You may be thinking, “Well, if they’re not touching me, they can’t be doing anything.”
That’s true, but there are a few things to consider when you’re trying to figure out if your abuser has been sexually active.
You need to take a few moments to consider the following:Is there any sexual activity happening?
If yes, then you need to stop and think about whether or not they’re having sex.
Is the activity going well?
Is there any contact?
Is it an intimate, or a sexual, kind of activity?
Are they doing it in public?
If you can’t tell whether or that they’re engaging in sexual activity, then the best course of action is to call the police.
That is, if you think they are touching you, you need them to report it to the police immediately.
Is there anything happening to hurt your feelings?
If your abuser was sexually active and has been hurting your feelings, you should be concerned.
The longer you wait, the less likely it is that your abuser will stop.
And the longer you delay, the more likely they will try to continue hurting you.
So, for instance, you might have been dating someone for a long time, and they’ve gotten into a lot of fights.
You’ve been dating for a while, and the person that you were dating has started hitting on you.
Your feelings of rejection and shame have grown, and you might start to question why you’re still dating the person you love, and it’s likely that they’ll continue to hurt you.
You can help your abuser get help, by helping them to stop hurting you, and by speaking up about it with your family and friends.
If you can, make sure to talk to them about what’s going on.
If they continue to get into fights with you, it’s possible that you might be going to jail for domestic violence.
What do I do if I think my abuser is engaging in sex with someone else?
If it’s not happening, then it’s time to report the abuse to the authorities.
But don’t be too quick to do so.
Domestic violence can be difficult to understand and often goes unreported.
If it’s an ongoing relationship, then there’s a good chance that the person involved in the relationship is having sex with another person.
It’s also a good idea to speak up about the abuse with your own family and/or friends.
What you can do is go to the nearest police station, ask to speak to the officer, and ask them to investigate.
If there’s no one to talk with, then contact the police department’s hotline, which is 1-800-787-8255.
The abuse is likely to have been reported to the department, and so you’ll need to speak with the officer and report the matter to the cops.
You can also call the department’s Sexual Assault Crisis Center for help.
They’ll be able to provide you with advice and support.
How can I tell if my abuser has engaged in sex?
There are a number of ways to tell whether your abuser engaged in sexual contact.
Your best bet is to ask your abuser about it.
It may be hard to do this, but you may want to try.
Some people are more likely to admit to having engaged in contact with their abuser.
So, if your partner admits to having done something sexual with you or to having a history of engaging in sexually inappropriate behavior, you may have a reason to be concerned about your relationship.
Another good thing to do is call the hotline.
This is a telephone number that anyone with any information can call, and who can be reached by the police or the local domestic violence hotline.
The number is 1-(800)-787-8526.
It may be helpful to check the caller ID card of the person on the other end of the phone.
If that person appears to be a man or a woman, that could indicate that he/she may be having sex or having had sex with you.
If the person’s name is listed as a woman or a man, that may indicate that the abuser is a woman.
The person who’s on the phone may also be able give you a brief description of the other person.
If he/her is male, they may be the person who was having sex, or the person they were having sex/sex with, and if he/or she is female, they could be the other people they were being sexually intimate with.
For more information about sexual assault, visit the Violence Against Women Act and the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-866-799-SAFE.