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It is now illegal for your partner to do these 10 things in a relationship

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Cheshire newspaper article:

It is now illegal for your partner to do these 10 things in a relationship

CHANGES to the law have finally made psychological abuse within a relationship illegal.

The offence of coercive control now recognises that domestic abuse can take several forms and is not strictly limited to physical violence.

The changes outlaw a number of things that were not previously covered by existing laws.

Laws have now been enforced in England and Wales with the amendments making the following 10 acts towards a partner illegal.

1. Sharing sexually explicit images of a partner

New laws surrounding ‘revenge porn’ make it illegal for someone to share intimate photographs of you with anyone, online or otherwise.

2. Restricting access to finances

Even if they earn more money than you, the law says your partner cannot stop you from accessing cash within the relationship.

3. Putting you down

Persistent name-calling, mocking and other forms of insulting behaviour are now illegal.

4. Stopping a partner from seeing friends or family

Monitoring or blocking of calls and emails, telling you where you can or cannot go, and preventing you from seeing your friends or relatives is now against the law.

If your partner isolates you from the people you love, they could face the wrath of the law.

5. Scaring you

Your partner might not physically assault you, but if they are doing enough to frighten you, they are committing an offence.

That could include using their size to intimidate or breaking things around the house.

6. Threatening to reveal private things about you

Repeated threats to reveal personal and private information is now classed as a form of abuse. It could include revealling details about health or sexual orientation.

7. Putting tracking devices on your phone

It is illegal under the new legislation to 'monitor a person using online communication tools or spyware'.

8. Being extremely jealous

Persistent accusation of cheatin and 'extreme jealousy, including possessiveness and ridiculous accusations of cheating' all come under the new legislation.

9. Forcing you to obey their rules

The CPS says if a partner is forced to abide by stringent rules set by a partner, it could mean they are committing a crime.

10. Controlling what you wear

Your partner taking control over any part of your life is highlighted in the new legislation, including restricting who you see and where you go. Controlling what you wear or how you look could also now be grounds for prosecution under the changes.

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23 minutes ago, Democorruptcy said:

Cheshire newspaper article:

It is now illegal for your partner to do these 10 things in a relationship

CHANGES to the law have finally made psychological abuse within a relationship illegal.

The offence of coercive control now recognises that domestic abuse can take several forms and is not strictly limited to physical violence.

The changes outlaw a number of things that were not previously covered by existing laws.

Laws have now been enforced in England and Wales with the amendments making the following 10 acts towards a partner illegal.

1. Sharing sexually explicit images of a partner

New laws surrounding ‘revenge porn’ make it illegal for someone to share intimate photographs of you with anyone, online or otherwise.

2. Restricting access to finances

Even if they earn more money than you, the law says your partner cannot stop you from accessing cash within the relationship.

3. Putting you down

Persistent name-calling, mocking and other forms of insulting behaviour are now illegal.

4. Stopping a partner from seeing friends or family

Monitoring or blocking of calls and emails, telling you where you can or cannot go, and preventing you from seeing your friends or relatives is now against the law.

If your partner isolates you from the people you love, they could face the wrath of the law.

5. Scaring you

Your partner might not physically assault you, but if they are doing enough to frighten you, they are committing an offence.

That could include using their size to intimidate or breaking things around the house.

6. Threatening to reveal private things about you

Repeated threats to reveal personal and private information is now classed as a form of abuse. It could include revealling details about health or sexual orientation.

7. Putting tracking devices on your phone

It is illegal under the new legislation to 'monitor a person using online communication tools or spyware'.

8. Being extremely jealous

Persistent accusation of cheatin and 'extreme jealousy, including possessiveness and ridiculous accusations of cheating' all come under the new legislation.

9. Forcing you to obey their rules

The CPS says if a partner is forced to abide by stringent rules set by a partner, it could mean they are committing a crime.

10. Controlling what you wear

Your partner taking control over any part of your life is highlighted in the new legislation, including restricting who you see and where you go. Controlling what you wear or how you look could also now be grounds for prosecution under the changes.

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More of a Fifty Shades turn-on then.

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2 hours ago, Democorruptcy said:

2. Restricting access to finances

Even if they earn more money than you, the law says your partner cannot stop you from accessing cash within the relationship.

How does that work? They can spend as much as they like and the other half has to cough up?

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It reads like a blokes check list.. How to know if you are in a "serious" relationship 2019 Guardian edition.

2 hours ago, Democorruptcy said:

1. Sharing sexually explicit images of a partner

New laws surrounding ‘revenge porn’ make it illegal for someone to share intimate photographs of you with anyone, online or otherwise.

2. Restricting access to finances

Even if they earn more money than you, the law says your partner cannot stop you from accessing cash within the relationship.

3. Putting you down

Persistent name-calling, mocking and other forms of insulting behaviour are now illegal.

4. Stopping a partner from seeing friends or family

Monitoring or blocking of calls and emails, telling you where you can or cannot go, and preventing you from seeing your friends or relatives is now against the law.

If your partner isolates you from the people you love, they could face the wrath of the law.

5. Scaring you

Your partner might not physically assault you, but if they are doing enough to frighten you, they are committing an offence.

That could include using their size to intimidate or breaking things around the house.

6. Threatening to reveal private things about you

Repeated threats to reveal personal and private information is now classed as a form of abuse. It could include revealling details about health or sexual orientation.

7. Putting tracking devices on your phone

It is illegal under the new legislation to 'monitor a person using online communication tools or spyware'.

8. Being extremely jealous

Persistent accusation of cheating and 'extreme jealousy, including possessiveness and ridiculous accusations of cheating' all come under the new legislation.

9. Forcing you to obey their rules

The CPS says if a partner is forced to abide by stringent rules set by a partner, it could mean they are committing a crime.

10. Controlling what you wear

Your partner taking control over any part of your life is highlighted in the new legislation, including restricting who you see and where you go. Controlling what you wear or how you look could also now be grounds for prosecution under the changes.

 

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2 hours ago, Happy Renting said:

Phew! For a moment I was worried blowjobs would be on the list.

Relax Renty.

Despite this Draconian legislation, you and your boyfriend are still free to blow each other senseless...

 

XYY

Edited by The XYY Man

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3 hours ago, Democorruptcy said:

Cheshire newspaper article:

It is now illegal for your partner to do these 10 things in a relationship

CHANGES to the law have finally made psychological abuse within a relationship illegal.

The offence of coercive control now recognises that domestic abuse can take several forms and is not strictly limited to physical violence.

The changes outlaw a number of things that were not previously covered by existing laws.

Laws have now been enforced in England and Wales with the amendments making the following 10 acts towards a partner illegal.

1. Sharing sexually explicit images of a partner

New laws surrounding ‘revenge porn’ make it illegal for someone to share intimate photographs of you with anyone, online or otherwise.

2. Restricting access to finances

Even if they earn more money than you, the law says your partner cannot stop you from accessing cash within the relationship.

3. Putting you down

Persistent name-calling, mocking and other forms of insulting behaviour are now illegal.

4. Stopping a partner from seeing friends or family

Monitoring or blocking of calls and emails, telling you where you can or cannot go, and preventing you from seeing your friends or relatives is now against the law.

If your partner isolates you from the people you love, they could face the wrath of the law.

5. Scaring you

Your partner might not physically assault you, but if they are doing enough to frighten you, they are committing an offence.

That could include using their size to intimidate or breaking things around the house.

6. Threatening to reveal private things about you

Repeated threats to reveal personal and private information is now classed as a form of abuse. It could include revealling details about health or sexual orientation.

7. Putting tracking devices on your phone

It is illegal under the new legislation to 'monitor a person using online communication tools or spyware'.

8. Being extremely jealous

Persistent accusation of cheatin and 'extreme jealousy, including possessiveness and ridiculous accusations of cheating' all come under the new legislation.

9. Forcing you to obey their rules

The CPS says if a partner is forced to abide by stringent rules set by a partner, it could mean they are committing a crime.

10. Controlling what you wear

Your partner taking control over any part of your life is highlighted in the new legislation, including restricting who you see and where you go. Controlling what you wear or how you look could also now be grounds for prosecution under the changes.

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So #4 makes 90% of women abusers then. 

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21 minutes ago, TheBlueCat said:

So #4 makes 90% of women abusers then. 

Nearly all the items on the list would seem to apply to most employers and all governments.

Proof positive that irony is not dead

Edited by Virgil Caine

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Obviously, there are some bad or awkward relationshios out there, but I think it's not the business of government. They will be telling me what patterned bog-roll to buy next!O.o

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2 hours ago, MrPin said:

Obviously, there are some bad or awkward relationshios out there, but I think it's not the business of government. They will be telling me what patterned bog-roll to buy next!O.o

We must all wipe in celebration of the Dear Leader!

xD

Toilet-roll-Theresa-May.jpg

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I always think that anyone in a long term relationship, of either sex, who cuts up rough about the other party viewing emails/texts or tracking phone/car is almost certainly having, or plans to have, an affair. 

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10 hours ago, Democorruptcy said:

4. Stopping a partner from seeing friends or family

Monitoring or blocking of calls and emails, telling you where you can or cannot go, and preventing you from seeing your friends or relatives is now against the law.

If your partner isolates you from the people you love, they could face the wrath of the law.

Someone please forward this to West Yorkshire Police xD

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This is symptomatic of how poor modern law making has become..  to the point where the law is almost irrelevant.

So here we have a law where everybody in the UK, almost without exception, has committed or will commit a criminal offence. 

But we will be told it will only be applied in extreme situations.  So what we are really saying is that law and justice is heading back to the days of  "there are no specific rules,   but someone in power will listen to a complaint and decide if you should spend a week in the stocks".   Worse,  it will likely be the police who are put in charge of who they think should be randomly prosecuted. Should they really be the judge, jury and executioner in society.

It is a bit concerning.  In this case it looks like women have most to be worried about..  it will be interesting  to see if prosecutions will reflect that.

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8 hours ago, mooncat69 said:

How does that work? They can spend as much as they like and the other half has to cough up?

Sounds like it.  Husband's got a gambling problem..?   give him all your grocery money or you're going to jail love.

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When do you reach a point in society where you just say,  ok thanks guys,  we don't need any more laws now..  we've got plenty.

Lawmakers just seem to be finding ever more intricate ways to micromanage society..  it's all a bit depressing really.

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8 hours ago, SpectrumFX said:

So let me get this straight.

There's this new set of stringent rules about how people can't be made to live by stringent rules, threatened, scared, controlled, tracked, or prevented from seeing friends or family.

And If you break these new rules you'll be put in prison. Sounds like the government wants a monopoly on being a controlling cunt.

Best do as you're told peasants!

xD

 

 

well the girlfriend is back off to live on her own in 3 weeks she has finaly got a house exchange,to say im pleased is an understatment.

2 minutes ago, Libspero said:

When do you reach a point in society where you just say,  ok thanks guys,  we don't need any more laws now..  we've got plenty.

Lawmakers just seem to be finding ever more intricate ways to micromanage society..  it's all a bit depressing really.

at least they have not banned apathy,its probably the best way of pissing women off.

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