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coolwaterbaby
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I really want to have sex with this guy named Shawn, i have known him for a long time as just friends, and one day he came over and he kissed me more than once, and i really love him, and i know he wouldnt have a problem haveing sex with me but im not shure. I want it to be special and i dont know when or where, i cant go to his house and when he does come to mine my parents want me to keep the door to my room open, please help! where and when should i?!
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Heather
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Tell you what.

I'd like you to look at what you just posted: "I know he wouldn't have a problem having sex with me."

Anyone -- ANYONE -- deserves more than someone just "not having a problem" being with them.

It doesn't matter how casual you are or are not about sex, if you think it's even worth the trouble with someone who couldn't care less, you're kidding yourself, sugarplum. Your hand cares more about you, and it's just as satisfying on a physical level.

If you want it to be special than you need to FEEL special and be with someone who knows that YOU are special.

Respect yourself, and don't accept less than what you deserve. Ever.


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