By ReallyBro - 21/03/2012 07:27 - United States - Keller
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1- I disagree. As far as sex ed classes go, it's pretty cut-and-paste from the text book (ie "penis+vagina=sex"). They don't tell you anything about the specifics and just because OP didn't do it exactly right, it doesn't mean he's too young. From the FML, it sounds as though he is just inexperienced, considering OP had to 'coax' him into having sex. Anyways, that's just my ten cents...
#1 if he went to a catholic school he may not have got any sex ed, I never at my school. It really doesn't have anything to do with age. She shouldn't have pressured him cause it sounds like he wasn't ready for it. I'm guessing from his actions that they probably haven't played about so maybe they should have started there first.
I'm not saying I'm in middle school(which I am) but they dont teach about sex at my school in science they just say everyone knows right then says how babies our made then some people came and taught us that sex is pleasurable but u will die if you do it and condoms don't work
I think it depends on what school you go to. My school went into pretty explicit detail in sex-ed classes and taught us A LOT about sex, safe sex, different types of birth control, menstruation, birth, etc. But my friend went to a Catholic school that only taught abstinence. My friend didn't even know what a condom looked like until she was about 18 or 19. If a guy tried to stick a flaccid penis into her, I wouldn't be surprised if she didn't know they were doing it wrong!
How old is this guy? You shouldn't have to persuade anybody to have sex
I don't mean this to be insulting but is it possible that he is actually gay? Another idea; maybe he just doesn't find op attractive which could understandably ruin their relationship. Or she just pushed him into something he didn't want. We need more information to solve these questions.
36 - Wrong. I have been on FML long enough and I have seen enough "shitty/sticky/whatever-y situation" comments to know it would be thumbed down. Now, I'd let you all have a debate for hours about whether I'm stupid or intelligent (no doubt the answer would be I'm stupid), how stupid I am exactly and why I wrote this comment, but no. I just wrote this comment because it was punny and just for the sake of it. Oh, and thank you for making a baseless assumption. Glad to see FMLers changed. SMH.
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I skimmed that, too long. I judged based merely on the comment. Nowhere did I question your intelligence. Except, if you knew it wasn't going to be funny, why post it and add that you knew it wasn't going to be funny? Relax, dude.
I don't even..... Just... What the fuck...? In the presence of vagina, my penis is far from flaccid, is this only me?
1. You're a girl 2. You're an immature stupid 10 year old who doesn't understabd that the stress of having sex for the first time, either in absolute or with one particular girlfriend, can cause you to be unable to have an erection. In the first case, you can maybe be excused. In the second case, GTFO of FML. Feel free to pick either :)
Maybe this means, oh I don't know, that HE ISN'T READY FOR SEX? Why the fuck would you try to coax him into doing something that he obviously doesn't want to do? If the situation were reversed and he were trying to get you to have sex with him even though you didn't want to, how do you think THAT would go? I think the FML community would call him an asshole and have his head on a stake for pressuring a girl into having sex. Therefore, YOU'RE the asshole, and I call for your head on a stake.
Agreed, Doc. This is the equivalent to a guy saying, "Today, my girlfriend finally agreed to have sex with me after a year of badgering her about it. When we were about to, she started crying and ran to the bathroom. FML" Nobody would be saying that girl was a lesbian and they'd be tearing fictitious OP a new one.