We join the inane chatter about Julian Assange somewhere near the end of the 50th minute:
"... just because he's a rapist doesn't mean I'm saying he's some some sort of violent... It's such a loaded term...."
There's much more, of course, but that gives you a feeling for the discussion. Continue at your own risk.
ADDED: Instapundit repeats the "just because he's a rapist" quote and snarks "It's not rape-rape," which is a reference to what Whoopi Goldberg said about Roman Polanski.
AND: Back in the 1970s, beginning with the extremely influential book "Against Our Will" by Susan Brownmiller, feminist doctrine portrayed rape as an act of violence. I have been in the presence of feminists who would jump on you, quite harshly, if you said there was some sexuality involved. No, it was 100% violence. You were a heretic if you didn't accept that doctrine. I would challenge Maureen Tkacik with the proposition that if you don't think it's violence, then you shouldn't call it rape.