Consensual sex becomes rape as soon as woman says "I need to go home", says California Supreme Court.

"I-need-to-go-home" means "stop". ?And failing to stop in the midst of consensual sex is "rape".  A boy who failed to read the girl’s mind and make the appropriate interpretion of her cryptic comments was sent to jail for "I-need-to-to-home"-rape or "can’t-understand-women’s-subtle-hints-rape".

It is none of the 20 types of rape,  and different from the "5-second-rape" where the "Stop" was explicit and clear. So we are up to 21 types of rape and counting.

During consensual sex girl says "I need to go home" and "I should be going now".  "No" means "No", and "I should be going now" means "Stop".   Women like men to read their mind and understand their indirect speech. But failure to understand a woman’s veiled hint now is punishable with long jail terms for"rape".

In our modern language aberration, everything is the same:  there is no difference between "forcible rape at knife point", taking 5 seconds to stop consensual sex when the girl says "stop" ("5-second-rape"), or taking 90 seconds to understand the deeper meaning of "I should be going now", all is the same: "rape". Our language is becoming more and more impoverished and is losing its precision and subltety, thanks to feminist manipulative language that sees only black and white with no nuances.

The 2000 case involved two 17-year-olds who had sex in a bedroom during a party. The boy testified that the sex was consensual and that he stopped when the girl demanded. She testified the boy kept having sex with her for about a "minute and a half" after she called it off.

The boy was convicted of rape and served about six months in a juvenile facility. The high court affirmed that conviction Monday.

Justice Janice Rogers Brown, while agreeing with the majority on what constitutes rape, dissented on whether the boy was guilty. She wrote that the girl never clearly said stop, instead saying "I should be going now" and "I need to go home."

Brown also wondered how much time a man has to stop once a woman says stop.

"Ten seconds? Thirty?" she wrote.   foxnews.com

Freerepublic reports on the "I-should-be-going-rape". The comments of the Free Republic readers are enlightening.

  • The law has convicted a 17 year old boy of a serious felony and branded him as a sex offender for life for having sex with a girl who gave her permission and then during the act said "I should go home."
  • We now live an Alice in Wonderland existence where common sense and logic have little application.
  • So… Does this mean that if the boy has an orgasam and the girl insists that he continue for a little while, she is guilty of rape?
  • The boy told the girl to stop, and she didn’t. Is it still rape and does she deserves the six months?
    • But I would add the complication that the boy never actually said stop, he only said "I need to go to football practice". Well……?
  • Read it again. She never told him to stop. She said, "I should be going now."  By the court’s logic, if they were driving around in his car, and she said the same thing, he would be guilty of kidnapping if he took ninety seconds before turning around and heading toward her house.
  • I must be missing something. Didn’t she say, "I need to be going" or something to that effect? I don’t think she ever said "stop" or something definitive like that.   It has now been legislated that men are supposed to be able to read women’s minds.
  • Once the penis is inserted without protest from the woman, consensual sex has begun. Come on people, this boy can go to JAIL for this… If they want to making failing to stop DURING the sex act a crime, then let them try to make that a crime, but call it a new name, not rape.
  • I have the same gripe with people who use the word ‘pedophile’ about a 20 or 30 year old who has sex with a 16 year old. If you think about the mind who has sex with a seven year old, and compare that to the mind who has sex with the 16 year old, are they really anything alike?

    Likewise the mind of the guy who takes a minute to stop after a ‘hint.’ Is that really remotely the same mind as the guy with the knife?

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    my 28 year old son had consensual sex with a 16 year old who in turn was setting him up for someone out to get him. In turn she then claimed rape. He has been texted messages stating “you fucked yourself royally now” bond set at 50,000.00, not notified of any of his court appearances, goes to court and is told he has no court date by seven people and demands to recheck finding out yes he does have court appearance today. We can not afford an attorney, he does not have a job. I borrowed money to bond him out. Need help. Someone know anything to help?

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      Try to ask at http://www.reddit.com/r/MensRights/

      Ask a complete question, tell at least what state this is in.

      Also try at least to get a public defender, but that is problematic. Many are very incompetent or desinterested.

      What is the age of consent in your state? 17 or 18? Then he is screwed.

      He probably should deny everything, plead the 5th amendment (I think this is the one about not required to do self incrimination).

      His only way out is to deny everything.

      If there is clear proof, he is doomed. If you are in the US and she is below the age of consent. If there is no proof, the woman is usually believed. There are cases where the woman tried to protect the man and was put in jail till she would testify against him.

      If he already admitted anything, he is doomed too.

      try to find in youtube “Don’t talk to police”

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