The problem that Mr. Duff discusses in the preceding article is this. A man attempts to commit the act of sex with a woman, nolens volens. He is aware that she may not be consenting, and is indifferent about it. In fact she does not consent. Public policy and common sense strongly suggest that he should be convicted of attempted rape, but the problem is to square this with the statutory rule that rape requires intention.
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