Neither is correct. What are you trying to say?
Interested in Language
What's difference between two sentences?
The OP might mean 'Will you hurt me?'
Not a teacher.
Yes, it is. But you've change your question. You were initially asking whether it's OK to ask someone if they were hurting you. No. It's not OK to say "Are you hurting me?" - beyond a few very specific situations.
You can say, "I have failed in love. She has hurt me a lot."
You can say, "Our love was destined to die. She has wounded my heart over and over, so that I can no longer share it with her."
You can say lots of things.
Please note, everyone, that I have moved the contents of the original post #4 (by Polyester) to a new thread because it had no connection with the original thread.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.