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Sims on Betsey Harris: “She willingly consented. … I… mounted her on the table, on her knees, with her head resting on the palms of her hands.” From The Story of My Life by J. Marion Sims.

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and she was enslaved.

duress |d(y)o͝oˈres|

noun

threats, violence, constraints, or other action brought to bear on someone to do something against their will or better judgment: confessions extracted under duress.

• Law constraint illegally exercised to force someone to perform an act.

• archaic forcible restraint or imprisonment.

coerce |kōˈərs|

verb [ with obj. ]

persuade (an unwilling person) to do something by using force or threats: they were coerced into silence.

• obtain (something) by using force or threats: their confessions were allegedly coerced by torture.