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[–] FetusChrist 0 points 32 points (+32|-0) ago 

Had enough of the wifes shopping and decided to sit down and zone out for a bit at the mall. Look up from my phone for a bit and catch a glimpse of a tall thin young girl maybe 14 or 15. Being a dancer and having done a lot of swing at that point I just started imagining different lifts I could do with this girl. Things that wouldn't be possible with her height and things that would only be possible. So for a good moment me an almost 30 male was openly staring at an attractive 14 year old girl. Creepy enough right? She apparently caught me staring and asks "Can I help you?" in that bitchy teenage way. Still a bit zoned out I just grin and say "I could just throw you around." as if that'll explain everything. She just looked a bit shocked and hurried away.

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[–] escape 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

Holy shit this wins.

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[–] water_and_shade 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Well, since voat is invite-only right now, I guess no throw-away account for me...

I had sex with someone who was blackout drunk. At the time I didn't know they were blackout (I just thought we were both equally wasted but still cognizant and forming memories), so waking up and realizing that they didn't remember what happened was hugely surprising and scary. Explaining the situation to them was awful, definitely one of the worst things I've ever had to do in my life. I felt guilty for months after, and still do to an extent. While I didn't feel "creepy" for what happened, I know several people who described me and the way I acted with that word. Does it matter that they didn't know the whole story? Not really; a reputation is a reputation.

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[–] rationalinquisition 1 point 14 points (+15|-1) ago 

Meh, I've always felt that people need to live with the consequence of their actions when they are black out drunk. If you get black out drunk and kill someone, you are responsible for that and will go to jail. If you get black out drunk and smash your TV, you better believe you need to pay for a new TV. If you get black out drunk and consent to having sex, it's just another action that you performed and you need to live with the consequences of that action. And if you don't want to have sex with someone while blacked out, then don't black out around people you don't trust not to fuck you if you consent to having sex with them in your inebriated state.

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[–] JDogg1329 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

I agree. You made the decision to drink so much that you can no longer make decisions.

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[–] Chinchurro 2 points 2 points (+4|-2) ago 

@water_and_shade did not realize the person was blackout drunk, it was an accident. If you have sex with someone knowing they are blackout drunk that's rape, and not the drunk persons fault.

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[–] JDogg1329 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I'm sorry but that's just ridiculous. "Watch my back so I don't have sex with that guy"... You know not drinking is an option, or learning to control yourself and limit your own alcohol consumption?. You're actually part of the problem here, because every time you "watch her back" for her, everything works out fine for her, so she continues to drink that much, and the one time you're not there to "watch her back" something bad happens. People need to be responsible for themselves.

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[–] psymin 1 point 5 points (+6|-1) ago 

I would post, but I can't make a throwaway :(

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[–] FetusChrist 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Post away. Most people won't remember your username if you ask them right after they're done reading.

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[–] gervase 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

It's not for that - it's for when someone is digging through your posting history 2 years from now, trying to doxx you. Not a good idea to put that kind of ammunition online under an account that even has a small chance of being associated with your actual identity.

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[–] insanityfarm 1 point 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

Terrible advice. Posting on the Internet isn't some ephemeral act that's going to fade away as soon as people forget about it. You should always assume that everything you post will be permanently stored, indexed, associated with the identity you provided, and cross-referenced with everything else you posted with the same identity. Either by stalkers today, doxxers tomorrow, or marketing/law enforcement/background check algorithms next week. If you just stumble around the Internet posting willy-nilly, the permanence of your digital fingerprint is going to catch up with you someday.

Honestly I think young people's mass ignorance of this (and I don't presume to know your age, personally) today is going to culminate in one of society's biggest challenges, and likely an unprecedented cultural shift, in the next two or three decades.

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[–] Chutney 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

I stalked a guy when I was a teenager. I don't mean just stalking him online, I mean hanging out outside his house and that kind of thing. It all worked out when I got his contact info and introduced myself, we became friends. I'm really not proud of this, though.

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[–] Whoorderedthequark [S] 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

So, you just kind of stood outside his house, or what? Did you whip out a lawn chair and an ice bucket or were you obscured by bushes or something?

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[–] Chutney 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Yeah, I just kind of stood outside his house. His room was pretty close to the street, so I didn't actually have to enter his property. I just pretended to casually hang out across the street.

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[–] Chinchurro 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Its not something I lose all self respect for, but it is creepy.

When I was still a child I read child porn hentai (drawn porn, no real children!). I was horny, found real porn scary, and could not get in the mood if the character looked nothing like me. It went on for years, gradually I increased the age of the characters to match my own. Years after I stopped and switched to real porn there was a massive debate about the ethics of loli/shota, and it became illegal. Until that moment it never occurred to me that it was for pedophiles, thought it was a gentle way to introduce kids to their sexuality. The knowledge that I watched something extremely illegal, without even realizing it makes me cringe.

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[–] Robotsarecool 1 point 1 point (+2|-1) ago 

Loli and shota is a world away from real stuff. If you met a human who had eyes like an anime character you would consider them horribly mutated and not remotely human looking. You also have the fact that they're cartoon characters and so don't have an actual age range. You could compare loli to Little Lupe in the real world, before she got plastic tits she played up the fact that she looked like she was in her early teens when she was in her 20s. For example the girls in Tenchi Muyo are hundreds of years old but take on the bodies of young teenagers, that's the power of cartoons, you don't play by the real world's rules.

Either way you shouldn't feel guilty about it. No one was hurt, you were exploring your sexuality in a safe way and you walked away from it a (some what) healthy human being.

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[–] Chinchurro 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

I agree, the ban is unfounded. Like the kids who shared their nudes with each other, get arrested and get a criminal record that states distributing child pornography/owning child pornography. The arrest and criminal record are also unfounded, but it still ruins their live. I don't feel guilty about what I've done, what makes me cringe is having done something illegal without realizing it. But thank you for your kind words (except the some what part haha)!

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[–] NU17 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I look at all this tame shit and think, damn NU17 you're a creepy, sick motherfucker

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[–] AnTi90d 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I helped a guy set up a hidden camera in his store.

The hidden camera was about a foot off of the ground, hidden inside some equipment, pointed steeper than a sixty degree angle with a piece of black tape over the red LED light that indicated that it was turned on.

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[–] dylbobagginses 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

daaaaamn dude....

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[–] CaliforniasGold ago 

Wait, what's creepy about that? Was it a sex store? Was the camera inside the bathroom? I thought cameras were ubiquitous in most stores (hidden or not).

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[–] AnTi90d 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

It was an upskirt camera in a retail store.

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[–] Ladygnome ago 

Was there a way you could've anonymously reported that, without having him know it was you? Like send in a female friend, have her "discover" it, freak out, and call the local news...?

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[–] AnTi90d ago 

It was so well hidden, you'd have to be on your hands and knees to see it.

(The store is out of business, now.)

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[–] lorlipone 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Just some garden variety internet stalking of an ex. That and I still look to see if her car is at her work, when I'm driving by (6 years later)

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