Or, you could look into what the law was in 1911! You don't actually have to make **** up! In 1911, sex within marriage was seen as a duty. A woman in marriage was "femme covert" - she was considered a dependant who could not own property, control her own earnings, etc. She was like an underage child. She might not even get custody of underage children if her husband died. In Thompson v Thompson (1910) the USSC ruled against a woman who sued her husband for $70,000 of physical damages on the grounds of the marriage being one legal entity - femme covert. So, there couldn't be two sides to the issue. Due to the history of coverture, marital rape wasn't considered a crime until the 1970's. Now, you want to ignore the last 50 years of jurisprudence in order to block men from being charged with rape??? Do you really want to go back to 1911 - like you propose above??