He’ll be a good friend to you, he’ll be a great source of support and the person you’ll have a lot of those ‘OMG I can’t believe she said that about me’ moments with and he’ll listen, he’ll back you blindly and you’ll fall deeper in love with him.
Georgette, I really want you to wholeheartedly enjoy those moments because you have a habit of thinking too far ahead and forget to live your life for now.
Understand that being comfortable with another person, especially someone you love is great, you thrive off comfortability, but that comfortability comes with a risk. The risk of abuse. Not in a physical sense, but an abuse of love and trust.
You’re shy, you’ve not quite found your voice (yet) and the love for yourself isn’t anywhere near where it should be. So you’ll let him do and suggest things you don’t agree with but that’s what you do when you’re in love, right?
You’re going to have a lot of sex, it’s new to you, it’s fun, you’re exploring and trying to be less shy and you’re getting there… kinda. Since he’s more experienced you’re going to pretty much follow his lead. And that’s going to be great, until he throws a spanner in the works and tells you he doesn’t want to wear a condom anymore because ‘it doesn’t feel the same’. What on Earth does that even mean? What’s not the same?
School education has taught you a very simple equation: Georgette + unprotected sex = a teenage pregnancy. So, you’re going to say “no” (this is the start of you finding your voice). You’re going to argue about it with him and he’s going to make you feel like you just told him Lil Wayne isn’t (wasn’t) the greatest rapper alive.