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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"

  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.

  dbss11  |  3

132- why would he confess? how do yu know the whole story? what if she "persuaded" him to say something like that, because she was about to get caught? girls can easily persuade guys with their bodies sometimes, so don't assume while being a smart ass to others, please and Thank yu :)

  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!

  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.

  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.