The central tenet of today's women's movement is equality--in wages, treatment, opportunity. But what about in love and sex? Antonella Vitale is a PhD candidate at the Graduate Center, City University of New York and she is studying the practice known as fuitina, a Sicilian term used to describe the kidnapping of a woman for the purpose of rape or elopement--a practice that continues to this day, worldwide. The bottom line? It's complicated.