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  11. Some readers may find the film The Night Porter interesting in this context. Don't believe everything you read in the reviews of it. It is necessary to watch it calmly, or you might see all manner of things that aren't there, and fail to notice the differences between how things were in the concentration camp flashbacks and how they are in the ‘now’ of the film.
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  13. by Sarah Cavendish on 2004 Aug 13 - 16:51 | reply to this comment
  14. RE: Experiences of Rape
  15. To answer your question, no the 'boyfriend' was not brought to justice. At that time (early 70's) all that would have happened is the courts would have said I asked for it because I was dating him, so why bother. Hopefully, he will get his karmic rewards...
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  17. Yes, the second, unknown, was brought to justice. When it occurred, I found that I was just one of 40+ victims. We all worked together to sort things out with the local rape crisis center. His trials were heard one behind the other and he ended up with over 1K prison time. A strange irony - during the occurrence of my incident, the perp's wife was in the hospital giving birth to their third kid.
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  19. Addressing your second issue, when a woman has fantasies of rape, it is generally a 'sexual' fantasy, not a severe 'life threatening' abuse fantasy. Her issue in the fantasy is a total 'loss of control' over this aspect of her life, which can be gratifying to her.
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