[QUOTE="Kemetstry, post: 995485, Sounds like you're turning this into a bash topic on women who have been sexually assulted. I hope I'm wrong. Yes, you are wrong. My problem is with those that didn't step up. Or are overly PC I'm not familiar with women being sexually assulted and turning against all men. I've talked with women, in group settings, about our rape. I am No one is thinking about hating all men. That was never discussed. I had to threaten to file suit against a battered women's shelter for excluding all men from helping What usually happens if you have a partner, the male will leave the home if he lacks what it takes to deal with that kind of fear and pain. My then, now divorced, spouse did leave for a while. I have not found that to always be true. Especially today I don't understand what you're saying about comparing the military to rape. I'm was only prepared to speak about the title of this topic. The overwhelming majority of rape victims don't think they are going to die. You have to have been there. It's not the same .[/QUOTE] Just to address this. Yes, rape victims do believe or know they may be killed. If he’ll rape you he will kill you. Twice I thought I would be killed.