"You seem to think I am talking about the rape charges against Assange. Iím not"
-Um well, she actually couldn't because there never were any "rape charges" made to talk about.
"The only thing Iíve said about Pilger is that I hope heís changed and doesnít talking about Assange tomorrow in ways that promote rape culture..."
...and as they were no rape charges made against Assange ergo Pilger couldn't do so either, so here we have a presumptive criticism entirely based on the authors own original false premise.
"Rape culture" ...one of those "profound" scattergun memes popularised by the middle classes who write for the liberal corporate media broadsheets. Like "Toxic masculinity", it really means little to nothing but does allow you to identify the user as the kind of person that's a sucker for ideological pseudo-analysis.
I suppose this goes well with the "ability" to actually reach broad sociological conclusions based on totally misreading an original individual case.
I'm sorry Morrisey, but I don't think I could go through the rest without a great deal of mental anguish: there's something troublingly wooden about the mindsets on display, but you have my utmost sympathy for trying.