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    (Original post by Psyk)
    She would not be guilty of rape (she doesn't have a penis so she isn't physically capable of it) but she would be guilty of "Causing a person to engage in sexual activity without consent".

    I've got a hypothetical situation (but potentially quite a realistic one). Say a man is having consensual vaginal sex with a woman. During sex he decides to pull out and engage in anal sex instead without her consent. Did he rape her?
    That would be rape, she doesn't consent to anal sex. It is also rape if she consents and then changes her mind once he has entered her, if he doesn't withdraw when she asks him to then at that point he commits rape, penetration is seen as a continuing act.
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    (Original post by tom//)
    well, the fact that a man cannot be raped says it all to be honest. because rape is classed only as vaginal it cant be :|
    Wrong wrong and wrong.

    http://www.familyresearchinst.org/FRI_EduPamphlet4.html

    http://www.prisoners.com/censhsex.html

    http://americansfortruth.com/news/wh...vera-case.html
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    thats for posting those american sources
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    (Original post by tom//)
    thats for posting those american sources
    He is right though for England and Wales at least. A man can be raped, but only by another man.
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    (Original post by Juwel)
    A little bit. But to be serious, I do wonder if the rape laws aren't unfairly weighted against men.
    don't flatter yourselves, who would actually want to "rape" a guy, the guy would probably be happy and hoping it would happen again, i doubt they would be pressing charges. funny how I always see the ugly/loser guys complaining about rape
 
 
 
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