My problem is I am starting to feel guilty and worry I am using Sam. Sam is really good at sucking cock—he gives "earth-shattering" blowjobs—but is THROAT any good at getting his cock sucked? Now he's bitching to our mutual friends about how I had an insecure straight-boy freak-out, he didn't get to come after we both got ours, we're shitty selfish fetishists, and so on. She had a particular aversion to oral sex—both giving and receiving. We got pregnant through a donor and we learned that in Virginia only the biological parent would be able to be listed on the birth certificate and only a man and a woman could be listed on the birth certificate. I wasn't serious—it was my way of saying, "You should really ask Sam. At the time, same-sex marriage was not legal in Virginia. And if after hearing your side of the story, your mutual friends side with a person who pressured you to do something you were clear about not wanting to do and then, after you restated your opposition to performing said act, pressured you to perform the act—by physically forcing your head down to his cock—you can solve the "mutual friends" problem by cutting these so-called friends out of your life. I didn't get a blowjob the whole time we were together. At the time we were hopeful that things would change and we were able to see other states in the nation slowly changing. My girlfriend and I both got pissed and said he had to leave. And while I'm perfectly happy to speculate, I'm not a mind reader. Shortly after breaking up with my girlfriend, I was discussing my lack of oral sex with Sam and he said he'd be willing to "help me out. He did a lot of research for us and was really great discovering that we did need to go forward with a stepparent adoption and so we went to court in early March of and found out we were actually wrong. Which brings me to why I am writing: I know—now—that he thinks it is a bit unfair to me. And from that then flows all the benefits that other children enjoy including the rights to inherit, and other property related rights that affect estates in planning for the families.