No, no therapist can ever make you do anything you do not want to do.
You are in control of your own therapy and have the final say in whatever it is that you do. However, many people are wary of going into therapy because they fear that they will be forced to do things that they are afraid of.
OCD specialists will work with you to design a hierarchy of your fears, ranking them from least to most fear-provoking. Then, starting at the lowest-level fears, they will work with you to move up the hierarchy. Therapists will continue to nudge you to challenge higher level fears, but they will not force you to do something. If they do, it may be best to find a new therapist.
However, if you start to think a therapist is forcing you to do something, it may also mean that you are stuck, and you are perceiving their suggestions to move up your hierarchy as forcing you to do it. In addition to not forcing you to do anything, a therapist will not put you in any harm. Many therapists will do the things that you fear alongside of you to show you that they really are not dangerous.
If these things were dangerous, then they would harm the therapist as well as you, and why would the therapist take that chance? So it would benefit you most if you would be willing to work with your therapist on a steady move up your hierarchy and be willing to do the things that you fear, even if you’re uncomfortable at first.
Recognize that your fear does not mean that anything bad will happen to you.