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  1. Francis
    December 13, 2017

    Don’t beat yourself up about it. He was the one that fucked up not once but twice by promising what he couldn’t deliver at all. They say change is constant or so but when it comes to certain issues, no be so at all.

    It’s quite unfortunate he didn’t learn shit from the first failed attempt. Very unfortunate

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  2. Absalom
    December 13, 2017

    You already answered your question. You two had big compatibility issues, sexually. It was only a matter of time before these began to cause a strain in the relationship.

    Also, I suspect Jerry feels cheated: He “gave up” being a Top (you know, that super exalted “male” position) to be with you and you. . .well, who do you think you are not to give up your Topness for him and become his “bitch”, too?

    Once resentment creeps into a relationship, that can be the beginning of the end. In you guys’ case, that was the end.

    If he is feeling short-changed, then he needs closure for what he is feeling. You two could talk about it, let him know you never meant to leave him feeling cheated, and that you’re sorry he feels that way.

    Your second option would be to agree to bottom with him, say, three times. So you’re both “even”. Shebi you said the pain is not an issue?

    Don’t forget to ditch the relationship afterwards; it doesn’t seem to me like you two are working.

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  3. Tobby
    December 13, 2017

    If you’re not sexually compatible, you can’t date. No big deal about it.

    I do feel though you could have at least given it a try. Maybe bottoming for someone you love would have given you the satisfaction you craved. Maybe

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  4. MacGrey
    December 13, 2017

    “I prefer to know you and decide if I want to be with theyou I’ve gotten to know from the beginning, as opposed to being with you with the intention of molding you into the you I’d prefer to be with. There is something deceitful about the later”

    I love this.

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  5. Michael
    December 13, 2017

    PP, is there a reason why the picture attached to this post on Instagram is different from the one here?

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  6. Gad
    December 13, 2017

    A lot has been said in this story yet a lot was left unsaid. ..

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  7. Michael
    December 13, 2017

    This sort of issue was the reason I went out of my way to become a versatile. I didn’t want compatibility to be the reason I can’t be with the guy I love. Plus, then, I was never comfortable just fucking my partner all the time. I always felt like I wasn’t being fair.

    Now, I find some sort of deeper connection between me and someone say a boyfriend who I’d agreed to bottom for in the first instance says without any form of pressure from me “hey Bebe, I want you to fuck me”. For me , that statement shows a certain level of connection between us.

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  8. Gad
    December 13, 2017

    Can people really switch roles? I know how i feel at the thought of being topped. My bf can’t also bear the thought of topping a guy. Is it that we are weird? Or is it that those who advocate role switching are being hypocritical?

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  9. Canis VY Majoris
    December 13, 2017

    Oh it’s an inquiry not a story. Was beginning to wonder🙄

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  10. Delle
    December 13, 2017

    It’s very simple. You both are guys that see sex as a prerequisite for being in a relationship. This automatically makes your sexual preferences the focal point and if you can’t come to a consensus on that, there’s no need being together. I mean, why deceive yourselves more than once?

    P. S: Bradley, there are lots of guys that bottom that want what you give and what you give well (and this isn’t about sex now). See? There really is no reason to be hung up on ex-boo 😉

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    • Bradley
      December 13, 2017

      😂😂😂😉😉

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  11. quinn
    December 14, 2017

    I say try a third time. you both could learn something from each other

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  12. Dan
    December 17, 2017

    There’s no need for the third time. You guys are not meant to be together. It’s just like a divorce that one partners fells being cheated all over. Just deal with it and move on.

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