Sort Of. Does Moaning Count?

I used to.  But I wouldn't talk, I'd moan.  Moan in pain...not anything sexual.  My boyfriend at the time would wake me up and ask me what was wrong, but I would always say that I didn't know, and I really didn't.  I had to have been dreaming but I could never remember it.

A lot of those times I would also end up shivering, or twitching, or flinching.  Sometimes I would try to punch or kick.  It would freak my boyfriend out and he'd wake up being all scared.  Poor guy

I did that for months but then I stopped doing it, I don't know why I started doing it and I also don't know why I stopped.

yoyy yoyy 26-30, F 4 Responses Dec 4, 2008

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It's okay, it happened years ago and I'm pretty much over it. I'm still a pretty cautious person, but it's not because I'm worried that some guy is going to come up and rape me. It would be cool if I could just chill and not be on my toes so much though.

Sorry to hear you were raped. I often watch women as they walk to their cars, and how guarded and cautious they are. Sometimes I see fear. It make me glad to be a guy. I could not imagine how that would affect me IF I was a woman.

No, I don't fear being raped, even though I was in the past, I don't fear it now. My guess based on your explanation, was that back when I used to moan in my sleep I hadn't gotten over being raped and somehow that affected my dreams. Maybe?

And no, I have never been robbed. I know people who have been, though.

Well the first thing that comes to mind is do you fear being raped?

I am not meaning to be rude, but the way you described it, it sound like you had something to fear.

We you ever robbed or anything like that. Or someone you knew?