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    Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Feb 8, 13 at 6:31pm

    Hey, whether it's permissible to wake someone up from sleep with sex raises some very serious issues of consent. Some people, like OP apparently, also have fantasies of having sex while incapacitated. Good to get the issue of consent cleared up while one is still sober.

  • 43 49
    Submitted by Malarkey on Feb 8, 13 at 7:52pm

    How bout I say I did then you give me hangover head in the morning?

  • 39 46
    Submitted by YouveAlrdyHadUrs on Feb 9, 13 at 2:00am

    "I didn't need any, but thanks."

  • 40 56
    Submitted by SaducarGeneral on Feb 8, 13 at 4:03pm

    Omm, nom nom. Zombie!!

  • 29 41
    Submitted by 4NIC8OR on Feb 8, 13 at 5:24pm

    That's no fun!

  • 30 45
    Submitted by yewinnhard on Feb 9, 13 at 8:27am

    This raises s good question, if you get prior permission is it raep?

    • 30 33
      Submitted by MrMagicFingers on Feb 9, 13 at 9:19am

      You just answered your own question...if it's consentual then by definition, no.

    • 35 36
      Submitted by WV_kiwi on Feb 9, 13 at 1:17pm

      still could be considered r@pe. by definition, you have to have capacity to consent.