today my friend was over at his grandmothers house which is only 5 houses down and after school we went for a walk with my dog. well he grabed my hand and pulled me or should i say dragged me and my dog into the woods. he slung me down on the ground he pulled his dick out and wus rubbing all up on me with it. he wanted me to give him a blow job but i didn't want to thats just nasty. so he was like forcing me too then i pushed him against a tree then he looked like he was about to slap the crap out of me i was so scared. i don't know what i should do i want to tell my mom but then she will never let me near him again but i don't want to be friends with him anymore and if i tell her shell like be all overpertected and she already is. so what do i do i'm so scared and confused.
xKendall10x answered Friday March 4 2005, 3:45 pm: Wow. U must have been so scared. I would ignore him. And, I would tell your mom. If you don't feel comfertable telling her, then don't. But I would. Now about this crazyass boy, if he actually did that to you, then he is frickin incredible. Don't look at him, or go near him, or even talk to him. Just ignore him, then see what happens! If it dosn't work out them IM me at xKendall10x or just write me another letter. [ xKendall10x's advice column | Ask xKendall10x A Question ]
karenR answered Friday March 4 2005, 9:01 am: no clue,
Have you never heard of rape? This boy is NOT your friend.You tell your mother what happened and then you call the cops!You don't want this happening to some other girl!This is not your fault or due to anything you did. Go tell your mother right now!! [ karenR's advice column | Ask karenR A Question ]
chuckweed007 answered Friday March 4 2005, 1:23 am: If you break a lamp or feed the dog table scraps even though you aren't supposed to, don't worry about telling your mom cause it's not a big deal. But this is a big deal. The kid committed a crime against you. You need to tell her and even though it may be awkward, she will respect you for it. Hey, she may even become less protective if she knows you are responsible. [ chuckweed007's advice column | Ask chuckweed007 A Question ]
XSugarPieX77 answered Thursday March 3 2005, 10:15 pm: Dont hang out with this guy ever again. Serioussly, you should tell your mom so that she trusts you more cuz u told her about it and dont be afraid to tell her your ma has the right to know about something like that. I think thats messed up that he would do that.
~Brina~ [ XSugarPieX77's advice column | Ask XSugarPieX77 A Question ]
BooDog answered Thursday March 3 2005, 9:27 pm: My official answer is "you REALLY need to tell your mom about this." But you sound like you've already decided not to tell her. Your only option left may be to tell the police instead. He definitely commited a crime. He threw you on the ground (assault), and he touched you with his penis, without your permission. (sexual assault)
lovechick65 answered Thursday March 3 2005, 8:27 pm: Tell him you don't want to be his friend anymore and that you didn't like what he did. I would be so scared if i was in that posision. Try to avoid him and don't go any where with not on weekends or after school. I just one last thimg to say. Take care of yourself and don't get hert(phisically).
TeenageCupid answered Thursday March 3 2005, 8:25 pm: no need to apologise, this is a serious problem...
1st of all, where the HELL was your dog when all of this happened? 2nd of all, I think you should tell your mom, but without giving a lot of details. But this guy is certainly someone you SHOULD NEVER be friends with. I suggest you stay away for him, maybe his next move will be raping you. Normally, you should press charges, this is sexual harrassment, people get arrested for that.
Still, tell your mom. Secrets are fatal, keeping something that serious away from your mom or parents is really hard. But I say, sue his ass. [ TeenageCupid's advice column | Ask TeenageCupid A Question ]
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