Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Police Forcefully Having Sex with Sex Workers is Theft, not Rape - Ime Bishop
The actor, in his video on his Instagram, shared that there is a difference between rape and theft.
His argument is rested on the notion that sex workers have no self pride and dignity. He shared that rape is when a woman is forced to have sex, and her “self pride and dignity” is taken away.
For sex workers, he said, what the policemen have been accused of is theft, because they sell sex, and the sex was forcefully taken from them.
But the truth is this: Rape is Rape. It doesn’t matter what the victim does for a living. It’s that simple.