Assaulted by lecturer

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male

I feel stupid asking for advice (been a man and all)
but i dont know what else to do??/
I start college a year ago and developed a small crush of
a lecturer (which soon passed when i saw all the younger girls on offer) eventually i start seeing a girl and we got on great, my lecturer started being weird (failing me on exams i know i passed) and giving me really evil eyes when my girlfriend was with me, im a small guy and i know you will probably laugh but this is what happened to me... my lecturer asked me one evening after computer class to stay behind and pick up my exam results, she locked the door and literally threw me on the floor, i wasnt expected it soi fell right back and all of a sudden she was on top of me, she pulled my jocks down and told me to shut up, i honestly was terrified, she gave me a bjob and then i suppose raped me! i told her no but does saying no actually work for guys too? i dunno but i left college and now im drinking alot and left my gfriend.

help me!

j Advice
It is obvious that this incident has affected you deeply. You have dropped out of school, started drinking, and left your girlfriend. Find a rape crisis center and seek counseling there. You may find that you want to press police charges against the lecturer or at least report her to the college.

The rules of sexual assault apply equally to women as well as to men. You have every right to pursue this in a manner which will help you recover from the experience.

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