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Re: Sex on Ambien?
Feb 8, 2009
Well, just my opinion, but having sex with someone who is not willing or competent to give consent is not only creepy, it's technically rape. If I found out my husband was having sex with me while I was asleep, under the influence of a sleeping aid, or otherwise unconscious and showed no intention of stopping, I'd probably divorce him. Now, I'm not advising you to leave him, but certainly to keep talking about this and make it clear to him that this is not ok with you. I mean, this shouldn't even be up for debate. It's your body, and if you don't want someone using your body like a piece of meat while you're asleep, you have the right to say so and to put a stop to it. Your body and what you want done and what you don't want done to it is not up for negotiation. Sex isn't supposed to be something he does TO you, it's something both you do together. You're not a blow up doll, but he's treating you as though you are. I do think you should, like I said, keep talking to him about it until you get through to him that this is, never will be, ok, and even sleep in a different room, with the door locked, until he really gets the message. You can always reach a compromise, like re-arranging your schedule a couple of days per week where you don't have to wake up early the next morning and don't need to take the sleeping aid, or take the sleeping aid afterward or something, But this issue needs to be discussed and a compromise reached. What he's doing isn't right and it's very very disrespectful.

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