I like being emotionally and physically close with my friends, but showing disrespect for my consent is a major red flag. I'm just curious because it just seems kind of random, especially af the 'normal boobs' comment. We are not responsible for any third link parties. Your friend should not have blown you off. I was born female, and I grab and play with my friends boobs in non pervy ways.
Like at a party when a guy grabbed my dick which was accidentally visible under my skirt. I have a weird group of friends. I asked her why she did it mentioning that I would never grab her breasts like that and her response kind of bothered me. Kate seemed unimpressed with the rack, but maybe she's just felt 'em before. It wasn't cool and it bothered you. At the next rest stop, the driver came up to me and asked for my side of the story. I guess it's just how we bond.
Notes Moderators reserve the right to remove threads or ban users for any of the above rule violations. We only provide general information about medical transition, which may be misleading for your individual circumstances. It's not sexual, just funny, since we've all got them. Eventually she found my profile on Facebook and saw all my full-time pictures and realized that I'm really a girl, not a feminine boy. It shouldn't matter whether you are male or female: one should respect other peoples' wishes about how you treat their bodies.
I woke up a few hours later with my head on my large friend's shoulder and I think I drooled a little bit. We all have those moments where we do something ridiculously stupid. Sorry, I just don't know how I should feel about this. You are under no obligation to forgive until she recognizes why it bothered you and expresses as much. There is no situation in which another person's breasts are okay to touch without explicit consent! It is important to keep in mind that if someone knew you before you began transition it may complicate their relationship and boundaries may need to be established. My friends and I are very comfortable with each other. Like, you don't just grab peoples body parts.
I sulked to the back of the bus where I found my friends laid out sound asleep. I have had female friends grab each others as jokes and the like. Vulgar does not mean using bad words. Guy about to drop his pizza. You should rightfully be pissed.
Medical Disclaimer The members of this subreddit do not act as medical professionals. I wish everyone were as open as my friends have been. This information is not intended nor recommended as a substitute for medical advice. There is a lot of apologetics going on here but the reality is the same. I always try to find the good in what people say, rather than assume the worst.
But it goes to show that you cannot assume you both were talking about the same thing. I mean if a guy did that to her she'd be all totally flipping out about how the guy is a sicko pervert blah blah blah. Be respectful, especially about how people identify themselves No bigotry transphobia, homophobia, sexism, racism, etc ; no hateful speech or disrespectful commentary; no personal attacks; no ; no ; no ; no shaming based on stealth, open or closeted status. And she immediately apologized and said she should have asked. I'm not saying its something to freak out about but it obviously bothered you and you should mention it to her. I tried to explain but it's not exactly normal to say you thought you were squeezing your 20 year old friends boob and it turns out to be some planet-sized 50-year-old hag. You may include additional information if you'd like.
She's not sure what to think. Your post should encourage discussion and be inclusive. It qualifies as sexual harassment regardless of the perpetrators ignorance of that. If I declined or he did not ask, and he did so anyway? If you value her friendship then attempt to educate her. I can't speak about the rest of the world, but here in southern California, girls feel each other boobs all the time. No response greater than if someone had bumped into me for any other reason. We are required to report members identifying as such to the reddit admins.
She's since apologized to me, but I still continue to tease her time to time by calling her names like 'boob-grabber'. It's a female breast because it's my breast, and that's what estrogen does. Now if she had asked if she could touch them that would be a little uncomfortable and weird but at least it would have been respectful. I'm sorry that lots of cis people don't get it, but some of us allies are out there trying to help! It is simple common sense. So far as grabbing them.
Always seek the advice of your qualified health care provider regarding any medical questions. We'd like to review the survey before it is posted. I'm not super protective of my breasts, and I tend not to think of them as being significantly different from, say, my arm. We would have a serious conversation about the matter and, depending on the specifics and the way our conversation went, I might consider changing our relationship into a somewhat less friendly one. They simply do not understand. I had a problem with a friend when I came out to him.