I don't get all this hubbub about "illegitimate rape" and what it means. It doesn't mean anything, because there's no such thing. Akin was using "legitimate" as an intensifier, not a qualifier. The opposite of legitimate rape isn't "illegitimate rape", it's consensual sex. What Akin meant was that if you got pregnant from a rape, it wasn't rape. You enjoyed it, you slut.
Actually, he now made clear what he really meant: "I was talking about forcible rape, and it was absolutely the wrong word."
Because "forcible rape" is the right word and now it all makes sense. Women who scream while getting raped don't get pregnant. Only women who are drugged or unconscious get pregnant - but still shouldn't be allowed to get an abortion.