I only enjoy sex if the man forces me into it, so of course I'm going to say “no” and mean “yes”—or, really “take me!” And I wouldn't mean “try harder” because he will be a big, strong man, more than capable of ravishing me without any real effort on his part. If it takes an effort for him to ravish me, then he's not man enough for me.
Ideally, however, that's only going to happen in an established romantic relationship, not a casual encounter. (Been there, did that, not that interesting any more.) So how do we get the point of him knowing that's what I want? Especially with the feminists incessantly screaming that “No Means No!” and society demanding that we must all follow that dogma?
I'll confess, I really hate having to explain that to him. If you have to ask to be ravished, then it really doesn't count. So I would very much prefer that he's got some intuitive smarts, so he understands me without me having to explain it. I also assume that he will be as turned on by forcing me into sex as I will be, so it should not be a problem. (If he's not turned on by the idea of forcing a woman into sex, then he's not the right man for me.)
Of course, some people will invariably reply that you can't expect all or most men to realize that's what women want, how risky it would be for them to assume that in this day and age, etc. But then, I'm not assuming that all or most men should be able to intuitively pick up on that. I'm not interested in most men anyway, I'm only interested in a very rare and special man who knows what he wants, and who has enough smarts to intuitively understand what his woman wants, too. (And perhaps many other women too. Ravishment is still on top of the list of favorite female sexual fantasies, according to most polls.)
If I have to explain it to him in 12-point font and fill out a signed and dated “Consent to Ravishment” form, then he's almost certainly not the right man for me.