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The sofa lovers who can’t keep quiet

Barbara Driver

PX*1052178This Cheltenham Borough Council councillor likened housing development to a sex attack and said: “There is a saying and I am going to say it:  When rape is inevitable, lie back and enjoy it” during a council meeting in April 2014. When criticised, Conservative member Driver responded: “I didn’t mean to hurt anyone”. This ridiculous mouthpiece – who states that “all views expressed are entirely my own” to her 339 Twitter followers – needs to be silenced.

 

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3 comments on “Barbara Driver”

  1. “When rape is inevitable, lie back and enjoy it” The old duck must speak for herself. We demand a choice and a voice, that sums up British politics in a nutshell. We have so called Civil Rights only when it suits them.
    I would rather say a prayer during the rape process, the attacker could be a poly- drug user infested with Syphilis and Hepatitis C. The woman is definitely kooky.

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