In almost all of these stories and articles about sex the couple is going out. Even if they haven't been together for very long, 9 times out of ten they're a "couple". The other 10% deals with people having sex involuntarily. So my question is to the audience...why is there no advice on how to deal with having sex with a stranger? I can't seem to deal with this and even though the guy i did it with wasn't a stranger we're not going out, nor will we ever. And to make matters worse, he's my best friend's brother. And she would kill me if she would ever find out. Don't think i'm exaggerating - she depicted the scene to me after i told her i thought her brother was hot. Now what am i supposed to do? I can't really hang out with her at her house anymore because her brother is almost always there and even if we hang out somewhere else i always feel like i'm hiding this thing and our friendship will never be the same because i haven't been completely honest. I am at a complete loss of what to do and i can't think anymore!!!!! sorry if i'm ranting but i just can't deal.
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i kinda know how you feel...something similar happend with me a few days ago. i don't know how to help you out or anything...but my friend knows about what happend with me and her brother, and i'm glad..because i think she would be angry if she found out about it later and i didn't tell her..
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If you're asking about casual sex or 'friends with benefits" scenarios, we actually have an incredible number of posts and discussions on the topic here. And if you go through the main site, you'll note that most of our articles are geared tworads people in any number of relationship models, not simply committed or long-term couples. Take a look! (And I wouldn't say a best friend's brother is a 'stranger." When you know someon'es name, know their family well, etc. you've exited stranger territory.)
Just a search on casual sex at the boards alone will net you well over 50 different relevant topics.
[This message has been edited by Miz Scarlet (edited 01-08-2004).]
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