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rosalind tan16 Aug 2009 21:39
If we are to move forward as a nation, it's time to update the Penal Code.
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Heng Poh Huang16 Aug 2009 21:26
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Yee Futian16 Aug 2009 21:20
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Shruthi Kumar16 Aug 2009 21:02
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Colin Chan16 Aug 2009 20:57
Marriage is not an excuse to rape
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Chow Yun Feng16 Aug 2009 20:47
Just because they are married does not make it alright for the man to abuse the wife.
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Anonymous16 Aug 2009 20:45
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Anonymous16 Aug 2009 20:45
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Hannah16 Aug 2009 20:21
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Anonymous16 Aug 2009 20:12
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Lim Tow Rong16 Aug 2009 19:55
rape is wrong, no matter married or not. rape causes harm to the victim and they should be protected from it. under the system of justice, retribution should be carried out on the offender in full.
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Anonymous16 Aug 2009 19:47
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Robyn Constance Yzelman16 Aug 2009 19:33
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Anonymous16 Aug 2009 19:15
Nobody should be allowed to get away with rape, regardless of whether the victim is married to her offender or not. Make rape illegal - ALL rape.
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Yee See Wun16 Aug 2009 19:10
Dear sir,

All form of non-consensual sex when one partner forces on another should be defined as rape. The status and relationship between the partner should be of no consequence to the legality of such shameful violence
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Suresh Nair16 Aug 2009 19:04
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Sangeeta Kumar16 Aug 2009 19:00
We pride ourselves in being a developed nation- in terms of economic progress and perhaps more fundamentally, in thought. Yet, rape under the convenient veil of marriage is deemed acceptable. This denies the married woman the right to seek recourse should she be violated by her husband. How is this fair?
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Yi Jing Lee16 Aug 2009 18:59
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Anonymous16 Aug 2009 18:56
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Anonymous16 Aug 2009 18:47