Please read the first post I wrote about Ouija boards if you haven't already. I will be picking up where I left off.
If you don't know what an Ouija board is, it's a board used to communicate with spirits. It has letters, numbers, and a few words. It has a pointer piece called a planchet. It's also sold as a toy but it's anything but a toy. So it has a few rules that I'll explain as we go.
So this happened at least two years ago and I was so stupid for not ending things sooner. I was on a certain site (I don't think they want this kind of publicity) and I was posting ads looking for a dom. A few days later after posting my first ad, I got a message from an older guy telling me he was looking for a sub type for his sub. I was intrigued so I messaged him back. We all got on a private group chat on Kik to talk to each other. I don't remember how soon this came out but at some point I found out that the guy was married but had this sub on the side of his marriage. I should have left at that point because I reasoned it away by saying his wife knew so it was ok. So I went on like normal and agreed to meet them.
So the black eye children are a group of kids who have black eyeballs or black irises, depends on who you talk to. They come to your home or car and they will ask for help. They will either ask for a ride, to come in, or to use your phone or something similar. The stories always involve asking for help in some way. If you say no, they insist and force you to help. When you encounter one you will feel uneasy, then when they start to force you to help, you feel yourself starting to help but then you catch yourself. No one knows what happens if you help; in all stories about them people say no. They are also seen panhandling or hitchhiking. They were even spotted on the news. There was also someone who was using a drone and spotted one in a forest.
In this day and age, we need to relearn what consent is. In the Netflix show 13 Reasons Why, one of the main characters (Bryce) said: "I could tell she wanted it and she didn't exactly say no." That's such a young guy way of thinking, and some men never grow out of that. They can't wrap their minds around why women don't want sex with them all the time. Men also don't understand why women don't want sex to be the focus of a relationship. You will not die if you don't get sex when you want it. Not every girl is going to want you... shocker, I know. Now I know not all men think the way I just described. There are decent men out there. It's not just men that need to learn about consent either, we all do.
It happened to me about 4 years ago. I just got out of my first relationship and I went back on a popular dating site (I won't name it because it may not want to be associated with this). About a week later I started to talk to a guy who lived about 30 or 45 minutes away. This new guy and I met a few days later. It went well but at the end of the night he touched me and I didn't stop him. I think that's where the ball started to roll in his head about what he would do next to me. So we saw each other the next day at a park near my house. At dark we sat in my car talking. One of the last things he did was touch me down there; I wanted it so that wasn't the assault. This is going to sound weird, but I think when I consented he thought my consent overrode the times I would say no. At this point it all seemed normal. I felt like I found a good guy.