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My girlfriend want to sext. I don’t think it’s my thing. How do I say no without sounding like a square?
Snapchat’s about your safest bet, as the messages disappear after a few seconds. But it’s worth setting comfort boundaries: even just talking about your fantasies can be as arousing as the act.
She might just be into sending sexy pics to you, in which case, you can enjoy and respond with compliments and encouragement.
If you’re still against it, have a fun alternative up your sleeve – she’s clearly keen to spice things up.
My girl subconsciously flirts with other men – how do I stop myself from being jealous?
Two things to check in on. One, is she friendly with everyone, and are you interpreting friendliness for flirting? Two, how secure are you both in your relationship?
If you’re feeling insecure, you could be reading signs that aren’t there; if she is, she could be looking for attention elsewhere or wanting to make you jealous.
“Subconsciously” tells me she’s unaware, so once you’ve checked your motives, talk to her about it without making her feel awkward.
Tell her you feel uncomfortable and know that some guys could get the wrong impression. It’s a good opener to talk about what you need from each other to feel secure.
Manscaping: how much do women really care about my junk(gle)?
I posed this question to a bunch of girlfriends. “Neat, but not prepubescent,” was the comment that got the most enthusiastic nods. “A man needs to be manly.” While grooming and neatening is encouraged, going clean shaven was a unanimous turn-off for this group. Do you have porn star aspirations, narcissism, too much time on your hands? Overpruning is viewed with suspicion.