As we know, the story of the immaculate conception starts off with a messenger of God propositioning a young virgin bride to be by telling her that "the Boss" has an overwhelming desire to inseminate her.
To which she naturally says "No". But then, she is asked a second time to submit to the request. Again, she makes it quite clear that the answer is "No".
Mary was then given an ultimatum that she had better do as she is told because it is the "Boss" and the "Boss" is going to be not happy otherwise. The rest is Biblical history of course....a perfect baby who doesn't cry for some reason, is born.
Now, considering the barbaric and uncivilized ways that were rife in those times let's just fast-forward to today's more genteel and sensitive new-age society. Picture this; a young lady goes to work one day, oh and she just happens to be a virgin and engaged to her boyfriend. A colleague comes up to her and says, "Hey, the Boss wants you in his office right now. He is going to get you pregnant". The lady, of course, refuses the invitation and says "No" yet the colleague says it again....."Come on now, you know you want to do it for the Boss, now do it". She again refuses the request by saying "No" in no uncertain way at which time the colleague states, "Listen, read my lips. Get into the boss's office right now or you will suffer the consequences". The rest is history and the reluctant mother gives birth nine months later. Now, in this scenario, what legal term would we give to the act which took place in the Boss's office and what word, starting with the same letter would we legally call the boss? And, what is the meaning of the word "No"?