This isn't considered rape right?

k so hypothetically if you meet up with this guy and you didn't really want to do anything with him, and you tell him that over and over but he keeps touching you and then he kinda corners you into a wall but not forcefully..and you keep saying no but he doesn't stop..then he makes you do stuff with him because he wont let you leave and he keeps holding onto you but not with force.

Then like if you keep saying no and that u don't want to do anything but then he starts taking your clothes off and you cant really do anything about it, is that bad?

like im asking because if he wasn't like super force full and if he doesn't like hold you down on the ground so its not rape right?

Update:

Idk if this makes a difference or not but Id never done anything like that before.

Update 2:

Just to be clear, he made me give him oral and have sex with him. Thats what I meant when I said he made me do stuff.

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  • 10 years ago
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    It doesn't matter if he used force or not. If you felt uncomfortable and he "made" you do things with him then yes I would consider this rape. You probably shouldn't see this guy anymore if he's not going to respect you even though you told him "no" several times =/

  • 10 years ago

    Well yea if you didn't want anything to do with the guy it's considered rape. If you had been leading the guy on and then changed your mind that COULD be a different story. But if he was forcing you to do something you didn't want to do from the start then I would say that is rape.

  • 10 years ago

    That is considered rape. Anything, including touching without your consent is rape. Even if it wasn't forceful, it doesn't make it right. Do not let this just slide. Talk to someone you trust. Maybe your parents. If you don't want to talk to your parents about it, which is understandable, talk to a guidance counselor at school, or stay after in one of your classes to talk to a teacher. Even if you don't press charges, you still need to let someone know and don't put yourself in a position where you have to be alone with that person.

  • 10 years ago

    Rape is basically sexual acts without consent, so technically speaking in this case it is a case of non-violent rape. You should either report him or tell a family member or close friend about it so that you will have a support system and someone to help you prevent this from happening again.

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  • 10 years ago

    I don't know....I want to say yes, but I've been in that situation before. I really didn't want to, but then apart of me WAS curious, but I didn't walk away. I just kept saying "No" and he just kept going. I've been emotionally stuck ever since, but I don't think I considered it rape when it happened. I don't know if I consider it rape now. I know people will say it was rape, but emotionally, I don't know. If you felt uncomfortable, and want nothing else to do with this guy, then stay away from him, or it WILL happen again. It's up to you. If you felt raped or violated in any way, then odds are you were.

  • 10 years ago

    How do you not know it is rape? For a sexual experience both parties need to agree on what is going down and comfortable with the decision, if one party isn't the other party should accept and respect that decision. As for, "you can't do anything about it." YOU CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT! It is your body do what you want and what makes you happy, not what other's want and what makes them happy.

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    10 years ago

    Well you did say no so it technically is. Though with certain fantasies no isn't a 'safe word'. So if you had any sexual relationship with him before and you made it clear that 'no' wasn't a safe word, then it wasn't rape, even if you didn't want it. You have to say that safe word to make it rape.

    Also let me clear up something. It also isn't rape if his penis isn't inserted into your vagina, *** or mouth. If he just touched you and rubbed his penis on you that is sexual assault. Sexual assault does not equal rape.

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    yes this is rape, it doesnt matter how hard or how gently he touched you, he forced to do it, thats rape.

    rape doesnt nesaseraly mean sex wise it means power and by you not wanting to and hes doing it he ahs "power" over you, contact the police as soon as posible. do you remember his name by any chance? report him

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    yes its rape

  • 10 years ago

    YES YES YES and YES!!!!

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