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) which is next to her bedroom and they are seriously going at it.

I know “you can be as loud as you want when you’re making love” but this feels really excessive, and it makes me feel gross to know so much about her sex life.

I’m fine with it and hope my husband will be too when she feels comfortable talking to him about it.

The extended family on both sides will be a mixed bag of reactions and I’m more than willing to be Protective Mom as necessary, but that will come in its own time.

Her older sister had a boyfriend at the same age and while he spent time at our house, it was only for dinner and TV, not overnight.

I think group sleepovers including her girlfriend are OK, but not if she’s the only guest at our house or vice versa. I also don’t know what to tell her dad about this rule until she’s ready to talk to him.

Leave a note, if possible, and don’t just throw clean clothes all over the floor in a fit of pique, but if the machine has finished its cycle, it’s fair game.

A: Sure, you can ask her to keep it down; you’re her roommate, not her neighbor.

You can’t, you know, knock on the door every time you hear her having sex, but you can certainly mention once that the walls are fairly thin and you’d appreciate the courtesy of a fan, or some music, or at least some half-hearted muffling next time, especially if you’ve got guests over. : A woman I worked with a few years ago recently invited me to her wedding.

My invitation to her wedding gives me a “plus one,” and I’d like to take my former boss/current partner.

Do I need to ask if she minds me bringing her old boss as my date to the wedding?

My question is: What are the dating rules for her and her girlfriend?


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