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*gold lion*
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I've got a boyfriend and he's perfectly awesome but recently we went a little further than we'd gone before. Next day at school, my friends could not stop talking about it. He fingered me (i hate that term) and i didnt really see how it was a big deal and now it's annoying me because the questions they're asking are distorting it from what it was, which was just something natural happening. Neither of us were doing it for someone else and now my friends seem to feel like they have the right to know everything about him and our relationship, when i'd prefer if it was kept private. What should i do? xxxx

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I'd tell them what you said here: that what happens between you and him is exactly where you'd like it to stay and you don't appreciate them prying into your personal life. It's possible they're just curious about your relationship and unaware that their questions are bothering you, so if they respect your boundaries they'll ease off on all the prying if you tell them it bothers you.
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