By Anonymous - 21/12/2013 23:29 - United States - Ypsilanti
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At least it was the walk of shame, not the march of the socially awkward penguin
I want to feel pity for you, but then again you stopped down to a one night stand, so a little fyl and a little ydi
Well #6 you can believe that waiting till marriage is the proper thing to do, but don't apply your standards to someone else. Just because you wouldn't do something because it is wrong for you doesn't mean that it is wrong for someone else to do that something. Be open minded and don't shove your values and beliefs onto others. Your values and beliefs should only be used to judge your own actions, words, and thoughts.
I recently 'stooped' to a one-night-stand for the first time, and with that guy I've gone into a friends-with-bens situation, and I couldn't be happier. After a dreary, dragged two-year relationship, I don't want the commitment right now, but this guy is good conversation And a bit of a romantic genius and we have great passion. If this remains a fling, so be it, but if it gets more serious in the future, I dare anyone to question my morals.
I would like to point out that #6 never said anything about waiting till marriage. I know tons of people who look down on one-night stands, but have already had sex with their long-time bf/gf. That being said, I disagree with what #6 said. As long as it doesn't go against OP's morals/beliefs, why should we look down on her? She does not believe the same things as you, so it wouldn't make sense if she behaved the same way as you.
It's not a walk of shame, it's a stride of pride. Never be ashamed to have sex hun