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Gabrella Gariepy




31 Mar 1993

hey ya'll!
so, i'm gabrella, and i'm kind of new here and stuff.

some things about me!
i am 17 years old
i love to make new friends
i have a boyfriend who i love veryy much
i'm currently being homeschooled
and i'm a bit of a dork

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lumenatra asked:

09 May 2010

I need some relationship advice.. or reassurance may be a better word here.

Okay, so I recently tured 17 and my boyfriend is 16. We've been together for almost a year now and i'm really happy with him and I love him, he's extremely honest with me.. about everything, literally. >.>;; but lately i've been feeling a little uncomfortable because he's.. a bit horny sometimes and i'm not entirely comfortable with that fact yet.. since i'm not even remotely interested and anything real sexual, but he is.

I know he doesn't mean to make me feel that way, and I don't hold it against him. I guess i'm just looking for any advice on what I should do or.. in your experiences are boys normally like this at this age and will it tone down a bit as he ages? Please help!



shadyca says:

Posted on 09 May 2010

it's normal for them to be horny as hell in that age (damn, I sound like a granny) but it will tone down as time goes by cause this is everything new to them, sexuality and stuff. but as he will be growing up and getting mazure he'll realise that sex isn't everything.

so you have two options-

1)be horny with him... but as you said that his hornyness bothers you, then

2)be honest with him and tell him you feel uncomfortable. you just have to tell him, he can't read your mind and he doesn't know you feel uncomfortable.

good luck with that. (:


ally_starkey says:

Posted on 10 May 2010

first, be proud of yourself for waiting and knowing that you have to be ready first. it will be soooo sooo much better because of it. and yes, most 16 year old guys are like that, especially ones in a long relationship that are comfortable and attracted to their girlfriends. it will get better though i promise, but only if you talk to him and explain exactly what you said to us. you have to make him know that it's not because you aren't in love or attracted to him though, because that'll most likely be his first thought. he'll need reassurance that it's not going to be like that for the rest of your lives or relationship..depending on how much you've talked about the future. don't get him excited about what may come but just explain everything to him. it'll get better i promise, but especially if you talk to him, and give him time, he'll understand


barbipixi says:

Posted on 10 May 2010

sorry for most of those 20's even it's full of horn dogs. there are a few good guys out there that know it's not proper to talk about stuff like that with girls and put them in uncomfortable situations.

if it makes you uncomfortable he does need to keep it to himself. you need to talk to him and be honest too. you're not ready and it makes you feel uncomfortable. be truthful and he'll tone it down if he really cares. alot of guys talk about it trying to convince you it's normal and you should help them out. but those are the jack asses who just want something.

so as i said if he knows it makes you feel uncomfortable then he'll try to stop.

and yes guys can do that and no they won't die of blue balls.


sammiebaby says:

Posted on 07 Jan 2011

My bfs sometimes the same, but u have to tell him the truth that u R not ready to do anything sexual yet and if he rilli loves u he'll understand. Dont feel like ur being forced to do anything u don't want to do cuz I'm telling u from my own experience it's not a good choice ... Good luck !


lumenatra says:

Posted on 09 May 2010

aw, thank you! I know he lives in a family where his parents aren't the most supportive of him or talk to him about this kind of stuff.. like his sister was even pregnant at 16.. so that could be a factor too.. I'll definately talk to him about it and see what happens ^.^

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