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  • Depends on the timing. If he keeps going well after you said "No" or becomes violent I would say yes. But if it's a couple of seconds as his brain comptues what you just said and then he stops I wouldn't call it that.
  • If the sex is unwanted from you, and you say stop, or something equivalent at any time, and the other continues, it's considered rape. ANY unwanted sex is considered rape.
  • Yes. At any point in time that someone performs a sex act without consent, it is rape. The legal issues on this are less clear; however, because the burden of proof is on the prosecution, and legal definitions of rape vary by jurisdiction.
  • Yes... This happens alot to girls and they think nothing of it.. IT IS RAPE! You could report it. I happened to me and i never talked to the guy again.. IT IS RAPE!
  • The law varies by state, but in most states (if not all) this is rape. Although it is harder to prove because you already consented to the penetration, so a rape kit will do little good. However, it is important for a woman to actually say "no." Many states say that a "reasonable mistake" is an affirmative defense to rape. Thus, if a woman has unwanted sex but does not clearly indicate that it is unwanted, this could be a defense.
  • I think if the both of you were halfway or well into it, it should not be considered rape. I mean, the girl already made the decision to have sex, gave her consent, and went ahead. Girls should realize that it's very, very hard for men to stop after they've started. Their sex drive is a lot stronger.
  • Yes, this is withdrawing consent. There are plenty of reasons why a woman would want to stop, and if the guy goes ahead and forces her to have sex, it is rape. Example - they get naked and fool around and the woman asks the guy to put on a condom. The guy refuses to wear a condom. The woman says she won't have sex without a condom. If the guy forces her to have sex, he is raping her, even though they've already engaged in some consentual behavior. I have heard stories of this happening and it is extremely difficult to prosecute such a case, because she had offered consent previous to his refusal to wear a condom. Regardless, it is still rape. Another example - two people are having sex. The man wants to do a particular sex act that the women doesn't want to do (i.e. Anal sex). She says she doesn't want to do that, she just wants to have regular sex. He says they're going to do it anyway. Now the woman is freaked out and wants to stop having sex altogether. If he forces her to perform a sex act that she doesn't want to do, or forces her to continue having sex when she doesn't want to anymore, it is rape. Some men have this weird idea that women arbitrarily withhold sex from them for no reason, and therefore it's legitimate to force them to give them what they want. This is, frankly, bullshit. A woman is a rational person with desires of her own and she is free to exercise them; forcing her to submit to his desires is always, always rape. Also, sex isn't something that a woman possesses and a guy takes from her, it is something that two people do together. When one of them is not a willing participant, something is wrong and the encounter should stop. Just because a man can get away with it legally due to our f'ed up justice system doesn't mean he's not a rapist. If a guy forces you to have sex, it's rape. Period.
  • A resounding YES!!!
  • IM NOT GOING TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION CAUSE NO MATTER WHAT ANSWER YOU GIVE .ITS NOT ACCURATE AND RIGHT AND YOU ARE STILL WRONG.
  • Why did you start in the first place?
  • Maybe the person has second thoughts... it would be considered rape.
  • The first part, NO ... but every moment after the STOP, most definately YES.
  • It would be easier to answer to a more...elaborately constructed case. Depends entirely on the situation and how well the woman communicates her wish to stop. A "no!" can be worlds apart from "I'm not so comfortable with this".
  • Yes, definitely!
  • if you do this, you are just a horrible tease. why you would allow intercourse briefly and then halt it by staying stop is just cruel. i don't feel this question has a true "yes or no" answer.
  • I think you'd be on dodgy ground legally - technically it probably is, but I the legal system would give you a very, very hard time. (Which whilst very unpleasant is also quite understandable as you did give consent initially, there are unlikely to have been any witnesses and it's difficult to differentiate between a girl who protested and one who just regretted it afterwards)I would say the likelihood of a conviction in this case would be minimal. My advice would be not to get into that situation in the first place. Don't allow yourself to be pressured into sex you don't really want - if you're not sure what you want right now, it's better to make it a no.
  • Yes, very much so. If at ANY point, ANYONE involved says to stop and ANYONE else doesn't, it's rape. Rape is sex without consent, if they say to stop they have withdrawn their consent and if you continue to have sex with them it is now sex without consent, thus rape. Semantically AND legally.
  • if you say no it become rape
  • YES YES YES. Any person, at any time, has the right to say nooooo to any sexual act that they do not wish to do or continue doing.
  • I guess legally it is.... That's such a tough one though, because for guys, once we get going, the LAST thing we want to do, and one of the hardest things TO do, is stop. I mean, I suppose it IS the womans will, and if she says no, it should be no, but I can understand why, in these situations, guys don't stop.
  • it doesn't matter how far you allow the other person to go - if you say stop or change your mind they need to respect that otherwise they are a rapist and they have violated you
  • Yes that's rape.
  • Under the law it is but it may be unrealistic to let a guy be in her then ask him to stop in a lot of cases
  • Yes it is hun. If you are ignored on your part of the activity then yes he is commiting an attempted rape.
  • Yes is still rape. As long as the other person does not conceit at any time, it is rape.
  • Yes it is rape but you will have a hard job proving it unfortunately. Any one should be able to change their mind at any stage but sometimes you will be ignored. They will say they couldnt help it. Its the myth of the uncontrollable penis.
  • yes...no means no........that is rape......
  • yyyyyyeeeeeeeeeeessssssssssss wow i guess your one of those guys
  • I'm a woman and I think it would be cruel to ask a guy to stop f**king me just after we got started. Shouldn't you have said no prior to having sex? Why did you ask the guy to stop?
  • Yes, its still rape. But few courts would probaly see it that way.
  • that's kind a RAPE
  • Yes of course that is rape. He can go to jail for that because you said no! I believe you should stop seeing him before it gets worse.

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