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Can I give consent if I'm Drunk?

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wilsonlam97 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 9:05 pm
The possiblity of it actually happening is just too slim IMO.
ronin1701 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 9:21 pm
What, that a woman would want to have sex with you? :razz:
lmao!
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1010101010101 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 10:34 pm
Full name?
Oh for f sakes.....cialis and viagra.
Thanks for the memories, RFD.
Good-bye.
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stealth wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 10:33 pm
Would it still count as rape if the woman somehow threatened the man in order to force him to perform on her?
Threats could be physical I.e at gunpoint, or more abstract...blackmail, or perhaps an employer/employee relationship? I suspect these might be considered to be more like sexual harassment than rape though.
Yes. The criminal code is very clear that sexual contact without consent is sexual assault, including situations where the accused induces the complainant to engage in the activity by abusing a position of trust, power or authority.
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stealth wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 10:39 pm
Oh for f sakes.....cialis and viagra.
Lol thanks not knowledgeable about those.
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1010101010101 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 11:08 pm
Lol thanks not knowledgeable about those.
Seriously? Even if you don't use 'em, surely you must have seen the ads that have been plastered all over TV for the past decade or so.

Examples:



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ronin1701 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 11:14 pm
Seriously? Even if you don't use 'em, surely you must have seen the ads that have been plastered all over TV for the past decade or so.

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Exactly! Although Viagara has way better ads.
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ronin1701 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 9:21 pm
What, that a woman would want to have sex with you? :razz:
Well played.
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ronin1701 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 11:14 pm
Seriously? Even if you don't use 'em, surely you must have seen the ads that have been plastered all over TV for the past decade or so.

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Yeah quite serious.

To be honest first time seeing both of those commercial, haven't watched tv for some time now. But I have surely have heard about viagra. Cialis I just heard of today thats why I asked what ' C ' meant. Taking pills is bad for you.
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1010101010101 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 6:47 pm
The person filing the charges would be the one who received the ' thrust-ing '
What if she backed that **** up while I was in a corner and couldn't get away... :)
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AudiDude wrote:
Sep 10th, 2012 1:51 am
What if she backed that **** up while I was in a corner and couldn't get away... :)
She would still file the rape charges on you after she is done. Just because she received the 'thrust'.

Her evidence would be semen samples in her *****.
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Heero01 wrote:
Sep 9th, 2012 2:23 pm
So... I am hoping for an answer from RFD lawyers here.

If I'm intoxicated. I meet a women and we end up having an intimate relationship because I was drunk can I have her charged with rape? If I was a female & drunk and I had sex with a dude can I later claim I was raped when I sobber up?

Thanks for the info.

Disclaimer: Nothing remotely describing the situation happened to me, I was just reading through american law and ran into this: http://www.uslaw.com/library/Massachuse ... item=46814

& apparently if a women is drunk and you have sex with her, you have essentially raped her. So I was curious if this was the same case for Canada and if it would apply for men as well.
It is my understanding that it is a legal grey area, once alcohol is involved it becomes highly subjective and controversial as who to believe. Women often do claim they are raped after drinking too much, sometimes they are truly raped by a guy taking advantage of a drunk chick, but more often than not, they just didn't remember, like the other many events they don't remember on that night,they may not remember falling over and vomiting, but when they wake up with vomit in their hair and a brusie on their head...

tHE FULL CASE CAN BE FOUND HERE.
http://caselaw.findlaw.com/ma-supreme-j ... 07970.html

-It appears that its not just sufficient for you to be drunk, the woman/man/other person must also know you were drunk
-The case seems to hinge on the prosecutors claim/ idea that a drunk person cannot consent. Well, I have no clue what happens if 2 drunk people have sex, maybe you both go to jail for rape :facepalm:
-If you are accussed of rape in Mass, rape shield laws mean that you basically don't get to cross examine the acuser on anyone they had sex with except you. That is, they could have had sex with 10 guys off the corner they just met and then have sex with you tomorrow, bang 12 guys the next day, then go in for a rape test, and she can claim she only had sex with you, and you won't be able to introduce that other evidence that there are 22 other men who could have done what is seen in the test. Pure BS to me. Claims that the statute is designer to prevent people from discrediting the rape accuser, but its extremely bias because a rape case is about credibility.
-Your best bet is to go unconscious because then any sex you have couldnot be by consent,and you could not be introuble for it becauseyou didn't consent to it.

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