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TheBird said:
jason1637 said:

I put this in the OP. 

He admitted to raping her. 

From what I just read, she said yes, which is consent. Not rape.

" but she made herself available.", even though she didn't want to, she MADE herself available by saying yes. They won't say she said yes, bu she did say yes. Regret the next day is not rape, she could of opted out halfway through, but she didn't. Not rape.

This #MeToo movement is the most toxic thing to happen in society in forever.

From what you just read, Ronaldo claimed 'she made herself available'. That is actually quite a vague statement. Does 'available' mean talking about the idea, being in the same room, or spending time with the other etc? None of theose things equate a defintive says.

'Even though she didn't want to' - she didn't want to - that would equate to rape if he did it anyway. Emphasis on 'if', nothing is proven yet, and I don't trust twitter as a source. But I seem to remember that Ronaldo referred to himself as a slave in 2009, went he was angling for a transfer. Doesn't paint the best picture of his personality back then.

As for the MeToo movement, yes I'm sure you find it utterly dreadful that women are feeling more empowered to out out against sexual violence. How toxic, how will these men cope? :/