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Paul Chin21 Jul 2009 09:39
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Kelvin Tung21 Jul 2009 09:24
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Jeth Lee21 Jul 2009 09:24
I am a recent graduate of the NUS Law Faculty. I firmly believe that the institution of marriage is premised upon the consent of two willing parties to enter into a lasting relationship of trust and love. There appears to be little reason, apart from pure archaic legacy, to retain a law that permits sexual violence where other portions of the Penal Code criminalise physical violence. I know of no one who supports marital rape (unless one is a perpetrator who does not wish to be punished).
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Anonymous21 Jul 2009 09:23
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Richard Eagleton21 Jul 2009 09:17
Marital rape is as bad as date rape and that is certainly illegal. Please change this law.
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Anonymous21 Jul 2009 08:43
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Jassie Khng21 Jul 2009 02:32
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Anonymous21 Jul 2009 02:30
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Anonymous21 Jul 2009 01:13
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Tan Kai Hiang21 Jul 2009 01:12
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Anonymous21 Jul 2009 00:33
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Ngiam Su-Lin21 Jul 2009 00:12
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Kueh Keji20 Jul 2009 23:38
As a man, I respect that a woman should have the right to say "no" to unwanted sex. Nobody deserves to have non-consensual sex forced upon them, and I am deeply repulsed that we still have a law that allows a man to rape a woman, irregardless of their marital connection. This law is an is absolute outrage, outdated, and long overdue for revision. Kindly do something about it.
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Anonymous20 Jul 2009 23:16
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Anonymous20 Jul 2009 23:06
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Prashant Somosundram20 Jul 2009 23:06
Marriage is not the license for exploitation. Please protect spouses from marital rape.
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Kristen20 Jul 2009 23:06
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Huda20 Jul 2009 23:04
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ANG ZHI WEY20 Jul 2009 22:59
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Siti Hazariah Binte Abu Bakar20 Jul 2009 22:58
At some point, if marital rape isn't really considered rape, then if we scrutinize a little closer, we'll see that we're not that different from less developed countries around us.