50 Shades of Cringe: Trump Accuser Implies Some People Think of Rape as 'Sexy' in Interview with Anderson Cooper

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50 Shades of Cringe: Trump Accuser Implies Some People Think of Rape as 'Sexy' in Interview with Anderson Cooper

Carroll:"I think most people think of rape as being sexy. They think of the fantasies."

 

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The clearly unbalanced woman who recently accused President Trump of assaulting her in the mid-1990s suggested that rape was "sexy" in an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Monday. 

Writer E. Jean Carroll, 75, who may or may not be off her medication, told Cooper there was nothing "sexual" about her alleged rape in the dressing room of a New York department store.

"I was not thrown on the ground and ravaged," Carroll said, denying that she was a victim. "The word rape carries so many sexual connotations. This was not sexual. It just hurt."

Carroll described the alleged event between Trump and her as a "fight" rather than "rape." When Cooper responded that most people would likely think of rape as a violent assault, Carroll responded that she thinks most people find rape "sexy."

Carroll: "I think most people think of rape as being sexy. They think of the fantasies."

Cooper quickly suggested they cut to commercial. 

"You're fascinating to talk to," Carroll then said as Cooper undoubtedly recognized he was speaking to a nut job.

"Batcrap? Party of one?"

Click below to hear The Chicks on the Right's take on E. Jean Carroll's interview.

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