British poll: Third of men say it's not rape if she flirted during the date, then changed her mind

A third (33 percent) of the men we asked didn’t think it could usually be considered rape if the woman had flirted on a date then changed her mind, compared with 21% of women, the study said. The same number also believe a woman can’t change her mind after sex has started.

Another finding is that a third of people in Britain (33 percent) do not think it is usually rape if a woman is pressured into having sex against her wishes but there is no physical violence.

And 40 percent said the practice of “stealthing”—the removal of a condom during sex without the consent of the partner to do so—is either never or not usually rape.