Well I'm sorry, but whatis a man who you met only a few hours before hand doing in your bed in the first place? If you didnt want to have sex with him, or give him the idea that sex was on the cards, dont invite him into YOUR bed.
Given if it was a friend who you thought you trusted it would, IMO be considered rape, but a stranger who your hardly know.....
Since when does staying in someone's bed entitle a person to repeatedly have sex with them? That's really ridiculous. She didn't WANT sex on that occasion. The fact that they had sex prior is absolutely no indication of her consent. If that was the case, we could throw all cases of marital rape out the window.
I find it revolting that you are being so disrespectful towards women who have been raped.
That is absolutely rape.
Your opinion is horrendously offensive to women who have suffered sexual assault. But I am getting that you just don't give a cr*p.
I am not being disrespectful to women who have been raped. I'm saying that this particular woman invited an unknown stranger into HER BED! She had consensual sex with him and then instead of using common sense for what ever reason she allowed him to stay over. I'm not saying what he did was right by any means, but a simple 'Hey dude, thats not on' would have been adequate. She, IMO is being an opportunist due to who he is.... or the people behind her are...
I get it. It's only rape if you knew them
already and they ignore your wishes.
If you only just met them it's not rape because how on earth could they know you really mean it when you say no.
Or alternatively you're a slapper and shouldn't have a man in your bed. So suffer the consequences.
Last time I checked the rape laws applied to all types: casual sex partners, husbands/wives, gay/straight....
Just because someone has some degree of culpability according to yoy (doesn't live up to your morals) it doesn't mean they can be raped. Thats like me saying you wore a skirt that was a tad short so you deserves to be raped.
The woman broke no law in letting a man sleep in her bed, he broke the law when he raped her. The woman broke no law when she had consensual a few hours earlier, he broke the law when he raped her, the woman broke no law taking a man she's just met home, he broke the law when he raped her.
Her morals are not up for judgment and victim blaming is a disgusting attitude.
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