British backpacker Grace Millane was killed after a Tinder date in New Zealand. Her attacker claimed she died in an “sex game gone wrong,” amid a rise in what’s become known as the “50 Shades” defense. https://t.co/Q1Hxg75mDM
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- We Can’t Consent To This campaigners say men accused of murder should be banned from using “rough sex” as a legal defense in the wake of the life imprisonment of Grace Millane’s killer.
- Queensland police knew that Rowan Baxter, an ex-rugby player who doused his wife and three children with petrol and set them ablaze, had a history of domestic violence. A detective investigating the murder has been taken off the case for suggesting that Baxter was “driven too far by issues he’s suffered.”
- The US women’s soccer team demands over $66 million in damages as part of their sex discrimination lawsuit against the US Soccer Federation.
- Indian women say they were forced to undergo gynecological exams to prove their fitness for work.