Sometimes there are fuzzy definitions of the word “rape.” Whoopi Goldberg, for example, once famously said that Roman Polanski’s sexual assault of a teenage girl “wasn’t rape rape.” Now, Israel’s high court has ruled that lying about one’s identity in order to seduce a woman is considered rape. An Arab man living in Jerusalem “presented himself as a Jewish bachelor looking for a serious romantic relationship,” according to Ha’aretz, and then a woman agreed to have sex with him. Once she found out that he was neither Jewish nor looking for anything beyond a one-night stand, she pressed charges. The man was convicted of “rape by deception” and sentenced to 18 months in prison.

Does this mean that any time a dude lies to you (“I love you,” “No, that girl totally isn’t my girlfriend,” “My wife and I have an open relationship,” “I’m not like those other guys”) to get you to have sex with him that counts as rape? Is Mystery now a wanted felon? Can I retroactively press charges against that guy I hooked up with in college because he’s a douche? And if it’s illegal to claim you’re a Jewish man looking for a long term relationship when you’re not, is this going to put JDate out of business?