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    Tv media porn etc

    I find after rape I cannot watch films including any sexual content I do not like my partner looking at newspapers or any sexualised images Iím losing it I donít feel right at all is this normal I feel sick at the thought of it I can just cope with sex at the moment but for him to watch anything like it makes me wanna vomit I canít even sit near him n get 😡

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    I have problems with this as well. It can be hard to see sex being presented as desirable when it has been used as a means of harming others.

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    Hi Missy welcome to Fort

    I am so sorry that you are living with the traumatic aftermath of rape. I hope coming here being with others who can relate helps. You do not mention if you are working with a professional - therapist or such...and accept that this may not be your thing For me it is helpful to have this sort of support - someone to turn to who accepts where I am at and helps me to express and process my feelings...find my way forward.

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    I find the opposite; it does terrify me, yet I'm drawn to the violence which greatly disturbs me! Ugh, what kind of sicko am I
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    Quote Originally Posted by noelleygirl View Post
    I find the opposite; it does terrify me, yet I'm drawn to the violence which greatly disturbs me! Ugh, what kind of sicko am I
    This isn't unusual. People are drawn to it for tons of reasons, for example, to try and understand it. What happened, why someone would even do something like that, how you could have changed it, etc. Like most things, its a spectrum. Some of us are drawn to it, and some have to completely avoid it. I had a hard time dealing with this personally, so kinda relate.
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