Would you like a girl less if she told you or you found out that she was raped?

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  • No effect, in terms of attraction.

    What would be affected would be my treatment of her:
    ● Probably, training her in more self-defense protocols, maneuvers, and counter-measures, followed by a security-inspection of her living-quarters.
    ● Purchases of various weapons & self-defense gear would also be next, as well as regular joint-training with them.
    ● Discuss reporting it to law-enforcement (at the very least). Even if no charges are brought, (ideally) the report on record should possibly help agents detect the perpetrator's history, patterns of behavior, modus pererandi, etc. and improve chances of capture and sentencing.

    I cannot control everything, but given family-history (thankfully-failed rape-attempt on my maternal-grandmother by Imperial Japanese soldier & regretfully-successful bus-passenger-groping on my mother during her younger years) & now this hypothetical situation, I would do what I can to ensure that any attempts like that aimed at any loved-ones are met with immediate, overwhelming, and surrender-inducing regret.

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  • No not even I would probably come way more in tune with her a lot faster and that would be even more caring and more slow motion and more just into everything with her it would probably take me about a month to get past what she just said because when I'm with somebody I feel them I feel their energy I can tell you things about that person and within 5 minutes and I would just try to read her more because I want to know exactly everything in detail so I can just try to make everything more relaxed and happy for her

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  • That wouldn't affect how I feel about her in the least. It would only inform me of what sorts of things I shouldn't be doing.

  • Only if I was a radical Muslim.

    Unhappy faces from them is a badge of honor.

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  • No, that wouldn't make a difference to me. Other things related might, but that in itself would not, because presumably she was a victim and I can't blame an attack by another person on the victim.

  • Not at all! I'd be very empathetic.
    The most wonderful girlfriend I ever had was sexually abused by her stepfather for years, beginning at a very young age. It messed her up and made her an alcoholic. But she attended therapy, kicked alcohol, and became an amazing person. I loved her with all my heart.

  • the liking or not liking is not part of if she has or not has been raped or assaulted or abused. you like the person not their past or things that may have happened.

    You do however change how you interact with them, it’s important for a partner if they know their partner has been raped, abused, to be there for them, accept what has happened and to be aware some things may act as triggers.

  • I would not like her less, nor would I consider her damage goods. It was not her choice and should not be held against her.

  • no, would tune in more.

  • I am not going to love the fact that she was defiled.

    https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/DefiledForever

  • No, I would be sad about that.

  • Nothing to do with anything for most guys, really.

    But to some guys it does make a difference.

    Was she raped by her father, brother, or some stranger in the street? Or was it at a friends party and she was drunk?, Or was it her ex? Etc etc. Basically they would want to know how much of the blame is hers, and how irresponsible she was for letting it happen.

    No joke, sat with a few guys and a few of them were lawyers and cops and this conversation came up. A long while back though.

  • No, that's no fault of hers, why would I think less of her?

  • Of course not! Why would a guy do that?

  • It probably won't won't be be a deal breaker but I don't know

  • The answer is no. One told me graphically what happened. She was abducted and tied up in a basement and fukked repeatedly at 13. It changed how I approached her sexually. I always told her what I was going to do, sort of asking permission. She never declined me, but I always used a gentle hand with her.

  • Nope.

  • I'd have to know the whole story before making a decision.

  • Nope. It's not her fault!

  • Absolutely not, that's pretty fucked up

  • No, it was not her fault.

  • Sad to say, but we live in a world where people get raped at times. It's messed up and sad. And because of that i have dated a few that at some point in their life they have been raped. I did not make her less in anyway for me. In stead it made me want to protect her even more from the evils of mankind.

  • My girlfriend was raped. Not her fault, doesn't make her less of a person.

  • no, I dated someone for over a year that told me they were raped before, it was early on too. It didn't change anything.

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