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Someone I know from mutual friends who are in her class, has what I think is a really unhealthy obsession of going after what she calls straight girls as she finds it more of a "challenge" in her book.

The other day several of my friends and her were in the student union and she gleefully interrupted the conversation and looked at a girl and said "I turned her last month" while looking at her with hunger in her eyes. The poor girl looked so embarrassed when she saw us all glance up at her! She just kept walking. Not only did I feel bad for her, I was also angry because I don't want people thinking that I think this behaviour is cool.

I know I could just avoid hanging out with this person I know, but I don't know if I should say something to her.

Quite frankly her approach sounds borderline rape territory. I haven't seen her in "action" so I can't assume and say for sure.

What should I do?
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wtaf I have never before frowned whilst reading a post on TSR. New experience.
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wtaf I have never before frowned whilst reading a post on TSR. New experience.
Yup! How the heck did you think I felt at that moment?!
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Someone I know from mutual friends who are in her class, has what I think is a really unhealthy obsession of going after what she calls straight girls as she finds it more of a "challenge" in her book.

The other day several of my friends and her were in the student union and she gleefully interrupted the conversation and looked at a girl and said "I turned her last month" while looking at her with hunger in her eyes. The poor girl looked so embarrassed when she saw us all glance up at her! She just kept walking. Not only did I feel bad for her, I was also angry because I don't want people thinking that I think this behaviour is cool.

I know I could just avoid hanging out with this person I know, but I don't know if I should say something to her.

Quite frankly her approach sounds borderline rape territory. I haven't seen her in "action" so I can't assume and say for sure.

What should I do?
Sounds like she’s a psychopath, stay away i suggest or talk to your friend and maybe convince her if that happens again she should stop talking to that friend.
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sounds like the james charles "case" from earlier this year except this time its girls
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We've had a gay guy in our friendship group for like 12 years who's got a thing for turning straight guys. Tried it on all of us, unfortunately for him to no avail. He's doing extremely really well for himself after getting a huge inheritance from his parents and opening a salon, and tried to coax me in by saying I'd never want for anything and he'd treat me like a king :rofl: Was mildly tempting but there obviously would be sex involved, so I decided against it.
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sounds like the james charles "case" from earlier this year except this time its girls
Lmao true
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I'd like to turn a lesbian
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Someone I know from mutual friends who are in her class, has what I think is a really unhealthy obsession of going after what she calls straight girls as she finds it more of a "challenge" in her book.

The other day several of my friends and her were in the student union and she gleefully interrupted the conversation and looked at a girl and said "I turned her last month" while looking at her with hunger in her eyes. The poor girl looked so embarrassed when she saw us all glance up at her! She just kept walking. Not only did I feel bad for her, I was also angry because I don't want people thinking that I think this behaviour is cool.

I know I could just avoid hanging out with this person I know, but I don't know if I should say something to her.

Quite frankly her approach sounds borderline rape territory. I haven't seen her in "action" so I can't assume and say for sure.
Do you possibly think your friend is just making up nonsense just to seem cool for clout or have you seen her actually interact with these girls?
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(Original post by It's****ingWOODY)
We've had a gay guy in our friendship group for like 12 years who's got a thing for turning straight guys. Tried it on all of us, unfortunately for him to no avail. He's doing extremely really well for himself after getting a huge inheritance from his parents and opening a salon, and tried to coax me in by saying I'd never want for anything and he'd treat me like a king :rofl: Was mildly tempting but there obviously would be sex involved, so I decided against it.
Why would sex obviously be involved?
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Sounds like she’s a psychopath, stay away i suggest or talk to your friend and maybe convince her if that happens again she should stop talking to that friend.
She acts pretty "normally" at all other times. This was quite a shock to me. I asked my friends who are in her class if she was just bragging for show or if she was being serious. A couple of them said they had seen her in action when they went out one night and was preying on girls who were drunk. They said if people saw a man doing the same thing, all hell would have broken loose.
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Do you possibly think your friend is just making up nonsense just to seem cool for clout or have you seen her actually interact with these girls?
Firstly, she isn't my friend, thank goodness! She's in my friends class. But as I've said in my above reply, my friends have seen her in "action"
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someone i know from mutual friends who are in her class, has what i think is a really unhealthy obsession of going after what she calls straight girls as she finds it more of a "challenge" in her book.

The other day several of my friends and her were in the student union and she gleefully interrupted the conversation and looked at a girl and said "i turned her last month" while looking at her with hunger in her eyes. The poor girl looked so embarrassed when she saw us all glance up at her! She just kept walking. Not only did i feel bad for her, i was also angry because i don't want people thinking that i think this behaviour is cool.

I know i could just avoid hanging out with this person i know, but i don't know if i should say something to her.

Quite frankly her approach sounds borderline rape territory. I haven't seen her in "action" so i can't assume and say for sure.

What should i do?
report immediately
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Regarding your "friend", I've got to ask this OP..

Would you?
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report immediately
To who though, seriousl question? I don't think there's much I can do unless the "victim" was unwilling and forced into doing things she didn't want to do.
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Regarding your "friend", I've got to ask this OP..

Would you?
1. Not my friend. And 2. Not interested into being pressured into something.
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1. Not my friend. And 2. Not interested into being pressured into something.
I didn't hear a "No" ..
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To who though, seriousl question? I don't think there's much I can do unless the "victim" was unwilling and forced into doing things she didn't want to do.
University HR, any authority in school
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She’s a nightmare. Avoid her from now on and tell your friends that you don’t want to be around her anymore. If you or your friends see her hounding a drunk girl report it to a door supervisor if you’re in a place that has them. I’d call the police if it doesn’t , you’d do that if it was a man sexually Harassing a woman wouldn’t you?
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Why would sex obviously be involved?
Cause I happen to know the guy isn't celibate.
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