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    kyle04
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    I fingered my cousin now what

    i fingered my cousin who is 2 years older than me and i want to do it again but i dont know what she would say/do.



    what type of person am i? I know there are bi gay and lesbians but i dont know what group i fall under.


    thanks for ur time

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    that's pretty much incest if you ask me thats against the law..don't do it again

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    I hate to be the bearer of bad news for you, but Im with Adam. Its against the law. And far be it from me to critisize your sexual prefrances, but personally, thats kind of disgusting. There have to be girls outside your family that you can get intamate with.

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    umm.

    Why did you finger your COUSIN??? That's all I wanna know. But w/e if you like that then go ahead and do it again.

    If you are gay then you are a guy that likes guys only. If you are a lex you are a girl that likes girls only. And if you are by then it don't matter what the other person is to you, you like it all. Thats how I put it.

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    ok.well fingering your cuosin is incest but its not my place or anyone elses to judge you. if you like it roll with it.fingering your cousin doesnt make you gay lez or bi it doesnt really make you anything as far as i can tell from this post your completely straight.as far as wanting to do it again well you should go to her and you know say wow that was kinda odd ask her if she actually liked it and use your judgement if she seems like she liked it ask her again. anyway goodluck buddy
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    dpressedone89 is right, its not our job to judge just give advice. Sadly I'd have to say don't do it again because it is against the law and society kinda frowns on it.

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    hm.. I don't think it's against the law to finger your cousin. it's against the law to MARRY one. I think it might be against the law to have sex with them but I'm not sure, it's not really anything I have to be concerned with. but anyhow I think in some states even marrying your cousin is legal.. (Kansas?)

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    No, it is illegal in all states. Its just that in some areas it is not as frowned upon, and there are less severe punishments. But either way, there has to be someone else he could get to know, outside the family.

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    Im sure there are other people in this forum covering up things they have done which society frowns on.

    Fingering your same sex cousin is not illegal. Marrying is illegal. Marrying anyone of the same sex isn't legal anyway for that matter, but people don't go call gay or lesbian people "sick".

    In Italy cousins CAN marry by the way.

    Still if you want to avoid teasing by others it may be best to avoid fingering your cousin and stick to a non related person.

    Don't worry about the lesbian thing. People go through stages. You don't really know if you are lesbian or straight yet.

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    Um, kate, fyi, he's a guy. And it sounds to me like he is definatly straight.

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