posted on May, 19 2009 @ 12:34 AM
Originally posted by Gazrok
If she was boasting after, instead of seeking immediate prosecution, then it certainly implies she wasn't exactly resisting....
Generally speaking I have a problem with this argument as most "real" rapes go unreported anyway. Waiting to report a crime is not an indication of
lieing. I do not know if this woman was raped but it sounds like she was denograted.. did she consent to that? My main issue with this story is
people's attitudes in response.. some have been saying just going into the hotel room was consent.
Rape is a horrible crime, no doubt about it, but tossing the accusation around loosely is also a horrible crime...
Her reported immediate behavior does not match that of a woman who feels she was taken advantage of...
It is unclear if she was talking about this
incident or another where she may have just had another threesome. Regardless some people seem to
think consenting to two was consenting to the whole team.
If she was indeed talking about this incident and was being honest
I do not know why she would brag about it. Perhaps she just didn't know how
to it and she had cornered herself by bragging about exploits earlier.. regardess I think she'd be told she was to blame for being a "slut". There
is no "set" way for victims to behave.
Years ago I was talking to a (bit slow.. very
passive) friend about losing virginity and she told me it was to the school gardener who was in
his 20s and she was about 15. I asked her about it and she was convinced it was consentual and entirely her fault because, even though she said she
had repetively said no and she cried she didn't hit him. I asked why she didn't fight back and she said "oh I could never hit someone." Not
resisting is not consent.
[edit on 19-5-2009 by riley]