Sign up or log in to share. It's likely that many feminists find that story empowering, ya 'double standard: rape, female on male' is an thing, and the fact that she was almost 2 years older than him at those ages gave her an edge on him, even though she is an female, but that said, they did a lot of other sexual stuff before it, and he did forgive her and keep having sex her in other meeting with, after she raped him. Riley Reid, a pornographic actress, was asked on Twitter in about how she lost her virginity and she stated: This was found on her Twitter some weeks ago and when it was brought to her attention, she quickly deleted it. After doing further research, I stumbled upon something additionally, where in she explained the story in greater length and detail on her official website, when once again asked by somebody how she lost her virginity: The entire post was also deleted, and apparently a few weeks after she initially posted the full story back in , she was even awarded the "AVN Female Performer of the Year" which from what I understand, is her industry's highest honor. Riley wrote that "no means yes" and "sorry not sorry Clarke! You know you loved it!
Riley Reid describes how she raped an ex-boyfriend in the movie theater. Is this acceptable?
Episodes usually range from three to four hours long, often include an additional guest and feature a varied selection topics. For more information please visit the PKA Wiki. Doesn't matter, you see people pulling up dirt from the past all the time look at the kavenaugh thing. What matters is that she's a woman and the only fucks who scream about this stuff are women who would see this as empowering her. For all we know this was one of those playful "no"'s where it really meant yes with plausible deniability.
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