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Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by Obas101(m): 3:05pm On Oct 06, 2015
A powerful letter shared by an anonymous black man that’s trending on social media. Read below…
I was 15 and you were 13. Exactly one year and four months apart. But they will say two years because apparently, in months, we are supposed to round up. I had never met you before, even though we went to the same school. After the usual Friday night routine of underage binge drinking and smoking to look cool, we ended up staying over at a mutual friend’s house. His not-so-traditional parents made it an ideal hangout.

We were talking casually when I first noticed you flirting. I wasn’t exactly a looker back then, and definitely not the kind of guy who girls at our school usually flirted with, so I guess I was flattered. I made some kind of attempt to mirror your advances and we kissed.

“Bed” turned out to be you, your friend and me sleeping on three mattresses in a dining room. We held hands when the lights were out and you guided my hand to your brea$ts.

We gave up our virginity in eight minutes of clumsiness and confusion. You took my belt off and I battled with your bra. We were as silent as we could have been so as not to wake your friend who lay just two metres away, asleep.

I think we were both relieved when it finished. We didn’t use a condom, I guess because I never expected to have s3x any time soon and if you did have one with you it wasn’t offered.

It was entirely mute apart from the simple, but essential, “Do you want to … ?” and “Yes.”
We parted with closed-mouth kisses and I returned to my mattress to sleep.

I woke up being shaken by my friend’s father and two policemen. They were telling me to get dressed and come with them. I didn’t have a clue what was going on.

One of the officers instructed the other to “bag” my T-shirt so my friend’s dad gave me his to put on; all the while I was being escorted through the house rubbing my eyes and asking what was happening.

Through the living room door, I saw more police comforting you. My friend was shouting something in my defence but it wasn’t until I was being arrested at the side of the police car for r*pe that I realised what was happening.

The arresting officer held my arm in detention until I finished heaving my stomach on to the street before pushing me into the back of the police car and driving me to the station.

I was processed and taken to a single cell where the door was closed and my head exploded. I didn’t make a single sound and declined the blanket and the solicitor, as if they might let me out for good behaviour. They took my shoelaces so I didn’t hang myself.

I woke up in tears to the realisation that I was still in a nightmare that couldn’t possibly be true. My foster dad had been called and he came and cried with me, demanded a solicitor and sat through a police interview so in-depth and humiliating that I still refuse to let myself remember it.
I had samples of my nails, saliva and pubic hair taken.

For three months, my bail was renewed monthly while the case was investigated. All this time, I wasn’t allowed to arrive at school until every other pupil was in class, for their safety. I spent every day in isolation, having work from each lesson sent to me via reception staff. If I went to the toilet, I’d be accompanied inside and prevented from talking to any other pupil in the school who I’d spent the last three years trying to make friends with.

My foster placement nearly collapsed because social workers were not sure if I could be trusted to live in the same house as my foster sister. I became completely introverted.

The charges were dropped in January, after the worst Christmas of my life. I was told that charges against you and me for underage s3x had been considered but weren’t pursued. They did not give me any options to take action against you.
Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by Obas101(m): 3:07pm On Oct 06, 2015
I never saw you after that night. In the six years since, I have done all I can to block out the horror of not just that night but of every month spent on bail. While the police seemed to hold true to innocent until proven guilty, my friends and their families certainly didn’t. Even when I returned to a you-free school, I never quite recovered. My relationships since have been damaged and I still struggle to trust my partners. I tell practically no one now about what happened, for fear of being perceived as a rapist and because I guess they’d say stories like mine make it harder for real victims of r*pe to be believed.

I moved away from home and keep minimal ties with my old life, but I don’t think I’ll ever forget what you did. I don’t know why you told your friend that I had r*ped you – maybe because you didn’t want to admit you’d had s3x so casually or maybe because you were scared.

But I will never be able to forgive you for what you did to me.

You damaged my perception of women entirely and the only relationship I have since been able to sustain is with a man I can trust.

Rape is an abhorrent crime and every victim should be able to report it. But false accusations of r*pe are abhorrent too, and the victims too easily forgotten. Not only do false allegations damage the life of the victim but they also contribute to the trivialisation of the seriousness of genuine s3xual violence.

Anonymous

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Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by Remilekun101: 3:52pm On Oct 06, 2015
[size=24pt]So touching[/size]

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Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by olaric(m): 9:16pm On Oct 06, 2015
Stay away from pre marital sex and you won't have to get caught in the devil's trap.
Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by maxti: 10:39pm On Oct 06, 2015
Hmmm!
Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by hatux: 10:50pm On Oct 06, 2015
Those whites are devil in human form I swear.... Like wtf!?
Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by missvera(f): 10:53pm On Oct 06, 2015
Hmmm, see what 8 minutes enjoyment caused him...
Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by Nobody: 11:20pm On Oct 06, 2015
missvera:
Hmmm, see what 8 minutes enjoyment caused him...

Some 8 minutes fun arw worth spending 8yrs in US prison sha and not one week in Kirikiri prison tongue
Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by AfroKnight: 12:35am On Oct 07, 2015
missvera:
Hmmm, see what 8 minutes enjoyment caused him...

When Satan, the tempter approached Eve, it was not a mistake.
Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by connkg(m): 5:28am On Oct 07, 2015
I have always proposed the same sentence for females for false accusation. It is almost never pursued and most females do not admit to how easy it is to falsely accuse a man. In most cases, all a girl has to do is tear her clothing, scream or inflict an injury on herself to, most times, permanently damage a man's reputation or worse. Cases of false accusation are also often presented as rape cases, so I will assume that the increased reportage of rape cases also include more cases of false accusation.
Women need to be made more aware of the seriousness of any rape claim and the inherent difficulty of proving the happening was not consensual.

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Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by Obas101(m): 6:26am On Oct 07, 2015
I'm very sure a higher percentage of people dat have been convicted of rape, may b innocent, kinda mutual stuff.. But no nobody listen to d guy...
Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by Spikkylee: 6:39am On Oct 07, 2015
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Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by younghartz(m): 8:50am On Oct 07, 2015
therapist in one word = the rapist in 2 words
Re: Black Man Writes A Letter To The White Woman Who Falsely Accused Him Of Rape by kelvinrhs(m): 1:03pm On Jun 05, 2017
missvera:
Hmmm, see what 8 minutes enjoyment caused him...
It was his first time, u can't xpect him to go for over an hour

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