Why do we ignore Ireland’s rape problem?

Why do we ignore Ireland’s rape problem?
Gardai at the Rape Crime Scene in Clondalkin last Thursday morning Pic: RollingNews.ie

We know that most rapists are a relative, friend or partner of their victim

Two men stood in the middle of the road. It was 3am. There were no cars, no people. Nothing but the empty football field hidden behind the clustered row of birch trees. They stopped walking and moved sideways, one on each side of the road.

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