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man are being discriminated more and more....maybe it`s time we fight back...
Please excuse me for not tugging my forelock to your ladyship, but I`ve been afflicted with this weird idea that the law should be the same for everyone regardless of their sex. What a loony I am!
If the woman had an attack of the vapours at the sight of a nude man, she should get back in her time machine and return to the Victorian age.
If the child was traumatised at the sight of a nude man, it`s the fault of whoever trained them to be (probably Victorian Lady mother). A strong nudity taboo is not natural - we only have it because we`re trained to.
At most, all that was needed was for a couple of coppers to drive over and tell the guy to close his curtains if he was nude at home.
I`ve just had a quick check - Canadian law regarding public nudity explicitly includes nudity in your own home (or anyone else`s home) if you can be seen from outside. Section 174, subsection 1b. Subsection 2 also explicitly redefines `nude` to include wearing clothes that someone decides are an offense to decency or order. Which could mean anything, of course.
But at least Canadian law isn`t as sexist as UK law, so you beat us on that one. A woman can be charged under your law.
Yes. Say, for example, you were having surgery for something that required a general. You might well be naked on the operating table - clothing might be in the way. Since you`d be unconscious, you wouldn`t have any intentions. Or maybe someone gets stupidly drunk and someone strips them so they don`t sleep entangled in their cloths. It might be possible for someone that drunk to get injured by their own clothes, maybe if, say, a sleeve got twisted when they moved in their sleep and became a tourniquet. Or maybe, less considerately, to get more skin to write on with a marker pen to make them a laughing-stock.
No jury will find this man guilty, rest assured.[/quote]
He was found guilty.
So he`s a registered sex offender, which means that pretty much everyone who doesn`t know about the case will think he`s a child abuser.
He`s already lost one job because of it. Maybe he`ll lose his child(ren) as well.
It`s worse here in the UK. It`s considered a serious sex offense, with up to 10 years in jail and entry on the sex offenders registry. Only for men, of course. Feminism has done well here and laws are continually being rewritten to make them sexist (or more sexist) against men.
No jury will find this man guilty, rest assured.
"This is what sucks about being rational. You got morons who couldn`t survive a week without their Wal-Mart on one side, and old bureaucrat farts who won`t rasp their last croak. Who wins? The people who rakes in the most money and the ignorant."
But what the hell is wrong with that woman? She`s trespassing and looking in his window. What kind of example is she setting for that kid she was with?
Another issue is what in the hell is wrong with that women!? Is there not a sidewalk 5 feet from the yard?If I were that man, I`d immediately yell at her for forging a path in my lawn D:
jinxiejae, the man can charge for trespassing. And, if he wanted to be an ass, charge for conspiracy to commit a felony (won`t hold in court lol, but just to be an arse.)I don`t think Voyeurism would work in this case due to the child being there.
And thats total B.S. Why aren`t the police charging the people cutting through his yard? Isn`t that trespassing?
why wasn`t the lady arrested for being on someone else`s property?
what the hell was the lady doing with her child at 5:30 in the morning anyway?
and the cops are ....not nice.....why the hell are they trying to proceed with the case, when the KNOW the dude didn`t do anything wrong.
The passersby were on HIS property too, isn`t there something illegal about that?