Twelve years ago now, I was invited to a girlfriends baptism. A man was also being baptised that day and something he said in the testimony grabbed my attention (which I won't go into) and I asked to be introduced to him. Well, that year, I was suffering from a severe depression so I confided in him. "Masturbation - that'll make you feel better" he said. It's something I'd done before so in a nutshell, I let him show me. (Bear in mind I was feeling fairly suicidal so it was a case of nothing tried, nothing gained.) This started a chain reaction and I started getting some pretty obscene phone calls. I'd pick the phone up to find him masturbating on the other end. I honestly know what to do, who to turn to, anything so I just towed the line to keep him off my back for as long as possible. The girlfriend added a complication - as they knew each other I couldn't visit her without seen him too. As they were church members I didn't rock the boat either. All this went on for eight years until I was put on a medication (for epilepsy) which put me in a pretty fowl mood. It was then that I stood up to him. Now, a couple of years later, I'm feel I was taken advantage of with the depression and everything but I'm confused as to whether I was harrassed or what to call it. As for my sexuality, I've decided to label myself as bisexual as I can't see how I could possibly have a straight relationship now. I'm just hoping a bisexual woman would be tollerant of what's happened. Can anyone help?
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