Does the "rape" genre of porn still count as porn, or does it transcend to become something greater than porn

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Feminists will say that, even though "forced sex" is another term for rape, "rape isn't sex": What the hell is “non-consensual sex?”

Seriously, what the fuck is “non-consensual sex?”

There is no such thing. Sex is something that happens when the parties involved are all consenting. Rape isn’t sex, it’s an act of violence, and if there’s no consent it’s rape.
That's right, it's something that transcends sex and is better than sex!

Objectifying a woman and treating her as property is better than getting her consent and treating her as an equal. It makes the sex of a different character.

And the same way with porn; if she's having a knife put to her throat and getting tied up and whatnot, that's like comparing, I don't know, milk to ice cream. Yeah, they're both dairy, but which is more satisfying?

And you know, the government even kind of admits this, because they put one form of porn, "child porn," into a different category based on the alleged lack of consent from the kid.
 
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