Riley Reid describes how she raped an ex-boyfriend in the movie theater. Is this acceptable?

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Riley Reid, a pornographic actress, was asked on Twitter in 2012 about how she lost her virginity and she stated:
Riley Reid describes how she raped an ex-boyfriend in the movie theater. Is this acceptable?

This was found on her Twitter some weeks ago and when it was brought to her attention, she quickly deleted it. After doing further research, I stumbled upon something additionally, where in 2015 she explained the story in greater length and detail on her official website, when once again asked by somebody how she lost her virginity:
Riley Reid describes how she raped an ex-boyfriend in the movie theater. Is this acceptable?

The entire post was also deleted, and apparently a few weeks after she initially posted the full story back in 2015, she was even awarded the "AVN Female Performer of the Year" which from what I understand, is her industry's highest honor. Riley wrote that "no means yes" and "sorry not sorry Clarke! You know you loved it!" Perhaps he actually did, but justifying it as being acceptable simply because he had a boner doesn't diminish your status as a rapist.

Just imagine if a male, back in 2012, was discovered having admitted he raped his girlfriend in the movie theater. Feminists and SJWs would have immediately sniffed it out. He'd have a ruined career, been publicly shamed, and possibly even jailed. He'd likely face repercussions from his actions for years despite it occurring 7 years ago.

For those who will believe that she did it as a "publicity stunt" or is just joking around (men can't joke about rape either, can they?) she also posted a video in 2016 to answer a question sent to her by a fan for advice on how he is to lose his virginity, where she once again admits that she still had sex with her ex-boyfriend despite him declining, so she isn't the best to ask for advice.

Source for video: http://www.naughtynews.network/spiegler-it-girl-riley-reid-being-called-out-as-a-rapist/
Riley Reid describes how she raped an ex-boyfriend in the movie theater. Is this acceptable?
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