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On 30 June 2016, the Police in Sweden have come up with a sure-fire way to stop Middle Eastern refugees from raping local women: wristbands that read “Don’t Touch Me.” In a press release announcing the idiotic attempt to stem the flood of women reporting being sexually assaulted, the national police announced that “groping is a crime.” “No one should have to accept sexual molestation. And if you are groped, report it to the police,” said Chief Dan Eliasson, Breitbart is reporting.
Like many similar articles, the site approached the story from the assumption Sweden and other European countries had seen an uptick of sexual assaults due to an influx of refugees from the Middle East: Notwithstanding the fact that most men bent on raping a woman aren’t going to be dissuaded by a silicone bracelet, since the surge in reports is due to Middle Eastern perpetrators, they’re unlikely to be able to read the bracelets anyway — which are written in Swedish.
Such articles linked to a June 2016 press release issued by police in Sweden.
If you engaged in a half-dozen sex acts with your spouse, then later you felt you had not given consent, in Sweden that would be classified as six cases of rape.
The marked increase in rape cases during the 2000s is almost entirely a reflection of Sweden’s deep public interest in sexual equality and the rights of women, not of attacks by newcomers.
Imagine, for example, if your boss rubbed against you in an unwanted way at work once a week for a year.
In Canada, this would potentially be a case of sexual assault.