Not drowning, paddling: The English Court’s slow row to genital autonomy

Barrister James Chegwidden takes us through the English Court’s current views on genital autonomy. The presentation was given at Keele University, September 2016. This video is essential viewing for anyone interested in child protection and the Family Courts in particular.

2 thoughts on “Not drowning, paddling: The English Court’s slow row to genital autonomy”

  1. Still fighting for the most basic human right there is. I hate my species for doing this barbaric cowardly crap to me and ALL OF US!!!!! 😡😡😡😡😡

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