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This one is out in left field, so hold on to your seats, folks.

The British Police have been under fire for some time now; their PC culture has dominated the news, and from the sounds of this last issue it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere.

The Northern Ireland Police have begun warning citizens via Twitter “If you bump into that special someone under the mistletoe tonight, remember that without consent it is rape.”

Wow. So if you meet your significant other under the mistletoe, in the name of tradition, if they (I should say he, because we all know this is just another man-hating tool) do not ask permission and just kiss you without asking, THAT is rape.

So my first question is when did we redefine rape? I draw a serious issue with the idea that a kiss without consent is anything more than rude. And with that said, where is the logic behind going after a mistletoe? It’s a Christmas tradition dating back to the Norse mythology.

But not to worry, this is coming from the same group that said last month that child pornography should be decriminalized. So they’re obviously experts on the subject.

Of course, this is the left we’re talking about. They’ve always been the side of logic. The whole “everything is rape” narrative is beyond out of hand, but this one is a new low.

Thankfully, the British Police have responded to the backlash it has received, tweeting “We posted a message on Twitter yesterday that some may have taken out of context but the message remains the same; when you are out socialising over the Christmas period, please remember without consent it is rape.”

Glad you could clear that up for us, guys. The people of Great Britain must be so content knowing that you have their backs if they see couples kissing on Christmas. Keep up the good work.

 

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