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By Anonymous - / Saturday 11 April 2015 22:05 / United States - Shelby
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By  A07  |  47

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By  TiggyBonkers  |  31

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By  LennyComa  |  36

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  sstahpp  |  33

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By  A07  |  47

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  NeatNit  |  32

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By  swanheart  |  35

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  onlychildFTW  |  33

Well in his defense she could have been dressed like the prostitutes in the area. It could be a known area for prostitutes as well. And it does sound too good too be true that it was that easy to get her into bed. Maybe it's just me but I could see him making that as an honest mistake.

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  Aimeejasmine  |  15

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  Vestin  |  18

#74: This is not a gender issue. If you're at a hospital and see a guy in a white coat carrying a stethoscope, it's probably a doctor. ANYONE CAN DRESS LIKE THAT while not being a doctor, but it's implicitly understood anyway. We don't have time to verify every aspect of our lives every time, we take shortcuts and make assumptions. I could go all "more feminist than thou" and call upset people here SWERFs ;P...

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  Aimeejasmine  |  15

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  mfmylifesrsly  |  29

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  tygerarmy  |  35

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  ChristinePi  |  36

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  Brandi_Faith  |  31

22, because she doesn't know him at all and he could be the type of guy that rapes and kills prostitutes or likes to beat on women, or any number of scary things. I'm not judging her because she had sex, but having sex with someone you just met is a good way to get hurt & just isn't safe, in my opinion.

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  Axel5238  |  29

Whether or not if OP was a guy or girl, sleeping with someone you don't know these days is more dangerous than it used to be with higher STD rates. Plus you don't know if the person is crazy and would try to stalk you or do something else. I have a friend that while in college slept around quite a bit we warned him to be careful. Thankfully nothing happened, but we had 2 female friends that did the same hook up with random guys and both got an std. Regardless of gender it's potentially dangerous and not something to be proud of. Just cause guys do it doesn't mean it's a good idea and it people criticize it because it's potentially dangerous and it shouldn't be everyone else that has to stick up for someones debatable life choices. I'd expect to get shit for mine. Just because it's a choice doesn't mean it's a good one.

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  badgercheese94  |  13

#22, its kinda stupid after only one night. You gotta be wary of the guys you choose to sleep with. He might be a cheating asshole who already has a girlfriend, or he might be a total psychopath. Just saying everyone should be careful. Don't be too trusting with people you just met. He might also be the kind of perv to secretly film the sex. Never know anymore lol

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  EspecialK  |  3

Exactly. There are entire porn websites dedicated to these situations. There are spy glasses and hidden cameras which are easy to obtain, and often times used to film pornos without the woman knowing. This behavior is just reckless.

By  TiggyBonkers  |  31

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  DjeePee  |  24

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  morgasshk  |  14

I would think exactly the same and agree with commenter just the same if this happened with opposite sexes... In my opinion, anyone who does random hook ups is bonkers. I've done it, only once and my only regret of my sex life.

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  aylind  |  18

21 and 28, it has nothing to do with gender or enjoying sex. I see it as dangerous. You don't even know this person, you've just met them, and you're gonna put yourself in that vulnerable position? Screw that. What if that guy or girl turned out to be some psycho? It's just plain dangerous to hook up with someone you don't even know.

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  Desi_D123  |  27

As a woman, I wouldn't have sex with a guy I just met. Not because society is going to judge me (honestly, don't give a shit) but because there are too many psychos out there. At least know someone long enough to Google them.

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  DjeePee  |  24

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  gracehi  |  31

Well, Djpee, I'm glad that you've been fortunate enough that you've never encountered a dangerous person, and I also hope that, if you choose to continue trusting strangers, that you continue to be so fortunate. OP was fortunate enough to have encountered someone who was merely a cruel prankster. (I suspect he knew she wasn't a prostitute, and that he was just making fun of her.) It could have been much worse.

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  LastResort318  |  14

In USA, there was about 250 000 sexual assaults/rapes. Now assuming all of those were rapes and women it still wouldn't equal out 25 percent of the women in America being raped.

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  tdawg91  |  17

Djee pee: i'm glad you're fortunate enough to have met kind strangers but personally, I wouldn't put myself in that situation with a complete stranger and it's pretty dangerous for you to imply that anyone can do it and be fine, most people are kind and perfectly normal but it's that small percentage of psychos that make me NOT put myself in to situations like that.

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  mfmylifesrsly  |  29

That statistics fake? I did not know that. That still doesnt change the fact that the girl I made a comment towards shouldn't be careful. Also I know way too many women who have been raped so that's why I believed that statistic.

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  LastResort318  |  14

189, if you take 25 percent of the women in America, divide it by the number of the rapes/sexual assaults, it would take 158.6 years to reach it. Remember, some of these rapes/sexual assaults weren't even women, some were women who were raped more then once, and that some of these could be fake.

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  zBLAKEz  |  23

And not everyone in that statistic is a woman... I'd like to ask, if we're able to dismiss the factual statistic of how many rapes are reported because victims don't always report them, how can we have a solid statistic of 1 in 4 women being raped? Where's the solid evidence for it? I've seen numerous videos and articles saying that the 1 in 4 statistic is based off of a phone survey from decades ago. The 1 in 4 statistic is so widely used, and yet oddly enough I've never seen a peer reviewed study on it...

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  Aimeejasmine  |  15

Seriously #84? You're comparing the most natural act we know to a life destroying drug? ?? literally it's only sex.. When practised safely there is nothing dangerous about it ? geez you act like it's illegal

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