- Nov 17, 2012
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There is such a thing as assault, and that results in prison sentences usually, if the assault is conducted outside school property. But how is rape different from assault? After all, both assault victims and rape victims have their bodies fully recovered in a few days, discounting permanent bullying. So, what causes the female mind to not follow the body's recovery, and stay in the damaged state for years if not forever? Sex education in schools are correct to warn against rape, but they don't provide an understanding what makes rape special. Just as a guess, is this problem with rape because the female mind includes rape fantasies as a rule, and then ends up in a conflict with itself when these fantasies become reality? What is the differentiating reason why rape is not like all the other assaults?