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Skip ! Story from Features. Warning: The following includes details that some readers may find distressing. My ex-boyfriend was a dream. I was blissfully happy, until one day we had sex and my feelings towards him changed completely. He slapped me in the face, strangled me until I choked , spat on me, and called me a slut. I felt utterly degraded, humiliated and insulted by the man I loved. We had been together a couple of months when this pattern of sexual behavior started. Get out. I would say the same to any friend that this was happening to. My self-confidence had slowly diminished to the point of believing that this was how I was going to be treated forever, that I loved this man and this was the sacrifice I had to make to be with him.
As our relationship went on, the truth about his turn-ons became evident. He would watch porn every day without fail, even when he thought I was asleep next to him. I looked at his internet history and the porn was graphic, violent and degrading to women; girls being held up by their throats in gang-bangs or emulating violent, horrific rape scenes. During our sex, he could never orgasm without finishing himself off; he would never come through intercourse , it always ended with him next to me, jerking off and making me kiss his feet or stroke his legs.
It took our painful break-up for me to see sense. It is only through hindsight and confiding in family and friends that I am able to see that no fault lay with me regarding our sex life. I stayed with my ex mainly out of love. I trusted him, he made me laugh, and he always did what he said he was going to do, but my finances also played a huge part. Throughout my years of interning at magazines, I had never earned enough to keep myself — especially in my home city, where rent was expensive.
When my ex asked if I wanted to live with him rent-free after just two months of dating, I jumped at the chance. I could work freelance and not worry about money. This type of financial fear is the reason why many women don't leave violent, incompatible, or miserable relationships. Homelessness is a very real and terrifying prospect. I was lucky enough to know that my family would always be there for me, no matter what happened. You stay for survival. Violence during consensual sex is the unspoken reality of modern hook-ups. It came to the fore in the media with the tragic death of Grace Millane, the year-old British backpacker who was traveling in New Zealand.
It was widely reported that Grace died as part of a sex act 'gone wrong' when in fact this was a case of a man choking a woman to death, then disposing of her body. When the defense argued that Grace had consented to this act, there was uproar: How can someone consent to being murdered?
In response to Grace's death, research for BBC Radio 5 Live revealed that over a third of UK women have experienced unwanted violence during consensual sex. This veil of "consent" makes prosecution of any type of allegation a grey area. Violence during consensual sex is not exclusive to casual hook-ups, of course; it can happen with the person you trust the most and have been with for a long time.
Yes, I was in a relationship with this man and I could have tried harder to stop his behavior. I look back on my relationship with mixed feelings. I implore my friends to stand up for themselves , to tell their boyfriends what they believe is — and is not — acceptable in a relationship. Once, when we were having sex, I caught my atte.
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