I’ll describe each situation in greater detail, since it did not allow me to do so in the choices.
Situation 1; Two people go into sex without really saying anything… it just naturally progresses as such. Verbal consent nor opposition were given on either end. One of the people involved is uncomfortable, but says absolutely nothing nor indicates their discomfort in a way comprehensible to the other person. However, the next day they decide that since they didn’t really want it, they will claim rape.
Situation 2; Someone who is clearly drunk comes up to someone else (who is sober) and is flirting with them, and then the two go alone and proceed to have sex. The next day, after realizing what happens, the formerly drunk individual feels as if the sober one took advantage of their drunken state and that had they not been drunk, they would have said no. They then wish to press charges for rape.
Situation 3; Someone gives consent right off the bat (verbally) and then halfway through says “I don’t want to continue” but they are pressured into it and/or forced to continue.