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Accused Rapist Succesfully Argues That He Is 'Too Gay To Rape' Woman

| by Jonathan Wolfe

A Canadian man was found not guilty of raping a woman this week after he testified that he is “flamboyantly gay” to court officials. The man said the idea of having sex with a woman is “revolting” to him.

The accused man, who remains unnamed, was originally charged with rape after a female friend of his said she woke up after a night of partying and found him having sex with her.

The woman testified that, upon her waking, the man ran out of the room immediately and jumped into bed with his boyfriend and pretended to be asleep. The woman underwent a medical evaluation afterwards that found semen present in her vagina. The semen did not, however, match the DNA of the accused man.

The woman claims the man told her and her friends that night that he was bisexual. Presiding Judge Herbert Rempel found the woman’s claim unconvincing.

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“It strikes me as passing strange that he would make this admission in the presence of his new boyfriend and several family members of his estranged lover," Rempel said. “He made a point of testifying [in court] that he was a flamboyantly gay man or effeminate and this was obvious in his opinion to any neutral observer. He went on to state the thought of having sexual relations with a female revolted him."

Given the man’s testimony and the DNA mismatch of the semen found inside the woman, Judge Rempel ultimately found the rape accusations unwarranted. The accused man has been cleared of all charges.

Sources: Toronto Sun, Independent UK