- Rape can be heterosexual or homosexual
- The victims can be either a man or a woman.
- Rape is not a continuous offence.
- Each act of intercourse amounts to a distinct crime.
- The victim can be abused by force, coercion, or deception.
- the prosecutrix cannot be compelled to submit to a medical examination
- The marital status and children of the accused is irrelevant to the case of rape
- In a prosecution for rape, the birth of a child is conclusively a prior act of unlawful intercourse
- The character of the prosecutrix is not a defense.
- Impotency can be considered a good defense in a criminal prosecution for rape.
- Subsequent marriage of the offender to the victim is not a defense .
- To make a victim go through psychiatric examination an accused should provide a compelling reason
- No Rape At all
- It was a Consensual sex