This thread involves perceptions of morality. This may seem weird, but I think some of you will find it very interesting, and certainly thought-provoking about the way we think about sexual consent. It might even make you feel a little hypocritical and inconsistent. I want you to take a look at both of these two threads. If you are a conservative, I want you to read this one first: woman sent to prison for "sexual assault" for misrepresenting her gender If you are a social progressive, I want you to read this one first: Woman claimed her husband repeatedly raped her, jury says he is not guilty I'm now going to take a poll, because I have a theory that most of those who strongly believe it was rape in the first story will insist that it was not rape in the second story, and that most of those who strongly believe it is not rape in the first story will insist it was rape in the second story. Even though both stories are about consent being violated.