“Ms. Brourman says, according to the court papers, that Mr. Conforth pressured her into a series of sexual encounters, some of them in his campus office, and later, after she had graduated, raped her in his Ann Arbor apartment.
A second former student, Ms. Brown, said she was pressured into a sexual encounter with Mr. Conforth after he told her he had feelings for her and pursued her for several weeks.”
There’s a difference between “pressure” and “rape.” The simple fact is that a lot of men are getting laid by applying non-violent psychological pressure to women. There are a lot of male feminist “gentleman” who try to wait until the woman wants it as much as they do and wind up waiting a long time. They used to say the issue was that women were “ashamed” and had “hang-ups” due to religious superstitions and that if we could get rid of that, women would want sex just as much as men do. But religion has been weakening for decades yet we’re as far from the pronhub fantasy as ever.