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Adrian Ke24 Nov 2009 22:30
This is a huge blow to the face of civilized law in Singapore. England has repealed marital rape immunity two decades ago. It is time for Singapore to catch up.
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Vinda Karunan24 Nov 2009 22:29
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Anonymous24 Nov 2009 22:24
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Anand Vaidya24 Nov 2009 22:15
Unacceptable , inhuman, Singapore, please ban marital rape.
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Chun Yeow24 Nov 2009 21:55
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Lee Xing Wei24 Nov 2009 21:21
A woman should never have to go through the trauma of rape, much less be at the receiving end from the one she loves.
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Anonymous24 Nov 2009 20:51
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Anonymous24 Nov 2009 20:43
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Felicia Tay24 Nov 2009 19:49
Sexual violation, against any living person, shouldn't be cordoned because for one, there was no consensus and individual rights to say 'NO' ought to be respected.
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Anonymous24 Nov 2009 19:21
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Terence Quek24 Nov 2009 18:29
Let's take positive action against violence.
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Margaret Choo24 Nov 2009 17:35
Let the hurting STOP !!! Protect the victims.
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Anonymous24 Nov 2009 16:36
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Anonymous24 Nov 2009 16:17
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hochanchan24 Nov 2009 16:12
i stand for justice and equality and compassion
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Halijah Mohamad24 Nov 2009 15:42
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Tan Ee Wee24 Nov 2009 15:25
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Anonymous24 Nov 2009 15:24
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Anonymous24 Nov 2009 15:23
Everyone should be able to do something out of their free will. If such matter is brought up, it means that the severity of this matter is gravely and should be looked upon. Be it a married woman, or a minor or even a single woman, I think it is unfair for them to not be able to voice such abuse towards them. If a minor can be looked upon, why not other older woman, arent they not allowed such rights, why is that so? Such abuse is detrimental to the health and the personal growth if it is consistently done and help is not provided.
Will the government bears responsible for those victimised women where it is concerning their health and personal growth?
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Anonymous24 Nov 2009 15:20