Am I wrong to feel like that I was violated and be upset with my friend?

It was my brother bday party at our house. My friend was there also in the past we hanged together and was imitate a few times. We all were drinking shooters and I got drunk and I went to sleep in my bedroom. We were swimming that day so I didn't change out of my swimsuit and it was wet. When I woke up in the guest room where my friend was I was naked. I was confused to what happened and I only addressed the issues which was the in the morning. Apparently my Friend carried me out of the bed and removed my wet clothes and he laid me next to him. He told me he was feeling horny since we always had sex before he couldn't resist himself. As i was drunk and i can't recall that he moved me or we having sex. I feel he violated my trust. Am I wrong to feel like that and be upset. I'm not a drinker just was the games we were playing and I overdrank. I though I was safe as I was at home.

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  • This is why I have a strict "I won't do anything when she's under influence that she hasn't already consented to doing" rule. And this doesn't just apply to drinks for me. For example lets say a female friend of mine isn't interested in having sex with me. If something else is going on with her and she suddenly wants sex with me while normally she didn't and I know she's not fully herself I'd still reject and tell her to ask me when she feels normal. Because I don't want to take advantage of her when she's having a weak moment, I want her to WANT to have sex with me.

    • After telling me the story what happened, he feels like he didn't do anything wrong. He believes that he couldn't allow me to sleep in wet clothes and next day he casually message me like we good.

    • I can understand the not wanting you to sleep in wet clothes part, but if he was that coherent in his thoughts despite intoxicated wouldn't the obvious move be to prevent you from sleeping in them and offer some alternative clothes?

    • Yes but he choose to move me and takebout my clothes, get horny but turning himself on and than sexing me. Only to stop because I wasn't enjoying it.

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  • Gosh!!! That's terrible. You aren't wrong to feel that you were violated or your trust was broken.
    The more I've been on social media recently, the more I've started despising men. What is wrong with the mentality?
    That really sucks. And I'm sorry you had to go through that

    • After telling me the story he feels like he didn't do anything wrong. He believes that he couldn't allow me to sleep in wet clothes and next day he casually message me like we good.

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  • It's our Level 1 Guy-Pretending-to-be-a-Girl Fake Question of the Day!

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    Am I wrong to feel like that I was violated and be upset with my friend?

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  • Violated.

  • I can't really put myself in your place, but I don't think you're wrong for thinking and feeling that way.

  • No, that was horrible and not okay

  • This is the age old question, is drunk sex, rape

  • If he only removed the clothes, then no. If he did more than that, then yeah, you can sue the guy

  • You were raped

  • he used you, you should have careful and jam up with trusted peoples only.

    • After telling me the story what happened, he feels like he didn't do anything wrong. He believes that he couldn't allow me to sleep in wet clothes and next day he casually message me like we good.

    • @chantelle07 but you dont know as you are drunk so?

    • I agree and I was in my bed in my house. So he done everything very sneaky s none my family members would know. I understand taking off my clothes because they were wet but having sex with me and telling me he stopped because he was doing al the work and I wasn't enjoying it. Makes you wonder about some men and their urges

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