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Date Rape

I’m 16. I’ve known the guy since I was 12. He’s been my best friend since I was 14. Last night, we were supposed to go to a lake and just hang out. It was boring so we went home, as normal. I had this brilliant idea that we could maybe get drunk. He said he didn’t want to drink that much because he needed to drive me home. He ended up not drinking at all, which I thought was strange. I took a few shots over my limit. I made it very clear to him that I could NOT have sex with him because I was to drunk. I know my exact words. He seemed okay with it but the next thing I know I’m face down on the floor where I know what was about to go down. And he took off my pants and it happened. I know what he was doing wrong and I told him to stop. He told me “it’ll be alright”. I told him to stop again and he never answered. I remember feeling sick the whole night after that and the ride home. I didn’t realize what had happened until the next morning when I asked if we had sex. I knew the answer to the question just wanted to see if he would cover his ass. He said yes and I told him I remember telling him no. The last words he sent were “you wanted it. I could see it all over your face,” and I was then blocked. Just because someone is your friend does not mean they can’t still hurt you. No means no, stop means stop.

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  • Alexis

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