he ask what was wrong n his hand was goin up my shirt he said he'll stop if i tell him but it was nothin 2 tell. he still didnt stop then he pulls my bra, starts grabbin n kissin my boobs i tried to push him away but couldnt is this considered asualt?

It sounds like you were on a

It sounds like you were on a date gone very wrong. What you are describing is clearly a sexual assault. No one has the right to touch you without your permission, much less put their hands on your breasts. If you say "no," then your date must respect your boundaries. You have the right to make a police report against this person, although the authorities may or may not pursue action against this person. Unfortunately, unless there is a witness or injury, these types of assaults are hard to prove.

Follow this link at http://www.christianfamilyplanning.org/date-rape.php for more information about what you can do to stay safe when you are on a date.

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams

Monnica Williams, Ph.D.
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Thanks, um.. i have a

Thanks, um.. i have a question. im 9weeks pregnant and ive taking care of myself but yesterday i started getting this really bad back pain and like contractions. what could this mean?


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