from his childhood of being abused and molested by someone, would you still stay with him or leave him?
Let's say you watch a horror movie with him that involves rape/sexual assault (particularly from a monster or ghost) and he shields his own eyes out of fear. You question him as a man and your dating taste. Then he later tells you after all these years of nevef telling you this, that he was beaten, verbally harmed and molested as a child because he feels that you'll never care for his r@pe/molestation experience.
Would you still stay with him or leave him?
- Stay with him.Vote A
- Leave him. He should have manned up.Vote B
- OthersVote C
Most Helpful Girl
As a girl that has experienced rape and child molestation I can say with 100% certainty there's no way in hell there would be judgement from me. My last boyfriend was sexually abused and opened up about it about 5 months into the relationship, it didn't change my perspective on him at all, it just made me more aware. I think anyone who leaves for that reason is a bit of a close-minded coward, but that might just be me.0