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Ok, so my boyfriend and I have been going out for a while now. He's tried a couple times to put his hands in my shirt (on my back), but I always pull him away because I have acne on my upper back. I think it's un-attractive so I assume he will too, I know he would never mention it, but it still bothers me. He is acne-free and I feel sort of insicure about my acne issues. What should I do?

P.S. If this isn't the type of question you guys answer, that's fine.

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Well, what do YOU want? Do you want to get to a point where you're okay about being touched that way, or for right now, do you just not feel at that point, and need more time to get comfortable with him and yourself first?

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