Tag: sexual assault

"All women are whores, except your own mother" and the #MeToo discussion

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 12 January 2018 9 Comments
"All women are whores, except your own mother" and the #MeToo discussion

"All women are whores, except your own mother" is a much heard saying. Geenstijl wrote an article in 2012 with the title 'Women are whores. All of them'. In that article they referred to a survey highlighted by their sister company, de Telegraaf, via the website vrouw.nl. Yes, Geenstijl and De Telegraaf are both part of [...]

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It should be over with that #MeToo whine

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 8 January 2018 9 Comments
It should be over with that #MeToo whine

It is regularly told me that I am making fun of the #MeToo revelations of the last time. We can still be happy that a trend has finally arisen where people dare to speak out and a taboo is broken. That is the image that is put down, but [...]

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Why Michael Panhuis confessed to the murder of Anne Faber

Filed in ANNE FABER, NEWS ANALYZES by on 13 October 2017 19 Comments
Why Michael Panhuis confessed to the murder of Anne Faber

In the press conference yesterday it became clear that the police would have found the body of Anne Faber on the instructions of Michael Panhuis (What's in the name?). That automatically means that Michael must have made a confession. After all, you can not tell where the body is if you are not the perpetrator yourself. Suits […]

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