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|“||I will tell you something, to take with you. Your wife was far sweeter forced than many are willing. And truth put to it, I think not all of her objected...||„|
|~ Archibald Cunningham gloating about raping Rob Roy's wife.|
|“||Honey, hush. That's it, you fight. Better that way!||„|
|~ Bogs Diamond as he and the Sisters prepare to rape Andy Dufresne.|
Villains who have committed rape or attempted to do so. Rape is considered a very heinous crime (as well as an instant Moral Event Horizon crossing in most of cases). This category can also apply to villains who have had others raped even if they haven't committed the act themselves, such as most human traffickers or snuff filmers.
These villains are considered by many as among the most disgusting and repulsive of villains, because rape is often considered to be one of the worst form of torture, especially if inflected to children. Although (while a rape is always a serious crime) the gravity of the act depends of the age of the victim as well as the injuries inflicted and the duration of the rape, knowing that, to make matters worse, some rapists murder their victims afterwards (this is usually the case of thrill-killers). Rapists are also often associated to slavery or blackmail.
Rape is usually done to assert power and control over a victim. It is not necessarily done due to Misogyny, Misandry, or any other form of hate, but it is often done for those reasons. It may also be done as a form of vengeance over someone.
Rape is any sexual act performed against another against their will by aggressive means or deception (such as drugs) - this is an important thing to remember to differ it from molestation or sexual harassment (which is when a pervert acts inappropriately with another and makes them uncomfortable).
Harassment and molestation do not become rape until aforementioned violence or deception is involved. Thus, not all harassers or molesters are rapists (though a great many of them inevitably are, or become so in time).
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