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By  Ziggy122  |  15

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  Damian95  |  16

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  ZeroPath5  |  16

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By  Ziggy122  |  15

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  Q10  |  5

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  AestheticGuy  |  21

@3 & 75 Get over it. I know plenty of nice, normal couples who have done this to add an element of excitement to their sex lives. If you cant handle the idea of sex then stay in your mother's basement.

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  Spark_Slicker  |  19

@102 Public society doesn't revolve around what may get some couples off. It's sleazy and disrespectful to not only do it but to assume that everyone should be okay with people preforming sexual acts on each other in front of them because it adds an "element of excitement" for those certain people. No one was saying anything against sex itself. Just that people should have, oh I don't know, a shred of common decency.

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By  Zeishah  |  26

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  Iamevil123  |  16

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  jhs578650  |  9

@9 OMG enough with the "he is objectifying you" crap. Asking for a sexual favor (admittedly in public) does not mean that is "all he wants from the OP". Have you ever asked your significant other for a sexual favor?

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  Pleonasm  |  31

Apparently not. God forbid your partner ever see you in a sexual light and want intimacy with you! Holy shit, people on their high horses these days. Let's focus on the issues at hand, here: demands in very public areas (slightly inappropriate) and the rudeness given in return for effort on OP's part.

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Hell, this could have even been a movie date at home. Other than what a douche OP's boyfriend was being(Which had nothing to do with sexism or objectification), neither OP nor the boyfriend actually did anything WRONG, unless it wasn't a date at home. OP consented to doing that, it's not sexist or assault or anything of the like.

By  GothicAngel95  |  16

I agree with #3 I mean if you're going to do something like that then save for the bedroom not in public cause there's other people around you and no one else is gonna want to know what you and your partner are doing..

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