Sex is one of the basic acts that allows two humans to sustain life by reproducing another human. As a species and a society sex gives us the capacity to generate new life to replace those that are dying or dead. What happens after the creation process depends on how society shapes itself.


Fortunately, the act of reproduction is fairly straightforward, or fool proof and as a species evolution has ensured that humans feel the need to procreate. Indeed, we are much too successful at sustaining our kind because we are an intelligent species, but not clever enough (at the moment) to be able to prevent uncontrolled population growth.


The evolutionary process made fertilising the female's eggs pleasurable as the reward for copulating; the name given when a male inserts his sexual organ, his penis, into the female counterpart; her vagina. Copulating is the coupling of two humans for the male to give sperm and for the female to receive it, also known as mating.


What happens then is that the parties to the mating union, exchange body fluids after a rhythmic ritual stimulates the male's reproductive organs to implant his DNA (sperm) into the woman host via a lubricating and delivery fluid that is called semen. If the woman is ovulating (producing eggs) the sperm will penetrate her egg(s) and fertilise it, so beginning the production of a human embryo inside the woman's womb.



Vagina, clitoris, labia and hymen


THE ULTIMATE RAPE - This is a picture of a vagina where the hymen is open. This woman could not be described as a virgin. After penetration, a girl's hymen opens. Before penetration, a girl's hymen is tightly closed. You can measure this with a colposcope. Melanie Liebenberg saw that the claimant's hymen with tightly closed. She then tried to tease the hymen open to effect the look of penetration, but even with labial traction, the girls hymen remained tightly closed. You would need to be completely incompetent not to the put any girl claiming rape, into the correct position to measure from the vaginal wall to the hymen. Melanie Leibenberg was not incompetent, she was deliberately concealing the facts from the Court/Jury.


She got away with it, because the Judge, Cedric Joseph, was helping the prosecution wherever he could, to the point of committing perjury, in wrongfully instructing the Jury that a diary with important dates in it, belonged to the accused, when in fact, it belonged to the claimant's mother. This woman had hidden her work diary in her loft to prevent Sussex Police finding it. She could not take the chance that an honest officer would not realize that the dates in this diary did not corroborate her daughter's story, but rather confirmed the defendant's assertions that he had no had the opportunities for contact in private, that the girl was claiming.



Too much is made of the reproductive act, where the attraction process that nature uses to ensure that one party to the act of copulation is drawn to the other, is overplayed to the extreme in advertising and films. There is a whole sex industry that has built up from the implants in our imagination as to exciting ways to perform what is a basic reproductive function. When in fact we should be downplaying the act to help reduce our population and to help stop one human hurting another by forcing him or herself on another person who may not be at all interested in role play - or indeed, actually making another human being, when they wanted no part in adding another person to the seven billion or so persons that are currently draining planet earth's resources.




In Britain, the State supports single parent mothers, making it attractive financially for the female of the species to become pregnant and conceive without the need for a mate to support her. The lone female can claim all kinds of state benefits while she is bringing a child into the world, hence the state is also responsible for population growth in the United Kingdom.




From 2002, David Blunkett was persuaded (by the female lobby) to help females maintain a hold over the male of the species by giving them the ability to claim rape without the need for any supporting evidence. Worse, this member of Parliament changed the law so that a person accused of a sexual crime is presumed guilty, contrary to the tenets of Article 6 of the Human Rights Act 1998 and the European Convention of Human Rights. Blunkett was at the time having an affair while he was the Home Secretary and we wonder if sexual favours were traded so as to blind this politician as to what he was doing.


What this means in-effect is that a woman has the man "Under Her Thumb," a role reversal where in times past a man was able to beat his partner, provided that the beating stick was no thicker than the width of his thumb - also a law that is morally offensive.


Women's Rights have come a long way and equality is a good thing. But this change in British law has now made men subservient to unscrupulous women, of which there are unfortunately many willing to take such advantage - most especially when a man who they might be particularly dependent on decides to leaves their relationship, when he may be threatened that she will "Get Him," if he does so.




Under the new laws of England a woman or a girl might fabricate a story quite convincingly because they are not only educated about the law, but also given the phrases that will reach out to a Jury to persuade those members of the public to convict anyone who is accused - without any warning from a Judge as to how dangerous that might be.


The police are more than willing to help anyone making such allegations, by allowing them extra time to work out the kinks in their story by not securing the crime scene effectively and allowing even correcting them (coaching) when they say things that contradict what they might have said before. This is known as crafting the evidence and it is illegal, but it reality happens all the time.


There are shocking cases where, for example, Sussex Police have given an accuser two weeks to come up with a better story, and then when under pressure from a former Mason to obtain a conviction to appease his daughter and granddaughter following the break up of an engagement, allowed the accusers to hide inconvenient evidence - and then turn a blind eye to other evidence - by not securing it. In this case it was the accuser's DVD collection, her mother's work diary and her computer hard drive.




Life has evolved from simple stages to more complex ones, and so have the reproduction mechanisms. Initially the reproduction was a replicating process that consists in producing new individuals that contain the same genetic information as the original or parent individual. This mode of reproduction is called asexual, and it is still used by many species, particularly unicellular, but it is also very common in multicellular organisms. In sexual reproduction, the genetic material of the offspring comes from two different individuals.

In complex organisms, the sex organs are the parts that are involved in the production and exchange of gametes in sexual reproduction. Many species, particularly animals, have sexual specialization, and their populations are divided into male and female individuals. Conversely, there are also species in which there is no sexual specialization, and the same individuals both contain masculine and feminine reproductive organs, and they are called hermaphrodites. This is very frequent in plants.



How to navigate sex in the modern world, The Guardian





Sexual reproduction involves the combining and mixing of genetic traits: specialized cells known as gametes combine to form offspring that inherit traits from each parent. Gametes can be identical in form and function (known as isogamy), but in many cases an asymmetry has evolved such that two different types of gametes (heterogametes) exist (known as anisogamy).

The gametes produced by an organism define its sex: males produce small gametes (spermatozoa, or sperm, in animals; pollen in plants) while females produce large gametes (ova, or egg cells); individual organisms which produce both male and female gametes are termed hermaphroditic. Frequently, physical differences are associated with the different sexes of an organism; these sexual dimorphisms can reflect the different reproductive pressures the sexes experience. For instance, mate choice and sexual selection can accelerate the evolution of physical differences between the sexes.

Among humans and other mammals, males typically carry XY chromosomes, whereas females typically carry XX chromosomes, which are a part of the XY sex-determination system. Other animals have sex-determination systems as well, such as the ZW sex-determination system in birds, the X0 sex-determination system in insects, and various environmental sex determination systems.



The Physical Signs of Sexual Abuse - Royal College of Paediatrics


THE ULTIMATE RAPE - Is being convicted for raping a teenager, when the girl was still a virgin (intact). Dr Liebenberg was the expert witness who aided Sussex Police to obtain the conviction of an activist that Wealden District Council desperately wanted to silence. In effect, she lied to a Jury, by not telling them that guidance just about to be released, confirmed that certain marks are naturally occurring. Our Melanie from Eastbourne said words to the effect that she: could think of no other explanation (meaning rape by penetration) than that the man was accused of. It gets worse, when Liebenberg realized on examination that the girl's hymen was tightly closed (a virgin), she then declined to measure from the hymen to the vaginal wall, because she knew that part of the test would reveal conclusively that the girl was intact - or another words, that she had lied about being penetrated. But if the doctor revealed that, the accused could not be charged - and that was the agenda. Because once charged of a sexual offence in the UK, a man is presumed to be guilty - not innocent. The state does not have to prove guilt, any person can make an unsupported allegation and in the absence of evidence to the contrary (which of course a clever pretender can fabricate)




SCREEN MEMORIES - The poor girl may have been an unwilling accomplice, in that she suffered from an attention seeking disorder and was prone to memory suggestion; commonly known as Screen Memories.  With the right prompting (coaching) this girl might actually begin to believe that she was raped, based on isolated memory traces, tiny islands of memory that are real. It is not easy for the subject to determine whether such memories are really recollections of actual events or are 'memories' of (for example) a family legend, kept alive and often embellished and distorted by parents or other older family members, and told to a child at a later age. Her school friends might have helped her to construct what she thought was a real memory as she struggled to make sense of earlier childhood memories. For sure the evidence tells us that she was not penetrated as she was claiming. Such spontaneous early memories are termed 'screen memories,' i.e. condensations of a series of memories which have been stored like a series of superimposed photographs." (Max Schur, Freud Living and Dying, p. 117). In his paper on screen memories of 1899, Freud argued that the visual images we bring to mind when recollecting early childhood experience are not pictures of reality: they are distortions or screens that allow us to avoid facing what really happened.


PSYCHOANALYSIS - Is a set of psychological and psychotherapeutic theories and techniques, created by Austrian physician Sigmund Freud and stemming partly from the clinical work of Josef Breuer and others. Over time, psychoanalysis has been revised and developed in different directions. Some of Freud's colleagues and students, such as Alfred Adler and Carl Jung, went on to develop their own ideas independently using the term 'psychoanalysis.'The Neo-Freudians included Erich Fromm, Karen Horney, and Harry Stack Sullivan. The basic tenets of psychoanalysis include:

1. a person's development is determined by often forgotten events in early childhood rather than by inherited traits alone.
2. human attitude, mannerism, experience, and thought is largely influenced by irrational drives that are rooted in the unconscious
3. it is necessary to bypass psychological resistance in the form of defense mechanisms when bringing drives into awareness
4. conflicts between the conscious and the unconscious, or with repressed material can materialize in the form of mental or emotional disturbances, for example: neurosis, neurotic traits, anxiety, depression etc.
5. liberating the elements of the unconscious is achieved through bringing this material into the conscious mind (via e.g. skilled guidance, i.e. therapeutic intervention).




FRAUD AND IMMUNITY - The claimant's mother was a serial fraudster. She'd had a previous relationship that failed leading to a property struggle. This woman owned a property other than where she was living and failed to declare that fact, or the capital sum that subsequently came from its sale. No problem, but with that sum on money she could not claim housing benefit or work credits. She was of course claiming both. How then did the police not prosecute her, but instead prosecuted the man when he was collecting evidence of these frauds for an appeal? The only answer we can think of was that she was granted immunity from prosecution in return for her false testimony - she may even have been blackmailed into it, or rather, told they'd help her to gain revenge after the calling off of an engagement. She even blurted out something about this when being cross examined. Indicating that she'd been coerced into giving evidence, against her will. It could be then that the police knew about her fraudulent ways and used this knowledge to force her to take the witness stand, even where she was only thinking about ways to get the chap back for leaving her, rather than actually wanting to step out onto the perjury ledge.


The problem with her testimony, was that she claimed in open court that the man had not lived with her, when he had lived with her for over two years, also contributing money to the running of her house in Hailsham. The neighbours (if they had been asked, including a solicitor and a police man) could have confirmed that the target stayed at her house every night for these two years - hence, the definition living together. The woman claimed that there had been no financial input from the man, and that is demonstrably a lie because of payment stubs where he was paying her credit card bills on a monthly basis. But these facts did not sit well with her claiming housing benefit or working tax credits. There were other frauds that reveal a pattern of abusing state grants, and not declaring income - that it would have been nigh on impossible for the investigating officers not to discover.




In reality, the story that was presented to the Court in Worthing, Sussex, in February of 2008 had been changed several times before the girl had been recorded - where the law says a claimant must be interviewed immediately to avoid story changes. The CPS gave this girl and her family two weeks to concoct a story. Even in the recording, the girl had to be reminded to "tell the truth." She did not know what the truth was. It had of course been drummed into her that she had been penetrated at the defendant's home when they were alone together. Why? Because this was plausible for a jury.


When her mother realized that her work diary did not show this, she hid it in her loft. The police did not search her loft. The existence of the diary only came to light during the trial, when she was caught out lying several times and thought she'd obliterated the prosecution case, so, suddenly introduced her diary. The defence were not given the time to forensically examine the diary and only blurred monochrome copies of some pages were provided to the defence. Cedric Joseph did not stop the trial to adjourn to give the defence time to check dates and times - and then, to cloud any possibility of a Juror checking the dates against a calendar for themselves, told them that it was the defendant's diary. The jury could not possibly have had time to check the dates in the diary, because they did not deliberate for long enough, but returned a verdict in very short order. The ruse by Cedric Joseph and the CPS as partners in organised crime had worked.





Under the Sexual Offences Act 2003, which came into force on 1st May 2004, rape in England and Wales was redefined from non-consensual vaginal or anal intercourse, and is now defined as non-consensual penis penetration of the vagina, anus or mouth of another person. The changes also made rape punishable with a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.


ROLE REVERSAL - But more importantly, and a violation of Article 6, the burden of proof shifted from the Prosecution to a Defendant to prove his or her innocence.


Article 6 requires that an accused is to be deemed Innocent Until Proven Guilty. Under this peculiarly English bastardization of justice, any person accused of a sexual crime is deemed to be Guilty - and has to prove their Innocence.


THE HOLY GRAIL - Although a woman who forces a man to have sex cannot be prosecuted for rape under English law, if she helps a man commit a rape she can be prosecuted for the crime. A woman can also be prosecuted for causing a man to engage in sexual activity without his consent, a crime which also carries a maximum life sentence if it involves penetration of the mouth, anus or vagina. The statute also includes a new sexual crime, called "assault by penetration", which also has the same punishment as rape, and is committed when someone sexually penetrates the anus or vagina with a part of his or her body, or with an object, without that person's consent.







Also see:   buggery  rape  stalking  sodomy