How can I differenciate a little bit dominated sex from rape?

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    Jul 03, 2015 10:25 AM GMT
    What I mean, when I am not very eager to have sex and my partner gets a little bit domnative and puts it in and I like it, then can I call it rape only because I said 'no' and didn't cancel this 'no'??

    You know sometimes there are some misunderstandings in bed during sex, sometimes I say no and want my parner to dominate and sometimes i say no and mean no. so when it comes to my partner he sometimes rape me cuz he never knows what I really think in my mind?

    is it like any time I say 'no' then any further action of my partner to me is called rape? some times I say stop and he slowly puts it in looking at my reaction ( though I said no) but I am usually like neutral///
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    Jul 03, 2015 10:34 AM GMT
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    Jul 03, 2015 10:58 AM GMT
    ??
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    Jul 03, 2015 11:32 AM GMT
    If you sometimes say "no" when you mean "yes" then you should have a safe-word or a safe-phrase, like "no, stop, stop, stop. I'm serious. Not right now. I don't feel like it. Can we just do other stuff?"
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    Jul 03, 2015 12:59 PM GMT
    What kind of retarded-azz question is that?!!
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    Jul 03, 2015 3:27 PM GMT
    Why do u call it ann azz-retarded question?

    I don't wanna have sex and tell it to my partner which is trying to convince me to do it. I say no and he keeps doing this, then I become neutral and think' I'll let him do what he wants' but don't say it like ' u can fuck me now'
    isn't it kind of rape as I said I didn't want to have sex ?