For the record, I HAVE seen that one, and I'm pretty certain that no, he didn't. The scene in question is one where Bond is at a health resort, and a villain has just busted up the place while the beautiful female attendant was elsewhere. She comes back, and starts getting anxious about how it'll be her job if her boss finds out that she wasn't where she was supposed to be. Bond is like 'Well, I can think of ONE way you could convince me not to tell', and she goes 'You don't mean...? Oh, no,' and he says 'oh, yes,' and they go behind a curtain and the scene changes. True, one could view that as sex through blackmail if viewed literally, but it needs to be seen in context - James has been bustin' the Bond moves on this attendant since he first arrived, and she's been playing the 'exasperated but possibly interested' card for a similar amount of time. They've been flirting, is what I mean, and the scene plays out as the culmination of that, rather than any sort of display of force. Bond's still a chauvinist pig and all, of course, but I don't think he would ever resort to rape - for one thing, he prides himself on his gentlemanliness, and for another, one of the more ridiculous aspects of the series is how every beautiful woman he meets immediately falls deeply in lust with him and goes 'Sex? Sure! Now? No problem!'