The women running Britain’s pioneering Rape Crisis Centre have shunned publicity to protect clients. by Anna Coote

May 28, 1976: The women running Britain’s pioneering Rape Crisis Centre have shunned publicity to protect clients.

The above article appeared in the Guardian, page 13, on said date, its title continues Anna Coote is the first journalist to be allowed inside. Here she reports their vital work

Vital to whom? Many attacks are said to go on for hours and to include oral sex and buggery; this is also A HALLMARK of a false allegation. A woman who is subjected to that kind of attack does not need counselling, she needs to report to the police pronto, and a hospital.

The article goes on to say the airheads who work at this centre are anxious to deglamourise rape. Seriously? They are said to have counselled no fewer than 36 victims since it opened ten weeks ago. Funding is said to come from the Barrow and Geraldine S. Cadbury Trust. Of the staff themselves, the reader is told: “Many of them are feminists, but they have no wish to evangelise” (only to pervert the rule of law!)

Here though is the gem of the piece:


False accusers need help too?


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