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If he doesnt get your consent, it's rape. Simple as that! For him to say it's ok because you get wet while he is doing it and therefore you enjoy it is very ignorant. And definitely not ok. He needs to learn basic biology. Just like an erection doesn't always mean he's aroused and all it is sometimes is a purely physical reaction, the same goes for females. Why does he not think to wake you up and ask your permission? Your husband is a Neanderthal.
Hi there, As a Police Officer reading this, I am very, very sorry this is happening to you but what your husband is doing to you is RAPE. I am sorry if what I have said is harsh but it's the truth. If you did not give consent to have sex in the first place, it is RAPE, full stop and your husband IS commiting a crime. I'm not sure whereabouts you are in Australia or the world but you NEED to report this to Police immediately. Please, please, please seek help, your husband cannot continue to do anything to you without YOUR CONSENT.
I've written about this before. My husband and I frequently have sleep sex. He is whats referred to as a sexomniac. For us, it's okay as neither of us mind. But there's been times when I've woken up to him playing with me and I've not wanted it. So I tell him no, and try and wake him up enough so he can hear me. And he stops. There's people who will no doubt argue with me about this, but as it's my relationship and I'm happy with it. So there 😋
The fact that you don't want it means he should stop. A no is a no. If he pulls out that "oh but you were wet" crap, remind him that if a big aggressive gay man was to forcibly stick his hand up your husband's bum and play with his prostate, he'd probably cum. But it'd still be sexual assault.
And remind him that you're not some porn star in a rape fantasy scene. No means no. No excuse can change that.
If you are unable to give consent (asleep, intoxicated, drugged, whatever it is) then *it is rape*.
You need to talk to him about it properly. If you don't like it and it is making you feel "off" - tell him and come up with a solution together eg. Waking you properly, A safe word, no sex until after your morning wee or you brush your teeth or something. If he doesn't respect your wishes I would make him sleep elsewhere until he gets it (well actually I would tell him to leave but that's me).
My husband and I will often initiate sex whilst the other is asleep but there is no sex until we are both awake, if that makes sense? So I might kiss him and give him oral until he wakes and reaches for me or says something to acknowledge he is ready, or not, and we will continue, or not. He does the same for me. We have a lot of love, respect and trust in our relationship and we speak openly and often.
It does sound like you need to work on a few things with your partner. Communication is key.
This is a very touchy subject, personally I have consented to let my husband do this. I also have consent to start playing with him if he's asleep. Many a morning he has woken to a blowjob.
So you need to decide if this is something you are okay with or not. If not then you need to make it very clear to him it is wrong and being wet is not a good enough reason. If he doesn't stop then you also need to decide if it's worth staying with someone who so obviously does not care about how you feel on something that is supposee to be an act of love between to people. Not just one person.
So by his reasoning if a guy comes up to him and rapes him and your husband gets an erection because he will that means that he wanted it. Your husband is raping you! What is worse is that doesn't see it that way. You need to get out now.
If you don't want him to do it, it's rape. It doesn't matter if you get wet or not. Make it clear you need to be fully awake first.
There is not enough info in your post. If you wake up do you tell him to stop? If you drift off back to sleep before that do you tell him to stop?
If your not actively telling him to stop then no sorry I don't consider this rape and he is going off your body language and signals (being wet)
How you have then told him "you're basically raping me" sounds like a very off the cuff comment.
You need to sit down and talk to him and enforce when you do or don't want sex. If he continues after this chat then by all means yes it's rape and you need to leave and report him.
I ca not believe what I am reading this is not okay, no matter how people try to justify it. It is not consensual if one party is asleep. It's not okay for someone to do this to another person it's illegal and needs to be dealt with. No one in their right mind should do this to their partner who they supposedly love. It's not love its rape, you can not give consent if you are asleep, drunk or wacked out on goodness knows what. NO iffs buts or maybe's about it.
My ex used to so it. But only when I was passed out drunk. I found out when I obviously wasn't as passed out as he thought and woke up. Was so awkward. Yes he did stop cos I was like wtf but... he is an ex for a reason lol
Sooo not cool! You are being violated without consent. No consent = rape😡 You need to get him out now!
Yes my husband has done this before. I was also not really asleep but not actually awake either, he also thought because i got wet and made small noises and body moments that i was more awake then i was. i dont know about you but my husband doesnt actually ever say 'can i have sex with you/do you want sex' and wait for a yes or no, kind of ruins the mood for me, For us its all about body language rather then actual spoken words and we also start off spooning so he cant see my face much.
We had a chat about it, in our case it wasnt a big deal as it was an honest mistake and it never happened again. I would definitely be having a talk with him, tell him your have been asleep and that it really isnt ok , if thats how you feel, or that you have been asleep and want him to wake u up a bit more before starting, if thats how you feel.
He didnt know i was asleep as it started just like most times we have sex. If he knew i was asleep it wouldnt have happened.