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Thats just f*ucked up. Psycho parents like that are basically sinning themselves for murdering their child for sinning :rolleyes: and they regard themselves as "religious" pfffft.
Yeah it is, that's why it's better she just keep it to herself. I know my parents wouldn't do it but I wouldn't underestimate your parents dedication to religion and cultural practice tbh, their view on sex before marriage is something that runs very deep
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Yeah it is, that's why it's better she just keep it to herself. I know my parents wouldn't do it but I wouldn't underestimate your parents dedication to religion and cultural practice tbh, their view on sex before marriage is something that runs very deep
I'm she knows her parents if i ever did, god forbid but i'd tell my parents.
she didn't state "sex".
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Thank you!

I haven’t got checked, as far as I know hes only ever slept with her and that was only once (which makes it even more bizarre that he slept with me) and shes only ever slept with him, so do I need to get checked? I dont even know where to?
Get checked out just in case.
Brook specialises in providing free, confidential sexual health advice and services to under 25s.
https://legacy.brook.org.uk/find-a-service

There are also several NHS walk in centres that will provide you will a free, confidential checkup.
Just type in your postcode, the website will show you your nearest sexual health centres: https://www.nhs.uk/Service-Search/ST...tionSearch/736
But whatever you do, do not go to your GP or any doctor who knows your family.
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Thats just f*ucked up. Psycho parents like that are basically sinning themselves for murdering their child for sinning :rolleyes: and they regard themselves as "religious" pfffft.
Often it is nothing to do with any single religion or cultural tradition.
Just controlling older relatives who automatically respond with violent fury whenever they see/ hear something that they view as disobedient, low class or shameful to the families social standing in the community "honour/izzat".

A charity I volunteer with supports survivors of honour abuse.
I spent my sunday morning with a young man whose father and 4 uncles attacked him with knives and tried to murder him- because a passerby asked him for the time and he replied.
The victim's family are snobs that fanatically believe in the caste system, caste segregation and seem to be under the impression that the person who wanted to know the time works in a shop and is lower caste than they are.
Textbook for what happens when lunacy results in violent criminality.
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I don't? When did I say I want her to get punished, you're just twisting my word snow with your own interpretation. Her parents will help her, not do the horrible thing which you mentioned you mentioned before. The point of my comment was to show she essentially got taken advantage of, we're not talking about religion here. That's a very bold assumption, fyi.
I dont think I got taken advantage of tbh...Idk why I dont but I’ve always felt like he never really liked her

Even when they were together, I would catch him looking at my body and stuff, so yeah maybe he had planned for this to happen but not for him to get over my friend I don’t think..
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I dont think I got taken advantage of tbh...Idk why I dont but I’ve always felt like he never really liked her

Even when they were together, I would catch him looking at my body and stuff, so yeah maybe he had planned for this to happen but not for him to get over my friend I don’t think..
lmao
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Often it is nothing to do with any single religion or cultural tradition.
Just controlling older relatives who automatically respond with violent fury whenever they see/ hear something that they view as disobedient, low class or shameful to the families social standing in the community "honour/izzat".

A charity I volunteer with supports survivors of honour abuse.
I spent my sunday morning with a young man whose father and 4 uncles attacked him with knives and tried to murder him- because a passerby asked him for the time and he replied.
The victim's family are snobs that fanatically believe in the caste system, caste segregation and seem to be under the impression that the person who wanted to know the time works in a shop and is lower caste than they are.
Textbook for what happens when lunacy results in violent criminality.
Yep, thats exactly how i'd put it!
Disgusts me on another level :mad:
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Repent to God sis. i know this is irrelevant but what ethnicity was the guy?
Yes. Totally irrelevant
religion and ethnicity have nothing whatsoever to do
with doing this to a friend
shes better off without friends like this
men come and go when you’re young. Friends do not do this to each other
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did u at least use protection?
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Do I tell her or WHAT??
I think this should be the least of your worries.
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I think this should be the least of your worries.
Why??
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did u at least use protection?
Yes
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Yes
Make sure no one finds out.
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Im sure you know muslims shouldn't be socialising with the opposite gender and being alone with this guy lead to this situation.

If you truly regret what you did and have seek forgiveness then avoid going to your friends uni accommodation if you know other guys will be there. Just meet her somewhere else.
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I feel sooo guilty, shes my friend and I slept with her very recent ex! Not only that, I’m Muslim and wear a hijab too so I never expected this to happen...
Did you think a hijab was some sort of magical force field chastity belt or something?
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Did you think a hijab was some sort of magical force field chastity belt or something?
Of course not, the point is that I’m a practicing Muslim so I actively refrain from these things, yet it still happened!
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So, my friend just recently broke up with her boyfriend of two years like a month ago

Last week, I was at one of my friends uni accom and he happened to be there too, and we ended up sleeping together!

Like wtf, I always found him attractive and my friend knew that I did too (hes just one of those that most people with eyes would find fit) but I cant believe I slept with him!

I feel sooo guilty, shes my friend and I slept with her very recent ex! Not only that, I’m Muslim and wear a hijab too so I never expected this to happen...

Do I tell her or WHAT??
No. Dont tell her. She had split from him anyway. As i have said to many posters your clothing or hijab proves nothing by itself! You can still f..k. And yiur not the first hijabi to do so. Ignore the people who judge you. If you tell, what good would it do?
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Of course not, the point is that I’m a practicing Muslim so I actively refrain from these things, yet it still happened!
Maybe a moment of weakness? so what? lots of muslims. especially guys, have sex before marriage. its just that you dont get to hear about them because yhey want to marry a virgin which you aren't!
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What the hell you are all muslim and supposed to be virgins shameful #haram
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Repent to God sis. i know this is irrelevant but what ethnicity was the guy?
If its irrelevant why you asking? Worse if he was white right?
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