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Does this count as rape?

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    if a guy is on a girl, she clearly says she doesnt want sex but he sticks it in anyway and doesnt stop even though she says no, but she accepts what hes doing after while meaning she stops fighting him and lets him and ends up enjoying the pleasure coming from it?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    if a guy is on a girl, she clearly says she doesnt want sex but he sticks it in anyway and doesnt stop even though she says no, but she accepts what hes doing after while meaning she stops fighting him and lets him and ends up enjoying the pleasure coming from it?
    You just gave the definition of rape.
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    That's 100% rape.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    if a guy is on a girl, she clearly says she doesnt want sex but he sticks it in anyway and doesnt stop even though she says no, but she accepts what hes doing after while meaning she stops fighting him and lets him and ends up enjoying the pleasure coming from it?
    You just defined rape.
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    Yes thats rape, a lack of opposition is not consent, and it doesn't matter how either party felt after the sex.
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    (Original post by UWS)
    You just gave the definition of rape.
    (Original post by Orbital Rising)
    That's 100% rape.
    (Original post by SM6)
    You just defined rape.
    (Original post by AlexS101)
    Yes thats rape, a lack of opposition is not consent, and it doesn't matter how either party felt after the sex.
    yes but the said female enjoyed the sex after a while
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    yes but the said female enjoyed the sex after a while
    Despite this, you done it against her will.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    yes but the said female enjoyed the sex after a while
    That doesn't matter. It's still rape.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    yes but the said female enjoyed the sex after a while
    Enjoying it does not equate to, or substitute, consent.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    yes but the said female enjoyed the sex after a while
    So what, how the female felt 'after a while' is totally irrelevant.
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    Enjoying it does not equate to, or substitute, consent.
    (Original post by AlexS101)
    So what, how the female felt 'after a while' is totally irrelevant.
    (Original post by Orbital Rising)
    That doesn't matter. It's still rape.
    (Original post by SM6)
    Despite this, you done it against her will.
    okay
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    yes but the said female enjoyed the sex after a while
    Retrospective consent doesnt make it a non rape. . It doesnt stop it being rape. It does stop it being reported.
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    It counts as two young idiots being young idiots and yes, technically, rape.
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    It was initially rape and turned into consensual sex. She could still claim rape.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    if a guy is on a girl, she clearly says she doesnt want sex but he sticks it in anyway and doesnt stop even though she says no, but she accepts what hes doing after while meaning she stops fighting him and lets him and ends up enjoying the pleasure coming from it?
    Unfortunately, it is. Consent must be given/implied before the act.
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    (Original post by Mistletoe)
    It counts as two young idiots being young idiots and yes, technically, rape.
    why is the said female an idiot?
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    If one of the people involved says no or does not consent at any point (in advance, just before, during etc) and the other person ignores that lack of consent and forces a sexual action (oral sex, vaginal sex, anal sex, foreplay) upon them anyway it is rape.
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    Yes, that is rape. If someone has sex with someone without their consent, that is rape.
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    It was initially rape and turned into consensual sex. She could still claim rape.
    yes but if the female could choose and go back in time to whether she had sex she would still not have wanted to
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    if a guy is on a girl, she clearly says she doesnt want sex but he sticks it in anyway and doesnt stop even though she says no, but she accepts what hes doing after while meaning she stops fighting him and lets him and ends up enjoying the pleasure coming from it?
    I found myself in much the same scenario several years ago: I stopped, of course, because I'm not a rapist. Assuming you're not confident of your ability to overcome those same urges, perhaps you should consider avoiding women altogether; although frankly, if you're the already the sort of person who would actually pose such a question—even hypothetically—then I suspect they'll save you the trouble.
 
 
 
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