To be considered a crime, must it involve a victim? We punish rapists because 1) there's a victim and 2) there's the intent. What if we take the victim out of the equation? Can you punish someone for a victimless crime? Let's imagine far off in the future where we can buy robots as our sevants. There would have humanlike features and "highly adaptive" AI. You can buy them as you would buy a car at the dealer. You can also order then to any shape, size and type you want. Suppose someone orders a robot to resemble a young girl programmed to mimic a 12 year old baby sitter. One day he acts out his desires and rapes the robot. Is it a crime?