I am kinda surprised at the above responses - no way in heck would I have ever had sex with my boyfriend while mum was home!! The less they knew about my sex life the better! Likewise there's no way in hell my mum would have allowed that especially if we had visitors!
When end the parents weren't home though....
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05-06-2014 16:17 #11
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05-06-2014 16:18 #13
As for the privacy, shes an adult so of course she should have full privacy if she wants it.
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05-06-2014 16:21 #15Senior Member
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If she was 18 and finished school, I would consider her an adult and she could have all the privacy she wanted. I'd rather my children felt comfortable having their partners at home rather than them being forced to go who-knows-where to get some privacy.
05-06-2014 16:22 #16
I also agree with previous responses.
I have two girls and yes at 18 they are adults and shall be treated as such.
My SD20 lives here and she is given that same privacy and we never ask her to come out of her room to see people (family and others) when they are visiting. If she comes out, well that is different.
She may not be ready to introduce her new boyfriend to the extended family.
I was not given that privacy at home and hence went out into bushland and all sorts of unsafe places with my boyfriend.
05-06-2014 16:23 #17
I wouldn't do it, but I would let my DDs have a fair bit of privacy at 18.
05-06-2014 16:29 #18
I would definitely allow my 18 year old son or daughter that much privacy. I don't really see an issue with it at all.
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05-06-2014 16:34 #19
Yep I'd be fine with it, as long as her boyfriend's not a drop kick.
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