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'Sexomnia' Apparently a Legal Defense Against Rape Charge, In Wales

'Sexomnia' Apparently a Legal Defense Against Rape Charge, In Wales
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Guilty!

07/05/2011

1. If he really has sexomnia it means he knew about it and could have made precautions.
2. If it was so hot in the house why did he invite her to share the bed? I could have maybe, probably buy it just a bit if it was about conserving heat. He should have taken the couch. He would sleep in a hot room but at least he would be protecting the girl from inflicting the consequences of his disorder on her.
3. Maybe he doesn't have sexomnia but somnophilia (desire for sleeping people) and wants to get away with it. Pretending to have sexomnia with the previous partners would make some sense then. he wouldn't have to ask for consent in advance and make himself open to rejection of his kink. She was underage, sick and asleep. That's three things that bar consent. Convenient, eh?

07/06/2011

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