1998-10-22 - Re: Women cannot commit rape?

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From: phelix@vallnet.com
To: cypherpunks@Algebra.COM
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Raw Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 03:18:11 +0800

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From: phelix@vallnet.com
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 03:18:11 +0800
To: cypherpunks@Algebra.COM
Subject: Re: Women cannot commit rape?
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On 22 Oct 1998 13:13:39 -0500, Anonymous <nobody@remailer.ch> wrote:

>>This is true in the United States as well.  That's why in every state,
>>technically speaking, their is no crime of "rape" just varying degrees and
>>types of "criminal sexual assault".  I'm suprised that hasn't trickled down
>>to france yet.  Rape is defined as forcing someone to have sexual
>>intercourse.  It doesn't take much imagination to build an argument that
>>you can't force a man to have sex, after all he had to get aroused.  The
>>advantage of criminal sexual assualt is that it side steps these kind of
>>issues by greatly broadening the crime to basicly forcing/manipulating
>>someone  to engae in any kind of sexual activity.
>"You get hard right now or I take this knife and cut your balls off
>sloooowly! You have one minute."
>That is probably out in left field. I doubt it would happen much.

How about force feeding him a bottle of viagra.  That might do it.

-- Phelix