To say I love you? Maybe that should come before, if you have to ask yourself this question… I think it’s safe to assume that the majority of people…

To say I love you? Maybe that should come before, if you have to ask yourself this question… I think it’s safe to assume that the majority of people you see in school have already had sex, even if they don’t look the type. It surprised me when I found out how many people had, though I was more shocked by all the problems that came along with what they’d done. For some it was a goal, for others, a happy “accident”, though they all had the same issues: do I just move on or try to make this “thing” work?; do I love them, or do I love the sex? It’s refreshing to see the few that want to “wait for the right time”, seemingly out of fear of all the complications that it would bring. At times I envy people that can have a fling without a second thought, but at the same time, I’m glad that can look at them from afar, popcorn in hand. I like to see sparks fly. But, is there a right time? I’m guessing it depends on yourselves. – Eric

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  • amey

    that is some good writing ..awesome..

  • kiko

    i think it definately depends on the person and for so many, especialy girls, they dont know what they feel so it is a tricky question. imo i wouldn’t have sex before i knew i loved a person but most of the time these days theres a diferent opinion on it realy sex isn’t seen in the same way as it used to be. but anyway, i think the right time is when it feels right to the indrvidual.