S.E.X. Think before you let it go

S.E.X. Think before you let it go

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Genre: Religion and Spirituality

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Boys can hardly wait,Girls want thier first to be special. True stories of how we los our Virginity in our post generation X millenial times of war
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Summary

Boys can hardly wait,Girls want thier first to be special. True stories of how we los our Virginity in our post generation X millenial times of war

Chapter1 (v.1) - My first time

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Been going to church my whole life. Mom always sat me down for talks about sex. To always wait before marriage

Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: April 23, 2017

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Chapter Content - ver.1

Submitted: April 23, 2017

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Im 17. Really dont like going to church anymore. Seeing doug and lisa there every saturday proves my point. People at church just arent what they seem. Doug cheats on lisa all the time and I think hes in a gang. We were 13 when he lost his virginty. Lisa I dont like all that much. Shes really nice and devout to God. Shes older too. Cadence, saw her the first time in the cafetería during lunch. She later said she met me at the soccer field while I was talk inglés with sunny about math. Cadence told me she was right next to sunny and felt ignored. Found out later she thought I was hot. It was one cool summer. Me and Cadence skipped school early morning to go to McDonalds for breakfast. I cant eventos remember what we ate. Im sure it was a breakfast deluxe and buscuit sandwiches. We saw mclain the school sheriff. Hes touch on truancy. Alice was cool. Never really thought of her more than a friend. Cadence and me went to her house that morning. She was with her black boyfriend charlie,a local pothead. This dude was sitting on the couch in the living room while me and cadence went upstairs.


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