Rapelust: What It Is, And How To Deal With It Have you ever heard of rapelust? No, it’s not a new rap song. Rapelust is a real thing, and it’s something that can happen to anyone who is sexually attracted to rape. Rapelust is different from rape fantasies in that it is not just a fantasy; people who experience rapelust actually want to be raped. If you or someone you know suffers from rapelust, there is help available. This blog post will explore what rapelust is and how to deal with it.
What is rapelust?
Rapelust is an intense, uncontrollable desire for rape. It is a psychiatric condition characterized by recurrent and intrusive thoughts about rape, an overwhelming urge to rape someone, and/or engaging in rape fantasies. Rapelust is often accompanied by sexual arousal and excitement at the prospect of raping someone.
Those with rapelust often feel that they cannot control their urges and thoughts, and may even act on them. Rapelust is a serious condition that can cause great distress and harm to both the person suffering from it and their potential victims. If you or someone you know may be struggling with rapelust, it is important to seek professional help.
The different types of rapelust
There are different types of rapelust:
– The first type is when you have an uncontrollable urge to rape someone. This can be motivated by anger, jealousy, or a desire to control and dominate someone.
– The second type is when you get sexual pleasure from the act of raping someone. This can be motivated by a need for power, domination, or just pure sexual gratification.
– The third type is when you rape someone as part of a group or gang. This can be motivated by a desire to show your dominance over others, or to prove your loyalty to the group.
If you think you may have rapelust, it’s important to get help from a mental health professional. Rapelust is a serious problem that can lead to violence and crime. Treatment can help you control your urges and keep yourself safe.
Pros and cons of rapelust
If you find yourself constantly fantasizing about being raped, or even enjoying the idea of rape play during sex, you may be suffering from rapelust. Rapelust is a specific type of sexual fantasy that revolves around the desire to be raped. It is different from consensual BDSM activities in that there is no negotiation involved – the focus is on feeling helpless and completely at the mercy of your partner.
There are a variety of reasons why someone might suffer from rapelust, including unresolved issues with sexual trauma, a need for powerlessness or submission, or simply a desire to try something new and exciting. While there are certainly some positives to indulging in rape play – such as exploring your dark side or increasing intimacy with your partner – there are also some potential negatives.
For example, if you have unresolved issues with sexual trauma, role-playing rape can actually aggravate those issues and make them worse. Additionally, if you don’t have a good understanding of consent and communication with your partner, rape play can quickly become non-consensual and very dangerous.
If you think you may be suffering from rapelust, it’s important to talk to a professional who can help you understand your desires and figure out how to safely explore them. In the meantime, here are some tips for dealing with rapelust:
Talk about it: Discussing your fantasies with your partner is a great way to start exploring them safely. Make sure
How to deal with rapelust
Rapelust, also known as rape fantasy, is a sexual fetish or kink in which someone fantasizes about being raped. This can include fantasizing about being raped by a specific person, or by someone in general. It can also include fantasizing about being raped in a specific way, or in general.
There are a variety of reasons why someone might be interested in rape fantasies. For some people, it may be a way to deal with trauma from past sexual abuse. For others, it may be a way to explore their own sexuality or power dynamics in a safe and consensual way. And for others still, it may simply be a turn-on.
If you have rape fantasies, there are a few things you can do to explore them safely and consensually. First and foremost, make sure you have a solid understanding of consent and what it means in the context of sex. This will help ensure that everyone involved is comfortable and safe throughout the experience.
Next, find a partner who is willing to explore your rape fantasies with you. This can be someone you know and trust, or someone you meet online or through a BDSM community. Be sure to communicate openly and honestly with your partner about what you’re hoping to experience and what your boundaries are.
Finally, make sure you have an exit plan in place in case either of you feels uncomfortable at any point during the experience. This could involve having a safe word that either of you can
If you or someone you know is struggling with Rapelust, there are a few resources that can help. Here are some hotlines and websites that can offer support and information:
-The National Rappelling Hotline: 1-800-272-7255
-The National Anti-Rape Coalition: www.antirape.org
-RAINN: The Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network: www.rainn.org
Alternatives to rapelust
If you’re not into rappelling, that’s totally cool. There are plenty of other ways to get your adrenaline fix. Here are a few ideas:
– BASE jumping
-Swinging from a rope over a raging river
-Climbing to the top of a really tall mountain
Rapelust is a very real phenomenon, and one that can be difficult to deal with. If you find yourself struggling with rapelust, know that you are not alone. There are many resources available to help you manage your rapelust and live a healthy, fulfilling life.