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just_curious 411
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Okay, I think I already know the answer to this question, but I just want to make sure I'm not crazy:

Is it normal for guys to feel sexual arousal really often? And for them to think about sex and sex-related subjects most of the time?

I'm sorta new to this, so I don't really know what to expect. Thanks for your help!

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I'm not trying to be crass or immature about this, but whenever I see a girl's breasts or any cleavage, I get this really weird feeling... almost like I want to touch her chest, you know? Is that wrong?
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It's normal for people of ALL genders to have times in their lives when they feel easily aroused or aroused often, and puberty is certainly one of those times that's common for most.

It's not wrong to have the feelings you do, but hopefully I don't have to tell you that it certainly wouldn't be okay to just touch someone's chest because you have those feelings if they didn't have any interest in that.

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Haha, yeah, I already know that. Thanks for the remdinder though. And the advice.
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I can't help but feel that I'm doing something wrong every time I think about sex or something related to the topic. Maybe it's just the way I was raised, but sex - even thinking about it - seems dirty, scandalous, and shameful. I know that sex is just a part of human nature, but how can I justify these thoughts I'm having? It's like I've become fixated on this one area of my life. Why is it that sex is so enticing yet so repulsive to me at the same time?
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