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The fatal, hateful rise of choking during sex

17 mins | Aug 3, 2019
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Women are dying from ‘sex games gone wrong’. But when did strangling become normalised? In the UK as many as one woman every two weeks is dying from strangling, only for the perpetrators to claim the death as “sex games gone wrong”. Anna Moore and Coco Khan writing in the Guardian examine how dangerous and violent sexual acts are becoming normalised, and what this means for women’s safety.
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