Keep your kids’ stuff out of your naughty pics
I WAS INVOLVED with a straight man who enjoys cross-dressing and taking explicit photos. The problem is that the props he uses belong to his three children, all under age 12. For example, he dressed up as a slutty schoolgirl and wore his daughter’s backpack. He dressed up as a slutty cowgirl and posed with his son’s stuffed horse. He even had the horse eating his “carrot”. I told him he should not use his children’s things as props. He believes that his children will never see the photos, so no harm will come of it. I’m horrified at the thought of these kids (perhaps as adults) stumbling over these pictures. He posts them on Instagram and Facebook, so they aren’t private and he can’t control where they go. It’s one of the reasons I ended the relationship. Is there anything I can say to him? Cancelled Definitely Promising
Relationship Over Photo Sessions
You told him what he’s doing is wrong; you explained the enormous risk he’s running; and you dumped him, CDPROPS. You could take one last run at it and try to explain that his children finding these photos isn’t one of those “low-risk, high-consequence events”, i.e., something that’s unlikely to happen but would be utterly disastrous if it did. (Think of the supervolcano that is Yellowstone National Park erupting or a deranged, racist billionaire somehow managing to win a U.S. presi- dential election.) Nope, if he’s posting these photos online, at least one of his children will stumble over them—or one of their friends will. (“Hey, isn’t this your dad? And your backpack?”) Your ex needs to knock this shit off, and will most likely need the help of a mental-health pro in order to do so. I’M A 47-YEAR-OLD virgin straight man. What advice can you give me on losing my virginity?
- Wanting And Hoping