So last night I'm dreaming that I'm about to bone this hot naked chick, and—WAIT! DON'T SCROLL YET! It's not exactly what you think!
So anyway, I'm dreaming I'm about to bone this hot naked chick, when all of a sudden she stops, and says, "Due to prior uncomfortable sexual experiences with other partners, I'm not willing to bone with you right now." And (in the dream) I'm like, "Ummm... okay. I will be satisfied with oral gratification, which is to say giving and receiving." And (still dreaming) she's like, "Ummm... no. Not willing to do that either. I'm just going to sit here being hot and naked." And I'm all like...
I WOKE UP. And I was pretty freaking MAD.
Now, if this happened to me in real life (and come to think of it, it has at least once) I would be all like, "Sigh. Okay, I understand. Let's put on our clothes and go get a milk shake." However in my dream, I think I have a right to be pissed, because... IT'S A DREAM. I mean, it's not a real person, it's a dream person, and maybe she could've put aside whatever dream issues she had with previous sexual dream partners, and dream boned the hell out of me!
SO! Here's your Blogtown Ethicist question of the day:
IS IT ETHICAL FOR ME TO BE JUSTIFIABLY PISSED THAT MY MENTALLY TROUBLED DREAM GIRL DIDN'T DREAM BONE ME IN MY DREAM?
Your conclusion to this quandary is welcome in the comments.
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