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Anonymous30 Nov 2009 01:54
There should not be any discrimination between 'different kinds' of rape.
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Anonymous30 Nov 2009 01:01
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Gan Theng Wei30 Nov 2009 00:55
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Joanna30 Nov 2009 00:52
rape is rape is rape
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Anonymous30 Nov 2009 00:49
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Anonymous30 Nov 2009 00:46
Rape is simply rape, regardless of circumstance, and must never be condoned in all its forms.
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Anonymous30 Nov 2009 00:45
This is common sense.
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Choe Ya Yi Jael30 Nov 2009 00:45
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Anonymous30 Nov 2009 00:43
Rape is a despicable act and offenders should be punished
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Chua Yini30 Nov 2009 00:37
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Hasanah Saliman30 Nov 2009 00:33
If it is non-consensual, it is RAPE. There should be no exceptions and no immunity to those who commit it. The institution of marriage should be respected and it does not give licence for a man to force himself on his wife.
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Karina Tham30 Nov 2009 00:32
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Wee Junyi30 Nov 2009 00:28
Why is this even an issue in the first place?
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Anonymous30 Nov 2009 00:26
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Anonymous30 Nov 2009 00:25
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Anonymous30 Nov 2009 00:14
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Anonymous29 Nov 2009 23:54
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Parmesh Singh Rikhraj29 Nov 2009 23:53
The current laws are outdated. They see rape as merely an act committed outside marriage, rather than a violent expression of dominance. Rape should not be defined by the surrounding circumstances, but by the nature of the act itself.
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Amrit Kaur29 Nov 2009 23:53
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Florence Lim29 Nov 2009 23:40
Longman Dictionary defines "Rape" as "to have sex with, against the woman's will" - when the sex is "against the woman's will" it constitute to rape. A Rape is A Rape - there should not be any difference whether the perpetrator and the victim are married. Although it is undeniable there maybe cases of false accusations, it is afterall a minority, as compared the number of women who have became "silent-suffers" of marital rape.