@korvus: Seems like I need to start signing contracts every time I'm about to have sex.
And yes, you're reading far too much into that sentence. But please explain to me how the guy was supposed to know that she didn't want it? In her mind she might not have wanted it, but did she communicate to the guy what she was thinking? Is he supposed to read her mind? She said nothing, did nothing, she just laid there. In the guy's mind, everything is fair game because she didn't communicate otherwise.
However, if she showed even the tiniest bit of resistance and the guy continued, then it's rape. That's all I'm saying.
And fuck off with trying to insinuate that I'm a rapist. And to this, "Did the women who had an orgasm during a rape wanted it after all?" No you twat, she's being raped.
If you knew anything about social queues you'd know that sex is a largely nonverbal act and people don't just go around asking people if they can have sex with them. Communication is done mainly through body language, and if you don't communicate with someone that you don't want to have sex with them, then how the fuck are they supposed to know?