A disturbing account of a serial rapist
posted to a Boston College “Confessions” Facebook page Tuesday afternoon was a student “hoax,”Jezebel reports.
Confessions pages are widespread on college campuses — although they are unaffiliated with any school — and feature anonymous posts purportedly submitted by students. The pages are typically independently moderated by students.
In one part of the BC Confessions post, the student recounts how he took advantage of an intoxicated girl his roommate brought back to their room:
When I tried to lay her down, she pulled me closer, and I mistook her motion as an attempt to kiss me, so I kissed her. At first she resisted, but between her fatigue and disarray, she gave in to it. We had sex that night. I used one of my roommate’s condoms, but to my horror, when I finished, I came to the disturbing realisation that she had passed out at some point during the experience. Did I just do what I think I did? The thought horrified me. I needed to talk to the girl about it in the morning when she woke up, just to clarify that it was never my intent to do that to her. I just got caught up in the moment. No girl has ever given me attention, so in this situation, I finally was able to get what I wanted. I put her clothes back on her (which was more difficult than you’d think) and tucked her into my roommate’s bed. When she woke up the next morning, she asked me who I was and why she was in my room. She had no recollection of the prior night. I was thankful, because this meant that I didn’t have to apologise. I told her that she came in with my roommate and passed out in his bed around 1 am. She thanked me for being a gentleman, which I chuckled at under my breath.
The author of the post reportedly turned himself in to
BC police after Confessions administrators posted that they had notified the police and turned over all information on the submission, according to student newspaper The Heights. In an email to the BC community Wednesday morning, the Dean of Students wrote, “The student appeared quite remorseful, nevertheless, this matter will continue to be investigated and the student will be referred to the Student Conduct System for resolution of this matter.”
Read the original post below in full, via the Boston College Confessions Facebook page.
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