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All participants were actively encouraged to reconnect with these services or to access the NSW Rape Crisis Centre if the interview caused them any distress. The impact of the abuse varied for young people who experienced it. For some, it involved ongoing distress. For others, it hindered them developing sexual intimacy with their partners. Other young people spoke about how the experience helped them set clearer boundaries and explicitly negotiate what they were willing to do sexually with their current partners.
It was a very strange thing going on so everyone wanted to be in that sort of situation or the majority of girls did, but at the same time they kind of made those girls out to be sluts, so it was very strange . . Missing from the narratives is any sense of young women’s own sexual desires and pleasures as part of their decision to have sex with someone, as Carol also remembers: When you were at home alone, when they were at home alone with their partners and they were in bed they just had sex like not necessarily because they really wanted to but just because that’s what you did.
For some, it was seen as a gift to hold onto until the right person or a committed relationship came along. Others felt stigmatized and wished to rid themselves of the negative status they felt it bestowed on them. A number of other young people wished to avoid being different from their friends. Alcohol was often mentioned as giving confidence to be sexual. This raises the question of how this impacted on their ability to make ethical choices about sexual intimacy. Evidence of their own desire was noticeably absent in many of the narratives, similar to Fine’s (1998) finding, which she called the missing discourse of desire.