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Recently I was eating my girlfriend's pussy and she farted in my face. I was annoyed, but like, didn't make a big thing out of it. She freaked out. A few days later She told one of my closest friends about it and I got mad at her for it. We argued for a while, but it all leads up to this question: who is this more embarrassing for, me or her?
I say me, she says her.
What say you /adv/?
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how easy is it for a guy to fake HIV test results?
so story: met a guy via a long distance friend. after 5 days of talking he drove over here. we fucked 7 times--there were a few times we didn't use a condom but it was only for about a minute. apart from the sex he started ignoring me, i got insecure, eventually pissed off enough and told him "i think for the sanity of us both you should leave" because i didn't want to go full on crazy on him. so he agreed instantly and left.
we've been talking on and off since then, definitely a lot of conflict, but he's recently expressed that he wants to come back over. just for sex. i'm cool with that, especially now that i know not to expect any kind of affection from him otherwise i should be able to stay chill.
because he doesn't want to use a condom, obviously i'm wary. after he left i got tested 3 different times over the course of a month, turns out i got a bacterial infection but that's nothing serious. otherwise everything turned out negative. but since HIV takes up to 6 months for incubation, it would be impossible for me to know about that right now. and obviously, if i'm unsure about him being clean of that, inviting him back over is kind of a risk.
so we were talking via text the other night, him telling me he wants to fuck me hard without a condom blablabla... like shit, i want it to, but i don't know... i asked him if he would get tested. no response. i texted back "that's too bad." then he instantly texts back, "i will."
SO, obviously, he knows that if he wants to come back over, i need to see negative results. the fact that he didn't respond (and that he's lied to me about something else in the past) when i asked him if he'd get tested REALLY piqued my suspicion. so.... here's the thing, could he fake them if he wanted to?
the fact that he's so persistent about coming back here, just for sex, even when it'll cost him over $100... i don't know, it's weird, isn't it?
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When I was 13yo (male) I would sexually experiment with my 7yo cousin (female). We'd never go as far as having sex, but we would feel each other private parts and all that. I'm not gonna say I wasn't aware of what I was doing, cause I was. This went on for a few months only, we're still friends to this day and it's not weird at all, she is not messed up in any way, but I still feel a little bit bad when I think about it. Also I'm not attracted to kids at all, I'm definetely not a pedophile. Anyway,I know it's normal for kids to explore their sexuality, but I'm afraid I was too old for that already. Am I a monster? A sick fuck?
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In an attempt to get over my ex, I added a couple of chill people from /soc/ and started talking to an old friend that I recently cut contact with because he kept hitting on me while I was taken. I started talking more to a female friend I had grown distant from. After talking to them for a few days, I realized I hated it and felt unfaithful to my boyfriend. I wasn't flirting or anything, and in fact, I found myself mostly talking about my ex. Even with the female friend, it felt so fucking fake.
I haven't signed on skype for a few days because I feel disloyal and generally bad. Turns out two of the people I met on /soc/ live near me and want to hang out and so do my two old friends. I just can't bring myself to see anyone. What's wrong with me?
Borderline personality disorder
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Borderline personality disorder is a condition in which people have long-term patterns of unstable or turbulent emotions, such as feelings about themselves and others.These inner experiences often cause them to take impulsive actions and have chaotic relationships.
Risk factors for BPD include:
>Abandonment in childhood or adolescence
>Disrupted family life
>Poor communication in the family
This personality disorder tends to occur more often in women and among hospitalized psychiatric patients
People with BPD are often uncertain about their identity. As a result, their interests and values may change rapidly.
People with BPD also tend to see things in terms of extremes, such as either all good or all bad. Their views of other people may change quickly. A person who is looked up to one day may be looked down on the next day. These suddenly shifting feelings often lead to intense and unstable relationships.
Other symptoms of BPD include:
>Fear of being abandoned
>Feelings of emptiness and boredom
>Frequent displays of inappropriate anger
>Impulsiveness with money, substance abuse, sexual relationships, binge eating, or shoplifting
>Intolerance of being alone
>Repeated crises and acts of self-injury, such as wrist cutting or overdosing.
What is it like living with this disorder or living with someone who has it?
Are you in therapy, is it helping?