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Author: Amandine Dupin
I was talking with a friend of mine who lives abroad a while ago, and we were discussing modes of transportation in the country she lives in. She mentioned the fact that she wouldn’t go into a taxi alone. I agreed. “Yeah, that’s not a good idea, you don’t wanna get…hurt,” I said. The word I had in mind was raped, but I felt uncomfortable saying it. She didn’t, though. “Yeah, since I definitely do not want to get raped or molested or something by a cab driver,” she said.
Why did I have such a problem saying the word rape? Seriously, what was wrong with me? Rape is a crime, just like murder. Both are horrible, horrible sins, but they happen every day. I have no problem saying the word murder; why did I feel uncomfortable with the word rape?