Is it rape if she orgasms too?

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as it says above
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It's quite simple really. If they don't consent or unable to consent, it's unarguably rape/sexual assault.
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Regardless of whether she orgasms or not, it is rape if she hasn't consented.
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Was gonna think of a snarky reply to this, but... Yes. It is.
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I've just lost brain cells reading this.
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Are you kidding? Of course it's rape. If she doesnt want it. It's rape.
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Still is rape, buddy. An orgasm is just an automatic, biological response to a sexual stimulus; it doesn't mean she liked it lmao.
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What kind of question is this.

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Yes. If someone has sex, whether forced or not, they will eventually orgasm whether they want to or not, biologically speaking. Psychologically, you cannot stop yourself from orgasming during sex, however, this does not mean that the person is consenting to sex. You must remember, rape is defined as sex without consent. If someone does not give consent, or is incapacitated so cannot give conscious consent, then by definition, it is rape.
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(Original post by gjd800)
I've just lost brain cells reading this.
loool same reaction
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Yes. If someone has sex, whether forced or not, they will eventually orgasm whether they want to or not, biologically speaking. Psychologically, you cannot stop yourself from orgasming during sex, however, this does not mean that the person is consenting to sex. You must remember, rape is defined as sex without consent. If someone does not give consent, or is incapacitated so cannot give conscious consent, then by definition, it is rape.
what if after sex she says she didn't consent, but during it, it seemed as if she was consenting. A bit like what happened to Aziz Ansari
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do not try it mate - last time that happened, #MeToo movement started
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This has got to be the *****iest question I have ever read
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It is rape, she'll just be even more traumatised because of the orgasm.
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This has got to be the *****iest question I have ever read
You clearly haven't seen this one:

https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...php?p=77464610
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it genuinely worries me that the OP has posted anonymously
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what if after sex she says she didn't consent, but during it, it seemed as if she was consenting. A bit like what happened to Aziz Ansari
If they do not consent before sex, then it is rape. If they do consent before but either (a) indicate/say they no longer want to continue OR (b) they show (obvious) signs of reluctance (tbh - it doesn't have to be obvious), then you should stop, or otherwise it can be considered as rape. This is because they may feel pressured to continue. Its a tough world we live in, so when it comes to these things you need to be really careful. You should communicate; so if you have any reason to think that the other person is not okay with something, then you should ask them, or consider your conduct and just stop so you don't take any risks.
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You know how sometimes somebody will tickle you and your body grins and laughs when inside you want to punch them in the face? That's your body making an automatic reaction. Same thing with an orgasm- its an automatic physical reaction.
Also a bit like somebody forcing a cake into your mouth and saying it's fine cos you swallowed. That's another thing your body would do automatically even if you didn't want the thing to be happening.

Rape is sex without consent and consent comes from somebodys mind not their body.
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If someone looks uncomfortable or says no (even if they don't seem to mean it) you should stop sex immediately and clarify what they do and don't consent to.

Bodily reactions which are automatic do not count as consent.

We have no idea what happened in the Aziz Ansari case. We have two people's (probably drunken) recollections. We can't assume innocence or guilt from that. Obviously he's innocent until proven guilty but you can't use him as an example of someone who was falsely accused.
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