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Re: For Pippa

Posted by Pippa on February 6, 2007, at 3:00:17

In reply to Re: For Pippa, posted by lcat10 on February 5, 2007, at 23:17:12


I am sorry that you find this all very disturbing.

Can I go back to the point that I made a few posts ago? Piers (my now ex-therapist) is my lover, my soul-mate and the best friend I have in the world.

We started this relationship because we both wanted to. At no time has he coerced me, seduced me or forced me to do anything that i did not want to. We went into this with our eyes open and fully aware that there were huge personal and professional implications for us both.

I love him and he loves me.

I wish that I had not entered into this debate, but I have and I feel that I should continue to have my say.

What are the problems that I may not recognise from this now?

You ask me to believe you but what should I be recognising? That we may split up? That he might never leave his wife? That I may end up in a worse state that when I started my therapy? I happily and gladly started this relationship in the full knowledge that nothing is permanent unless it is based on love trust and an equal sharing of views. It will take work and love. We have both accepted that we need to make an equal contribution.

I am the happiest I have ever been in my life. There are challenges that I still have to address but dont we all have those?

You talk about a power differential. In our relationship there is no use of power. I needed help. I paid for that help. Piers gave his help and time and in a natural and perfect way we became lovers. This was not a smutty series of f*cks in the back of a car or stolen time on the therapist's couch. It was and is a beautiful, warm, sexy sharing of minds, bodies and love that I believe everyone in the world deserves and needs

I have gone from a bad place to what I believe is as good a place as there could ever be.

For the first time in 14 years I am confident in my sexuality. I am not ashamed about what happened to me in the past and can give my body lovingly to a man I love respect and trust.

I genuinely believe I have been "unraped" ...





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