I couldn't help myself and started moving and moaning in response to his touching my intimate parts. Does that cancel my firm NO at the beginning and mean that I really wanted it?
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How a person responds to being touched says nothing about whether they consent to being touched. For example, a hideous woman could be denied sex by me and then push a gun into my face, force me to comply with her sick plans, caress my penis to cause an erection, slide it inside herself, and then cause me to orgasm and ejaculate inside her, thereby impregnating her. Does my erection and orgasm prove that I consented to have sex and a child? Of course not. These bodily responses are independent of conscious thought. With that said...
If the woman sees a man moving his hands toward her genitals slowly (such that she has time to think and object) and she does nothing to stop his hands from going there, then I would consider that consent. Even so, I would consider the man disrespectful, because a respectful man would not choose to disregard her "no" and try to reach for her genitals in the first place. So, in short, I would describe that situation as "hesitant woman consenting to a jackass".0