Breitbart editor: Rape used to mean something, now it's 'any sex that the woman ends up regretting'

Breitbart editor-in-chief Alex Marlow says the way rape is defined has changed.
 
“Rape used to have a narrow definition. Rape used to have a definition where it was — it was brutality, it was forced sexual attack and penetration,” Marlow said on SiriusXM Patriot's Breitbart News Daily, according to Media Matters.
 
“Now it’s become, really, any sex that the woman ends up regretting that she had.”
 
Marlow said that "leaves us without a lot of clarity."
 
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"Because when words lose their meaning, then they can be manipulated," he said. "Rape used to mean something. We used to all know what it meant. And now we don't know what it means. And then we don't know what's credible and what's not."
 
His comments come as a growing number of people have come forward in recent weeks alleging sexual misconduct.
 
 
Sen. Al FrankenAlan (Al) Stuart FrankenThe job no GOP senator wants: 'I'd rather have a root canal' Take Trump literally and seriously in Minnesota Ninth woman accuses Al Franken of inappropriate contact MORE (D-Minn.) is facing allegations from two women, including one who accused Franken of kissing and groping her without her consent.
 
Multiple media figures are also facing allegations of sexual misconduct. CBS's Charlie RoseCharles Peete RoseBloomberg allies acknowledge his past 'disrespectful and wrong' comments about women Saagar Enjeti rips ABC for alleged Epstein coverup CBS defends decision to bring back 'Bull' after allegations against star MORE was fired Tuesday after being accused by eight women of unwanted sexual advances.