What's the definition of taking advantage of a drunk girl?!

Question: What's the definition of taking advantage of a drunk girl!?
How drunk does she have to be and how does she have to be acting!? Like, what if shes pretty drunk, and its not like shes doesnt want to hookup with you but she wouldnt if she was sober!. But wen she sobers up she doesnt regret it or anything but she just probly wuddnt have sober!. I always thot it was wen u can tell a girl doesnt want to hu with you but u persist until she doesWww@FoodAQ@Com

The way you're describing it, you're not taking advantage of her!. She might have purposely gotten drunk, just so she would hook up with guys!. She might get drunk to get over her social anxiety around guys!.

Now!.!.!. on the other hand, if you rape her!.!.!. by taken advantage of her slow reflexes, or you trick her by saying you're somebody you're not, then that's wrong wrong wrong!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

A real man tells a girl who is drunk and hitting on him that they should wait to even kiss until she is sober!. If she is drunk at all her judgement is impaired!. If she doesn't regret it when sober, why not just wait until she is sober!? A lot of guys prefer drunk girls because they know they dont have any charm to get a different girl all the time!. The bottom line, is that a drunk girl is being taken advantage of because you are not sure what she would do if sober!. Drunk guys can be taken advantage of also!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Technically, you are taking advantage of her if she does something with you that she wouldn't do while sober!.

Be careful!. In some states, you can be charged with rape if the girl is drunk, even if she consents at the time!. Some places say that a woman who is drunk cannot give consent!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

u r an idi**!. 'nuf said!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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