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By Anonymous - / Thursday 20 September 2018 03:00 /
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By  Briarpatch  |  18

Seriously, when you say, "Stop, that hurts," or "Slow down," or "I'm not ready," or anything like that, and he keeps going, that's pretty simply rape. It is traumatic bodily harm. Make DAMN sure he understands this, and that HE is the reason you need surgery.

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  Suaria  |  32

Coercion should not be considered legitimate consent. Asking a thousands times until someone says yes is coercion.

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  Joppei  |  8

You make an interesting point, which seems to find a lot of support seeing the amount of likes. I would personally always feel responsible for any decision I make, either after someone asks 1 time or 50 times. At how many times asking do you think should be the legal boundary between consent and rape? After someone says no, after how much time would you be allowed to ask again? I would feel denigrated if someone would say I cannot possibly change my mind after someone asked me 5 times and the 5th time I said yes, and it must be because my fragile little mind can't handle the tricks of coercion

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  Cinn_fml  |  22

You raise a valid point, but there is also the argument that asking so often just wears the person down to get them to agree just to stop the other person nagging them about it.

It's not about the person being coerced being tricked or even not knowing that they're being coerced, it's about whether or not the repeated asking/nagging/whatever means that the consent was obtained under pressure or not and therefore whether that means it was really given freely.

By  Sassafrass001  |  12

you would think after waiting all that time he would want to make sure it went well so she would want to do it again....now he will be lucky the next time he actually gets vanilla sex

By  Briarpatch  |  18

Seriously, when you say, "Stop, that hurts," or "Slow down," or "I'm not ready," or anything like that, and he keeps going, that's pretty simply rape. It is traumatic bodily harm. Make DAMN sure he understands this, and that HE is the reason you need surgery.

By  TomeDr  |  18

My husband tried to talk me into it. I finally got angry and said if he wanted it so badly, I’d buy a dildo and ram it up HIS ass!

Last time he ever mentioned it.

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  goodernme  |  7

I have to agree with you. Fortunately my wife and I both have no desire at all to try anal. We have a fantastic sex life without it. To me, it's just gross.

By  sherbear86  |  20

I said no anal to my ex and he did it anyways.

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