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By Anonymous - / Sunday 20 April 2014 17:58 / United Kingdom - Wigan
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  wcc7777777  |  5

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  pizzzah  |  9

wait hold on a sec, so OP hasnt had sex or jacked off for THREE YEARS? Be free OP! Be freeee (I suppose he would have jacked off when she wasn't there, but still)

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  Fmlsea  |  26

seriously she's doing online strip shows! her own bf hasnt seen her naked ,but yet half the guys on the Internet have op has more then enough reason to leave her.

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  smokecloud_  |  37

It's not the fact that she's a stripper, because if both parties are comfortable with it there's nothing wrong with it. It's not bad that she wants to wait for marriage for sex, either. (although I personally could not, and believe it's a good idea to have sex before marriage, but to each their own.) But to think he shouldn't masturbate is a reg flag, coupled with stripping for men who are OBVIOUSLY going to jerk off to her striptease, is what did it for me. OP, you're in an unhealthy relationship and you should get out ASAP.

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  kingdomgirl94  |  27

Smokecloud made all the points I wanted to. Waiting for marriage isn't bad, being a stripper isn't bad, its your body and honestly showing it off for money when so many people show theirs off for notes on a post for free? There are worse things. Telling him he can't masturbate is the deal breaker here for me. Let op jerk himself all he wants, he can touch his own body, it does belong to him after all.

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  Durantye  |  8

I am rarely one for the 'dump them' card but stripping for other men and telling OP no sex till marriage and not to masturbate. This is a bit ridiculous, she sounded annoying at the no masturbating part but she does online strip shows? That is fucked up.

By  oddities  |  20

OP, that's not a healthy relationship. The power imbalance isn't okay and the double standards she has aren't either. That's the kind of relationship you need to either get out of or talk through in couples therapy, depending on how much you both want it to work out. And, from the looks of her rejections, the former might be the preference. I'd try to work it out first though, unless there are worse things being omitted from us or she has cheated on you. Then, just get out whilst you can.

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