RMT General Secretary Bob Crow Discusses George Galloway's Comments on 'Bad Sexual Ettiquette'
RMT General Secretary Bob Crow has been interviewed on LBC radio by James Whale. Bob Crow is asked in the interview what he thinks of MP George Galloway's recent remarks on the Assange sex offense allegations. In his own podcast Galloway said:
“Woman A met Julian Assange, invited him back to her flat, gave him dinner, went to bed with him, had consensual sex with him, claims that she woke up to him having sex with her again. This is something which can happen, you know. I mean, not everybody needs to be asked prior to each insertion.”
Crow's says in the interview with james Whale: "Anytime at any stage if the women says no, that should be the end of it. As soon as someone forces themselves on someone, that becomes rape."
You can listen to the interview here.
Following the earlier remarks and the widespread condemnation of them, Galloway released a statement to say "No never means yes and non-consensual sex is rape. There's no doubt about it and that has always been my position."