So in this article we read about a man who was looking for a one night stand, presumably one he didn’t have to pay for, and found it, only to be dragged through the courts on a rape charge for 13 months at a cost of 90,000 pounds when the binge-drinking, drunken female he spent the night with felt violated.
Right. So I don’t feel bad for the man–you get what you pay for–and since it was sex with no strings attached that he wanted, he probably should have gone to an official prostitute, where this is understood. Or is “caveat emptor” the real premise here–don’t have sex with drunken lawyers…
Certainly no sympathy for the woman either, though. Wrongly accusing someone is always wrong, and certainly a little personal responsibility in the equation never hurts. I’m hard pressed to give advice–four bottles instead of five next time, young miss?
We (royal) note that apparently you can go through years of higher education and still be…not smart.by