Sex with sister's friend

I slept over at my sister's house, and woke up to her friend sucking my cock. She's not very attractive and a little chubby. I wouldn't have willingly fucked her, but she started sucking me and got me horny. I got behind her and fucked her doggie style.

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    • HEY I hope these comments are not from The Mighty anti incest warrior because this is not an incest post.

    • There not I did not post them someone copied and posted them here!

    • Ramifications of Incest

      January 12, 2011
      Richard P. Kluft, MD, PhD

      Volume 27, Issue 12

      The treatment of incest victims is often painful and difficult. With patience, the vast majority of those who have experienced incest can experience considerable improvement and enjoy an enhanced quality of life without succumbing to repeated victimization.

      Few subjects in psychiatry elicit more profound, visceral, and polarized reactions than incest-the occurrence of sexual behaviors between closely related individuals-behaviors that violate society’s most sacred and guarded taboos. Furthermore, few circumstances confront the psychiatrist with more complex, painful, and potentially problematic clinical dilemmas and challenges than the treatment of the incest victim and/or the management of situations in which incest has been suspected or alleged by one member of a family, and denied, often with both pain and outrage, by the accused and/or other members of that family.

      The study of incest as an actual phenomenon rather than as a fantasy is a relatively recent event. In 1975, an authoritative text proclaimed that the incidence of father-daughter incest in the United States was 1 in a million families.1 Crucial contributions by feminist authors and traumatologists rapidly sensitized the profession to the frequency and importance of incest and its association with psychopathology.2-4 By 1986, Russell5 wrote that some form of father-daughter incestuous activity, ranging from minimal to brutal and aggressive, was found in approximately 1 in 20 families that included daughters and their natural fathers, and 1 in 7 families in which daughters resided with a stepfather. By the early 1990s, feminists, traumatologists, and contributors from the emerging study of dissociative disorders were engaged in a vigorous study of incest and the treatment of incest victims.

    • Symptoms

      Incest victims present with a wide range of symptoms and comorbidities.20 It is well established that trauma increases the likelihood a person will suffer symptoms that include not only the spectrum of posttraumatic conditions and response patterns but also anxiety, depression, and multiple psychiatric and somatic diagnoses.21 The groups of symptoms most commonly encountered in incest victims involve several clusters (Table 2).

       

      TABLE 2: Symptom clusters in victims of incest6,20,25
      ? Emotional incontinence: an inability to contain distressing effects and the urges that accompany them

      ? Affective dysregulation: the intrusion of strong emotions and/or their suppression

      ? Dysfunctional self-soothing: use of addictive substances, activities, rituals of self-harm or self-stimulation

      ? Somatoform dissociation26: physical expressions of emotional distress

      ? Comorbidity: the effects of trauma-related conditions, physical and mental

      ? Sexual dysfunction: inhibitions, dyscontrol, and reenactment-driven compulsive sexuality

      ? Reenacting and revictimization behaviors: efforts to please, charm, withdraw, defy, place self at risk for further trauma, etc

      ? Failures in relatedness: efforts to play a role pleasing to others, or inoffensive to others, while experiencing mistrust/unrealistic trust toward others; often relationships do not provide either intimacy, nurture, or support, but they are continued

    • Bear in mind that the treatment of the incest victim must address not only past problems but current problems as well. Treatment must concern itself with the patient’s future. The therapist should assess the patient’s ongoing vulnerability and attempt to reduce the likelihood that he or she will be revictimized.

      In an article in 1989, I described the “sitting duck syndrome.”24 I studied a series of patients who had been victims of therapist-patient sexual exploitation and was shocked to discover that all of the patients in the series had previously been victims of incest. I postulated a connection between their childhood mistreatment and characteristics that predisposed victims to repetitive victimization (such as exploitation by their therapists). Therapy must free the incest victim of the burden of repetitive victimization by addressing the following 4 areas of problematic function:

      • Severe symptoms and problematic traits that render the patient needy, dependent, and pessimistic about achieving recovery-afraid to displease or to be rejected

      • Dysfunctional individual dynamics that drive the patient to enact and reenact problematic scenarios

      • Pathological object relations and family dynamics, including the toleration of behaviors and interactions that most would protest with vigor

      • Deforming of the observing ego/debased cognition

    • In an article in 1989, I described the “sitting duck syndrome.”24 I studied a series of patients who had been victims of therapist-patient sexual exploitation and was shocked to discover that all of the patients in the series had previously been victims of incest. I postulated a connection between their childhood mistreatment and characteristics that predisposed victims to repetitive victimization (such as exploitation by their therapists). Therapy must free the incest victim of the burden of repetitive victimization by addressing the following 4 areas of problematic function:

      • Severe symptoms and problematic traits that render the patient needy, dependent, and pessimistic about achieving recovery-afraid to displease or to be rejected

      • Dysfunctional individual dynamics that drive the patient to enact and reenact problematic scenarios

      • Pathological object relations and family dynamics, including the toleration of behaviors and interactions that most would protest with vigor

      • Deforming of the observing ego/debased cognition

    • Conclusion

      The treatment of incest victims is often painful and difficult. However, if approached circumspectly, gently, and with patience, the vast majority of those who have experienced incest can experience considerable improvement and enjoy an enhanced quality of life without succumbing to repeated victimization!!

    • Fat girls always end up fucking. It's they're reason for being. I've done like thirty of them. Then they die of heart disease when they're like 30 so boom, done.

    • Watch some Popeye cartoons

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