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How to spot unhealthy behaviour in the bedroom - The Mix

BillieTheBotBillieTheBot Posts: 8,721 Bot
edited April 2020 in Articles

imageHow to spot unhealthy behaviour in the bedroom - The Mix

Unhealthy behaviour in the bedroom doesn't have to be violent, but it can be just as damaging. The Mix talks through some signs to look out for.

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Comments

  • FricketyFrack69FricketyFrack69 Posts: 3 Newbie
    So being woken up with oral is rape even if you enthusiastically consented to that specific act at that specific time the previous night? Come on!
  • JustVJustV Community Manager Posts: 5,224 Part of The Furniture
    edited May 2020
    So being woken up with oral is rape even if you enthusiastically consented to that specific act at that specific time the previous night? Come on!

    This is a fair point, @FricketyFrack69. Consensual non-consent is something a lot of people enjoy playing around with and can be totally fine. Legally speaking, though, it may still be assault (though there would be many factors there), which I think is the point this article is trying to make. It's also there to warn folks that might have experienced this with no consent at all, in which case obviously it's not okay.

    Looks like you found a niche that our article didn't cover. :)
    All behaviour is a need trying to be met.
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