A one-night stand forced me into having rough sex with her – have I been raped? | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: DESPITE me saying no, a one-night stand forced me into having rough sex with her. I can’t get over it.

I’m a 27-year-old man and we met on a dating app.

From the start we seemed to get on well and had a lot in common, so I set up a date.

We went for drinks and had a lovely evening together and decided to have a nightcap at my place. 

While I thought that sex might be on the cards I didn’t think too much about it, I was simply enjoying her company.

I usually like to take things slow and let it happen naturally, but it seemed like she had other ideas.

Before I knew it she was all over me, and despite telling her I wanted to slow down she forced herself onto me. 

She started having rough sex with me, and every time I tried to tell her to stop and calm things she told me to “act like a real man”. 

In the moment I was shell-shocked, but now looking back I feel violated and I’m struggling to come to terms with what happened.

Have I been raped?

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DEIDRE SAYS: If you didn’t give consent and she had sex with you anyway then this was sexual assault. 

Coming to terms with this can be incredibly difficult, and it’s important you talk to someone about what happened.

Please contact Rape Crisis (rapecrisis.org.uk, 0808 802 9999) who can help give you further support and advice.


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