Someone kiss me when they know I’m seeing someone they know. Help! What do I do?

HaloSixHaloSix Registered User new member
Someone kissed me when they know I’m seeing someone they know. Help!

What do i do? I have been seeing my ASD guy long distance for about 6 months, we see each other once a week/fortnight, sometimes less, and we slept together recently, but the relationship hasn’t been defined/we haven’t had the is this exclusive talk.

I went out last night with a friend I’ve not seen for years and we ended up kissing. Well, more she kissed me, that’s not something I would do. She’s not my type and I am in no way attracted to her but I didn’t stop her. I was so taken by surprise.

I only JUST remember it happening, I was so drunk. There’s a big black out period in my memory. I don’t know what to do, I’m so upset it happened. I don’t know HOW it happened, only that I would not have instigated it. I feel she took advantage of me. I’m not interested in her in any way shape or form, or anyone else for that matter.

What should I do? Should I tell my guy? I’m beside myself. I’m also worried she’ll tell him. We all know each other.


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    darkmayodarkmayo Registered User regular
    Being taken advantage of while drunk isn't something that any friend should be doing and is sexual assault. I would one, not ever see that person again and make it clear to them why. Since you are all mutual friends I would tell him, that is something I think you would want to explain instead of the other person.

    (now here is where my age and what I grew up around is saying... well.. was it really sexual assault and I want to give that part of my brain a shake but ill spill it anyways) You say kissed you.. like we talking forced makeout session or an awkward drunkly going in for a kiss like some cliched 80s rom com. Is it something that you can tell the person, never do that again I'm not into you and going in for a kiss while I hammered is sketchy as fuck and still try to keep them as a friend. Or was it so egregious that you never want to see them again (which is something only you can answer) Age and experience also could be a factor. Id maybe cut someone who was young and inexperienced a little slack and go with educating them about consent etc instead of kicking them to the curb completely. If they are older and experienced then id probably give em the boot, they should fucking know better.

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