Why does sexual desire ruin the basic block of a relationship? Relationship Significant Others
@Amy
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Apparently my friend has been talking to this guy on Instagr*m. They go to nearby colleges, have mutual friends but had never met each other before but well these days that's how it all starts right, the "story reply", the usual flirting and yeah it was pretty obvious that they like each other.

However, the guy after two months started opening up about his sexual desires which I respect obviously every individual has their own needs but the fact that brown girls are supposed to have certain boundaries are quite out in the open no? We do want to explore the sexual realms and blah blah but like we could literally be disowned by our families and people are not open about that guys! Instead of understanding that, well I'm not going to blame the guy, he has his desires and since the bond could not give him that he decided to leave like okay! But it just put me in a dilemma, if that is prioritized more than the bond itself? Or if it is wrong? Or if it is mostly about sexual things? I mean I would genuinely like your opinions on this.


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ak_dmn1953
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It is just one of the aspects that comes with relationships.It all comes down to priorities in the end. The guy has clearly set his priorities. It is okay to have sexual desires, everybody does , but both need to be on the same page then. Nobody should get hurt in the process.

243
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ak_dmn1953
Calm
It is just one of the aspects that comes with relationships.It all comes down to priorities in the end. The guy has clearly set his priorities. It is okay to have sexual desires, everybody does , but both need to be on the same page then. Nobody should get hurt in the process.
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