‘I can’t believe I was born’: How I was forced to have sex with my boyfriend’s dad
The man who got into a relationship with his father’s former partner after she had had an abortion said the experience made him “absolutely sick”.
The experience happened in 2009 when the pair were in the final stages of getting married in South Africa.
After having sex with the man’s father’s then-girlfriend, the couple began to have a relationship of their own.
“The relationship was very healthy.
The relationship was wonderful.
The relationships were so good, and it just sort of happened that the father had a problem with his ex-partner, so I kind of started to develop feelings towards him,” he said.
“We went on a few dates and had a few sexual experiences and things like that, and things were going very well and things just took off from there.”
The couple met when the father was working in a factory and his son was working at a factory nearby.
“So we were walking along and he said, ‘Hey, you’re looking after my son, right?’
And I said, yeah, we’ve been looking after him, and he goes, ‘Oh, OK, great, you’ve done a fantastic job, and I want to see you again.'”
So he said I’ll take my son to his father for lunch.
So I went and got lunch with him and he had a cup of tea and we had a coffee and he was very nice to me, very sweet and very caring.
“After a few more dates, the man decided to take the father to the factory again and again, until they both decided that the relationship was over.
They then started to move on, with the father leaving South Africa, and the son staying in South America.
The couple eventually split up.
The father said he was not aware that he had become involved with his former partner and he did not know about the relationship until after he had been through it.”
It was very strange to me because I thought it was a really good relationship.
I didn’t know it was going to be over.
And he said to me he was leaving me, he was going back to his country, so that was the first time I had ever heard that from him,” the man said.”
He told me he wanted to see me again, but I had to say, OK he’s leaving me.
So that was a little bit of a shock.
“The man said the relationship eventually became very difficult to manage, because he did “not know” if he could get back together with the woman he had once dated.”
I just feel completely ill.
I don’t know if I can do anything.
I feel so sad and depressed.
I just feel really, really angry and I just want to do something about it,” he told The Sunday Times.
After being put on the waiting list for an abortion, the father sought counselling from a GP.
The GP advised the man that the process could take weeks.
In the end, he decided to seek help from a counsellor, who helped him find a private counselling session.
During that session, the counsellors told the man he was being treated like a criminal.”
They told me, ‘You are a criminal because you are having an abortion.
You are a child molester.
You should not be allowed to go to a counsexation centre’,” the man told The Times.”
And they told me it was my fault.
I was responsible for him being involved in this relationship, and my wife, and that was my responsibility.
It was my wife and he’s going to do whatever he wants to do to me.
That was my punishment for everything.
“The woman later told the Sunday Times that she had experienced similar feelings and did not wish to go back to counselling.”
But he said he did wish to do this counselling, so he went to the counselling centre and I went to his counsellorship and it was all OK.
He said, OK.
I have got a good experience here,” the woman said.