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  Iamnotmyself  |  17

Casually? I bet he does this every Friday night. Possibly Saturday too. Hell let's go with every night. And even if he only did it once, I say spray him with ant spray and say "Die bitch, die"

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  Keyman1212  |  14

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  juicedboi  |  7

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  fthislyfe  |  22

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  fthislyfe  |  22

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  portablecupid  |  3

So rather than place the blame on the guy who confessed straight-faced to undressing a sleeping woman, you'd rather place the blame on a woman whose side of the story you haven't even heard? Yeah, there's a reason you got thumbs-down. People tend to dislike assholes who blame victims for getting assaulted.

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  dbss11  |  3

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  Ugi  |  26

I agree 5 - very few people seem to see that this is obviously sexual assault. I don't know about being mad for a few days - this guy should be locked up for a few years. Only odd thing (beyond the general perversion of it and having the ability to strip a grown woman without waking her) is that the OP didn't know something was up - if I went to bed clothed and woke up naked, the first person I would ask about this is my wife!

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  Dalliance  |  4

Okay, I don't mean to be crude or minimize the pain of actual rape victims, but is it actually considered rape if he *only* touches her vulva? Or is that sexual assault, with the term "rape" reserved for forced penetration? Just confused.

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  mudkipsan  |  19

@Dalliance: It's legally defined in a different way in every state. However, stripping off somebody's clothes and fondling their genitals without their consent should be considered rape. Sexual assault covers crimes considered less severe, but in a lot of jurisdictions there is some difference in where that line is drawn.

By  Emoney1  |  3

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