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The Problem
The problem

It is always the one that you never suspected who is the perpetrator.

—An acquaintance rape survivor

I had dated Ted for several months. We met through some mutual friends. I really liked him. He was good-looking and a really neat guy. One evening after going out together for dinner, he invited me to his apartment to listen to some tapes of a band we had talked about at dinner.

As we sat on the couch and listened to the music, he became very aggressive. We had “made out” before but never anything really heavy—mainly hugging and kissing. When he started putting his hands in places I didn't appreciate, I told him so. He acted as if this was a challenge and continued to do ...

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