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  • aomiarmster 2:25 AM on 18/09/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    You shall not pass! Black Demon, Soul Reaver 2
  • aomiarmster 1:13 AM on 18/09/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    People are disgusting. Grog, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
  • aomiarmster 1:12 AM on 18/09/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    coercion COERCION coercion 

    What am I getting at? Simply put: DEFINITION of words.

    coercion CAN be sexual, but isn’t by definition; it can also be financial, or many other things

    It is like everything is one big messy web.

    someone forcing someone else to do something against their will

    coercion: the act of coercing;  use of force or intimidation to obtain compliance.

    1. To force, to act or think in a certain way by use of pressure, threats, or intimidation; compel.
    2. To dominate, restrain, or control forcibly: coerced the strikers into compliance.
    3. To bring about by force or threat: efforts to coerce agreement.

    1 : to restrain or dominate by force -religion in the past has tried to coerce the irreligious — W. R. Inge-
    2 : to compel to an act or choice -was coerced into agreeing-
    3 : to achieve by force or threat -coerce compliance-

    -related words-

    Main Entry:     violence
    Part of Speech:     noun
    Definition:     extreme force, intensity
    Synonyms:     abandon, acuteness, assault, attack, bestiality, bloodshed, blowup, brutality, brute force, clash, coercion , compulsion, confusion, constraint, cruelty, destructiveness, disorder, disturbance, duress, ferocity, fervor, fierceness, fighting, flap, foul play, frenzy, fury, fuss, harshness, murderousness, onslaught, passion, power, raging, rampage, roughness, ruckus, rumble, savagery, severity, sharpness, storm, storminess, struggle, terrorism, tumult, turbulence, uproar, vehemence, wildness
    Antonyms:     passivity, peace, peacefulness

    Main Entry:     attack
    Part of Speech:     noun
    Definition:     physical assault
    Synonyms:     advance, aggression, assailing, assailment, barrage, blitz, blitzkrieg, charge, defilement, dirty deed, drive, encounter, encroachment, foray, incursion, initiative, inroad, intervention, intrusion, invasion, irruption, mugging, offense, offensive, onrush, onset, onslaught, outbreak, push, raid, rape , rush, skirmish, storming, strike, thrust, violation, volley
    Antonyms:     aid, defense, flight, protection, resistance, retreat, shelter, shield, support, surrender, sustenance

    Main Entry:     rape
    Part of Speech:     noun
    Definition:     defilement; a forced sexual assault
    Synonyms:     abduction, abuse, criminal attack, depredation, despoilment, despoliation, forcible violation, maltreatment, molestation, pillage, plunder, plundering, rapine, spoliation, statutory offense, violation

    Main Entry:     ruin
    Part of Speech:     verb
    Definition:     devastate, destroy
    Synonyms:     bankrupt, beggar, botch, break, bring down, bring to ruin, bust, clean out, crush, decimate, deface, defeat, defile, demolish, deplete, deplore, desecrate, despoil, devour, disfigure, do in, drain, exhaust, fleece, impoverish, injure, lay waste, maim, make a mess of, mangle, mar, mutilate, overthrow, overturn, overwhelm, pauperize, pillage, rape , ravish, raze, reduce, sack, shatter, smash, spoil, total, use up, wipe out, wrack, wreak havoc on, wreck
    Antonyms:     build, construct, create, develop, grow


    Sexual Assault


    Sexual assault takes many forms including attacks such as rape or attempted rape, as well as any unwanted sexual contact or threats. Usually a sexual assault occurs when someone touches any part of another person’s body in a sexual way, even through clothes, without that person’s consent. Some types of sexual acts which fall under the category of sexual assault include forced sexual intercourse (rape), sodomy (oral or anal sexual acts), child molestation, incest, fondling and attempted rape. Sexual assault in any form is often a devastating crime. Assailants can be strangers, acquaintances, friends, or family members. Assailants commit sexual assault by way of violence, threats, coercion, manipulation, pressure or tricks. Whatever the circumstances, no one asks or deserves to be sexually assaulted.


    In most jurisdictions, the term sexual assault has replaced the term rape in the state statutes. This was done to be more gender-neutral and to cover more specific types of sexual victimization and various levels of coercion. For example, some state codes define Sexual Assault in the First Degree or Aggravated Sexual Assault as physically or psychologically forced vaginal, anal or oral penetration – which has typically been thought of as rape.

    Sexual Abuse, Sexual Misconduct, Sodomy, Lascivious Acts, Indecent Contact, and Indecent Exposure are all examples of possible sexual assault charges. Basically, almost any sexual behavior a person has not consented to that causes that person to feel uncomfortable, frightened or intimidated is included in the sexual assault category.

    The law generally assumes that a person does not consent to sexual conduct if he or she is forced, threatened or is unconscious, drugged, a minor, developmentally disabled, chronically mentally ill, or believe they are undergoing a medical procedure. Some examples of sexual assault include:

    • Someone putting their finger, tongue, mouth, penis or an object in or on your vagina, penis or anus when you don’t want them to;
    • Someone touching, fondling, kissing or making any unwanted contact with your body;
    • Someone forcing you to perform oral sex or forcing you to receive oral sex;
    • Someone forcing you to masturbate, forcing you to masturbate them, or fondling and touching you;
    • Someone forcing you to look at sexually explicit material or forcing you to pose for sexually explicit pictures; and
    • A doctor, nurse, or other health care professional giving you an unnecessary internal examination or touching your sexual organs in an unprofessional, unwarranted and inappropriate manner.
  • aomiarmster 12:23 AM on 18/09/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Welcome to your nightmare reality.

  • aomiarmster 12:05 AM on 18/09/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Men will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest Denis Diderot
  • aomiarmster 12:04 AM on 18/09/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Have more faith in the shadows. Tara, Silent Hill: Dead & Aware
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