He's my Third Cousin - We're DatingVisitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Female
The night before last, I was at my boyfriend's house and he had to take a shower. So I waited in his room and was sitting on his bed with my legs crossed. When he came in the room, we was wearing some black baggy jeans and no shirt. After he found his shoes and a pair of socks, he came and sat beside me. When he did, we started kissing and had one hand in my hair and was using the other to hold me. Then we started to lay down on the bed while still kissing and he had his hands all over me (even in the wrong places). He also was kissing and nibbling on my neck and lifted up my shirt half way and run his hand up my shirt. He also kept on unbuckling my belt and undoing my button. But we didn't go all the way.
He's also my 3rd cousin by marriage on my moma's side of the family and we both call our dogs Booboo. What was he wanting to do and does he sound like the one for me? Thank you!
If he's only related by marriage, there isn't any blood relation at all - so it doesn't matter. The only reason you're not supposed to date people in your immediate family is there can be genetic problems.
If you guys are being so intimate, make sure you really know each other well and that you have dated for a long time before considering taking the 'final step'. Make sure you use protection every single time, and that you have discussed and are ready to raise a child in case it fails. No protection is foolproof.
-- from Lisa
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