Consent & Doing things " for your partner."

Consent & Doing things " for your partner."

emiliaa emiliaa
I just wanted to offer my two cents about this. I am a strong advocate of clear, enthusiastic consent prior to any activity. I've had partners in the past who have done things 'for me' without making it clear to me that these activities didn't turn them on at all, and perhaps even wore on their nerves at times. And I just wanted to say that no one should ever feel obligated to do something for another person, just because they really like it, even if they can't get off without it. You should all remember that, and remember not to push your partner to do anything that they seem hesitant about. I'm 25 and for the first time able to honestly say that I have a partner I'm comfortable exploring just about anything with, but I know that I will never be obligated, and that's the whole reason I feel safe.

Pushing boundaries of consent can have serious consequences on someone's mind, and forcing yourself to do things just because you think you have to is a hard habit to break.

Please, take care of yourselves and your lovers.
12/05/2015
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Quote:
Originally posted by emiliaa
I just wanted to offer my two cents about this. I am a strong advocate of clear, enthusiastic consent prior to any activity. I've had partners in the past who have done things 'for me' without making it clear to me that these activities ...
I, we agree with you whole heartily. And as time goes by and relationship grows so will activities. In bedroom and out of it.

And I wish I could be 25 again ! If I knew then what I do now.... And I'm not just talking about my sex life.
12/06/2015
Andykh Andykh
I agree with OH the more ur relationship grows the more the activities will grow. I have experienced more with my wife than I ever would have imagined
12/06/2015
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Congratulations and best of luck, we were married close to 20 years before we reached where you are (jealous).

Best of luck managing the challenges of adding children to the mix. As mush as you love them - they are visitors - it is your relationship with your husband that is lifelong - keep that in mind when you feel too tired or distracted from parental responsibilities. Find time - make time for the two of you as a couple.
12/31/2015
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