Ok this is going to sound very hard to belive and I cannot belive I did it but I did...
We were in school at a assembaly and I was sitting next to my friend, we will call her mandy. Mandy and i were messing around flirting and then i put my hand on her thigh and i moved up to the top of her pants her wasit. Then she said "Go for it" so i went down and was actualy in her! This is during school! I didnt do anything else in fear she would make noises. on top of all this, she had a boy firend!
Well, do *you* think what you and Mandy did was wrong? You shouldn't care what other ppl think, even us Scarleteeners!! But I will say that at a school assembly, it was inappropriate. You should have more respect for the people around you, as well as her boyfriend. Take all these things into consideration next time, k?
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[This message has been edited by justagirl04 (edited 08-01-2001).]
I dunno.... it was more of a rush and it was fun... just thinking of the chance of getting caght. She was dumping ehr b/f that day anyway. He was mean to her and used her... I would have liked to have a relashionship with her, she wasnt interested...
[This message has been edited by OuTkAsT (edited 08-01-2001).]
OutKast, we can not judge if what you did was "wrong" or not. Though in some guidlines what you did would be considered wrong. I'm sure your school has a "public display of affection" rule; I'm not even sure if it's legal to preform sexual acts in a school. Does someone wanna help me out on this?
To be safe, it's important to use latex gloves and lubricant while performing manual sex. Otherwise you could risk getting STD's or STI's.
Besides those things, only you can decide if what you did was "wrong" or "right". You don't even have to label it... What you did was what you did. But next time, use protection and think things through so you won't regret it later.
Well, it is illegal to perform sexual acts in public places, and schools are most definetly public (unless you go to a private one, then I don't know). In schools in Las Vegas you get sent to the dean for heavy kissing in the hallways, so I'd imagine this would just be bad. Not to mention all the things that would happen if the press found out.
But anyways, first of all I do think that doing that while she had a boyfriend is bad bad. I don't believe in cheating or affairs unless you have a previous arrangement to be in an 'open' or poly relationship. I think it's wrong, period. However, that's just me. I am sorry that you thought that you two could go further in your relationship while she didn't have the same intentions (that's another thing, when you're having sex with someone or fooling around with someone al intentions need to be made clear). As to whether or not that's bad, it's just something you need to decide for yourself.
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okay, despite what you may think about ST's policies for being nonjudgemental, there is something wrong with this scenario.
there's a time and a place for sexual activity, and well, school is not it. that pretty much sums up my opinion on the matter. deciding the appropriate "when" and "where" is part of being responsible for your own sexuality. so, next time around, don't do that at school. it could get you in big trouble.
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