The definition will matter

Pestering women in the street or in pubs and making lewd comments at them could become an offence under plans to criminalise “public sexual harassment”, which are set to be announced next week.

A government-commissioned review of hate crimes will call for public sexual harassment and inciting hatred against women to be made criminal offences as part of an overhaul of laws to protect women and girls against violence.

Given current ideas it’s possible to see this degenerating into it being an offence not to catcall certain. For is not a trans a woman and to be treated exactly the same?

13 thoughts on “The definition will matter”

  1. And how many mouthy females will be so prosecuted? Wanna bet none? Increasingly if Plod shows up you might as well kick off and make them regret their increasingly cushy Marxist commissar jobs.

  2. Sounds likee the Incels’ charter, being as how it won’t be safe to talk to a woman again.

    (Didn’t we already have laws against violence? I coulda sworn we did.)

  3. public sexual harassment and inciting hatred against women to be made criminal offences

    Sex discrimination!

  4. Let me guess, the vast majority of those being arrested for this offence will be from the more diverse elements of society, which will of course prove how racist society is, its all the fault of white people…..cont p.94

  5. Wolf whistling at women from a construction site isn’t espousing hatred of women. The total opposite in fact.

  6. So…. Ordinary blokes trying a pass at the pub can get Process-is-Punishmented, and all the Vibrant Youths of Undeterminded Descent ignore everything as usual and don’t get bothered Because…

    And people wonder why there’s no “respect for the Law” anymore….

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