- Brooklyn Nympho
Dear Brooklyn Nympho,
My short answer is: It depends. The first thoughts that came to mind when I read your letter is why do you feel strange and what makes you question whether you should feel bad? (And damn, where do you find the time?) Although you say you don't feel that bad, it seems that your behavior doesn't entirely sit well with you. The key to your confusion is asking what motivates your behavior, and whether or not this is what you really want in your life. For example: Have you been hurt before and you are trying to get back at men? Do you feel like you have to prove your ability to get men? Are you lonely and trying to communicate through sex? Or do you have a raging sexual drive and you want to explore your sexuality?
If you decide that you are not satisfied with this lifestyle, then maybe you should take some time to yourself and think about how to pursue what you want in a different way. It won't be that hard to stay home for a while. Dildos work wonders for moments of sexual frustration.
If it's a matter of exploring sex, then why not live your life to the fullest? No promises, no regrets. But I highly recommend looking out for yourself. Hooking up with total strangers can be very dangerous, you never know when you've got a freak on your hands. Also, use safe sex to protect yourself against diseases. There's so little time between meeting a guy and picking him up to learn his vital statistics. You don't want to look back when your nympho stage is over and regret everything.
Bi-Curious in Brooklyn
Dear Bi-Curious in Brooklyn,
I say satisfy your bi-curiousity…but be careful about doing that through the sister, it's way too close to home, unless you're looking to be on Jerry Springer. If you care about your boyfriend and you care about his sister, there are a few things to take into consideration. First of all, dating people from the same family usually invites weirdness, so unless your boyfriend is extremely open-minded to the family connection, expect a lot of drama. Being curious as opposed to bi is also tricky, so ask yourself if you are turned on by the sister or the idea of being with women in general. If you're just curious, find some other fun, hot babe, instead of doubly hurting your boyfriend by playing around with his sister.
If you don't care how your boyfriend feels, or he doesn't care, and she's the one you want, how serious is she about you? Start off on a casual note to avoid misleading her.
But it all sounds messy to me. I vote for finding someone new to introduce you to female sex.
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