Phone Rape

A Tunisian family is suing a 30 year old man for "raping their 20 year old daughter through phone sex". It seems that while they were having phone sex, the girl kinda punctured her hymen. The argument is that the two of them had sexual relations, even through the phone, that led to the girl's loss of hymen. How that is rape, given that the girl did it to herself, I have no idea. But what do I know? But if it works and they convict the guy, await paternity suits for children conceived through cyber sex. 

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  1. leo
    April 24, 2008 at 5:11 pm

    I am curious to know how family even discovered what happened to that girl.

    Was family sitting through raping sessions? Parental guidance?

  2. Valerie
    April 26, 2008 at 1:03 am

    I want to know what the remedy will be. If the guy will be “forced” to marry her (when the family had previously objected), maybe the kids will get what they want.

  3. Joey
    April 26, 2008 at 9:04 pm

    The callousness of the post in general is disturbing (Almost as disturbing as the story itself). Stuff like this really happens. People can be victimized by the phone and through the computer in ways that hopefully, you or I would never think of. The original article is in Arabic so I don’t know all the details but even without knowing all the details, I wouldn’t assume it is a joke or the family is over reacting.

    It is a sad story for many reasons but unfortunately one that is all too typical of some of the stories coming out of the Muslim World right now and how people in Muslim countries are dealing with the current techno-cultural clash which is happening.

  4. Tom
    April 28, 2008 at 9:37 pm

    Will she now be taken out and stoned to death?

    I’m not quite sure HOW being on the receiving end of a phone call, that you can terminate at any time is being victimized. Are you alleging Stockholm syndrome Joey?

    It IS a sick, sad joke. That you can file a case in court over something which you had complete physical control over and are 100% responsible.

  5. Joey
    April 29, 2008 at 5:35 pm

    Maybe you know more of the details in this case, Tom. It is just that I am aware of people who have been victimized over the phone. You must not have heard of the McDonald’s employee who was awarded $6 million from McDonald’s last year for alleging that she was forced to strip and was sexually assaulted because of a hoax phone call.

    Albeit, this is probably a very different case than the one we are discussing here. But it does highlight (imo) the distinctive cultural difference between a Muslim approach to the issue versus an American approach. In America, you go after whoever has the most to lose and as long as you’re paid enough money you’re happy. In the Muslim world, your family makes the rape charge and actually goes after the alleged perp. How extraordinary!

  6. JFP
    May 1, 2008 at 1:21 am

    Please, Joey, the only abuse mentioned here is going the other way from what you are imagining, and you are being callous in ignoring this. By no stretch of the imagination is this guy guilty of rape, as it is currently defined.

    Notice, by the way, that this could have occurred if two lesbians were talking, too. Would you really want to say in such a case that one lesbian raped the other?

  7. Abestar
    May 1, 2008 at 5:15 pm

    Sex laws are so unfair today!!!!!!!!!!!


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