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Clearly he’s the kind of guy who likes to get playful in bed.

Hopefully he’s a decent person and is doing it because he really believes you can handle it (and in fairness, maybe you can), rather than because he likes what he can get from you and doesn’t care how you feel.

Plus, I’ve been in the “powerful” position myself, too—so I’ve occasionally watched myself collude.

I try to be so, so gentle, and I fear that I’m being so, so cruel. Because that, I think, is what the “power position” really risks doing: When someone’s in love with you and wants a certain kind of relationship, and you’re willing to give them less than they want, you risk giving them just enough that they don’t find someone else who will love them the way they deserve. But as is so often the case, there isn’t, not really.

Yet if he can’t stand it, then he’s a free human being and he can walk away. I gave some ideas for hard questions and boundaries in the last piece, but in the end, there’s only a plea for empathy. Clarisse Thorn is Role/Reboot’s Sex Relationships Editor.

He’s currently a male stripper, but he used to be a booty fit instructor. Many years ago, a guy friend said something that completely changed the way I viewed sex and relationships.I might catch a glimpse of strain in a man I’m involved with, who knows I don’t want more from him than our relationship currently encompasses, and I’ll help him cover it up. In my previous piece, I talked about who has a greater “responsibility” to end the relationship in these situations, and a commenter pointed out that I put the responsibility on both parties at different points in the piece.I’ll hope that it’s not hurting him “too much,” whatever that means. So I guess it’s less a matter of responsibility and more a matter of which partner cracks under the strain first: the one who risks abusing, or the one who risks being used.He said: “Before a girl sleeps with a guy, she has all the power.Afterward, he has all the power.” I’ve told this to countless friends, both male and female, over the years and have been met with a resounding: “That is true!This experience made me a bit pathological about avoiding the “chaser” role in a relationship.