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    Those are good parents you have. Also if you need permission to take your bf into your house maybe you shouldn't have a bf.
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    (Original post by Mancini)
    Those are good parents you have. Also if you need permission to take your bf into your house maybe you shouldn't have a bf.
    I'm not sure that logically follows...
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    (Original post by Just want oreos)
    absolutely it's fair enough- it's their house.
    maybe in the future convince them that nothing 'dodgy' is gonna happen or perhaps when the relationship progresses they may accept it due to the trusted commitment the two of you have towards each other.
    i never ever thought my parents would let me invite mine over and now they do because they really like him and trust the two of us- try make that happen
    You are too young to live with your boyfriend, so your parents are correct not allowing him to say overnight in your room. Once you are 18 you can then get a flat and have him in your house as long as you want to.
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    (Original post by sleepysnooze)
    I hate it when parents are absolute prudes. my parents were the same.
    Mine don't let me have male friends over during daylight hours...let alone my boyfriend who they don't know about. most of my friends are guys and then they complain that I always go out to see my friends and never bring them over here.

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    (Original post by DougallnDougall)
    In your universe perhaps but certainly not in mine. I'm not kept on a leash anything but, however I have a great deal of self respect and most certainly am not nor will I ever be a notch on someone's bedpost.
    Having sex with your boyfriend of 6 months at 18 years old is far from demonstrating a lack of self respect.
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    (Original post by AmazingArry)
    Mine don't let me have male friends over during daylight hours...let alone my boyfriend who they don't know about. most of my friends are guys and then they complain that I always go out to see my friends and never bring them over here.

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    if only I could go back in time to when I was about to start seeing girls and actually have the courage to tell my parents about it (when I dated, I literally couldn't say anything because my parents would probe me - once I had a sleepover and her parents phoned my dad, whom I had told I was seeing my male friend for the night). if they would prohibit me from dating I would give them the hardest time of their life in response - I would be the worst son in the world, seeing as they wouldn't deserve a good and well-behaved son if his natural urges arent even allowed to be acted upon as if he was a human being. not letting kids date is such a repressive and disgraceful concept to me. it is absolutely reasonless and merely for the cultural idea that parents should be blocking their sons and daughters from having fun merely for the sake of abiding to that ancient cultural standard. if I ever become a parent I will be incredibly encouraging and open about sex and relationships. I mean, my father never even gave me "the talk". he never even told me about ****ing condoms. I didn't learn about very important information until way later down the line, seeing as the school I was in was no better.
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    My parents wouldn't care at all, but you are living in their house so if it is a major issue, move out and see how long you last.
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    (Original post by DougallnDougall)
    In your universe perhaps but certainly not in mine. I'm not kept on a leash anything but, however I have a great deal of self respect and most certainly am not nor will I ever be a notch on someone's bedpost.
    Sooo... youre never going to sleep with anyone.
    Having sex with my boyfriend doesnt mean i lack self respect. I like sex.
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    (Original post by almorr)
    You are too young to live with your boyfriend, so your parents are correct not allowing him to say overnight in your room. Once you are 18 you can then get a flat and have him in your house as long as you want to.
    ermm well mine do as it gets too late for him to go home sometimes- its easier and safer
    plus there is a huge difference between staying over for the night and living with someone.
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    (Original post by sleepysnooze)
    if only I could go back in time to when I was about to start seeing girls and actually have the courage to tell my parents about it (when I dated, I literally couldn't say anything because my parents would probe me - once I had a sleepover and her parents phoned my dad, whom I had told I was seeing my male friend for the night). if they would prohibit me from dating I would give them the hardest time of their life in response - I would be the worst son in the world, seeing as they wouldn't deserve a good and well-behaved son if his natural urges arent even allowed to be acted upon as if he was a human being. not letting kids date is such a repressive and disgraceful concept to me. it is absolutely reasonless and merely for the cultural idea that parents should be blocking their sons and daughters from having fun merely for the sake of abiding to that ancient cultural standard. if I ever become a parent I will be incredibly encouraging and open about sex and relationships. I mean, my father never even gave me "the talk". he never even told me about ****ing condoms. I didn't learn about very important information until way later down the line, seeing as the school I was in was no better.
    I didn't get the talk either. I had to find out during sex ed at school that I was going to bleed though an organ I didn't know I had. When I first found out about sex, I thought it was rank, I was 13 ffs... some people would have lost their virginity by that age. It pisses me off now when I meet someone as sheltered as I was who are in their late teens. They've got a lot to learn about this world.
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    (Original post by AmazingArry)
    I didn't get the talk either. I had to find out during sex ed at school that I was going to bleed though an organ I didn't know I had. When I first found out about sex, I thought it was rank, I was 13 ffs... some people would have lost their virginity by that age. It pisses me off now when I meet someone as sheltered as I was who are in their late teens. They've got a lot to learn about this world.
    I also was never given "the talk" either by my parents or for that matter at school as well, well I did learn about sex at school, in the playground, I am a guy so its was all about penis and masturbating, yes I learned about masturbating at school, not sex ed but in the playground. My parents never said it was bad or good, never mentioned sex to me as a son, but my sister was told all about it by her and my mother.
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    To everyone saying "just move out" you act like its so easy fora young person to afford housing 🙄
 
 
 
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