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hi im danielle, im 14, and im bi.
but im verysexualy active.
i have a girlfriend whom i told that i cheated
on her with a boy the other day,
my girl friend is very dominitive.
but shes hurtful with her werds.
my father just died in june and she holds it against me all the time. like tellin me things like he never wanted you in the first place and stuff,

but yesterday it really got to me, she smacked me a couple of times than told me to get on my bed and take off all of my cloths. so i did, and she smacked me around than made me have sex with her. when i didnet want to .since ive been going out with her ive beed smoking, drinking, and cutting my self alot. she makes me not hang out with my friends and tells me tht i cant have a life that doesnt include her, i want to break it off with her but im scared that she will do somehting to me. once she thrented me saying that she will run me over with her car. and she scares me. [Confused]


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Hi danielle,

I'm so sorry that you've had to go through all this. Your girlfriend has been verbally, emotionally and physically abusive. As well, she forced sex on you, which is rape.

You don't deserve any of this and it sounds like a really good idea to get away from this relationship. The most important thing is for you to keep yourself safe while doing this.

Who could you talk to for support, who could help you stay safe? What about your parents? Do you have older siblings you could go to? Or a teacher that you trust? What do you think about talking to your school guidance counsellor?

A good start is to visit the RAINN website which provides 24 hour online crisis support for survivors of sexual assault:

Please also see our articles about abuse, assault and rape:
b]Blinders Off:Getting a Good Look at Abuse and Assault[/b]
b]Dealing With Rape[/b]

I can hear that you're scared, but you can get out of this relationship and the first step is to tell someone that you trust.

"Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation and that is an act of political warfare."

Audre Lorde

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