So what were they doing in that vicinity?

A 43yo mother of four has been charged with GBH for biting off the scrotum of her boyfriend. No-one seems to be asking the question, “what were his testicles doing in the vicinity of her mouth?”.

Supposed ‘drunken rampage’ or not (my guess is not), what would prompt a female to bite either the penis or testicles of her boyfriend or husband? Only one scenario makes sense – he was forcing her to ‘have oral sex’, in other words, oral rape. This is a case of self defence against rape. The severity of her defence would also indicate this is not the first time he has tried to shove his dick in her mouth (probably elsewhere too). I hope she gets a decent lawyer and a solid defence.

Here is the article from This Is London. A similar article with pictures in the Daily Telegraph.

Woman charged with biting man’s testicles

A mother-of-four has appeared in court charged with biting off her boyfriend’s testicles.

Maria Topp, 43, sank her teeth into Martin Douglas’s groin in a drunken late-night attack, it is alleged.

Mr Douglas underwent emergency surgery to reattach his injured testicles and scrotum, police said.

A telephone operator who took Mr Douglas’s 999 emergency call said the 45-year-old DJ was in so much pain he could barely speak.

Paramedics who attended his flat in Newcastle called police and Topp was arrested.

She has since appeared in court charged with grievous bodily harm over the February 18 incident in which Mr Douglas also suffered an arm injury.

The victim spent several days in hospital recovering from his injuries.

A Northumbria Police spokesman said: “At around 4am on Friday, February 18, police were called to a report of an assault in Waterloo Street in Newcastle.

“Officers attended and arrested a 43-year-old woman on suspicion of assault.

“A 45-year-old man was taken to the Freeman Hospital for treatment to injuries to his arm and groin area.

“Police have since charged Maria Georgina Topp, 43, Waterloo Street with causing GBH and she appeared at Newcastle Magistrates’ Court on Saturday, February 19.”

7 thoughts on “So what were they doing in that vicinity?

  1. FAB Libber

    This really raises the ugly question, are women, under men’s laws, allowed to defend themselves. And yes, self-defence normally does involving injuring your attacker. The smaller and weaker you are in relation to your attacker, the more immobilising damage you must do (it isn’t a bar brawl after all).

    So women are damned if you do, damned if you don’t.

    This one fought back and got charged with GBH. If she had not fought back, and went to the police to make a complaint about initimate partner rape, they would have asked “why didn’t you fight back?” Geez dudes.


  2. ball buster

    So women are damned if you do, damned if you don’t.

    Oh absolutely, in more ways than one. Just like how a woman is supposed to report rape when it happens, but the men’s rights activists say that women should be charged with filing a false report if there’s not enough evidence to convict.

    Why don’t we fight back? Well damn, check this out:

    I was watching a show about women inmates here in America, and one woman was arrested for defending herself against her boyfriend. She was clearly beaten up, her hair had been yanked, she had visible marks on her face and neck. Yes, the fucking asshole tried to choke her. Wanna know why HE wasn’t arrested?

    Because when she fought back, HE got scratched. Yeah. He got a few scratches so she’s the one who got sent to jail.

    I fucking hate men right now.


  3. ball buster

    The clip doesn’t show that he had choked her, but I’m pretty sure when I watched the full episode that he had. Her neck is all covered up, though, which is suspect.

    If you look at her face at several angles, you can see marks where he hit her. They lift up a sleeve to show another bruise. Yet there she is, in jail, accused of being “combative” when police officers are grilling her about supplements she takes.


  4. FAB Libber

    It is really getting scary no-win out there for women. The situation just does not seem to be getting any better, particularly as women are, in the police’s view, not allowed to defend themselves.

    I think we need to make it more widely known that this shit is happening, and perhaps more women will not live with men. Unfortunately, they never believe that their Nigel could ever do anything wrong … until he does.


  5. joy

    I recently gave my mother a can of Mace.

    She is single and lives alone, but her apartment is downstairs from a nuclear family with one man and two grown men-children (one developmentally impaired, the other who has a nuclear family unit elsewhere and only visits). She is not a paranoid person, but she gladly took that can of Mace.

    I’ll never understand why women want to live with monsters. Why they sometimes feel that they have to, yes, but why they want to*? Never.

    * The answer, of course, is het grooming, and I know that. But I also know that it doesn’t stick with all of us (it certainly never stuck with me, at least in the dating-wedding-marriage-cohabitation arena/s), and I wonder why not — because I wonder how we could keep it from sticking with more women.


  6. sellmaeth

    You know, I wonder why they always seem to put the pieces somewhere they can be easily found and reattached. Not that I want to complain, but I do wonder.

    Also, I am amazed at how resilient that particular part of male anatomy is. They always seem to be able to reattach it.



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