would you do it?

chelly411 chelly411
Slowly work through things I guess
09/04/2012
glasskitten glasskitten
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
In most people who regularly practice "rough sex" or BDSM, this type of thing is called "Ravishment Play" rather than "rape." That makes a difference between a non-consensual thing (which rape is)and a consensual ... More
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09/06/2012
Artishok Artishok
i would try to compromise...maybe some rough sex instead of "rape"
09/06/2012
LunaLuthor LunaLuthor
Quote:
Originally posted by aBeastlyLittleThing
if your partner was sexually abused when she was younger, or had been raped..[and has obvious mental issues about it]and NOW has rape fantasies...would you help her act them out?
i know this seems one-sided, but straight girl, i want your opinions ... More
If yes was healed, her soul and spirit I mean
10/05/2012
Happenstance Happenstance
If she is fine with it-- if the situations is consensual-- it is not for you to judge her for her fantasies or wanting to act them out. Of course, if you are uncomfortable with anything about a sexual encounter, you don't have to do anything you don't want to. In other words, it is not your job to police her motives or mental/emotional state or whatever. Don't make it about her. It's about you. Are YOU comfortable with whatever she is proposing?
10/14/2012
peleusMD peleusMD
Compromise is I think the best route for a successful relationship. I would do the same too. EdenFantasys Logo
10/14/2012
TheirPet TheirPet
I agree, I would definitely talk it out and suggest counseling before we did anything like that.
10/26/2012
Nykatron Nykatron
I don't know what I would do
10/26/2012
hanjonatan hanjonatan
i would do everything i could to be supportive and make sure she was 100% comfortable with everything we did (obviously), but no, i would not act out a rape fantasy with her. call it a "hard limit", i just won't go there.
11/05/2012
RememberMe RememberMe
Quote:
Originally posted by aBeastlyLittleThing
if your partner was sexually abused when she was younger, or had been raped..[and has obvious mental issues about it]and NOW has rape fantasies...would you help her act them out?
i know this seems one-sided, but straight girl, i want your opinions ... More
I don't understand how rape victims do a 180 turn later in life and end up loving it. Someone please enlighten me.
11/17/2012
Bme Bme
I would talk it out and find out why she wanted this. Was it as carenautilus states that living out this fantasy helps her re-write her past in a way she can control it? It would depend on what the reason was if I decided to participate.
05/04/2013
sunflower sunflower
I would honestly feel uncomfortable with doing that. It would probably depend on the circumstance.
05/04/2013
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by aBeastlyLittleThing
if your partner was sexually abused when she was younger, or had been raped..[and has obvious mental issues about it]and NOW has rape fantasies...would you help her act them out?
i know this seems one-sided, but straight girl, i want your opinions ... More
If she had been abused, that is a negative experience. If she wanted it "play acted", that does not sound healthy at all. Sounds like there are serious mental health issues at play. My sweet hubby dated a young lady in college who fit your description to a "tee" and wanted him to act this stuff out. He had zero interest in it, and suggested that she seek some counseling. We don't know if she did, but that bright, attractive, intelligent and professional woman ended up in a serious of abusive relationships (guess she found guy's willing to oblige her "fantasy") and ended up seriously physically and psychologically screwed up. It is a very sad story and my hubby wished he had been more able to persuade her to seek help...but again, they were young (early in college) kids, so there you have it.
06/14/2013
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