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  Manganimegrl  |  16

181- Probably...
Today, my boyfriend's dad walked in on my boyfriend and me having sex, and muttered something like, "put some back into it, son," then walking out awkwardly. FML

  cameron194  |  9

lol this is an fml y? he handled that the best way possible, it's an fml because ur dad walked in but the fact that he made a positive comment is amazing and lessens the awkwardness factor lol

By  LordVad3r  |  0

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  iamyourgod  |  3

He obviously lives with his parents, and I'm assuming he was in his room with the door shut. That about as private as it's going to get. Is he supposed to hide in a closet or the shed to have sex?

  iamyourgod  |  3

No, you don't have to be 18 to have sex. I think 14 is the legal age to have sex with anyone under 18. And people can live at home past 18 always. plenty of university/college students that do.

  jizzwold  |  21

Haha I agree. I think it's weird that 18 is the legal age and that anyone that doesn't adhere to that law is labeled a pedophile when less than a hundred years ago it was fine for 11 year olds to be married off.

  bizarre_ftw  |  21

Socially fine, psychologically there were a lot of very screwed up 11 year olds. Rule of thumb: I find a majority of the time history should be something you learn from, not something you repeat.

  riddle143  |  15

163, I don't think anyone is arguing for marrying off 11 year olds again. I think the commenter you're replying to was referring to the fact that it's completely neurotic that in the eyes of the law it's more okay for a 58 year old to have sex with an 18 year old than it is for an 18 year old to have sex with a 15 year old. And the fact that in one scenario the older party is labeled a sex offender/pedophile for the rest of his or her life. (Even more neurotic when the younger party has been known to lie about their age and say they're older than the age of consent, which is not a valid defense in a trial)

  RedPillSucks  |  31

If his dad was awkwardly sliding out of his girlfriend while he was (also?) having sex with her,
there would be a whole bunch of questions.

1. Were they in their at the same time?
2. Does your dad always share sex with you?