I don't tape or download these shows, but I seem to recall in "Fusion" that we are not shown how the attack was reported by T'Pol to Archer or others of the crew. She herself appears to downplay the incident to a certain extent. (Just as she refuses to discuss it in "Stigma".) At the time I could not help but assume that she had not revealed all the details of her encounter, that she herself may have felt as guilty about initially consenting to the contact, as she appearently was guilty about having been "moved" on some emmotional level by human music. "Fusion" strongly implies that she is not familiar with the mind meld at the time she agrees to one (she certainly doesn't understand what one might involve and has never "done it"). She finds it unpleasant and is not allowed to back away. Well, heck, guys, sure sounds forcing a virgin to go through with something she didn't understand and found out to be painful and unpleasant for her (or him). Under the circumstances would it be impossible to believe that she felt guilty as well as victimized? Here I was fooling around with these renegades, and look what I got... Would no one in this circumstance have mixed feelings? Isn't this why some rapes go unreported in the real world? Why men (or women) don't always report assaults (sexual or otherwise)? Or won't press charges? If this is what the writers are getting at, I don't think T'Pol's actions are so hard to understand at all. And if Archer was faced with an assualt he knew about, but had no way of bringing to a prosecution (a victim unwilling to testify because she felt guilty about the initial consent), yeah, he might have to be satisfied with throwing the guy off his ship (although I would have gotten a sucurity team to help me beat the crap out of him first). I mention "if this is what the writers are getting at". I'm not convinced that B&B figured out what they wanted to do in "Stigma" when "Fusion" was written. Look at how much I (and we) read into these eps to make them make sense to us. These eps are overwritten to allow Archer to make flowery "beat you over the head" speaches, and underwritten or superficially written when it comes to character motivation.