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    Hi. Great episode guys. But the end wasn't quite comclusive. Can there be a continuation seeing as it is quite an important subjet

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    Thank you for using this platform to discuss rape in our society.This episode was very insightful with a lot of opinions and misconceptions highlighted that sadly depict the opinions of the larger society. I am a graduate student at Michigan State University in the U.S. and my research area is on rape and domestic violence in Nigeria. I would actually like the opportunity to talk with your cast and re-visit this topic especially because the take-away message from this episode is contradictory to the facts of rape and this portrayal will only serve to promote rape culture in Nigeria. I will be in the country in this June. Please reach me at ayeniolu@msu.edu if your team is interested in continuing this conversation.

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    TOPE you LIE !!!!!!!!! RAPE is not defined as forceful sexual intercourse. Wikipedia defines Rape as a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse or other forms of sexual penetration carried out against a person without that person's consent. Here lies the problem people think that for rape to occur there must be an element of force where as in reality the action to be mindful of is "THE ACT OF CONSENT". If CONSENT is NOT GIVEN then it is RAPE, forcefully or not. No is No and that's it..... There's pussy all over Lagos if she says no move to the next babe.

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    The guy in the pink shirt and the guy in the green shirt should be checked. This mentality is worrisome. Who knows their ex's or so, they need to checked!

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    See, it doesn't matter is someone says no in bedroom voice or no with a stern voice. No is flipping no!!! My goodness! If you get with someone and they say no, stop. If they complain later well tell them they said no! This issue of fronting or no fronting, when somebody says no it is a no! Nigerians we still have a long way to go if people keep thinking no means go ahead, my goodness!!!

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    Tope needs help! Even after Seyitan cried he is still sitting there making excuses for rape. The rape culture in Nigeria is problematic and I am happy you guys had this conversation. Sex is to be enjoyed by two individuals, and consent from both individuals is necessary, albeit if someone says 'No!' - regardless of the octave of he/she the other party should not go through with the sexual act!! Tope and the other guy (can't remember his name) but he kept laughing throughout the show) both need to be educated. And their silly excuse that no one has come forward with rape allegations - is the reason why the rape in the justice system needs to be revisted and also the shame of sex for women needs to be addressed. Tope and friend the only reason why women have not stepped forward to accuse you is probably because if she was to do so she would be shamed for having sex/"putting herself in that situation" in the first place. In other words, it would do her more good to keep it to herself than to come out publicly and say you raped her. Please "No!" is no!!!!!!!!!

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