By btoker - United States - New York
Today, I opened up to my boyfriend about being sexually abused in the past. He said it explains why I'm "such a bitch" when it comes to personal contact. FML
btoker tells us more :
Hi guys, OP here. He is my ex now, because I decided that his aggressive undertones means I might be in for a repeat. He is pretty aggressive in general, and this is one of a few examples so its probably best to move on before its too late. I'm 22 years old and was abused at 16, so he doesn't understand how I couldn't be over it by now. I'm currently looking for other places to live because we live together. Thank you all for the positive support, I am going to try to get myself into a better situation as fast as I can.
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By  amileah13  |  26

He obviously doesn't understand the impact you've had from it. He's a prick, don't listen to him op. I'm sorry for what's happened to you and good luck in the future. Hopefully you can find someone a lot more understanding than him

By  mercyelvira42  |  23

When I opened up to my boyfriend, who is now my husband, he suggested that we take it slow and didn't rush me into anything. At the time he was a 19 year old with raging hormones. If your boyfriend can't be patient with you and won't accept that you will have sex with him at the times you feel comfortable, I think you should consider leaving him. There are plenty of men out there who will understand and make sure you are comfortable. Good luck, OP.