Ever ruined a romance by taking it into the bedroom?

Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by Wrey, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. Wrey

    Wrey New Member

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    This is a follow-up question to one posed by BIGdkluver in a previous thread. He polled the LPSG congregation about ever having had a “Man Crush.” See his thread for a definition of this term and the term ‘Bromance.” †
    My question is this… Have you ever allowed a bromance to enter the bedroom? I can say that I have twice. The first time, I pushed the issue, the second time, I allowed myself to be persuaded. Both times I regretted the choice as it was the ruination of a great friendship which I valued much.

    Chime in with any anecdotes, please.

    † I am ever in your debt DeeBlackthorne for that piece of vocabulary.
     
  2. Industrialsize

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    No......I keep my friends as friends and my fuck partners as fuck partners and never the 2 shall meet
     
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    I can't agree more. you will loose your friends if you sleep with your friends. However, if you have a friendship that moves into the bedroom....sometimes it develops into something more, like boyfriends/partners. But, if it's just for sex, in the heat of the moment, a no-strings-attached kind of thing, it always ruins the friendship. It's just part of the complexities of being a gay man and how to maintain relationships with other gay men. You can't fuck your friends.
     
  4. Wrey

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    I must also agree. Please understand these mistakes (and mistakes they were) occured during my early years.
     
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