It’s quite a contradictory statement but one which sets me off. What plot comes to your mind when you read that line? It’s tricky to retain the non-consensual aspect when it’s demanded by the victim, and it becomes even more fun when it’s to someone she trusts.
I think of a shrink who decides it’s a good idea to experience how her patients felt in order to help them better. She decides to get that favour from another patient of hers who’s a reformed rapist but is on the verge of losing control. Maybe this will quench his thirst for a while. Win-win. The first time he fucked her they had a safe word and it wasn’t helping either of them. Second time, no safe word…still not rapey enough. They both keep pushing the envelope, not even noticing how intense they’re getting. In the final rape she’s broken and regretful, finally getting what she wanted. Spent two weeks in the hospital. But at the end of it, a smile on her face, craving for more…
Another story I have is a lady cop caught by the mob. She recognizes an undercover colleague, and signals him to rape her good so she can be spared other forms of torture. He has to - any display of mercy could mean exposure and death for them both. She tells him he must rape her like their lives depended on it, and even hits him to provoke his animalistic side.
After typing all that I came to the realization that rape isn’t that hard to depict at all. If there’s even an ounce of non-consent…that’s rape right there. Awesome!