VladtheImpaler: Lately I've been getting some strong romantic signals from an attractive co-worker. We've known each other for years, and been good friends, soulmates in many ways, but it seems clear she wants our relationship to become sexual. I've been attracted to here for years, almost since we met, and I'm sure it's been mutual, but I never acted on it since she was married until very recently. She divorced last year and has a boyfriend, a man much younger than her, but I think she's growing disenchanted with him since he's domineering and uncommunicative. It's little things that tip off what's on her mind. She jokes that I probably wear speedos around the house, and once recently when I leaned over to open a filing cabinet, giving her a good view of my package hanging down, she laughed and said "You tease!". She often brushes her hair around while I'm talking to her, a strong sexual signal, I've read. Our hands "accidentally" brush against each other. And yesterday I noted her furtively glancing at my groin whenever I walked towards her desk (I wore tight jeans with her in mind that day, since I knew we'd be around each other a lot) . I acted like I didn't notice, but secretly loved it. And though she's said to others that big penises don't give her any more satisfaction than "normal-sized" ones, I notice she loves to look at pictures of big cocks, even keeping some at her desk. My only worry is this: I have reservations about getting into a sexual relationship with a co-worker. Are office romances a good idea? What if the romance goes sour, and you are stuck working with a person you can't stand anymore? That can be a really bad situation, I'm told. And though I am deeply atttracted to her, I know that this lady is notoriously fickle, increasing the odds that the relationship won't last. Outside of work this wouldn't be such a problem. Any advice?