Is it weird for a girl to sleep in the same bed as her (straight) guy friends ? I do it all the time and nothing weird happens because they are very close friends. My flatmate insinuated that I'm a whore though which made me really angry. He actually thinks I'm having sex with my friends. How do I convince him otherwise ?
It is a bit unusual, yeah. You're not a child anymore, most people aren't just physically affectionate like that without at least hoping for something more. It'd definitely be inappropriate to call you a whore, but "tease" would not be off-base
The bed is associated with an intimate place in people's lives. You generally don't let people into your bed unless you are intimate with them.
No one ever said nature forbids it. It's like holding hands with someone, yeah, friends could do that, but that's also reserved for someone you're intimate with.
But no, you're not a whore, your roommate is just a moron.
Women sure are obsessed about ruining intimacy nowadays.
Tell me, when you've met some guy on tinder and held hands, shared an intimate kiss, slept in eachothers bed, let him fuck you in all your holes, used you like a fuckhole to disregard, what's left to share with your future husband? What is left for you to treasure with one another, that you haven't given away so willingly to any guy who happened to be around when you were horny?
Sounds like he might not be able to be convinced.
It's a bit weird, yeah. Doesn't mean it's not defensible, but sleeping in the same bed as someone has a lot of associations for a lot of people, especially in terms of intimacy.
I don't think it's weird if you've been friends with them for a long time and are relatively close.
On the rare occasions that I do stay at my best friends' places, I normally sleep in their beds with them.
But I did need to remind one of them about my boundaries once; he's straight and has been my best friend for around 8 years.
The other one is pansexual and poly, and has been my other best friend for around 5 years, though we dated briefly over the summer when we first met, and he's a few years older than me.
As long as you have boundaries or a mutual agreement that you're both okay with, I don't see an issue with it.