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ANSWERS
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I masturbate a lot by my self, but im ready for a girl. How do I ask a girl to have sex with me?
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Bobolink
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How do you reconcile this post with your other post?

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/Forum2/HTML/007501.html

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I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.

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NobodySaidItWasEasy
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bobo, are you aware of bisexuality? Isn't this whole site about exploring different sexual options in a safe, receptive environment? ANSWERS was perhaps asking whether being attracted to guys made him exclusively gay or he could still also have the capacity for heterosexual activities as well (which he CAN!)

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LilBlueSmurf
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NobodySaidItWasEasy theres no need to get snippy. Of course there's a possibility ANSWERS is bisexual. But we don't know that, do we? So we're asking. It's much easier for us to help users if we get the whole picture, ya know?

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NobodySaidItWasEasy
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I'm sorry, I don't mean to be snippy, I've just had an awful day. But I thought it was a bit snippy to ask how one "reconciles one's posts".

sorry again


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Mophead
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If you're talking about having intercourse with a girl, a good start would be to read this:

Sex Readiness Checklist
and this
Female AnatomyKnowing this stuff could make things a whole lot easier.

When you're not sexually active, it can seem like you won't ever be. Relax. Focus on getting to know people and eventually the time will come.


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