don't be hard on yourself because you didn't feel sure and because you brought this issue here.
Firstly I'm a little bit concerned that you played in park and meet guy there in bathroom. It reminds me on many cruising scenes and I would recommend to be much more aware and sensitive when being in such environment, who knows what kind of people could visit that place.
We survivors of CSA because of our vulnerabilities are many times easy targets under some conditions. You could read here that many of us are avoiding public locker rooms, bathrooms and similar places because of that.
Also it gives me some questions what that guy was doing there, has he showed by accident, has he been visiting place occasionally and in search for what?
Also if he was there in search for some sex I wonder has he been survivor and now is acting out, did you two have had safe sex or not and similar?
Circumstances that you described gave me a lot to think.
You said that you could overreacting, it could be the true. Don't feel embarrassed because we are talking about it. It is good to hear other opinions, to take some time and think more about it. There is nothing wrong in this you could just broaden your opinion and experience as CSA survivor. It is amazing how many things with us survivors are preconditioned with our terrible past, that is the reason why we have to open wide our eyes. We are here to learn about it and to take control over our lives in way that the best suite us, not others, not some good looking guy over there who demand something from us...
In any case this is good opportunity to tell you to be more careful next time with whom you are giving your personal data and with whom you are dealing and talking about sexual matters (also wedding ring and being cop is not any kind of assurance that such person could be the safest for CSA survivor).
It is great that you came hare as there are a lot similar stories and there is a lot do to for homework, lol.
We all have problems with sharing intimacy and setting our borders. For example many survivors are not sure is some relationship sexual or not, are some touches good or not, how to say someone to stop/no and many many more. You raised such questions in your two posts and I'm encouraging you to find your own answers regardless original story. It is too important to all of us to find such answers to be able to live fulfilled lives and to give self support in moments when it is needed.
Keep sharing with us!