copious amount's of Poppers (Amyl Nitrate) by sniffing this, it (1) erases inhibitions,  (2) increases sexual arousal, (3) dulls the initial pain of entry. On one occasion carried away, out of my head I took on a rather well endowed male, it was rough and hard the sensation was incredible, what I did not realise in the after glow, my lower bowel had been torn, Not only was I bleeding through my anus, waste was seeping into the cavity containing my bowels, I ended up in hospital a day later with peritonitis, lucky, I didf'nt end up with a waste bag strapped to my upper bowel, for the rest of my life.  Another downside in the over use of poppers it rots the lining of the nose, so one suffers regular nose bleeds.  One of the problems with anal sex, even with women is the sensations diminish with frequent encounters, so there is always the feeling of wanting bigger and bigger,more and more..       
  • I have just witnessed a post on the home page depicting anal fisting and  subsequent comment's desiring the same treatment.   NOT A GOOD IDEA.  I have had quite a few sexual encounter's with a variety of sized cock's toys etc, one must realise the sphincter is formed to accommodate an outward expulsion of waste. it will allow a certain amount of flexibility for insertions there is a limit to it's ability to return to normal though, if stretched beyond a certain point it will not close, affecting the control of bowel movements, so basically you could go to bed, nice nightie pants, etc wake up in a real mess.   Luckily I never entertained fisting. In the early days of my sexual experiences I used copious amount's of Poppers (Amyl Nitrate) by sniffing this, it (1) erases inhibitions,  (2) increases sexual arousal, (3) dulls the initial pain of entry. On one occasion carried away, out of my head I took on a rather well endowed male, it was rough and hard the sensation was incredible, what I did not realise in the after glow, my lower bowel had been torn, Not only was I bleeding through my anus, waste was seeping into the cavity containing my bowels, I ended up in hospital a day later with peritonitis, lucky, I didf'nt end up with a waste bag strapped to my upper bowel, for the rest of my life.  Another downside in the over use of poppers it rots the lining of the nose, so one suffers regular nose bleeds.  One of the problems with anal sex, even with women is the sensations diminish with frequent encounters, so there is always the feeling of wanting bigger and bigger,more and more..       
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  • 03 Jul 2019
    Firstly a point in history, Preamble Legislation and Legal Judgements Impacting Trans People Sexual Offences Act 1967 This Act decriminalised homosexuality – though actually resulted in an increase in convictions for homosexuality. This was because it allowed sex between consenting adult men over the age of 21 only provided nobody else was in the same building – therefore two men taking a room in a hotel. living in shared accomodation, flat share or tower blocks were often reported, and subsequently raided and arrested. Since transsexual women were treated as male until after surgery – even if they were living and presenting as female -- many were arrested under this law, as homosexual men. Then Catastrophe, Corbett v Corbett 1970 In 1970, April Ashley’s divorce made matters worse. Until then, post-surgery trans women had been able to change their birth certificates unofficially, to reflect their acquired gender. However, in the court case annulling her marriage to Arthur Corbett (Corbett v Corbett ), Justice Ormrod determined that trans people could not ever change sex, and therefore even after full gender reassignment, trans people remained legally in their birth gender. This made them unable to marry, and inhumanely treated in all legal matters, including imprisonment. In 1999 the Human Rights commission passed discrimination and equalities laws regarding Gays, Lesbians and Transexual people. basically the UK ignored these rules until a case put before the ECHR (European Courts of Human rights. Goodwin v. UK and I v UK (2002) The European Court of Human Rights held that the UK government’s failure to alter the birth certificates of transsexual people or to allow them to marry in their new gender role was a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights. This led directly to new legislation to once again clarify and restrict the extent of the judgement. Things really did not change much from 1967 - 2002 When the UK was forced to start preparing a Gender Recognition Act. Prior to the GRA coming into force, one could not change their gender on the passport, because it was linked to their birth certificate, one had a doctors letter to explain the change of name and the contradictory gender marker.    Prior to the Corbet V Corbet (April Ashley) 1970 one could change their gender on their birth certificate, but during the a/m divorce the judge ruled . that because at the time of registration the gender marker on a birth certificate was a true fact, at the time of registration it could not be changed, the marriage was annulled, as being unlawful (The marriage was void ab initio) This also applied to passports regarding birth gender being a true fact at registration,  Which set back trans rights some 35 years.  In this forum there are case histories that brought about the advent of the GRA.   A Deed Poll is a legal document - not a certificate. It is a form of legal contract but it differs from legal contracts between two or more parties in that it only concerns one person (and it is only signed by that person in the presence of a witness). A Deed Poll legally binds the person who signs it to a particular course of action as detailed on the Deed Poll document. Although Deed Poll documents are used for various purposes relating to an individual or a company legally committing themselves to doing something, they have one generally accepted meaning, that is, a change of name. However, the correct legal name for a deed that has been drawn up to change someone's name is a Deed of Change of Name (but more commonly known as a Deed Poll). A Deed Poll for a change of name contains three declarations and by executing the Deed Poll (signing, dating and having your signing witnessed) you are legally committing yourself to: Abandoning the use of your former name; Using your new name only at all times; Requiring all persons to address you by your new name only and most important to use/address you by any revised gender marker. . The term "deed", also known in this context as a "specialty", is common to signed written agreements not supported by consideration: the seal (even if not a literal wax seal but only a notional one referred to by the execution formula, "signed, sealed and delivered", or even merely "executed as a deed") is deemed to be the consideration necessary to support the contract between the parties to the deed. "Poll" is an archaic legal term referring to documents with straight edges; these distinguished a deed binding only one person from one affecting more than a single person (an "indenture", so named during the time when such agreements would be written out repeatedly on a single sheet, then irregularly torn or "indented" so that each party had a document with corresponding tears, so as to discourage forgery). Unlike the law today, it used to be that a Christian name (i.e. the name given at baptism) could only be changed under ecclesiastical law by the bishop on that person's subsequent confirmation. However, the case of Re Parrott, Cox v Parrott [1946] Ch 183, [1946] 1 All ER 321 provides that a Christian name can be changed if the following words are inserted therein 'Notwithstanding the decision of Mr Justice Vaisey in the case of Re Parrott's Will Trust, Cox v Parrott, the applicant desires the enrolment to proceed." Legislation and Legal Judgements Impacting Trans People Sexual Offences Act 1967   This Act decriminalised homosexuality – though actually resulted in an increase in convictions for homosexuality. This was because it allowed sex between consenting adult men over the age of 21 only provided nobody else was in the same building – therefore two men taking a room in a hotel. living in shared accommodation, flat share or tower blocks were often reported, and subsequently raided and arrested. Since transsexual women were treated as male until after surgery – even if they were living and presenting as female -- many were arrested under this law, as homosexual men. 2004 The UK Gender Recognition act was presented to parliament, subsequently in the house of Lords where it was slashed/amended excusing discrimination on religious grounds,   (not in this Church) 3.5 Passports The Passports Act 2008, section 11, offers an important avenue for recognition of the acquired gender of a transsexual person.  For this purpose, a person who is transsexual may seek a passport in their new name and have their new sex entered therein.  This does not confer any right or entitlement not connected with the purposes of the Passports Act. For instance, it would not alter the legal gender of the person for the purpose of marriage law or entitle one to a reissued birth certificate noting the acquired gender. which is a consideration for The Gender Recognition Panel.   Obviously once a person has completed RLE and been issued with their GRC, entitlement is automatic. the issue of a new birth certificate with a new gender marker, allowing person to marry. enter into a legal marriage, (not to be confused with a same sex marriage or a civil partnership), since spring 2015 there is in force an amendment to the marriage act amendment 2013, mutual agreement for for continuance of an existing marriage (automatically registered as a same sex, legal marriage), so the relevant changes to names and gender on passports should be taken into consideration, Over the following years we have seen valuable amendments and right's added which also caused ratification of rights in the passport acts, marriage act, 2010 & 2013 and the right to remain married when applying for a Gender Recognition Certificate, by means of a mutual agreement form, avoiding the distress of having to obtain a divorce, automatically changing the marriage to a same sex marriage , amended certificate being issued alongside the new birth certificate.   https://gendersociety.com/forums/32/uk-transgender-law  
  • Firstly a point in history, Preamble Legislation and Legal Judgements Impacting Trans People Sexual Offences Act 1967 This Act decriminalised homosexuality – though actually resulted in an increase in convictions for homosexuality. This was because it allowed sex between consenting adult men over the age of 21 only provided nobody else was in the same building – therefore two men taking a room in a hotel. living in shared accomodation, flat share or tower blocks were often reported, and subsequently raided and arrested. Since transsexual women were treated as male until after surgery – even if they were living and presenting as female -- many were arrested under this law, as homosexual men. Then Catastrophe, Corbett v Corbett 1970 In 1970, April Ashley’s divorce made matters worse. Until then, post-surgery trans women had been able to change their birth certificates unofficially, to reflect their acquired gender. However, in the court case annulling her marriage to Arthur Corbett (Corbett v Corbett ), Justice Ormrod determined that trans people could not ever change sex, and therefore even after full gender reassignment, trans people remained legally in their birth gender. This made them unable to marry, and inhumanely treated in all legal matters, including imprisonment. In 1999 the Human Rights commission passed discrimination and equalities laws regarding Gays, Lesbians and Transexual people. basically the UK ignored these rules until a case put before the ECHR (European Courts of Human rights. Goodwin v. UK and I v UK (2002) The European Court of Human Rights held that the UK government’s failure to alter the birth certificates of transsexual people or to allow them to marry in their new gender role was a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights. This led directly to new legislation to once again clarify and restrict the extent of the judgement. Things really did not change much from 1967 - 2002 When the UK was forced to start preparing a Gender Recognition Act. Prior to the GRA coming into force, one could not change their gender on the passport, because it was linked to their birth certificate, one had a doctors letter to explain the change of name and the contradictory gender marker.    Prior to the Corbet V Corbet (April Ashley) 1970 one could change their gender on their birth certificate, but during the a/m divorce the judge ruled . that because at the time of registration the gender marker on a birth certificate was a true fact, at the time of registration it could not be changed, the marriage was annulled, as being unlawful (The marriage was void ab initio) This also applied to passports regarding birth gender being a true fact at registration,  Which set back trans rights some 35 years.  In this forum there are case histories that brought about the advent of the GRA.   A Deed Poll is a legal document - not a certificate. It is a form of legal contract but it differs from legal contracts between two or more parties in that it only concerns one person (and it is only signed by that person in the presence of a witness). A Deed Poll legally binds the person who signs it to a particular course of action as detailed on the Deed Poll document. Although Deed Poll documents are used for various purposes relating to an individual or a company legally committing themselves to doing something, they have one generally accepted meaning, that is, a change of name. However, the correct legal name for a deed that has been drawn up to change someone's name is a Deed of Change of Name (but more commonly known as a Deed Poll). A Deed Poll for a change of name contains three declarations and by executing the Deed Poll (signing, dating and having your signing witnessed) you are legally committing yourself to: Abandoning the use of your former name; Using your new name only at all times; Requiring all persons to address you by your new name only and most important to use/address you by any revised gender marker. . The term "deed", also known in this context as a "specialty", is common to signed written agreements not supported by consideration: the seal (even if not a literal wax seal but only a notional one referred to by the execution formula, "signed, sealed and delivered", or even merely "executed as a deed") is deemed to be the consideration necessary to support the contract between the parties to the deed. "Poll" is an archaic legal term referring to documents with straight edges; these distinguished a deed binding only one person from one affecting more than a single person (an "indenture", so named during the time when such agreements would be written out repeatedly on a single sheet, then irregularly torn or "indented" so that each party had a document with corresponding tears, so as to discourage forgery). Unlike the law today, it used to be that a Christian name (i.e. the name given at baptism) could only be changed under ecclesiastical law by the bishop on that person's subsequent confirmation. However, the case of Re Parrott, Cox v Parrott [1946] Ch 183, [1946] 1 All ER 321 provides that a Christian name can be changed if the following words are inserted therein 'Notwithstanding the decision of Mr Justice Vaisey in the case of Re Parrott's Will Trust, Cox v Parrott, the applicant desires the enrolment to proceed." Legislation and Legal Judgements Impacting Trans People Sexual Offences Act 1967   This Act decriminalised homosexuality – though actually resulted in an increase in convictions for homosexuality. This was because it allowed sex between consenting adult men over the age of 21 only provided nobody else was in the same building – therefore two men taking a room in a hotel. living in shared accommodation, flat share or tower blocks were often reported, and subsequently raided and arrested. Since transsexual women were treated as male until after surgery – even if they were living and presenting as female -- many were arrested under this law, as homosexual men. 2004 The UK Gender Recognition act was presented to parliament, subsequently in the house of Lords where it was slashed/amended excusing discrimination on religious grounds,   (not in this Church) 3.5 Passports The Passports Act 2008, section 11, offers an important avenue for recognition of the acquired gender of a transsexual person.  For this purpose, a person who is transsexual may seek a passport in their new name and have their new sex entered therein.  This does not confer any right or entitlement not connected with the purposes of the Passports Act. For instance, it would not alter the legal gender of the person for the purpose of marriage law or entitle one to a reissued birth certificate noting the acquired gender. which is a consideration for The Gender Recognition Panel.   Obviously once a person has completed RLE and been issued with their GRC, entitlement is automatic. the issue of a new birth certificate with a new gender marker, allowing person to marry. enter into a legal marriage, (not to be confused with a same sex marriage or a civil partnership), since spring 2015 there is in force an amendment to the marriage act amendment 2013, mutual agreement for for continuance of an existing marriage (automatically registered as a same sex, legal marriage), so the relevant changes to names and gender on passports should be taken into consideration, Over the following years we have seen valuable amendments and right's added which also caused ratification of rights in the passport acts, marriage act, 2010 & 2013 and the right to remain married when applying for a Gender Recognition Certificate, by means of a mutual agreement form, avoiding the distress of having to obtain a divorce, automatically changing the marriage to a same sex marriage , amended certificate being issued alongside the new birth certificate.   https://gendersociety.com/forums/32/uk-transgender-law  
    Jul 03, 2019 59
  • 14 Apr 2019
    Gender identity, whether consistent or inconsistent with other sex characteristics, may be understood to be “much less a matter of choice and much more a matter of biology” (Coolidge et al., 2000). The scientific evidence supports the paradigm that transsexualism is strongly associated with the neurodevelopment of the brain (Zhou et al., 1995; Kruijver et al., 2000). It is clear that the condition cannot necessarily be overcome by “consistent psychological socialisation as male or female from very early childhood” and it is not responsive to psychological or psychiatric treatments alone (Green, 1999). It is understood that during the fetal period the brain is potentially subject to the organising properties of sex hormones (Kruijver et al., 2000; 2001; 2002; 2003). In the case of transsexualism, these effects appear to be atypical, resulting in sex-reversal in the structure of the BSTc, and possibly other, as yet unidentified, loci (Kruijver, 2004). The etiological pathways leading to this inconsistent development almost certainly vary from individual to individual, so no single route is likely to be identified. Different genetic, hormonal and environmental factors, acting separately or in combination with each other, are likely to be involved in influencing the development of the psychological identification as male or female. Psychosocial factors and cultural mores are likely to impact on outcomes (Connolly, 2003).     Cristine Shye The scientific literature has already come to a consensus on the existence of cognitive sex differences, especially with regard to spatial ability. Both neural/hormonal and social factors contribute to those differences. See Diane Halpern's "Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities". Stereotypes, including gender stereotypes, are mostly accurate. So saying that some view or conclusion is a gender stereotype is not a real criticism. See Lee Jussim's "Social Perception and Social Reality: Why Accuracy Dominates Bias and Self-Fulfilling Prophecy". Finally, let's assume the real reason why women have bigger corpus callosums is that they have smaller brains. Does the relation between sex and corpus callosum size cease to exist? No. Women on average will still have larger corpus callosums and all the (presumed) behavioural/cognitive characteristics associated with it.  If you look at the sexual dimorphism from an evolutionary perspective, this makes perfect sense. In early human societies, men went out to hunt while women stayed in the village (with very few exceptions). The traits that made men more successful were those that allowed them to be better hunters and warriors: so coordinated action, perception of environmental opportunities and dangers. For the women in the village, their success is more dependent on "politics" and relationships. Instead of organising hunts, the successful woman is one who is well liked by people and use strong communication skills and wits to solve problems (and not brawn since they will lose to the stronger males). Thus over time, as the traits that marks a successful man and woman differs, it makes sense that there should be sexual metamorphism in brain structures.  Which in turn is a probable and logical cause for some brain structure difference in male to female transexuals. CONCLUSION The male and the female brains show anatomical, functional and biochemical differences in all stages of life. These differences begin early during development due to a combination of genetic and hormonal events and continue throughout the lifespan of an individual
    192 Posted by Cristine Shye. BL. B/acc
  • Gender identity, whether consistent or inconsistent with other sex characteristics, may be understood to be “much less a matter of choice and much more a matter of biology” (Coolidge et al., 2000). The scientific evidence supports the paradigm that transsexualism is strongly associated with the neurodevelopment of the brain (Zhou et al., 1995; Kruijver et al., 2000). It is clear that the condition cannot necessarily be overcome by “consistent psychological socialisation as male or female from very early childhood” and it is not responsive to psychological or psychiatric treatments alone (Green, 1999). It is understood that during the fetal period the brain is potentially subject to the organising properties of sex hormones (Kruijver et al., 2000; 2001; 2002; 2003). In the case of transsexualism, these effects appear to be atypical, resulting in sex-reversal in the structure of the BSTc, and possibly other, as yet unidentified, loci (Kruijver, 2004). The etiological pathways leading to this inconsistent development almost certainly vary from individual to individual, so no single route is likely to be identified. Different genetic, hormonal and environmental factors, acting separately or in combination with each other, are likely to be involved in influencing the development of the psychological identification as male or female. Psychosocial factors and cultural mores are likely to impact on outcomes (Connolly, 2003).     Cristine Shye The scientific literature has already come to a consensus on the existence of cognitive sex differences, especially with regard to spatial ability. Both neural/hormonal and social factors contribute to those differences. See Diane Halpern's "Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities". Stereotypes, including gender stereotypes, are mostly accurate. So saying that some view or conclusion is a gender stereotype is not a real criticism. See Lee Jussim's "Social Perception and Social Reality: Why Accuracy Dominates Bias and Self-Fulfilling Prophecy". Finally, let's assume the real reason why women have bigger corpus callosums is that they have smaller brains. Does the relation between sex and corpus callosum size cease to exist? No. Women on average will still have larger corpus callosums and all the (presumed) behavioural/cognitive characteristics associated with it.  If you look at the sexual dimorphism from an evolutionary perspective, this makes perfect sense. In early human societies, men went out to hunt while women stayed in the village (with very few exceptions). The traits that made men more successful were those that allowed them to be better hunters and warriors: so coordinated action, perception of environmental opportunities and dangers. For the women in the village, their success is more dependent on "politics" and relationships. Instead of organising hunts, the successful woman is one who is well liked by people and use strong communication skills and wits to solve problems (and not brawn since they will lose to the stronger males). Thus over time, as the traits that marks a successful man and woman differs, it makes sense that there should be sexual metamorphism in brain structures.  Which in turn is a probable and logical cause for some brain structure difference in male to female transexuals. CONCLUSION The male and the female brains show anatomical, functional and biochemical differences in all stages of life. These differences begin early during development due to a combination of genetic and hormonal events and continue throughout the lifespan of an individual
    Apr 14, 2019 192
  • 25 Mar 2019
    Regardless of voting leave or remain, the very basis of our democracy is in question, remainers and leavers should honour the result and unite to shame this despicable parliament, what will they do to ignore the people the next time, put troops on the street and shoot us??????? for going against what these despicable shameless greedy politicians want? If a million leavers marched on London they would have been met with Armed troops, water cannons, rubber bullets and tear gas launchers.
    203 Posted by Cristine Shye. BL. B/acc
  • Regardless of voting leave or remain, the very basis of our democracy is in question, remainers and leavers should honour the result and unite to shame this despicable parliament, what will they do to ignore the people the next time, put troops on the street and shoot us??????? for going against what these despicable shameless greedy politicians want? If a million leavers marched on London they would have been met with Armed troops, water cannons, rubber bullets and tear gas launchers.
    Mar 25, 2019 203
  • 22 Mar 2019
    The EU has handed Theresa May two weeks’ grace to devise an alternative Brexit plan if her deal falls next week after the prime minister failed to convince the bloc that she was capable of avoiding a no-deal Brexit. After a marathon late-night session of talks, the EU’s leaders ripped up May’s proposals and a new Brexit timeline was pushed on the prime minister to avoid the cliff-edge deadline of 29 March – next Friday. Under the deal agreed by May, Britain will now stay a member state until 12 April if the withdrawal agreement is rejected by MPs at the third time of asking. The government will be able to seek a longer extension during that period if it can both “indicate a way forward” and agree to hold European elections. In the unlikely event that May does win the support of the Commons when the Brexit deal goes to MPs again on Tuesday, the UK will stay a member state until 22 May to allow necessary withdrawal legislation to be passed. “The 12 April is the new 29 March,” an EU official said.   When did the bill pass through Parliament revoking the Withdrawal Act which categorically states that we will leave the EU, irrespective of any deal, on 29th March? A bill passed into law. Does parliament now intend to break the law? To revoke article 50, firstly a green paper prepared and presented in the house of commons, after amendments and being passed  then a white paper debated amended before being presented to the house of lords, debated amended and ratified and passed into law.      As one EU official has said, "The UK Parliament is unable [or unwilling] to deliver the will of the people
    199 Posted by Cristine Shye. BL. B/acc
  • The EU has handed Theresa May two weeks’ grace to devise an alternative Brexit plan if her deal falls next week after the prime minister failed to convince the bloc that she was capable of avoiding a no-deal Brexit. After a marathon late-night session of talks, the EU’s leaders ripped up May’s proposals and a new Brexit timeline was pushed on the prime minister to avoid the cliff-edge deadline of 29 March – next Friday. Under the deal agreed by May, Britain will now stay a member state until 12 April if the withdrawal agreement is rejected by MPs at the third time of asking. The government will be able to seek a longer extension during that period if it can both “indicate a way forward” and agree to hold European elections. In the unlikely event that May does win the support of the Commons when the Brexit deal goes to MPs again on Tuesday, the UK will stay a member state until 22 May to allow necessary withdrawal legislation to be passed. “The 12 April is the new 29 March,” an EU official said.   When did the bill pass through Parliament revoking the Withdrawal Act which categorically states that we will leave the EU, irrespective of any deal, on 29th March? A bill passed into law. Does parliament now intend to break the law? To revoke article 50, firstly a green paper prepared and presented in the house of commons, after amendments and being passed  then a white paper debated amended before being presented to the house of lords, debated amended and ratified and passed into law.      As one EU official has said, "The UK Parliament is unable [or unwilling] to deliver the will of the people
    Mar 22, 2019 199
  • 17 Mar 2019
    Members of Parliament are our servants, elected to do our bidding, they are not our masters, that is why Cromwell fought a corrupt King and instituted a people's will parliament.   A referendum was held and both parties swore in their manifesto's at a subsequent election to abide by the will of the people relating to that referendum.   Shame on these self centred, corrupt buffoons, who are openly defying the will of the people. Do people not realise every time you buy simple things like a jar of coffee, rice, Chinese electronics, stuff from America, Japanese cars, the import tariff levied goes directly to the EU. This country should not have even looked for a deal, we import more from the EU, than the EU buys from us, so we should have just done tit for tat, put up import duties on French and German Cars, French wines and cheeses, used the earnings from these tariffs to subsidise Japanese cars manufactured in the UK.  More Poll tax style riots expected  
    190 Posted by Cristine Shye. BL. B/acc
  • Members of Parliament are our servants, elected to do our bidding, they are not our masters, that is why Cromwell fought a corrupt King and instituted a people's will parliament.   A referendum was held and both parties swore in their manifesto's at a subsequent election to abide by the will of the people relating to that referendum.   Shame on these self centred, corrupt buffoons, who are openly defying the will of the people. Do people not realise every time you buy simple things like a jar of coffee, rice, Chinese electronics, stuff from America, Japanese cars, the import tariff levied goes directly to the EU. This country should not have even looked for a deal, we import more from the EU, than the EU buys from us, so we should have just done tit for tat, put up import duties on French and German Cars, French wines and cheeses, used the earnings from these tariffs to subsidise Japanese cars manufactured in the UK.  More Poll tax style riots expected  
    Mar 17, 2019 190
  • 20 Feb 2019
    Hi I'm Alana a pre op mtf who on April 8th I have my grs at charing Cross a decision that wasn't taken lightly. You see in life we all make decisions whether it be what we are doing one day or another or what's for tea or go for a drink. But for most trans cds and tvs there decisions are a whole lot more complicated. I came out as trans many moons ago and my family thought and even I thought it was a phase so I put it to the back of my head but still told them I like to dress I even lost my wife and 2 beautiful daughters from the decision I made. But as I was dressing more I became more moody until I couldn't cope anymore. I went and seen my gp and told them what was happening that I couldn't cope with just dressing and that I wanted to be alana full time. They referred me to charing Cross and they where amazing telling me how long the wait is and all the complications with hrt. I went back home and that is when I had to make decisions I told family who where supportive except my father I had to sell my business and also divorce from my wife of 5yrs it was heartbreaking but people say I was selfish but how could I be living a lie. So many trans and crossdressers live a lie and can't get out of what's happening so make the decision of either being happy or live a lie. Me now I'm happy but nervous about the new road I'll be going down xxx
    241 Posted by Alana Anderson
  • Hi I'm Alana a pre op mtf who on April 8th I have my grs at charing Cross a decision that wasn't taken lightly. You see in life we all make decisions whether it be what we are doing one day or another or what's for tea or go for a drink. But for most trans cds and tvs there decisions are a whole lot more complicated. I came out as trans many moons ago and my family thought and even I thought it was a phase so I put it to the back of my head but still told them I like to dress I even lost my wife and 2 beautiful daughters from the decision I made. But as I was dressing more I became more moody until I couldn't cope anymore. I went and seen my gp and told them what was happening that I couldn't cope with just dressing and that I wanted to be alana full time. They referred me to charing Cross and they where amazing telling me how long the wait is and all the complications with hrt. I went back home and that is when I had to make decisions I told family who where supportive except my father I had to sell my business and also divorce from my wife of 5yrs it was heartbreaking but people say I was selfish but how could I be living a lie. So many trans and crossdressers live a lie and can't get out of what's happening so make the decision of either being happy or live a lie. Me now I'm happy but nervous about the new road I'll be going down xxx
    Feb 20, 2019 241
  • 18 Jan 2019
    https://gendersociety.com/forums/topic/10178/-/view/post_id/72165%3C/a%3E   People may have read http://gendersociety.com/forums/topic/10112/divorcing-and-the-unreasonable-transexual where a sugestion that divorce law may be changed to view transexual people more favourably in cases of divorce, this is done by a judge setting a precedent,  Stare Decisis (Latin, Let the decision stand.] The policy of courts to abide by or adhere to principles established by decisions in earlier cases.) The principle of stare decisis was not always applied with uniform strictness. In medieval England, common-law courts looked to earlier cases for guidance, but they could reject those they considered bad law. Courts also placed less than complete reliance on prior decisions because there was a lack of reliable written reports of cases. Official reports of cases heard in various courts began to appear in the United States in the early 1800s, but semiofficial reports were not produced in England until 1865. When published reports became available, lawyers and judges finally had direct access to cases and could more accurately interpret prior decisions, upholding those previously ruled upon, applying the same ideals to similar cases.   Case law precedent. Nevertheless, the principle of stare decisis has always been tempered with a conviction that prior decisions must comport with notions of good reason or they can be overruled by the highest court in the jurisdiction, The concept of precedent, or Stare Decisis, means to follow or adhere to previously decided cases in judging the case at bar. It means that appellate case law should be considered as binding upon lower courts.   The option of Matter of first impression, to apply or make a ruling of precedent, case law. (Legal principles enunciated and embodied in judicial decisions that are derived from the application of particular areas of law to the facts of individual cases).reported decisions of appeals courts and other courts which make new interpretations of the law and, therefore, can be cited as precedents. These interpretations are distinguished from "statutory law" which is the statutes and codes (laws) enacted by legislative bodies, "regulatory law" which is regulations required by agencies based on statutes, and in some states, the Common Law, which is the generally accepted law carried down from England. The rulings in trials and hearings which are not appealed and not reported are not case law and, therefore, not precedent or new interpretations. Law students principally study case law to understand the application of law to facts and learn the courts' subsequent interpretations of statutes. First impression (known as primae impressionis in Latin) is a legal case in which there is no binding authority on the matter presented. Such a case can set forth a completely original issue of law for decision by the courts, which will then set a precedent for similar cases if a judge so rules.. Ratio decidendi (Latin plural rationes decidendi) is a Latin phrase meaning "the reason" or "the rationale for the decision". The ratio decidendi is "the point in a case that determines the judgment" or "the principle that the case establishes" In other words, ratio decidendi is a legal rule derived from, and consistent with, those parts of legal reasoning within a judgment on which the outcome of the case depends,this is done by way of:- Rules of Inference.Conclusions based on evidence given on what is already known and proven or can be reasonably implied from all known facts.         Precedents (case law) a Judges ruling where an existing law, is unclear, to make inclusions, Judges interpret the laws. very rarely is a bad or contentious precedent set, if there was it could be appealed in a higher court on appeal, with a panel of judges repealing the ruling or accepting it, as a final move it could be referred to the house of lords. A typical case law precedent was in the case of a post op trasexual rape, rape is none gender specific,   The defence claimed that as the vagina was a constructed vagina and did not meet the clinical description and reproductive function of a natal females vagina, then it could not be classed as rape, R versus John Matthews The ruling which confirmed that vaginal rape of a ranssexual woman may be prosecuted as rape October 1996 This important and under-reported ruling confirmed that non-consentual penile penetration of the surgically-constructed vagina of a transsexual woman can, in law, be rape if the other ingredients of the offence are satisfied. In this case, the defendant was acquitted, but an important precedent was set.  It allows the alleged assailant of a transsexual woman to be charged with the more serious offence of rape, rather than the lesser charge of sexual assault, which carries lighter penalties.    read the transcript. http://www.pfc.org.uk/caselaw/R%20versus%20John%20Matthews.pdf   Reading Crown Court RCC NO. T960397 Artillery House Tilehurst Road Reading, Berks Monday, 28th October, 1996 Before: MR JUSTICE HOOPER Regina -v- John Matthews Counsels names not supplied Ruling Monday, 28th October, 1996MR. JUSTICE HOOPER: I now give my reasons for the ruling which I made at the outset of the trial. Count One of the indictment charges the defendant with having raped “C” on the 25th of December 1995. Count Two charges him with indecent assault on a male person, the particulars of the offence being that on the same day he indecently assaulted “C”, a male person. The following admissions have been made: “The complainant was born a biological male on the 18th of November 1958. On the 24th of November 1994 the complainant underwent gender reassignment surgery, which surgery produced a well-constructed, cosmetically acceptable artificial vagina, to enable her to live in the female role. There are anatomical differences between the artificial and natural vagina, namely: 1.The artificial vagina is made from colon, not from vaginal tissue. 2.Being made from colon, the artificial vagina is lined by columnar epithelium, whereas a natural vagina is lined by squamous epithelium. 3.During sexual arousal the lining of the natural vagina undergoes a sweating-like reaction, known as transudation, the result of which is the production of lubricating fluid. An artificial vagina may produce mucus from the glands in the columnar epithelium, but his is a different process from transudation. 4.The natural vagina terminates at the cervix at its inner end, whereas the artificial vagina has no cervix. 5.At or just within the opening of a natural vagina are the two openings of the Bartholin’s Glands (which produce a small quantity of a highly lubricious fluid); the artificial vagina does not have these openings. 6.A natural vagina opens on the vestibule of the vulva, between the labia minora. “C” does not have a labia minora. 7.A natural vagina has the physiological capacity forenormous expansion, such a during childbirth. An artificial vagina does not have this capacity. A natural vagina has a normal female clitoris whichconsists of some erodible tissue and is covered with sensitive glands and a hood of tissue. The artificial vagina has a clitoris constructed of penile tissue.” As to the words in the second paragraph of those admissions, “in the female role”, counsel for the prosecution, Mr. Charles Byers, asked me to assume for the purposes of the ruling that the complainant had had the artificial vagina constructed to enable her to have sexual intercourse. I make that assumption in fact. That assumption was later supported by the evidence. The authorities establish that “C” is, for legal purposes, a male in those circumstances. In those circumstances no submission is made about Count Two. As to Count One, it is submitted by Mr. Peter Cooper, Queen’s Counsel for the defendant that, given the admitted facts, the defendant cannot as a matter of law be convicted of rape.    He submits that the non-consentual penile penetration of the artificial vagina of a biological male cannot, in law, be rape. Section 1 of the Sexual Offences Act 1956, as substituted by the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, provides as follows: 1“It is an offence for a man to commit a rape; to rape a woman or another man. 2.A man commits rape if (a), he has sexual intercourse with a person, whether vaginal or anal, who C at the time of the intercourse does not consent to it, and (b) at the time he knows the person does not consent to the intercourse or is reckless as to whether that person consents to it.” Mr. Cooper submits first that penile penetration of the “vagina” of a biological male does not constitute “sexual intercourse” within the meaning of Section 1. To resolve that issue it is necessary to examine the Sexual Offences Act as originally drafted and as amended by the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1976. Section 1 of the 1956 Act provided: “It is a felony for a man to rape a woman. Rape required vaginal penetration of a woman. Anal penetration could not constitute rape. See the Queen v. Gaston (1981) 73 Criminal Appeal Reports 164 (Court of Appeal). Throughout the act there are references to sexual intercourse (for example, with a girl under 13 or with a defective.) Section 12(1) provided: “It is a felony for a person to commit buggery with another person or with an animal. Section 44, which remains unchanged, provides:  “Where on the trial of any offence under this act, it is necessary to prove sexual intercourse, whether natural or unnatural. It shall not be necessary to prove the completion of the intercourse by the emission of seed. That the intercourse shall be deemed complete upon proof of penetration only.”   The word “natural” in that section was being used to describe heterosexual intercourse. The word “unnatural” to describe heterosexual and homosexual anal intercourse and bestiality. See Gaston at 167. Bestiality requires vaginal or anal intercourse with an animal or by an animal. See: R.v. Bourne (1952) 36 Criminal Appeal Reports 125. The 1976 Act defined the offence of rape. Included within the definition were to be found the words: “A man commits rape if (a) he has unlawful sexual intercourse with a woman who at the time of the intercourse does not consent to it”. Section 7(2) of the 1970 Act provided: “References to sexual intercourse shall be construed in accordance with Section 44 of the Sexual Offences Act 1956, so far as it relates to natural intercourse. (Under which such intercourse is deemed complete on proof of penetration only)”. By virtue of paragraph 35 (4) Schedule 10 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, these words “shall be omitted” from Section 7(2). In my judgement there is no reason to limit the expression “sexual intercourse” in the way being submitted by Mr. Cooper. “Sexual intercourse”means penile penetration of the vagina or anus. The fact that the vagina might be that of a biological male does not prevent it from being “sexual intercourse”. He further submits that the words “vaginal intercourse” in Section 1 does not include penetration of a male’s artificial vagina. If a woman has a natural vagina which is anatomically irregular as a result of a birth defect, an operation or an accident, it would in my judgment be rape to penetrate it. (See S.v.S. (otherwise W) (No 2) [1962] All E.R. 55, at page 63). If a woman had an artificial vagina constructed because of a birth defect or an accident, could it be rape to penetrate it? I have been referred to no authority directly on point. In S.v.S, as Mr. Justice Ormerod said in Corbett v Corbett, [1970] 2 All E.R 33, at 49: “There are passages in the judgement which seemed togo as far as holding that a [woman], born without a vagina at all, could be capable of consummating a marriage by the construction of an entirely artificial one”. In Corbett, Mr. Justice Ormerod said that “he was prepared to hold that” a person with a completely artificial vagina would be incapable of consummating a marriage. In that case the respondent to a petition for a decree of nullity, was born a biological male who, like the complainant, had undergone gender reassignment surgery involving the construction of an artificial vagina. The decree was granted on the basis that the respondent was a male and, in any event, incapable of consummating the marriage because of the artificial vagina. In my judgment, whether or not a woman with an artificial vagina can consummate a marriage is of little help in resolving the issue whether penetration of it would constitute rape. In my judgement, it could. I turn then to the question whether penetration of a male’s artificial vagina can constitute rape in the circumstances reflected by the admissions. Section 1 uses the word “person”. The words “whether vaginal or anal” relate to the intercourse. Indeed, the section might more happily read: “A man commits rape if (a) he has sexual intercourse (whether vaginal or anal) with a person”. [Passage omitted.]Mr. Byers submits that the wording of the section is clear and that it includes penile penetration of a male, of a biological male’s artificial vagina. I accept that submission, notwithstanding that during the use of the offence in rape, in those circumstances it was apparently not-a matter which was mentioned during the debates other than this amendment. Furthermore, rape being the non-consensual penile penetration of either of the two intimate orifices, I see no reason why, as a matter of public policy, that the offence is not committed. In conclusion, therefore, in my judgement, penile penetration of a male’s biological artificial vagina can, in law, constitute rape. There is no dispute that, having resolved the matter in this way, I should direct the jury that, as a matter of law, the penile penetration of this complainant’s vagina is rape if the other ingredients of the offence are satisfied.   Remember this was before the advent of the GRA (Gender Recognition Act  2004)
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  • https://gendersociety.com/forums/topic/10178/-/view/post_id/72165%3C/a%3E   People may have read http://gendersociety.com/forums/topic/10112/divorcing-and-the-unreasonable-transexual where a sugestion that divorce law may be changed to view transexual people more favourably in cases of divorce, this is done by a judge setting a precedent,  Stare Decisis (Latin, Let the decision stand.] The policy of courts to abide by or adhere to principles established by decisions in earlier cases.) The principle of stare decisis was not always applied with uniform strictness. In medieval England, common-law courts looked to earlier cases for guidance, but they could reject those they considered bad law. Courts also placed less than complete reliance on prior decisions because there was a lack of reliable written reports of cases. Official reports of cases heard in various courts began to appear in the United States in the early 1800s, but semiofficial reports were not produced in England until 1865. When published reports became available, lawyers and judges finally had direct access to cases and could more accurately interpret prior decisions, upholding those previously ruled upon, applying the same ideals to similar cases.   Case law precedent. Nevertheless, the principle of stare decisis has always been tempered with a conviction that prior decisions must comport with notions of good reason or they can be overruled by the highest court in the jurisdiction, The concept of precedent, or Stare Decisis, means to follow or adhere to previously decided cases in judging the case at bar. It means that appellate case law should be considered as binding upon lower courts.   The option of Matter of first impression, to apply or make a ruling of precedent, case law. (Legal principles enunciated and embodied in judicial decisions that are derived from the application of particular areas of law to the facts of individual cases).reported decisions of appeals courts and other courts which make new interpretations of the law and, therefore, can be cited as precedents. These interpretations are distinguished from "statutory law" which is the statutes and codes (laws) enacted by legislative bodies, "regulatory law" which is regulations required by agencies based on statutes, and in some states, the Common Law, which is the generally accepted law carried down from England. The rulings in trials and hearings which are not appealed and not reported are not case law and, therefore, not precedent or new interpretations. Law students principally study case law to understand the application of law to facts and learn the courts' subsequent interpretations of statutes. First impression (known as primae impressionis in Latin) is a legal case in which there is no binding authority on the matter presented. Such a case can set forth a completely original issue of law for decision by the courts, which will then set a precedent for similar cases if a judge so rules.. Ratio decidendi (Latin plural rationes decidendi) is a Latin phrase meaning "the reason" or "the rationale for the decision". The ratio decidendi is "the point in a case that determines the judgment" or "the principle that the case establishes" In other words, ratio decidendi is a legal rule derived from, and consistent with, those parts of legal reasoning within a judgment on which the outcome of the case depends,this is done by way of:- Rules of Inference.Conclusions based on evidence given on what is already known and proven or can be reasonably implied from all known facts.         Precedents (case law) a Judges ruling where an existing law, is unclear, to make inclusions, Judges interpret the laws. very rarely is a bad or contentious precedent set, if there was it could be appealed in a higher court on appeal, with a panel of judges repealing the ruling or accepting it, as a final move it could be referred to the house of lords. A typical case law precedent was in the case of a post op trasexual rape, rape is none gender specific,   The defence claimed that as the vagina was a constructed vagina and did not meet the clinical description and reproductive function of a natal females vagina, then it could not be classed as rape, R versus John Matthews The ruling which confirmed that vaginal rape of a ranssexual woman may be prosecuted as rape October 1996 This important and under-reported ruling confirmed that non-consentual penile penetration of the surgically-constructed vagina of a transsexual woman can, in law, be rape if the other ingredients of the offence are satisfied. In this case, the defendant was acquitted, but an important precedent was set.  It allows the alleged assailant of a transsexual woman to be charged with the more serious offence of rape, rather than the lesser charge of sexual assault, which carries lighter penalties.    read the transcript. http://www.pfc.org.uk/caselaw/R%20versus%20John%20Matthews.pdf   Reading Crown Court RCC NO. T960397 Artillery House Tilehurst Road Reading, Berks Monday, 28th October, 1996 Before: MR JUSTICE HOOPER Regina -v- John Matthews Counsels names not supplied Ruling Monday, 28th October, 1996MR. JUSTICE HOOPER: I now give my reasons for the ruling which I made at the outset of the trial. Count One of the indictment charges the defendant with having raped “C” on the 25th of December 1995. Count Two charges him with indecent assault on a male person, the particulars of the offence being that on the same day he indecently assaulted “C”, a male person. The following admissions have been made: “The complainant was born a biological male on the 18th of November 1958. On the 24th of November 1994 the complainant underwent gender reassignment surgery, which surgery produced a well-constructed, cosmetically acceptable artificial vagina, to enable her to live in the female role. There are anatomical differences between the artificial and natural vagina, namely: 1.The artificial vagina is made from colon, not from vaginal tissue. 2.Being made from colon, the artificial vagina is lined by columnar epithelium, whereas a natural vagina is lined by squamous epithelium. 3.During sexual arousal the lining of the natural vagina undergoes a sweating-like reaction, known as transudation, the result of which is the production of lubricating fluid. An artificial vagina may produce mucus from the glands in the columnar epithelium, but his is a different process from transudation. 4.The natural vagina terminates at the cervix at its inner end, whereas the artificial vagina has no cervix. 5.At or just within the opening of a natural vagina are the two openings of the Bartholin’s Glands (which produce a small quantity of a highly lubricious fluid); the artificial vagina does not have these openings. 6.A natural vagina opens on the vestibule of the vulva, between the labia minora. “C” does not have a labia minora. 7.A natural vagina has the physiological capacity forenormous expansion, such a during childbirth. An artificial vagina does not have this capacity. A natural vagina has a normal female clitoris whichconsists of some erodible tissue and is covered with sensitive glands and a hood of tissue. The artificial vagina has a clitoris constructed of penile tissue.” As to the words in the second paragraph of those admissions, “in the female role”, counsel for the prosecution, Mr. Charles Byers, asked me to assume for the purposes of the ruling that the complainant had had the artificial vagina constructed to enable her to have sexual intercourse. I make that assumption in fact. That assumption was later supported by the evidence. The authorities establish that “C” is, for legal purposes, a male in those circumstances. In those circumstances no submission is made about Count Two. As to Count One, it is submitted by Mr. Peter Cooper, Queen’s Counsel for the defendant that, given the admitted facts, the defendant cannot as a matter of law be convicted of rape.    He submits that the non-consentual penile penetration of the artificial vagina of a biological male cannot, in law, be rape. Section 1 of the Sexual Offences Act 1956, as substituted by the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, provides as follows: 1“It is an offence for a man to commit a rape; to rape a woman or another man. 2.A man commits rape if (a), he has sexual intercourse with a person, whether vaginal or anal, who C at the time of the intercourse does not consent to it, and (b) at the time he knows the person does not consent to the intercourse or is reckless as to whether that person consents to it.” Mr. Cooper submits first that penile penetration of the “vagina” of a biological male does not constitute “sexual intercourse” within the meaning of Section 1. To resolve that issue it is necessary to examine the Sexual Offences Act as originally drafted and as amended by the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1976. Section 1 of the 1956 Act provided: “It is a felony for a man to rape a woman. Rape required vaginal penetration of a woman. Anal penetration could not constitute rape. See the Queen v. Gaston (1981) 73 Criminal Appeal Reports 164 (Court of Appeal). Throughout the act there are references to sexual intercourse (for example, with a girl under 13 or with a defective.) Section 12(1) provided: “It is a felony for a person to commit buggery with another person or with an animal. Section 44, which remains unchanged, provides:  “Where on the trial of any offence under this act, it is necessary to prove sexual intercourse, whether natural or unnatural. It shall not be necessary to prove the completion of the intercourse by the emission of seed. That the intercourse shall be deemed complete upon proof of penetration only.”   The word “natural” in that section was being used to describe heterosexual intercourse. The word “unnatural” to describe heterosexual and homosexual anal intercourse and bestiality. See Gaston at 167. Bestiality requires vaginal or anal intercourse with an animal or by an animal. See: R.v. Bourne (1952) 36 Criminal Appeal Reports 125. The 1976 Act defined the offence of rape. Included within the definition were to be found the words: “A man commits rape if (a) he has unlawful sexual intercourse with a woman who at the time of the intercourse does not consent to it”. Section 7(2) of the 1970 Act provided: “References to sexual intercourse shall be construed in accordance with Section 44 of the Sexual Offences Act 1956, so far as it relates to natural intercourse. (Under which such intercourse is deemed complete on proof of penetration only)”. By virtue of paragraph 35 (4) Schedule 10 of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, these words “shall be omitted” from Section 7(2). In my judgement there is no reason to limit the expression “sexual intercourse” in the way being submitted by Mr. Cooper. “Sexual intercourse”means penile penetration of the vagina or anus. The fact that the vagina might be that of a biological male does not prevent it from being “sexual intercourse”. He further submits that the words “vaginal intercourse” in Section 1 does not include penetration of a male’s artificial vagina. If a woman has a natural vagina which is anatomically irregular as a result of a birth defect, an operation or an accident, it would in my judgment be rape to penetrate it. (See S.v.S. (otherwise W) (No 2) [1962] All E.R. 55, at page 63). If a woman had an artificial vagina constructed because of a birth defect or an accident, could it be rape to penetrate it? I have been referred to no authority directly on point. In S.v.S, as Mr. Justice Ormerod said in Corbett v Corbett, [1970] 2 All E.R 33, at 49: “There are passages in the judgement which seemed togo as far as holding that a [woman], born without a vagina at all, could be capable of consummating a marriage by the construction of an entirely artificial one”. In Corbett, Mr. Justice Ormerod said that “he was prepared to hold that” a person with a completely artificial vagina would be incapable of consummating a marriage. In that case the respondent to a petition for a decree of nullity, was born a biological male who, like the complainant, had undergone gender reassignment surgery involving the construction of an artificial vagina. The decree was granted on the basis that the respondent was a male and, in any event, incapable of consummating the marriage because of the artificial vagina. In my judgment, whether or not a woman with an artificial vagina can consummate a marriage is of little help in resolving the issue whether penetration of it would constitute rape. In my judgement, it could. I turn then to the question whether penetration of a male’s artificial vagina can constitute rape in the circumstances reflected by the admissions. Section 1 uses the word “person”. The words “whether vaginal or anal” relate to the intercourse. Indeed, the section might more happily read: “A man commits rape if (a) he has sexual intercourse (whether vaginal or anal) with a person”. [Passage omitted.]Mr. Byers submits that the wording of the section is clear and that it includes penile penetration of a male, of a biological male’s artificial vagina. I accept that submission, notwithstanding that during the use of the offence in rape, in those circumstances it was apparently not-a matter which was mentioned during the debates other than this amendment. Furthermore, rape being the non-consensual penile penetration of either of the two intimate orifices, I see no reason why, as a matter of public policy, that the offence is not committed. In conclusion, therefore, in my judgement, penile penetration of a male’s biological artificial vagina can, in law, constitute rape. There is no dispute that, having resolved the matter in this way, I should direct the jury that, as a matter of law, the penile penetration of this complainant’s vagina is rape if the other ingredients of the offence are satisfied.   Remember this was before the advent of the GRA (Gender Recognition Act  2004)
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