Being fairly innocent about these things and only recently having found out what ‘pearl necklace’ means (never was a ZZ Top fan) thanks to the Christian Porter teenage rape scandal we’ve come across another term, ‘stealthing’, which apparently entails removing a condom some time during the act of fornication unbeknownst to the … lady. Is this what Julian Assange did in Sweden that one time? Possibly.
Unaccountably the Australian Capital Territory is non-constitutionally allowed to have its own government and the Liberal Opposition there have taken up the important issue of stealthing, demanding the ruling Labor-Greens coalition make it explicitly a form of rape in law.
Canberra Liberals leader Elizabeth Lee, below, because she has nothing better to do, says
Stealthing is an appalling thing to do to any woman; any man; any person.
Apparently a Monash University study of 2,000 people in 2018 found that one in three women had been ‘stealthed’ in their slutty lives, which sounds a lot, until you find out (no thanks to the ABC) that the polled group were disease riddled patients at a ‘sexual health’ clinic, and “women who had been stealthed were more likely to be a current sex worker [prostitute]”.
It’s not clear if Elizabeth Lee has ever suffered from this kind of abuse, and that is the reason she is so pre-occupied with it:
The Labor-Greens coalition, below, were a little flummoxed by the Liberals’ focus on this issue, as they say ‘stealthing’ is already illegal in general terms, but are willing to assent to Lee’s fervent desire to see it explicitly mentioned in the law.
It’s a great electoral choice people in Canberra have, the Labor-Greens and the wetter than wet Liberals, and they are going to try to out-compete each other in their bored useless midwit bureaucrat and politician fashion to come up with ever more granular, fussing, nit-picking forms of social control legislation, forever. It’s a choice Canberrans deserve on the whole.