It’s fine, and yes I did he was my boyfriend for a year before he raped me. No abusive tendencies or ‘signs’ before hand.
I hope you cut that fucker’s balls off and threw them in the nearest body of water.
No I didn’t. What happened was I went back home, threw away my underwear with blood on it and wondered if that’s how sex is always going to be actually unaware that I had been raped because I’ve seen men force themselves on women and had it being painted as a man who is ‘passionate’, ‘romantic’, and ‘this is just how men are.’ It wasn’t till told a female friend (I told several male friends and no one seemed to have had a problem with this) that she informed me that I was raped. I broke it off and moved on with my life because if I had done what you suggested I would be in jail right now.
Which is why it is very important to me to tell people, who have been abused that they were raped, it is inexcusable, and it is not their fault, because a lot of their friends, will not.
Also comments, in the past tense like ‘You should have done-’ ‘I would have done-’ ‘I hope you did-‘
Are not helpful in the slightest.