LOUISE O'NEILL: Ulster rape trial: Toxic masculinity culture must not win

For generations in Ireland, women’s sexuality has been seen as a dangerous force that needed to be controlled, says Louise O’Neill

Media swarm around Paddy Jackson as he leaves Belfast Crown Court yesterday afternoon. Picture: Alan Lewis

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