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    (Original post by edithwashere)
    Of course you can be groped in supermarkets. Unless you're speaking on behalf of all gropers, you don't know where they're going to do it. And you think women shouldn't be allowed in nightclubs? Ridiculous.
    No but its far less likely to happen in places like supermarkets than in clubs. Even if you did get groped in a supermarket you could get them prosecuted for it whilst being taken very seriously unlike in clubs.
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    Because when it happens when you're with a bunch of friends and you turn round to see who did it they're usually gone.
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    (Original post by sissoko46)
    No but its far less likely to happen in places like supermarkets than in clubs. Even if you did get groped in a supermarket you could get them prosecuted for it whilst being taken very seriously unlike in clubs.
    It isn't inevitable that you'll get groped though, it just happens frequently. Avoiding clubbing altogether would just mean they've won, why should I change my behaviour radically just because I've been victimised sexually? You'd do better to ban men who grope from clubs, rather than the women they grope :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by danny111)
    That actually happened to you?
    Not in any real dangerous sense.
    More often than not I see women giggling and trying to run into the blokes toilets, nobody bats and eyelid!
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    (Original post by edithwashere)
    It isn't inevitable that you'll get groped though, it just happens frequently. Avoiding clubbing altogether would just mean they've won, why should I change my behaviour radically just because I've been victimised sexually? You'd do better to ban men who grope from clubs, rather than the women they grope :rolleyes:
    No they only win when you keep going back and giving them free meat to grope. If all girls stopped going then the guys would also stop going which would force nightclubs to take it more seriously.
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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    Pursuing the situation by following you into the toilets... :indiff:
    You didn't complain the other night Viks! hell you violated me if anything :lol:
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    (Original post by sissoko46)
    No they only win when you keep going back and giving them free meat to grope. If all girls stopped going then the guys would also stop going which would force nightclubs to take it more seriously.
    If you really think you can get all women to willingly stop going to nightclubs, feel free to try. Since it'll never happen, your point is pretty pointless.
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    You didn't complain the other night Viks! hell you violated me if anything :lol:
    Mr Frenchy Pierre, toilet following is no laughing matter. :sigh:

    But seriously, I have violated you several times, sometimes I'm not even sure if you were awake. :nothing:
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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    Not in any real dangerous sense.
    More often than not I see women giggling and trying to run into the blokes toilets, nobody bats and eyelid!
    On purpose? I've never seen that
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    (Original post by TwilightKnight)
    I've had a girl randomly put her hands down my pants at a club before, so it's not just girls who get "groped".
    I presume you took a firm stance against her?
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    (Original post by danny111)
    On purpose? I've never seen that
    On purpose.

    I've seen it more times than I'd like to admit. :nooo:
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    (Original post by edithwashere)
    If you really think you can get all women to willingly stop going to nightclubs, feel free to try. Since it'll never happen, your point is pretty pointless.
    Exactly which leads to people thinking that its okay to grope.
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    (Original post by Teofilo)
    I presume you took a firm stance against her?
    I see what you did there. :ahee:.
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    (Original post by Teofilo)
    I presume you took a firm stance against her?
    Yea, with his third leg. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    Mr Frenchy Pierre, toilet following is no laughing matter. :sigh:

    But seriously, I have violated you several times, sometimes I'm not even sure if you were awake. :nothing:
    I know so why do you keep following me! :fuhrer:

    You what while I was asleep :eek:
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    (Original post by tehFrance)
    I know so why do you keep following me! :fuhrer:

    You what while I was asleep :eek:
    I can't help myself. :pierre:

    I did unspeakable things.
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    (Original post by sissoko46)
    Exactly which leads to people thinking that its okay to grope.
    How does allowing women to enter a certain type of establishment make people think it's okay to grope? Your logic is really warped, the people responsible are the gropers, they are the people who should have to change their behaviour, not the women who are being groped.
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    (Original post by edithwashere)
    How does allowing women to enter a certain type of establishment make people think it's okay to grope? Your logic is really warped, the people responsible are the gropers, they are the people who should have to change their behaviour, not the women who are being groped.
    But if they wont change their behaviour and nor is anyone ready to protect you from them in anyway. Then what else can you possibly do about it?
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    (Original post by sissoko46)
    But if they wont change their behaviour and nor is anyone ready to protect you from them in anyway. Then what else can you possibly do about it?
    Self defence classes worked well for me. I don't go to nightclubs because I don't like alcohol, but I don't want to be forced to leave an establishment because some bloke thinks that's the best way for me to avoid getting groped :rolleyes:
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    Because it just happens so often and it's near enough impossible to prove
 
 
 
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