I think they might be confusing some stories here

The prime minister ordered the review after a former government ministerial press officer, Brittany Higgins, 26, last month alleged that she had been raped by a colleague in a ministerial office in March 2019. The federal police are now investigating Higgins’s allegations.

Vile, foul, criminal, jail ’em.

In a video seen by The Sydney Morning Herald, a man performs a sex act on another man in an office. The green carpet visible in the video matches the carpet from the floor of the House of Representatives’ wing of the parliament, the newspaper said.

There’s sorta a hint of a suspicion that these might not be the same people.

6 thoughts on “I think they might be confusing some stories here”

  1. “In a video seen by The Sydney Morning Herald, a man performs a sex act on another man in an office.”

    How dare they assume xe’s gender

  2. “In a video seen by The Sydney Morning Herald, a man performs a sex act on another man in an office.”

    How dare they assume xe’s gender !

  3. It all depends what you mean by a “sex act”. Didn’t Slick Willie argue that willy-slicking wasn’t a sex act?

  4. Re the Brittany Higgins affair, I found the security guard’s tale entertaining.

    Evidently during the previous guard’s duty, Brittany and an unnamed bloke, both considerably under the weather, came into the office. Since they were known to the guard, their lack of passes was ignored.

    This guard mentioned to next one that the bloke but not Brittany had left. (Presumably he was going home to his wife.) So something funny might be going on. Thus during her rounds she checked the minister’s office. And there was Brittany, stark naked and dead to the world.

    The guard closed the door to preserve her dignity and left her to it.

    Two years later Brit decided to claim rape. So this certainly sounds like one of those in which the lady decided she’d refused consent after the event.

  5. The reason for all these things coming out now, and being confused, is that parts of the media have decided ‘ALP is not going to win the next election, we need to destroy the Liberal party’. Hence we get the ABC airing claims of a rape 33 years ago by Christian Porter (Attorney General). They’re trying to create a vibe of general and accepted sexual abuse.

    Personally I think the Australian Labor Party should be a little bit careful in being outraged by the allegations. I doubt their staffers are any better.

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