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MinnieJayJay
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I've been with this boy for a VERY long time but he's getting really abuse. &&' I was by him and he jst kept forcing himself on me. I didn't say 'no' to anything but I didn't want it either or I didn't say 'yes'.... So does that mean I was raped? I'm not sure and I dnt know what to do now... I'm really scared right now
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Heather
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Rape or sexual assault/abuse is when someone does something sexual on, inside or to someone else without their consent or against their will.

The current FBI definition of rape is: "The penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without the consent of the victim."

So, yes, you seem to be describing sexual assault, and you also seem to be saying you're currently with someone who is being abusive to you, perhaps in various ways.

So, first things first: are you somewhere safe, where you are not with this person and can stay away from this person?

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I can stay away from him, but he will always pop up by me
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Karybu
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I'm not sure what you mean by that: is he someone you see regularly, like at school?

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MinnieJayJay
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I see him at school, but sometimes he pops up at my house. I dnt want to see him anymore but he won't go away
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Karybu
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What's your living situation like? Can you let your parent(s) or whoever you live with know that this guy is a problem, and that you need them to help keep him away from you? It may also be worth talking to the authorities at your school. Reporting him to the police is another option.

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