Lol. Well, you make it sound worse, but you're right.
I spent three hours looking for that dress. My mom gave me some money, she dropped me off and I tried on 10 different dresses before I found that. Took a photo, my mom approved, and I bought it because it made me look beautiful. And I got some really nice shoes to go with it. Now I don't want to wear it at all.
Him telling me that I looked beautiful would have been okay with me, I would have been okay with that. I am not okay with the filling out part and I am not okay with him using his hand to block his view. I was very embarrassed when he did that but I laughed it off because I didn't see any harm until now.
I'll be at church on Sunday. Not sure what I'm going to wear. But I'll just stay away from him for a while.
I'm sorry if the way I characterized it made you feel worse or felt like I was putting feelings on you that aren't actually yours. You get to feel about this however you do, and there's a whole range of feelings someone might have.
What I was trying to express is that no matter how someone might feel about it, saying these kinds of things to someone who hasn't been very clear with you that they want or are okay with you talking about their body that intimately just isn't okay. It's harassment, and that's why, for instance, you felt embarrassed and humiliated. Again, I'm so sorry you've had to experience this: unfortunately, it's very common in the world that we live in for this to happen, especially from men and to woman and girls.
I don't mean to nudge you about it, but in case you missed my asking, is this something you feel able to -- and want to -- talk with your parents about?