September 3rd, 2003


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Picture this:
A young woman is lying in her bed. She has been handcuffed to the headboard by her roommate, and the front door has been left slightly open. The plan: to have her lover-to-be come over that night and find her waiting there for him. While she waits, she falls asleep...

...only to be slowly awakened later by someone on top of her, making love to her. Believing it to be her new lover, she is slow to wake, caught in a sensual dreamland. When she does open her eyes, she finds out that instead it is her ex-boyfriend; the very man she had tossed out of her apartment not long ago, and had told him not to return! She is visibly, and understandably, upset by this; all he does is laugh about it, and leave. As he exits her apartment and goes down the stairs, he passes and sneers at her new lover-to-be who is on his way up.

Was he wrong in his actions? Surely not, right? He was an ex-, after all. She didn't refuse or decline; in fact, she seemed to be into it at the time. This doesn't qualify as rape, does it??

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