Queen of Spades Posted May 16, 2017 Share Posted May 16, 2017 It is already common knowledge that sex comes with some issues in certain cases. Issues that vary from simply immoral actions to loathsome crimes. Rape, molestation, abuse, are as monstrous as one can imagine. Taking advantage of someone to fulfil your sexual needs is despicable. Not taking protection and contraception seriously is reckless. Getting intimate with someone before you're really ready from every point of view is definitely not recommendable. But how many people are aware of the fact that romance presents several related issues as well? Not too many, it seems. Seems like no one is talking about that. But such issues do exist, and following the "sexual pattern", I am going to present them: Being controlling, possessive, stalking, is abusive. Threatening and violence are needless to menation as it is obvious what they mean. There are situations where people use someone to fulfil their own "romantic needs", too. What about the scenarios where X asks Y out and Y refuses but says they'd really cherish a friendship, but then X doesn't want to hear and no longer talks to Y at all? Taking major steps in a relationship which is based SOLELY on romantic attraction (such as moving in together when you're way too young to live on your own) is something that usually nothing good will come out of, right? A simple analogy reveals that the counterpart is as real as it comes. But why is it so ignored? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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