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    I’m 15 and I’m pretty sure my mum knows I’m having sex so now I’m scared to ask her if my bf can stay over ://
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    You’re 15 no boyfriend should be staying over
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    You are 15 girlll.. She'll be right if she say no. 15 year old me would not be able to handle sex and keeping my dignity. Just think how this boy sees you. I dont know your relationship but no 15 year old is ready for this in my opinion. You should be able to say no and he must love you enough to accept it.
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    As mentioned by others, I dont think you should be having sex at only 15 but that is, of course, your choice. I suggest you not inviting your bf over for a couple weeks, let it cool down before thinking about it again.
    Dont feel pressured into sex, please.
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    I don't think your mother would allow your boyfriend to stay over and if she didn't know you were sexually active she probably wouldn't let you guys stay in the same room.

    15 is too young and under the legal limit, are you doing it safely?

    My mums a really carefree laidback parent and I can have my boyfriend over whenever and in fact I'm moving in with him soon but if I were to try any of this at 15 she definitely wouldn't of been happy she made it clear about not having sex under 16 and I respected that rule I really didn't want to back then anyway.

    There's no problem with a relationship but are you really ready for intercourse?
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    My mum let my boyfriend start staying round at 16 (19 now and now I realise how layed back they actually were) probably at least wait until your 16, I know when I asked my dad was very uncomfortable with it but he agreed in the end
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    Bit of a back story,

    I’ve dated lots of guys in the past and all of them have been utter dicks and I kinda always knew that things wouldn’t work out but when I first met my now bf it was different. He is not like any of the guys my age he’s very mature, empathetic and has a heart like gold. Never once has he been bitter or nasty or horrible to me or anyone that I’m aware of. We’ve been together for quiet a long time and I’m so confortavle around him. So to answer the whole pressured thing no I wasn’t pressured and if anything i took the lead in those conversations. I’m not ashamed of what i did but nor am I to flaunt it as it’s very private. I just worry because my mum has never talked to me about sex and I kinda want her advice but we don’t have the best relationship
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    Ask her to join

    Spice things up a little

    Oh wait.....You said you're 15
    Scrap that, what I meant is; Your mum is absolutely right to feel that way (whatever way she feels that is)
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    Even if you weren't sexually active your mother would likely realise that you're considering sex just by the fact you want to invite him to stay the night.

    If you ask and she says no you just need to respect that. My parents didn't let me have guys stay over until I was over 18.
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    Wait until you're 16.
 
 
 
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