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glad2getanswerz
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im just your average teenage girl
and i know its usually guyz to be all horny and whatever around everything
and always think about sex...
but i constantly think about sex and guys and literally everything reminds me of something sexual

like a pen or a kleenex box haha
i really dont want to be a slut and being all horny tryin to get laid all the time cuz i dont want to have a kid just yet but i also dont want to just masterbate cuz thats no fun haha

is there a solution cuz i feel like such a horny teenager haha


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DarkChild717
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Heh. You know, that old thought about guys always thinking about sex? That's a stereotype.

Stereotypes are broad generalizations. We tend to stay away from those, because we have such a diverse group of users, and often these don't fit.

It's okay to think about sex. It's okay to fantasize. But it's not really okay here to sue terms like "slut", because they're derogatory, and really are quite meaningless.

So. You don't want to think about sex all the time. Okay. Have you thought about picking up a hobby to keep your mind off of it? Or perhaps joining an after-school acivity or group? That might help.

(Also, when you registered, you agreed to post in standard English. This means using grammar, puntuation, proper spelling, etc. Please don't abuse the English language. It's hard to read. Thanks!)


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ceresbaistat
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What's wrong with being really horny really often (unless your a guy because that kind of shows ^-^)? I mean, just because you would really like sex doesn't mean you're going to end up sleeping around (unless it's your thing, is which case it's your choise). I'm horny nearly 24/7 and in a stable, loving, monogamous relationship. I see something sexual in EVERYTHING (...coat... *snicker*), and I lead a perfectly normal life. Well, it's as normal as I want it to be... Oh, and getting laid rarely means getting pregnant when you use proper contriceptives.

Anyway, I just wanted to point out that I don't think there's anything wrong with you or your situation, but if it truely bothers you, by all means ignore me.

P.S. Have you ever used a vibrator, etc. when going solo? It might make things alittle more "fun."


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