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I mean, in theory, if let's say she was being raped but then she found the dude super attractive and actually liked it then it's not really rape anymore. Yes of course, she didn't give verbal consent but just in theory if she liked it, it's not really rape.
@DBAOracle I find this response outrageous and a very very dangerous mindset. Attraction has absolutely nothing to do with rape. CONSENT!! And that consent lies with no one but all parties involved and each individuals own. You can't place a girls consent simply in your mind! Dangerous!
@Jessicarandall I understand what you're saying. I said in theory; just in THEORY. If we're going to get to the practicality of it, it is still rape."You can't place a girls consent simply in your mind! Dangerous!"Nope, I never said that or claimed so. I clearly said,"Yes of course, SHE didn't give VERBAL CONSENT but JUST IN THEORY"Rape at least to me, is forcing sexual activity upon another person beyond their will/desire. If one of the parties is not willing/desiring and is being forced into it, it's rape both in theory and practical means. If the girl being "raped" is desiring it in her head then it's not technically force anymore so, IN THEORY, it's not rape but in practical means, there has been no consent so IT IS RAPE.I'm not justifying rape in terms of attraction. I said "Attractive (((AND))) actually liked it".I don't mean to shove capitals all over the place but, I just wanted to note the THEORY part...
@DBAOracle Thankyou for responding and being thorough. Rape discussions are always a touchy subject matter and I misinterpreted your point of view. Thankyou for clarifying
@Jessicarandall Yeah, I understand. No harm done.