[ Rules / FAQ ] [ meta / b / media / img / feels / hb / x ]

/b/ - Random

Name
Email
Message

*Text* => Text

**Text** => Text

***Text*** => Text

[spoiler]Text[/spoiler] => Text

Verification
Image
Direct Link
Options NSFW image
Sage (thread won't be bumped)

Use REPORTS. Posting 'Mods pls' achieves nothing.
Check the Catalog before making a new thread.
Do not respond to maleposters. See Rule 8.
Please read the rules! Last update: 04/23/2020 - No new rules, only clarification added.

DSC_3452.jpg

I was raped Anonymous 37352

Friday night I was raped at a party at my girlfriends house. I think someone put something in my drink and some guys fucked my in my bfs bed while I slept. I am going to get a morning after pill but I don't want to go to the doctor. What are the odds I have herpes or something? Can i do anything to prevent it?

Anonymous 37357

Why don’t you want to go to the doctor? Go!

Anonymous 37359

>>37352
First of all, you can't prevent herpes if you already contracted it… Secondly, go to the doctor for STD testing. If you don't go to the police, that's on you. If you do, do it immediately. Do not wash away the evidence.

Anonymous 37363

>>37359
This. OP I HIGHLY suggest getting a rape kit done which would mean not showering/messing with your vagina. It's extremely important that you do, if you decided not to then pursuing or doing anything about this in the future will be really difficult.
As for STDs, the only thing you could potentially prevent at this point is HIV which is why you need to go to the doctor as soon as humanly possible to get put on medication for it (PrEP). PrEP is time sensitive, and HIV is a lifelong disease. Any other STDs are unpreventable at this point assuming you got them.
TLDR; pls see doctor, and im sorry that this happened to you. you didnt deserve it and its not your fault

Anonymous 37365

>>37352
If you don't go to the doctor/police about it just realize that nobody will be punished and you can't complain about it later.
People aren't psychic.

Anonymous 37501

>>37352
Girl please go to the police. Help them catch these assholes. If not for you then at least for other girls that have become or will become their victims. If they did it to you, I doubt you’re the only one.

Anonymous 37520

>>37365
I mean, you can still complain later, you just might not have any legal recourse.

>>37501
Pressing charges can help others but it can also be another nightmare on top of what already happened. It's totally okay if she doesn't want to go to the police.

Also, like 90% of the population has some form of herpes. It's harmless. Of course you still need to worry about other STDs.

Anonymous 41338

>>37520
>It's totally okay if she doesn't want to go to the police.
Unpopular Opinion: It's totally not okay to not expose these monsters ASAP.
Who knows how many other women these animals have already victimized because they're previous victims kept silent and the rest of the community doesn't know they've got predators living among them.

Anonymous 47284

OP if you´re there.
Are you ok?
Did you go to the police?

Anonymous 47433

>>47424
aww look a little polcel, aww you nice valentines day buddy… aww.

Anonymous 51639


Anonymous 52594

>>37352
>I am going to get a morning after pill but I don't want to go to the doctor.
Go to the doctor.

>>37520
>It's totally okay if she doesn't want to go to the police.
NO.

Anonymous 52611

>>41338
This.
Or if she doesn't trust police, she should tell her bf so he can gather some pals and do it the old fashioned way.

Anonymous 52624

>>52594
Conviction rates for rape are about 5% at best (and that’s for instances that get reported). Rape is effectively legal.

The OP would have to go through questioning about what she was wearing, what type of underwear did she have on, did she lead him on, how much was she drinking, what is her sexual history, is she making it up, etc as well give access to her phone and other invasive personal info. It’s probably too late for the OP now but victims also get orally and vaginally swabbed. That’s assuming they even bother to make a case out of it. A lot of women report that all of this ends up being just as, if not more, traumatic than the rate itself.

While it’s tempting to think that OP has a duty to report to maybe prevent this happening to someone else, why should OP be responsible for controlling the men’s behaviour? She is not responsible for anything the men do, only they are.

If OP feels up to reporting to the police and going through everything then I wish her the best but she should not feel forced to endure a broken justice system if that’s not what she wants to do.

Anonymous 52627

>>52624
Reminds of My country,Mexico, there you can get away on everything both with women and men. I remember in Mexico city there was a case of the police raping men and women a like and nothing happen to them.

Anonymous 52660

>>52624
That is an EXTREMELY spurious number RAINN made which assumes the number of rapes is more than 3 times the reported rate. The reported rate itself also cannot be 100% free from fake reports.

No, she literally does not have to do that. The police do not have a warrant for any of that. She will be questioned, but she is free to refuse to answer.

Because she was raped? What is this about responsibility? If you get stabbed, are you going to walk off and say, it's not my fault I got stabbed, so why should I go to the doctor? Some guy raped her for Christ's sake.

Anonymous 52781

>>52660
>That is an EXTREMELY spurious number RAINN made which assumes the number of rapes is more than 3 times the reported rate. The reported rate itself also cannot be 100% free from fake reports.
Actually, less than that. In England and Wales it is 1.7% of reported rapes. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/rape-prosecution-england-wales-victims-court-cps-police-a8885961.html

>No, she literally does not have to do that. The police do not have a warrant for any of that. She will be questioned, but she is free to refuse to answer.

That’s true but if she refuses there is a chance her case will be dropped.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-49072302

>Because she was raped? What is this about responsibility? If you get stabbed, are you going to walk off and say, it's not my fault I got stabbed, so why should I go to the doctor? Some guy raped her for Christ's sake.

It’s not her responsibility to ensure that no one else is raped. She is not the person doing the raping. If she wants to report it to try to gain justice then she should.

Anonymous 52782

>>52660
Also, you sound like a moid mentioning false reports. They only make up 0.5% of all rapes.
https://www.thecut.com/article/false-rape-accusations.html

Anonymous 52786

>>52781
I said RAINN provided the spurious figure of assuming rapes happened at three times the reported figure. Not about the charge rate.

I have had some legal training so I'd like to try to explain. Quite simply police have to ask you these questions. The police do want to prosecute because it's their job and they get promoted for it, but they have to provide evidence strong enough for a conviction. If you don't have a DNA sample, if you don't want to tell them about how you got raped so they can procure eyewitnesses, if you don't want to give them your message history with the accused to show sexual intent, they simply can't do anything. Now there has been been a spread of the extremely damaging notion that women should keep these to themselves by painting it as patriarchal harassment. But these questions they would ask of stalking or theft or any other crime. And when you suggest to witnesses they shouldn't provide this evidence (which only they can give), you're making it harder to convict rapists.

A huge amount of extremely misleading studies have been produced to support the notion that there is a lax attitude towards rape, based on public figures and peppered with the occasional anecdote. And because of the basic problem with trying to show something didn't happen, instead of evidence these studies have been pushed by outrage. The forefront of that is the rapes charged number. It is a statistically irrelevant number, the actual relevant number would be to how many rape cases had reasonably strong evidence gathered but did not lead to charges. No actual attempt has been made to get these figures.

The basic drive to get people outraged is deeply unhelpful. It has turned a policy problem and a forensic problem into a political problem. Yes, it is not her fault she got raped. But the notion that just because she is the victim she shouldn't do anything is ridiculous. And yes, she does have a responsibility to report it. Any citizen has a responsibility to report a crime.

Anonymous 52787

>>52782
I mentioned it out of statistical thoroughness, but that article is a good demonstration of what happens when a policy issue gets politicised.

The number of fake rape reports has nothing to do with overturned convictions, despite what Newman suggests. And I have absolutely zero idea why they are comparing the absolute number of overturned murder convictions to overturned rape convictions. Overturned convictions are even harder to make than charges because evidence against a conviction has to be found. Finding sufficient evidence for the first conviction is hard enough as it is.

Fundamentally no one knows how many rape cases are true and false. And to the chagrin of both incels and SJWs, it is not because the system is out to get them. It is a forensic problem.

Anonymous 52788

>>52786
>>52787
Moid confirmed. Don’t listen to then OP.

Anonymous 52790

>>52788
>I'm a moid for saying courts require evidence before the convict
Don't listen to this person OP. She's a bitter person trying to force her distorted worldview onto you. Even if it doesn't result in a charge, the police will file a report which will lend evidence to any subsequent rape reports against him. What's worse for you psychologically and legally is to do nothing.

Anonymous 52791

>>52788
If anything it the person telling you NOT to report sounds like a rapist/moid trying to protect himself and other rapists.
But sure, let men do whatever they want without ever having to risk facing any consequences. Now that is what a real female would say.

Anonymous 52792

Capture.PNG

>>52786
>>52787
>>52790
I'm not trying to fuel the fire, but if someone accuses you of being a man and you can't just simply say "I'm not a man", it's quite obvious that you're a man. If you're a woman, that's grand, but why not just say so?

>>52791
>rapist/moid trying to protect himself and other rapists
>now that is what a real female would say
That was an awful attempt at making yourself look like a woman.

Anonymous 52799

>>52792
Well ok, go and ask for any sort of proof that I'm a women. From questions to pictures, it's not a problem.
Don't get why you're so against men being held accountable. I would call you a moid too, but a man wouldn't have such a stupid opinion.

Anonymous 52820

>>52791
I never said not to report. I said OP doesn’t have to report if she doesn’t want to and explained reasons for the other anons why they might not want to report.

Again, if OP wants to report then she should but she shouldn’t feel pressure to do it either. OP needs to focus on herself and her needs whatever they might be.

Anonymous 52852

>>52851
you're pathetic

Anonymous 52853

>>52852
t. manbaby

Anonymous 52863

>>52851
That for sure made you laugh, didn’t it? Bet you were typing with your potato nose to the screen thinking this is the one. But now what? You’re still alone and pathetic.

Anonymous 56842

i know how you feel OP



[Return] [Catalog]
[ Rules / FAQ ] [ meta / b / media / img / feels / hb / x ]