Before You Even Read This Thread, Please Do NOT Post Any Freaking NEGATIVE Bullshit! Thank You.Okay, if you've read just about ANY of my other posts...you'll know that I've been with the same girl for six months now. (as of 6-6-07 ) Anyways; recently, we've become more sexually open to doing...well...just about anything but all-the-way. So fingering, hand-jobs...can't get a bj though, Damn! (Kidding) Well, I came close to fingering her one time, but she backed out. Not 10 minutes later, she started giving me a handjob, nothing drastic, no cum either. Just the other day, when she came over, we were making out, and since my door was shut, she asked to see it. (The handjob was under a blanket, so she hadn't seen it yet.) I said sure, and...she got poked in the eye! (kidding again)NOW GET READY!!I've never given my age, for fear of being told I'm too young, and too stupid and blahblahblah.I'm 13, and so is my girlfriend. So what I'm asking is, after doing all this, and planning on going further...are we getting to serious? And if we are...what should we do? I don't want to breakup, and I'm scared just a "break" would lead to breaking up? HELP?
What makes you think that getting into a more involved and serious relationship will mean that you two will break up?
Actually you have mentioned your age before. The issue of "are we getting too serious?" I think is more than just what level of sex is appropriate. The question I think is that, given you're both going to still change quite a bit mentally, to what extent should a relationship at 13 be a long-term commitment? If you both accept that you may grow apart and so this relationship cannot be guaranteed to last, then at least you are on the same footing. But if she is doing things on the basis that you will always be together and marriage is just a matter of time, then there is a problem.I think it's very important that you talk about this together. If you are concerned that you are going too far too fast, you should be able to tell her that without its leading to a breakup.