The Cambridge dojo ran a self defence course for charity on 27th November 2012. All profits went to Cambridge Cyrenians, an organization working with the needs of homeless people.
by Ben Lacey
John has taken his partner out for a meal in a nice restaurant. At the table next to them three rather drunken males are boisterously eating. They are loud and their language is becoming very offensive. John leans over and politely asks them if they could keep their voices down as they are offending other diners in general and his partner in particular.
Kicking somebody during a fight can be more dangerous than using a sharp or blunt weapon, research shows. A study of 25,000 people admitted to A&E found use of feet was more likely to inflict serious injury than blunt or sharp objects or fists. However, the Violence Research Group in Cardiff, found weapons caused
Through a Rapist’s Eyes
A group of rapists and date rapists in prison were interviewed on what they look for in a potential victim and here are some interesting facts:
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