[Sonia:] I say 'we' did it, and other times 'he'. That's part of the conflict. In the early years when I felt that it wasn't only sex, it was my whole life that he had control over - that was when I really started feeling powerless. The conflict was about knowing it was wrong, knowing he was my father ... and, at the same time, enjoying sex. And knowing that he'd love me if I did this. I felt guilt for a long time. I can now accept the fact that it was rape ... but I still can't help feeling that I'm responsible ... why didn't I get out, otherwise? And because I enjoyed it sometimes.
source: From the book 'Father-Daughter Rape' by Elizabeth Ward; The Women's Press Ltd, London; 1984