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Also don't forget to be honest with you the guy you're dating
Well, it certainly seems like you cheated. I'm not sure how to classify the other part of it.
So, whether or not this was assault, it can still be a traumatic experience, and it's valid to feel upset. It's a gray area situation and we don't have context on whether or not he was also drunk, if you seemed coherent other than the vomiting, etc. And, you've said that you don't feel it was assault, so I'm sure as shit not going to demand that you define yourself as a victim.
You mentioned that you're "technically" dating another guy. The technically makes me wonder if it's not a defined thing. If you two are not in a monogamous relationship, this wouldn't be cheating, regardless of whether or not it should be considered assault.
You didn't mention how much you weigh or when you started drinking, but 15 drinks is a lot for a woman. Ten drinks is a lot for a woman. Iirc, if you're 120lbs, ten drinks over five hours is still enough to put you in the "risk of death" category on the chart. Being drunk, even dangerously drunk, does not mean that you deserve a traumatic outcome for the night. And, I want to make it explicitly clear that I would still be saying this if you'd taken a cab home and spent the night puking in your own toilet and furiously masturbating.
If you are drinking enough often enough to casually throw out, "10 drinks gets me quite drunk and I pass out around 15 to 20," you are very likely abusing alcohol and risking your short and long term health.
If I was your boyfriend, I would definitely consider that cheating.