Should I let my boyfriend finger in me public? He has fingered me lots of times before but it's always been in my bedroom or his when we sleepover. He says it would make him really happy to finger me in public but I'm not sure if that's OK even. He promised he'd wash his hands before to make sure they were clean. Should I let him?
spazmine567 answered Friday May 28 2010, 12:56 am: public? no, its just not a good idea. anyone could walk by and see...a teacher, a soccer coach, a future employer...i wouldnt advise it. and just to add, i hope to God he cleans his hands before...hello! groooooss! [ spazmine567's advice column | Ask spazmine567 A Question ]
justletmebe answered Friday May 28 2010, 12:50 am: It depends on where public is. Maybe a public bathroom but i would say in the middle of that mall or anything. I would never be that risky, but some people love that stuff. Just if you go public still have alittle privacy, and if you are still in school no where there. [ justletmebe's advice column | Ask justletmebe A Question ]
awesomeal16 answered Wednesday May 26 2010, 2:07 pm: If you want too go for it. But make sure you want to do it also. If he means in public he wants people too see him doing it. Meaning people will see your vagina. Think it over before you make a dwesicion. Other than that part I think it is fine as long as he wahses his hands. I hope I helped. [ awesomeal16's advice column | Ask awesomeal16 A Question ]
stephybabe answered Wednesday May 26 2010, 4:44 am: i wouldnt do it in like public areas where it is visible for people to see what he is doing because that might not be comfortbale for you since people will be looking at you werid but if you do it in publice where nobody is around n not make it obvious that it is happening than it should be fine.
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