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  • In my jurisdiction, sexual battery ("rape") is defined by statute. "'Sexual battery' means oral, anal, or vaginal penetration by, or union with, the sexual organ of another or the anal or vaginal penetration of another by any other object; however, sexual battery does not include an act done for a bona fide medical purpose' without consent. Fla. Stat. §794.011. You gave him consent to penetrate your vagina with his penis, so it is not sexual battery. It is a reason to break up with him. Trusting a guy to not cum inside you is risky behavior on your part.

    • Is that supposed to impress everyone that you can cut and paste the Florida Statute? It doesn't me!

    • @Paige90 it’s not supposed to impress he’s answering the question.

    • @Paige90 When questions arise in the nature of "was this a rape?" simply giving my opinion, based on the law, usually draws criticism, as if I am fabricating an answer to suit my personal leanings and biases. As an attorney, I am trained to give opinions that include citations to, or recitations of, controlling authority so that the reader can review the source and make an independent determination about whether the facts are within the definition of a sexual battery. That is all that I have done in this instance. And, because most of the established users know that I am a practicing attorney, this is the style of response they hope for when they ask my opinion on a legal matter.

Most Helpful Guy

  • Shit happens, that's why a condim is always a good idea.

    Did you too talk about where to finish at all before you started having sex? Maybe he should have asked, but other side of the same coin if you dodnt want him to finish inside you should have said that to him too.

Most Helpful Girls

  • It’s not rape. I’m sure you’re not all to happy about what happen and sorry for that.
    But if the sex was consensual... sounds to me like a lack of communication on to where you expected him to finish.

    If you’re worried, Plan B contraceptive.

  • No for the simple reason sex always ends with ejaculation, thats the whole point from his perspective.

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  • the answer is no, no matter whether you accept the answer or not

  • No, you agreed to have unprotected sex. You expected him to politely ask "may I interest madame in a creampie today?" If you're that worried about getting semen inside you, then use a condom. Don't think other people can read your mind or know your intentions... just as you didn't know his was to shoot for babies.

    • @razelove "may I interest madame in a creampie today?" LMAO...😆

  • Is not rape solely because you consented him to do s3x with you. But this news article says differently. https://newspeakonline.com/warning-rape-agrees-sex-ejaculate-inside-without-consent/
    Definitely believe them, not me, they're professionals. The woman was literally in your situation and went in court. Ended up pregnant as well. Sad.

    • Do they not have the morning after pill in the UK?

    • @COMMODOREII Yes we do. Maybe she took the morning after pill too late, or It just didn't work on her. Morning after pills are 95% effective within the 24 hrs of s3x, 58% effective after 48 hrs and it only gets less effective after 72 hrs after unprotected s3x. So, let's say she took it the second day after the deed, she had a great probability of getting pregnant. It sucks she waited that long.

    • 72 hrs actually. But it depends on the brand she used.

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  • No... Absolutely not...

  • Not rape, but he should have had your consent. Always communicate these things.

  • NOPE.

    you let him have sex with you. You should have made him wear a rubber if you did not want him to cum inside you.

  • Nope it’s not.

    if you were using a pull out approach, then it’s stupidity not rape.

    I really do not understand why people have sex without a condom and play Russian roulette with pulling out.

  • How did this happen? Was the plan for him to pull out but he didn't?

    • Even if that's the case, that's not a rape...

    • @harvest I didn't say it was.

    • @harvest I think it should be considered rape if you did not consent for that

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  • Yo... You gave permission and (I assume) you didn't lay the rules down so that's on both of you.

  • Wait a minute you forgot about the very most important part and that is the start have you given consent to start did you also and given the same consent to finish know where he finishes should be talked about before the start

  • You must be trolling...

  • No, don't try to pretend you didn't like it. If you really didn't want that, you wouldn't have let it happen.

    • agree with you:)

    • Heh, too true, like the next morning "I'm not usually like this, maybe we shouldn't see each other again". Damn girl, I came in on a conveyor belt, not usually like this? This is mass production, these words give me deja vu... lol

  • If it was consensual intercourse, then no it isn't.

  • No it isn't!

  • No, because he was already in you, with your permission. However, if you told him to stop, and he didn't, that is rape. But I don't know of any definition of rape, that includes finishing in you, when he agreed not to.

  • No, it’s sort of inevitable. If you don’t want to get any of that on you, make him use a condom.

  • No. Don't be silly.

    Rape is non-consensual sex. You really should be talking condoms before having sex though.

  • If you fart without his permission does that mean you raped him?

    • I don’t see how that applies whatsoever

    • Alright, let me be direct with you. It might be a violation of your trust if you agreed not to finish... there. Not rape though.

  • Nope. You should have stopped him from going in bare. Hadn't he stopped then, that'd be rape.

  • Did he have your permission to enter you? Because there's your answer.

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