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"For those who have had 'the talk'..."
 
   I've recently told another prospective partner (before any sexual contact). He seemed to take it pretty well and kept telling me not to be upset but just that he wanted to think about it if that was alright with me. Of course I said yes. We ended up cuddling and kissing and being intimate (not sex) after the conversation and made plans for a few days later. He got in touch with me the very next day and all seems the same. I'm curious though, how often does someone ask for time to think and does it not bode well? All the other men I've told have been pretty positive right off the bat. I guess I'm just feeling insecure since we really hit it off and I am already starting to care for him. What are your experiences with disclosing your status??


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