Criminalise possession of 'rape porn', campaigners urge David Cameron

Criminalise possession of 'rape porn', campaigners urge David Cameron

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Anti-rape groups have written to PM arguing that such material 'glorifies, trivialises and normalises' abuse of femalesMore than a hundred anti-rape groups and campaigners have written to the prime minister urging him to make it a criminal offence to possess internet pornography depicting rape.They argue that such material "glorifies, trivialises...
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