According to the Rape / Sexual Assault rules promoted, lobbied for and passed on College Campuses across the US: Riley J. Dennis is unequivocally – a Rapist.
No. Other people have freedom of choice. If R doesn’t want to have sex with Q: it is R’s right not to have sex with Q.
More over: for Q to attempt to guilt or shame R into having sex with Q is abuse.
Psychology Today: “How To Identify A Sexual Manipulator” Published May 19, 2015 by Gregory L. Jantz Ph.D.
“Through all of this behavior, the typical manipulator is smart and eloquent enough to deflect any initial resistance or objection to their overtures. Often, they will create explanations and excuses for their conduct, projecting the blame for any misunderstanding onto their target. The more off-guard they can make the target, and the more confused their target becomes, the better the atmosphere for the sexual manipulation. Exploiting naiveté, inexperience, uncertainty, and confusion is their game. Such responses can actually excite the sexual manipulator. Since most of us are not completely comfortable dealing with the sexual advances of others, sexual manipulators have a built-in advantage which they use to achieve their selfish goals.”
The Blaze: “University declares ’emotional manipulation’ to be rape” Published Dec 1, 2016 by Kaitlyn Schallhorn
“Coercion, as defined by the university, “is considered rape/sexual assault.”
“Coercion is the use of emotional manipulation to persuade someone to something they may not want to do — like being sexual or performing sexual acts,” the college’s website states.
“Being coerced into having sex or performing sexual acts is not consenting to having sex and is considered rape/sexual assault,” it continues.”
Bustle: “Is It Rape If You Say Yes? 5 Types Of Sexual Coercion, Explained” Published Apr 16 2015 by Eden Strong
“Sexual coercion is when tactics like pressure, trickery, or emotional force are used to get someone to agree to sex. It can be as as simple as encouraging someone to have a few too many drinks, or it can hide inside threats like “I’ll leave you if you don’t sleep with me.” But no matter what form it takes, sexual coercion isn’t just “a part of life” — it’s manipulative at best, and at worst, it’s abuse.”
Riley is engaged in emotional manipulation towards the goal of acquiring sexual conquest by means of emotional manipulation using guilt and shame as the active tactics. Riley is not a good person, Riley is an abuser.
More over, according to the rules set forth on many college campuses by Riley’s fellow Social Justice Warriors: Riley is a rapist.
Isn’t it lovely? The easiest way to denounce SJWs is by applying their own rules: to them. In which case they either need capitulate that the ideologically based rules and definitions which they support are wrong: or plead guilty to the very crimes those rules proclaim them to be guilty of.
It’s a beautiful thing. According to the Rape / Sexual Assault rules promoted, lobbied for and passed on College Campuses across the US: Riley J. Dennis is unequivocally – a Rapist.