This is a blast from the past. Perhaps a little dated, but not by much. If you were a fan of "All In the Family" back in the day, you may remember a 1977 episode where a man forces his way into the Bunker household while Edith was alone with clear intentions. I watched it as a kid (probably way too young for it,) and I remember how agonizing it was as she tried every psychological ploy she could think of to get rid of him before finally forcing him out the door. The article has the full episode embedded. I was pleased to find out that the writer deliberately wrote it to make a social contribution, in close partnership with a rape crisis center, and that it took him a whole year to perfect the script before they started filming. The wisdom at the time was "think, yell, run, fight, tell," and Edith demonstrated each step clearly. Most importantly, when she did tell her family was very supportive at the end. Which is cathartic for the viewers but not usually grounded in reality. Here's the link for the article. It goes into the "steps" listed above, and how the episode was received at the time. It's a fantastic read.