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By  RebeccaRFT  |  18

Yet if the boyfriend silently suffered all of you would say to tell her. Grow up people he didn't do anything wrong. No one is 'grateful' for bad sex. He said it creeps him out, and asked her to stop. He gets a vote on how he wants sex too.

By  TheNewGuy03  |  26

This is tough, namely because I had one solitary experience during which the woman screamed like a literal banshee and freaked me the fuck out because 1) I thought I was hurting her and 2) other people can hear that shit and may think I'm raping the chick. My best advice would be to talk to him about it. If he has unreasonable expectations, then ... well, you know what to do.

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  cheeeksss  |  29

Damn. The boyfriend is being honest. Obviously he still wants to fuck her which is why he confronted her about it. At least he has the balls to tell her and not just break up with her over it. In which case you would all be like "he's a douche, he shoulda told you"

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  9a_1z  |  12

I think the FML is more about finding out she sounds creepy in bed, even if her boyfriend is the most tactful person in the world it's still a sad thing to find out. Fortunately most people deal with bruised egos by learning and getting over it rather than ditching the people who are honest with them.

By  GeorgiaBea  |  28

I have several thoughts on this- were you aware that you did that? If so, it is for his benefit? If it's just natural then talk to him about it... Communication is the key to a great sex life.

By  TheNewGuy03  |  26

This is tough, namely because I had one solitary experience during which the woman screamed like a literal banshee and freaked me the fuck out because 1) I thought I was hurting her and 2) other people can hear that shit and may think I'm raping the chick. My best advice would be to talk to him about it. If he has unreasonable expectations, then ... well, you know what to do.

By  RebeccaRFT  |  18

Yet if the boyfriend silently suffered all of you would say to tell her. Grow up people he didn't do anything wrong. No one is 'grateful' for bad sex. He said it creeps him out, and asked her to stop. He gets a vote on how he wants sex too.

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  TheNewGuy03  |  26

Finally, an unbiased comment! People forget that sexual intercourse is a *mutual* experience. If one person is always doing what the other wants, then it ceases to be enjoyable.

By  nymph0bia  |  17

He's not a bad boyfriend for communicating that something makes him uncomfortable. Imagine how awkward it must be to have sex with someone that makes weird noises. If it's something he really can't tolerate then he'll have to get over it or move on, but it doesn't mean that he's a douche for not liking to stick it in a "squeaky toy". Y'all are the douches for being so quick to judge.

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