A revelation! Women have had a perfect way to protect themselves from rape all along, as defense attorney in a rape case explains.
"All she would have had to do was to close her legs . . . it’s as simple as that," he told the jury. "Why didn’t she do that? . . . The reason she didn’t do that was because the sex was consensual, as easy as that."
Just…close…your legs, and you’re impervious to rape? This crime has been perpetrated throughout civilization for thousands of years, and now for the first time ever, a lawyer has had the stunning insight into all they’ve ever had to do was execute this trivial little maneuver with two appendages. This evidence was irrelevant:
When he tried to kiss and grope her she clearly said no, and was clearly saying no as he bent her against a wall and raped her.
It doesn’t matter if you say no, if you fail to make the Impenetrable Closed Legs Maneuver.
No word yet on whether this brilliant argument got his client off.