1. D_Chode Manhammer

    D_Chode Manhammer New Member

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    i have a female coworker that is going through a difficult time. unfortunately when i was listening and trying to comfort her we had gotten past the touching stage. now i'm uncomfortable. what should i do?
     
  2. D_Tim McGnaw

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    This isn't a Women's Issue, it's really an issue you have in a relationship with a women you know. I'm going to move this to Relationships, Discrimination and Jealousy where it would be better placed.
     
  3. D_Chode Manhammer

    D_Chode Manhammer New Member

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    cool. thanks!
     
  4. spooky204

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    its tricky - do you work directly with her?
    best course of action is to talk with her about it, see how you both feel.
     
  5. D_Chode Manhammer

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    she is in another department and sometimes i work directly with her.
     
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    I mean this literally, with no sarcasm or disrespect.

    Here it is:

    I have sucked cock. Me. Meaning, I have sucked penis. Penis so big I could barely get it into my mouth.

    You are behaving like a homosexual.

    If you are not homosexual, and it's fine to be homosexual, you need to fuck that woman.

    Um-kay?

    Call her. Discuss whatever bullshit you need to discuss. Gain proximity to her body. Disrobe. Fuck.

    You'll both feel better.
     
  7. ManlyBanisters

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    What bigoted bullshit! All straight (and bi?) men should and must fuck whatever woman they have the opportunity to fuck!

    What decade did you just fly in from?

    KBT871 - I'm not too sure what you are uncomfortable with. Are you uncomfortable because you think she wants more and you don't? Or is it that you want more and she doesn't? Or do you just feel that sexual intimacy with a colleague is inappropriate and you've broken a personal rule by doing it?

    In any case you need to talk to her. Explain your feelings, why you are uncomfortable, and ask her how she is feeling about the situation.
     
  8. D_Tim McGnaw

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    This is crazy bullshit -



    However this is excellent advice-



    Basically the kind of discomfort you're feeling is a warning to you, you should heed it and examine why you feel uncomfortable and then try to explain that to the woman concerned. Being honest with people about these kinds of things is always the best policy.
     
  9. D_Chode Manhammer

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    i would like to tell her that i think she needs to have a man in her life and i want to be that man.
     
  11. SweetLovesVick

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    Then be a great guy invite he out for a nice lunch and tell her.
     
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