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By  danceinconverse  |  24

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By  nikkipettyfer  |  24

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By  danceinconverse  |  24

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  HighasaCloud  |  46

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  shmoooopie  |  29

I dont think op deserved to get elbowed in the face. Nobody said that men want sex all the time. There's a lot of men and women who wouldn't mind being woken up for some morning sex. It always puts me in a great mood for the rest of the day

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  a1_z9  |  10

I would totally not regret elbowing my partner in the face if he tried that, but that would be more out of not consenting to being woken up than not consenting to sex. It's just a bit silly expecting him to be able to go from 0 to 10 (10 being ready for sex) in a matter of seconds, especially when there's sleeping to be done, if you want something that goes on demand, get a vibrator.

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  tabbycat2007  |  22

Seriously 26? If you're in a committed, loving relationship, there should be nothing wrong to waking up to sex unless it's something that's been previously addressed as not okay. I'm all for explicit consent when it comes to hookups and sex with your partner, but once you've been in a relationship for a long period of time, you should know your partner well enough to know if they'd be into that or not. My boyfriend knows that I would love to wake up with his face between my legs on any given day. OP either doesn't know her boyfriend well enough to know his reaction to someone waking him up, or caught him in the middle of a bad dream. Either way, an elbow to the face was unnecessary.

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You guys are thinking way too deep into this. When I read this FML, I assumed that he did this in his sleep, meaning he didn't realize what he did. He wasn't fighting sexist stereotypes, he was sleeping.

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  lexa1love  |  16

No one said that all men want sex 24/7. This is something I think that differs in relationship. My fiancé and I both know that we could wake the other up to sex even at 2 am and we would both be down (unless we are working the next day). It's personal preference.

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  Nanu77  |  9

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  rabidunicorn  |  13

Are you serious? Please tell me you aren't serious. That's something that couples can do for each other if they're both comfortable with it. Assuming they're sleeping in the same bed, naked, and presumably had sex recently, it's ok.

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  heyitsmikayla  |  12

You're wrong. Just because you're in a committed loving relationship does not mean that you would want to be woken up to sex all the time. Sometimes you're just not in the mood.

By  SaniK  |  17

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