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My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost a month. This weekend he asked if I could sleep over. Obviously, I’d love to. However, my parents are catholic and extremely conservative. I brought up the idea and they automatically said no. Honestly, I don’t even want to have sex with him when I sleep over. I just want to sleep with him and cuddle. How do I get my parents to understand that I don’t even want anything to happen, I just want to sleep. I get where they’re coming from and that they’re worried. I’m not sure how to bring up the fact that we won’t even do anything, because like I said, i genuinely don’t want to.

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A female reader, Honeypie Health And Fitness i-want-to-sleep-with-my-boyfriend-no-sex-but-my-parents-said-no-1 I want to sleep with my boyfriend (no sex) but my parents said NO Relationship & Sex     + , writes (26 March 2019):

Health And Fitness i-want-to-sleep-with-my-boyfriend-no-sex-but-my-parents-said-no I want to sleep with my boyfriend (no sex) but my parents said NO Relationship & Sex    First off, you two have ONLY dated a month.Secondly, no. Sleeping over at his house should be in separate beds. If “all” you want to do is cuddle, you can cuddle on the couch while watching a movie. That way neither of you will feel tempted to go further than you ought to and the parents can see nothing is going on.We had my daughter’s BF sleep over (only because they got in from a competition at 3 am and his mom wouldn’t get back until 9 am) So he GOT the couch. At 8 I woke them both, made breakfast and then his mom came and picked him up. Sure, they are TEENAGERS, but no… there is no way he is sleeping in her bed or vice verse. If your parents have said no, it’s a no.

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A female reader, chigirl Health And Fitness i-want-to-sleep-with-my-boyfriend-no-sex-but-my-parents-said-no-2 I want to sleep with my boyfriend (no sex) but my parents said NO Relationship & Sex     + , writes (26 March 2019):

Health And Fitness i-want-to-sleep-with-my-boyfriend-no-sex-but-my-parents-said-no-1 I want to sleep with my boyfriend (no sex) but my parents said NO Relationship & Sex    I suggest you cuddle with your boyfriend during the daytime. Dont pressure your parents for a sleep over. It doesnt matter that you dont want sex. Its a matter of principle. No boyfriends spending the night, regardless of nighttime activity. But dont kid yourself. Teenagers (and adults) do things they didnt plan on all the time. That includes having sex when they originally didnt intend to.

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A female reader, Aunty BimBim Health And Fitness i-want-to-sleep-with-my-boyfriend-no-sex-but-my-parents-said-no-3 I want to sleep with my boyfriend (no sex) but my parents said NO Relationship & Sex     +, writes (26 March 2019):

Health And Fitness i-want-to-sleep-with-my-boyfriend-no-sex-but-my-parents-said-no-2 I want to sleep with my boyfriend (no sex) but my parents said NO Relationship & Sex    Hormones, a boy professing love, some gentle touching in the night, promises of everlasting feelings, if you really loved him you would let him just put his hand up your shirt … in his room it will be all romantic and next thing you know his hand will be creeping elsewhere, your body will react and wham bam sex will happen … I am willing to bet my house on it.Listen to your parents, they have always had your best interest at heart, not this pubescent boy who you have been dating for a mere four weeks, a month, not even six months, of course he is going to try it on, and even if you say NO who is going to believe you, apart from those who were also a bit thick when they were 17. In his bed? Of course he wants sex.NO NO NO NO NO NO NO.

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A female reader, Andie’s Thoughts Health And Fitness i-want-to-sleep-with-my-boyfriend-no-sex-but-my-parents-said-no-4 I want to sleep with my boyfriend (no sex) but my parents said NO Relationship & Sex     + , writes (26 March 2019):

Health And Fitness i-want-to-sleep-with-my-boyfriend-no-sex-but-my-parents-said-no-3 I want to sleep with my boyfriend (no sex) but my parents said NO Relationship & Sex    OP, I totally get where you’re coming from, but you’re wrong here. Cuddle on a sofa. Cuddling in bed almost always leads to something when you’re young and hormonal, even if you were sure you didn’t want it to beforehand. I didn’t sleep in bed with a boy until I was 19!Like I said, cuddle on a sofa. One month of dating is nothing – I don’t want you to get defensive about that, but it really is no time at all and too early for sleepovers. Your boyfriend may just want to sleep, but most boys his age wouldn’t just be inviting a (very new) girlfriend over for bed cuddles.Trust us, OP – sleepovers and bed cuddles are too much too soon and your parents are right on this one, so stick to the sofa and appreciate that your parents allow you to have a boyfriend at all, right now. Us girls may just want to cuddle, but it’s easy to get caught up in the moment, believe me, and most teenage boys won’t invite you over for a sleepover unless they want to see if something sexual will happen.

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