Dear Dish-It: I Said No, Now He's Mad

Dunno asks: "I'm 16 now and my boyfriend took me on a date and started to feel me. I pushed him away and said I don't feel ready. He said everyone does "it" now but I don't feel ready. Since I said that he won't talk to me anymore. What shall I do?" Back to Article

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bea_wuvvs_chu wrote:
2014-10-10 17:22:12 -0700

If i were you I would kick him where the sun don't shine -.-

chocolateluv321 wrote:
2011-10-15 17:47:13 -0700

U-seriously?ounce he touched me(if it was me) I would have knocked him out a.s.a.p! Vampire

janiyahyb wrote:
2011-07-21 17:22:25 -0700

i would beat his A** fo touching me. girl please

Mz.SwaggerlikeBeyonce wrote:
2011-07-21 16:32:26 -0700

U should hve dumped him as soon as he wated 4 u 2 do it!!!But asome jobsmile

My Life My Passion
My Life My Passion wrote:
2011-07-21 06:16:21 -0700

nice work she has done
good jod Blush

Latin Girl
Latin Girl wrote:
2011-03-19 15:03:15 -0700


jjsay15 wrote:
2010-12-27 01:39:45 -0800

dump him he wouldnt do it if he loved you

TTPW4227 wrote:
2010-11-23 08:14:33 -0800

You throw him away like rancid meat!! Nobody should be pressured into that stuff. I'm 16 and I'm not sexually active.

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What Age Is the Right Age to Have Sex?

  • Anytime, as long as you are in love and are safe.
  • Older than 14.
  • Older than 18.
  • Not before you're married.

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