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Is this weird? Is it right? Are we just ruining our friendship for nothing!!! My best advice to you, my friend, is to talk this out with your best friend using a few key questions about physical boundaries, emotional boundaries, and your attitudes towards sex and friendship. However, I do have to warn you that expectations are the worst thing to bring to a sexual encounter. You have every right to hope! But you cannot let that dictate your expectations, or you will be setting him and yourself up for failure.
Does he know? You also should be communicating these hopes to your best friend, which I know is a daunting thing to say. If you want a romantic relationship, that might mean he would rather not have sex at this point.
Sexual experiences between friends can be some of the most comfortable, rewarding forms of intimacy! Tell him you want to talk about having sex and boundaries. Then, sit down together and talk:. Penetrative sex? Dirty talk? If not, do they need to know about your other partners?
Do you plan to get tested for STIs and how often? To what extent?
Would you prefer they tell you or not? Should the sexual relationship end? The answer to this question should lead you towards talking about your hopes. This should give you a starting point for talking about boundaries, and a good place to build your skills in creating and communicating boundaries for future sexual relationships, too. Too often, almost none of these questions are talked about. You have the opportunity to make purposeful boundary setting and communication a staple in your relationships! But again, be careful. I wish you the best in attaining both. Pillowtalk Column.
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