Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2012-01-04 11:17
Dear Auntie Nangy,
I'm 24 and my boyfriend is 22. We've been together for three years and we love each other very much.
I went out dancing one night with my friends and met a guy who is the cousin of one of my friends. We started talking and he asked me if I had a boyfriend. I said yes but that he was out of town. I drank a lot and that is the reason why I went home with him and we had sex.
Now I am very worried that I might have a disease because we did not use a condom.
I haven't had sex with my boyfriend since that night because what if I did get a disease? He doesn’t understand why I don’t want sex with him and I don’t know what to say anymore. Should I tell him what happened? I don’t want to lose him.
I am sure the stress must be unbearable but at least you have the decency not to take the chance of possibly passing on an infection to your boyfriend.
I'm afraid you will have to tell your boyfriend what happened, but tell him you had too much to drink and that you have no feelings for this other guy. If his love is really strong, he might forgive you.
Get tested for any infections if you want peace of mind. Learn from this incident and in future stay sober enough to know what you're doing. Please remember that when you go out partying again
Submitted by Sun Reporter2 on Wed, 2012-01-04 10:47
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