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    I'm gay. I've been dating someone casually for about 2 months.

    I went to a party and we all got absolutely smashed. I kissed him in the loos. He took me for a walk and tried kissing me again but I said no that's enough.

    Back at the house there were 3 of us on the floor and he stripped off to
    His boxers and kept saying **** like "im
    Cold" "i need a source of warmth" then I was half asleep and he put his arm around me and tried snuggling. I just ignored him. He tried prodding me and stuff. I ignored him and then he finally
    Gave up or I fell asleep. I woke up and his crotch was against my bum through sleeping bags :/

    Anyways later on he apologises and said getting drunk gets him like that.

    How should I have handled this?!

    Hmm im not too sure what to suggest.
    Perhaps talk to hun about it and see what the next steps are if you're dating.
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    What do you mean how should you have handled this? Would you have preferred if he grinded against you or something? Unless you expected him to be pressing his crotch against your bum when you were sleeping, there's nothing else you could have done.

    Moving forward, why not just speak to him about what you want to do next, go on dates or if you want to become partners. Communication is key.
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