I see you have an objection of some sort, but can’t really say what it was I said that you object to? That’s certainly interesting.
It’s not my problem if you’ve never heard of Merriam Webster or The Oxford Dictionary of the English Language…
“ (typically of a man) force (another person) to have sexual intercourse with the offender against their will.”
You know… forced sex. There wasn’t any forced sex in her story, so she wasn’t raped… just another confused woman that regretted choosing to do it. Oh well. Responsibility is hard.
My theory is that people like her that insist that just about every interaction with men constitutes rape, does far more for making women scared than anything… like inventing “campus rape culture” out of thin air. No such thing actually exists, yet we might suppose that college girls… safer on campus than in the “real world” when it comes to rape… are more scared because of such hyperventilation.