I'm just going to put everything out there.
Alright, so I'm dating this kid, who's only a few years older than me. He graduated this year, I'm cool with that. His mom knows how old I am, and she just doesn't like me, and his dad thinks I'm a year younger than my bf, and he doesn't like me either. They let me come over and let him hang out with me, all the time. My parents are alright with him though. Most of his friends hate me, and most of my friends hate him too. It's just UGH. We've broken up a few times over the past few months, but we recently got back together because we absolutely couldn't stand being apart anymore. If you take out the stupid breakups, we've been together for half a year on the 24th. We actually do love each other, and I know I'm young and all, and people say I don't know what love is, but I know for a fact I love him. We were both virgins, and we decided we cared about each other enough to make love. We did, on February 28th. We didn't use protection, because it just sort of happened, but he didn't cum in me, we didn't do it long enough for anything to happen. Every time since then we've used protection. Recently I've started giving him head. He likes it. And we've found things I enjoy too, they're really bizarre though. (I'm a Sadomasochist) I just don't know what to do though, because he's so paranoid about his parents all the time. Like yesterday we tried to make love, for the first time in a while, and we got about a min into it and he told me to stop he couldn't do it because he was too paranoid his parents were going to come in the room. Any advice about all this?
Posts: 1 | From: PalmCoast | Registered: Jun 2010
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I have to ask the obvious question. Is having a sexual relationship with him legal in your state? Because if not, he has reason to be paranoid, and for his sake and yours you probably shouldn't be having sex in the first place.
Posts: 19 | From: Washington, DC. | Registered: Jun 2010
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