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TheCitizenErased
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I have heard from friends an read that after you have sex with someone whether they are your friend or girl/boyfriend etc , that it is quite common for people to feel awkward round them.I dont know if this is true but i would like some input on this if anyone has expirienced it [Smile]
thanks [Wink]

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I think if you feel ready to have sex with someone, then it doesn't feel awkward. I felt strangely ready after only dating my bf for 2 1/2 weeks, so it wasn't awkward paticularly for me.
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I don't know what kind of sex ur talking about but it can happen with all kinds of sex-- it's not neccesarily because you're not ready--
After the first time I experimented with manual sex with my boyfriend, we were awkward around each other for a few days- like we would kiss and then get awkward-- finally we let it out to each other that it was because we liked it and we didn't want to ask each other to do it again if the other didn't like it- so we kept kissing and stopping because we didn't know if we should go farther - so we were waiting for each other to tell how we felt about it...
a lot of people feel awkward, it's true if you're ready and comfortable with the person, it's less likely that you will--- but the best thing to do, be it a friend, or a boyfriend/girlfriend is tell them how you're feeling cuz it makes all the difference.

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Thanks for your input.
It helped alot [Smile]

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i think it depends a little bit on the context in which the sex occurred. if it was completely unexpected, then there's probably going to be a bit more awkwardness to resolve.

then again, i feel awkward with everyone, always, so i'm a terrible judge of what actually leads to awkwardness.

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