Wednesday 7 December 2016

Schoolkids should be talking about consent by the time they're learning maths tables

Lorraine Courtney

Published 26/10/2016 | 02:30

Ched Evans leaves Cardiff Crown Court with partner Natasha Massey after being found not guilty of rape. GETTY
Ched Evans leaves Cardiff Crown Court with partner Natasha Massey after being found not guilty of rape. GETTY

'When they are drunk, think twice about it." That isn't the advice footballer Ched Evans followed himself. He didn't think twice as he was blagging his way past a hotel receptionist into a bedroom where his friend was having sex with a girl he didn't know, and took his turn.

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And all of this happened without him ever speaking to the girl, who was so drunk that she can't remember anything about the night.

Evans said that people "need educating on alcohol and consent".

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