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What is rape?

Legally, rape is defined as sexual penetration without consent. This includes penetration of the vagina or anus with any body part or object along with oral penetration by a sex organ without consent.

New York State Law for Rape:

First Degree: Class B Felony

Engaging in sexual intercourse with another person:

Second Degree: Class D Felony

Engaging in sexual intercourse with another person:

Third Degree: Class E Felony

Engaging in sexual intercourse with another person:

Rape is most often done by someone the victim knows.

A lot of the time, this means someone the victim is in a relationship with.

So rape can occur in a relationship?

Yes. Consent is required repeatedly so no matter what relationship you may hold or how many times you have sex - if it’s not given in the instance, it’s rape. If you have to be convinced, or if your partner threatens to break up with you, it’s rape. If sexual relationships with your partner make you uncomfortable in any way, it’s time to have a conversation. Any discomfort is valid.

What to do if you are raped:

Sources: RAINN