Saturday, December 9, 2006 1:34:12 AM
Well, what about 'consenting against your will`? A friend of mine was raped a month after she turned 20. She was told by her rapist that if she didn`t give consent, he`d kill her family (cliche, I know). So, she said yes, although she really didn`t want to have sex with this guy, obviously. She went to the police with the details, but they never found the guy.
So what I`m saying, is if she says yes, but it isn`t entirely in her personal interest to do so, is it still rape?
Friday, May 5, 2006 2:40:58 AM
Personally, I'll need actual solid proof to believe that. Also, perhaps it depends on how long/well you have known your partner--who knows how long the people in this case knew eachother.
Interesting point though, make sure to write back if you can deliver evidence though, an article or something.
Thursday, May 4, 2006 11:57:58 PM
It's already been proven on an urban myth show that it`s impossible to have sex with a stranger and think that they`re your regular partner. Did you ever hear the urban legend about the couple at the costume party. The husband wants to go to a masked costume party, but the wife wants to stay home. The wife changes mind and dresses up. Her husband hasn`t see her costume. She sees what she think is her husband flirting with another girl. The wife decides test how faithful the husband is by sleeping with him at the party. They boink and the wife leaves upset thinking that her husband would cheat or has cheated in the past. Husband comes home and says he played cards all night and gave his costume to his brother. Wife realizes she slept with the brother. To make an already long story short, they brought in experts to prove that it was impossible. Between rhythm, body type, scent, etc, it`s impossible to have sexual intercourse with someone who isn`t your partner.