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Brighton And Hove Albion Giving Young Players Sexual Consent Training

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-32156858

Young footballers at the English Championship club Brighton and Hove Albion are being trained in the law and ethics surrounding sexual consent.

The club is the first to provide the training and counselling to all its young male and female players.

In 2013 four current and former Brighton players were cleared of sexual assault charges at the Old Bailey.

The Protect, Inform and Prevent (PIP) programme aims to explain when, in law, consent can be said to have been given.

It involves players taking part in confidential question and answer sessions about their previous encounters and is led by a former police detective and a psychotherapist.

I wonder what this costs per hour???

Surely this can be done in under 30 seconds if they say yes you might want to take the risk, if they say no don't do anything and walk away.

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all this training, learning how to obtaining consent, and it meant nothing when a drunken female admittedly lied in court, made false claims and wasted everybodies time and money.

Still, another box is ticked in the liability game.

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I have said this for years - and anyway its going about it the wrong way. For a business with such a small number of employees who are so important to its income.

Set up a 24 hour line. Rota system with some legal persons. If a player is with a burd - always cal up and follow whatever process they put in place to determine its all fine and dandy. Send in a video or whatever. Who knows. I would be surprised if some of the bigger EPL clubs dont do already.

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Set up a 24 hour line. Rota system with some legal persons. If a player is with a burd - always cal up and follow whatever process they put in place to determine its all fine and dandy. Send in a video or whatever. Who knows. I would be surprised if some of the bigger EPL clubs dont do already.

"Hello, this is the hotline. Could you confirm that you are hot enough to sleep with one of our players?"

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Mebeez. On the other hand, things are a tiny bit different now than they were even 20 years ago.

Heard the other day circa 10% of 10-14 year olds said they had taken part in a home made grunge flick. Granted some of this will be teenage boasting, but your average pre-teen/teenage kid has a very different attitude to sėx today.

Perhaps we do have to start legislating for common sense.

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Would filming a playground episode of 'kiss-chase' on their mobiles count?

Just sayin, as it was the NSPCC conducting the 'study', its in their interests to make it sound like an epidemic of sexualization.

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Would filming a playground episode of 'kiss-chase' on their mobiles count?

Just sayin, as it was the NSPCC conducting the 'study', its in their interests to make it sound like an epidemic of sexualization.

And almost certainly being grilled by an NSPCC busy-body about your sexual experiences will f&*^ you up far more than the experiences themselves.

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wow, its been discovered the human race has two sexes..

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"Hello, this is the hotline. Could you confirm that you are hot enough to sleep with one of our players?"

Something like that :P

Doesn't really matter - a recorded and dated conversation with the burd talking clearly and stating her name etc..and consenting to sex with the bloke - would cover the vast majority of the 'I was too drunk to consent' excuses IMO.

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Is this a joke?

If its not taught specifically to everyone then people will claim they have an excuse for doing something they shouldn't.

It should be part of the parenting manual distributed.

Yes it's a silly idea if you start to assume that everyone is bought up so badly they need to be told not to have sex when they're pissed out of their minds.

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If its not taught specifically to everyone then people will claim they have an excuse for doing something they shouldn't.

It should be part of the parenting manual distributed.

Yes it's a silly idea if you start to assume that everyone is bought up so badly they need to be told not to have sex when they're pissed out of their minds.

How about teaching the girls not to get pissed out of their minds in the first place?

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How about teaching the girls not to get pissed out of their minds in the first place?

That too should be something parents try to teach their children.

However that'd be like making everyone wear black sacks to stop people seeing their flesh else they are at risk of being abused.

Has parenting lost its way? It is harder for people to have any sense of what's right and proper? and that includes taking responsibility for you getting pissed and ending up in a situation you might not be very proud of, without resorting to going to the police and crying rape?

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That too should be something parents try to teach their children.

However that'd be like making everyone wear black sacks to stop people seeing their flesh else they are at risk of being abused.

Has parenting lost its way? It is harder for people to have any sense of what's right and proper? and that includes taking responsibility for you getting pissed and ending up in a situation you might not be very proud of, without resorting to going to the police and crying rape?

Oh, Ding Dong, Nurse Bell! :blink:

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