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By tequilashot / Tuesday 20 September 2016 04:40 / Brazil - Porto Alegre
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By  Miss_Whipped  |  41

I want to stay positive, but my fear is that you were doomed from the start, OP. If he was only able to have sex with you while you were drunk, that speaks wonders about the both of you. Either way, I truly wish you the best of luck and hope that you are able to pursue a relationship with this guy.

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  GhostFox  |  33

If the relationship isn't ruined, by any number of factors like guilt, shame, the extremely questionable consent on both sides, the fact they had to be drunk to have sex....

By  Miss_Whipped  |  41

I want to stay positive, but my fear is that you were doomed from the start, OP. If he was only able to have sex with you while you were drunk, that speaks wonders about the both of you. Either way, I truly wish you the best of luck and hope that you are able to pursue a relationship with this guy.

By  rldostie  |  19

I'm more concerned that the man who you have such a crush on thought it was okay to have sex with a clearly drunk person. Not saying you wouldn't have been okay with it sober, but that says a lot about a person who is willing and wanting to have sex with someone so impaired.

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  Koalabiter  |  6

And you assume he made the move because . . .? She's the one that claimed she was in love with him. I guess if two drunk people have sex it must be non-consensual on the guy's part.

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  GeeThatSucks  |  9

I understand that consent gets tricky around alcohol. But saying that drunk people make mistakes and have bad judgement is not acceptable. The fact is that she was too drunk to consent. Without knowing how drunk the man was, it's also possible that he was to drunk to consent. That's the best case scenario because it puts them on the same level. But there's the very real possibility that the OP is describing a sex crime here.

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  GeeThatSucks  |  9

#10, ignorance is never a defense. Not knowing that someone else is drunk does not deny the fact that you proceeded in an instance where you could not obtain consent. It is immediately at that point unconsenting sex. There is another word for that. And "drunk people often make poor decisions, as the OP very clearly did." What poor decisions do you know the OP made? Was it when she got too drunk around someone she thought she could trust? That's literally victim blaming. So tell me. What did the OP do wrong? And use examples here. Because clearly you know something that the rest of us don't. Oh wait, you don't. You don't have any more facts. All you have is bullying someone who has unconsenting sex. Fuck you

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