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FairfaxAikman Wed 08-Aug-18 08:51:20

And isn't even subtle about it.
Again emphasising the need for single sex spaces and the ability to challenge male bodies people in them

https://www.thecourier.co.uk/fp/news/local/fife/702003/fife-teen-on-sex-offenders-register-after-supermarket-child-attacks/

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riiiiight Wed 08-Aug-18 08:57:20

He is pretty fucking lucky that the parent of the ten year old didn't rip him to shreds. I would have drowned him in the toilet.

heresyandwitchcraft Wed 08-Aug-18 10:09:43

Jesus, the story is even worse than the title suggests. This is clearly a sexual predator with an MO for young girls being assaulted in toilets.

So he films a 12-year old girl in a women's toilet, and then sexually assaults a 10-year old. It gives me goosebumps to think that the father is waiting outside the women's toilet, thinking his girl is safe in there.

He is pretty fucking lucky that the parent of the ten year old didn't rip him to shreds. I would have drowned him in the toilet.

I, too, would have considered that course of action.

VickyEadie Wed 08-Aug-18 10:14:34

Something something 'it's already happening, so why are you bothered about opening up women's toilets...'

Ereshkigal Wed 08-Aug-18 10:19:27

That's horrible. We absolutely need to be able to challenge males in female spaces. They shouldn't be in there. The ill thought through assumption seems to be that we shouldn't ever say anything because any male in the loos is there because they are stunning and brave. I'm going to send this clipping to my MP etc.

riiiiight Wed 08-Aug-18 10:22:07

^ It gives me goosebumps to think that the father is waiting outside the women's toilet, thinking his girl is safe in there.^

I hadn't considered the total lack of fear involved there. Dad hovering outside, as is fairly normal when a ten year old girl goes in the ladies on her own. He just figures she won't say anything if he threatens her. Clearly this isn't the first time he has physically assaulted a girl is it?

IfNotNowThenWhen1 Wed 08-Aug-18 10:29:51

Toilet drowning is too good for him.

heresyandwitchcraft Wed 08-Aug-18 10:31:20

Clearly this isn't the first time he has physically assaulted a girl is it?

I highly doubt it, given that this seemed to be a pattern.

Did you notice this part of the article:

She explained that a crazy man with long hair was in the bathroom...

I am not incorporating the rest of the passage, as it's so upsetting. My question is, am I reading too much into it if I wonder about the "long hair" part?

JellySlice Wed 08-Aug-18 10:33:12

* My question is, am I reading too much into it if I wonder about the "long hair" part?*

In which case you're falling into the genderised view of the trans-ideologists.

(DM to boys with longer hair than me)

JellySlice Wed 08-Aug-18 10:33:52

Though naturally I wonder, too. But draw no conclusions.

TheGoldenWolfFleece Wed 08-Aug-18 10:33:55

Brave little girls.

JellySlice Wed 08-Aug-18 10:37:29

What is more significant I think is that he had clearly already been in the women's toilets with a carer, who allowed him to return to the toilets unsupervised. That does imply that he and his carer thought he was entitled to enter the women's toilets.

Juells Wed 08-Aug-18 10:37:36

It seemed to me, from the article, that the boy involved was special needs.

JellySlice Wed 08-Aug-18 10:38:42

Had, not was. TGLWGH and use language properly.

heresyandwitchcraft Wed 08-Aug-18 10:42:26

But draw no conclusions.

Good advice. I shall not speculate. Whoever did this is a dangerous sexual predator and should not be allowed anywhere near girls.

IdaDown Wed 08-Aug-18 10:44:03

I picked up on that Jelly.

Juells Wed 08-Aug-18 10:44:14

What does TGLWGH mean? Please speak proper. grin

seafret Wed 08-Aug-18 10:46:04

The poor girl sad

Is interesting that the article repeatedly just says "teenager" with no mention of their sex, only the victim is quoted as saying "man".

riiiiight Wed 08-Aug-18 10:50:36

Is that not down to the paper needing to protect his anonymity because of his age though?

I hadn't thought about the long hair aspect, but lots of boys have long hair. Sometime papers will give hints about the things they can't say won't they.

JellySlice Wed 08-Aug-18 10:50:45

Touché Juells. You're quite right, sorry.

They Go Low We Go High. The need to be circumspect in how we speak and behave.

To say the someone is special needs objectifies them. Even though that is nothing to do with trans issues, it is what trans ideology does: objectifies people. Better to say that a person has special needs.

FloralCup Wed 08-Aug-18 11:02:41

What is more significant I think is that he had clearly already been in the women's toilets with a carer, who allowed him to return to the toilets unsupervised. That does imply that he and his carer thought he was entitled to enter the women's toilets.
Not necessarily. The article said the teen and carer were heading for the exit when the teen returned to the toilets by himself. Supermarket toilets are often off one corridor so he may have previously used the gents or accessible loo but then went into the ladies.

FairfaxAikman Wed 08-Aug-18 11:08:41

@JellySlice it says he was in the toilets- doesn't specify male or female and at both stores the toilets have a single entrance before branching off into the separate spaces.

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JellySlice Wed 08-Aug-18 11:14:28

Yes, suppose it could be like that. I dont know the store.

Which just proves my point that drawing conclusions from speculation is not a good idea!

ColumboHere Wed 08-Aug-18 11:18:31

Why was a 17 year old male in the female toilets anyway?

heresyandwitchcraft Wed 08-Aug-18 11:19:15

Yes. Sorry for derailing, there is really no evidence nor does it make a difference to the fact that the person who committed these crimes is terrible. It was mainly something I noticed and wondered about, so wanted to hear another opinion to tell me I was being crazy. Clearly my paranoia meter is on 200% in this day and age, and I am working on bringing it down.

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