Amy Schumer reveals she lost her virginity through Date Rape

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Amy Schumer revealed that she lost her virginity while she was asleep

Schumer said that the first thing he (the boyfriend) said when she woke up was that he was under the impression that she knew what he was going to do.

"He was the only person who could ever possibly love me". The 36-year-old comedienne bravely told her story to Oprah Winfrey for an upcoming OWN's SuperSoul Conversations special.

The 36-year-old actor opened up to media mogul Oprah Winfrey and said her comic skits often reflected her life story where she would say if a woman is asleep, one can not assume to have the consent to engage in a sexual act with her. "I don't think you lose that". "So in my stand-up I would say, 'If she's asleep, that's a no, ' just hoping that a couple of guys would see that and then in that moment would be like, 'This is a no, I heard that somewhere'". "It happens to all women". She remembered the incidents when he hit her head because he did not realize how hard he had grabbed her, shook her, or pushed her. Schumer recalled running away from him because she was scared for her life. It could be your husband, your friend.

The comedian and actor stars in the new movie I Feel Pretty, which deals with body image issues. "It's like a rage that has stayed with me".

"And for me, I lost my virginity while I was asleep". "As women, we're really trained not to get angry because that makes people dismiss you right away", Schumer said.

"I didn't consent, we hadn't discussed it [having sex]", she continued. "The first thing he said was, 'I thought you knew.' I didn't say anything yet, and he says, 'I thought you knew, '" she told Oprah.

Schumer wrote about the experience in her 2016 book, The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo, saying that her boyfriend at the time didn't ask her or look her in the eyes to confirm she was awake before having sex with her.

She also stressed on the fact that women are taught to control their temper so she tried to control him by overlooking the entensity of her anger. "It was just a feeling I had".

"I didn't consent, for me, I lost my virginity while I was asleep and that's not OK", Schumer said during the said interview with Oprah.

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