well i have been hooking up with this hot guy on my sports team quite a few times. i guess you could say we are "**** buddies", except we just have oral sex. i'm having a great time at it personally. he has asked me out on a date a few times, and i tell him i dont want a relationship (i don't have time or interest for one). the guy is nice, but i don't have any interest in him at all except for our sexual get-togethers. is this morally wrong? just opinions please, thanks.
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Well, I wouldn't say it's morally wrong because moral is something higly subjective.
However I don't think it's right of you to continue what you re doing, unless you and him know where you stand. Have you told him that you re only intrested in the "sexual get-togethers" ? Or is he still thinking that you might change your mind ?
What you do is up to you, and it's not up to us to judge you. I just feel that you should make sure that this guy knows what he is into.
Other than that, there isn't anything more right or more wrong...
(Do you know you have a serious risk of STD/STI infection if the oral sex you are taking part in is unprotected, which I am assuming it is? Unless this guy has had two full STD screenings six months apart and you have looked at the results and he's clear, you have no idea what he could give you.)
I agree with Ghosty on this one. If this guy knows that you are only in it for the sexual get-togethers, than really there isn't anything wrong. But if he thinks that there may be something more there, you are, in a way, leading him on, and it's time to have a chat about where the relationship is going.
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