In a group orgy of about 3 men and 2 women, 1 (Man) was eyeing 2 (Woman).
And in any group orgy of about 5, there is always an odd-member-out - that's 5 (Man).
3 (Man) & 4 (Woman) started getting it on.
2 (Woman) went down on 1 (Man).
1 (Man) was about to cum when 2 (Woman) went in for a kiss and 5 (Man) went in behind 2 (Woman) and started humping her from behind.
2 (Woman) had no desire for 5 (Man) and in fact have denied him access to him the whole orgy time (up until that time).
Preferences - that was a clear rule in the orgy. No one forces himself to anyone - whether to give or to receive.
But like the same situations before: andiyan na, lalabasan na naman siya at nagpaubuya ka na lang kahit hindi mo gusto.
1 (Man) & 2 (Woman) are office mates.
2 (Woman) obviously like 1 (Man).
On a drunken birthday night, 1 (Man) and 2 (Woman) found themselves lying next to each other.
2 (Woman) searched for 1's (Man's) member, 1 (Man) willingly obliged.
They had one intense f*ck-session.
Only 1 (Man) came.
"Ang dumi mo p*tang ina mo - ginamit mo pa ako." 1 suddenly said after dressing up. "Puta ka din e - papatulan kahit sino." 1 (Man) continued.
2 (Woman) enjoyed every bit of the moment and she feels like what 1 (Man) just said it to emancipate himself from the act that just happened as he had a girlfriend.
1 (Man) & 2 (Woman) are married.
They would have been married for five years this year.
1 (Man) has always been promiscuous - having affairs every now and then.
2 (Woman) tolerated it - she made herself to think that she was not enough and that it was "normal" to have affairs in any relationships.
2 (Woman) was always conscious that she looks good for 1 (Man), that she took care of 1 (Man) , that 1 (Man) should always have the upper hand in everything.
And when times came that 1 (Man) wanted to live with someone else, 2 (Woman) would not object and would wait until 1 (Man) decides to come back to her.
Question: Which of the three cases would fall under Violence Against Women (VAW)? Did you have different answers on the first post? If yes, why'd you think so?
Note: I know this feels like a survey (its really not) but I would love to have a little validation (or opposition) of what I have answered myself and just to see our reflections on our conception of abuses.
Shout out to JM, Geosef, Gillboard and FiftyShadesOfQueer for your comments on the first post.