To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.An Alaska teen was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting 10 victims, some of whom he met on a dating app, officials said.There are some guys who will never date a girl that sleeps with them on the first date out of principle, but the surprising reality is that that’s only a small percentage of men who are that are that rigid.For the majority of guys, what really counts (and what they’ll reflect on) is the in which the sex happened. I mean, if the sex happened after hours of amazing conversation and genuine connection, that will most likely have good potential for a relationship.Anchorage police arrested Persey in April 2016 after two women reported him for sexual assault.The women told investigators they had met Persey separately through the online dating app Meet Me, news station KTVA reported. By the time we met up there was no conversation, it was virtually straight to sex. His first text message was sexual and, being a flirty person, I responded back with some flirtatious banter.
Not just sex, but really aggressive, dirty sex and sexual role-playing. I can tell he lusts for me, but given the way this started out I don’t know that there’s a chance any relationship could come out of this.Having been blessed with an amazing mom myself, I can think of three things my mom offered me from an early age that I think set the foundation for our beautiful relationship: giving love, spending time, and showing support and respect for what mattered to me.And many of the girls I've talked to about what they need from their mothers have mirrored those same ideas as being important to them.The other told police he also strangled her until she became unconscious at his home, and held her at knifepoint so she would not leave.
Following his arrest, eight more women came forward to claim he had sexually assaulted them within the course of two years. Prosecutors said that, if convicted, Persey faces up to 99 years in prison.Falcone says that the "garden of misinformation" (i.e., "I heard that that...") is still the only source for many teens."I've been teaching sex education for 37 years and I have seen only a modicum of progress in their knowledge, while their experiences have widened well beyond their parents'.