[Trigger] I think she was more humiliated at being caught by her husband. about 4 yrs ago I was raped by another female.I was walking home at 2:30 am from he bar I worked at. next thing I know a (teen) girl came frpm behind me and put a knife to my throat and forced me into the bottem level of a parking garage. for the next hour or so she made me strip and do things with her like let her kiss me, and witht he knife still at my throat she forced me to give her oral sex twice. the attack had a racail element to it...I am caucasian and she was native Indian...and she made a point of letting me know that was a big part of why she singled me out. I have seen her around town since and she always smiles at me with this knowing look in her eyes.. It has been a rough four yearsView Thread
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