A confused teenager is seeking advice after he had sex with his married boss who now doesn’t want to see or talk to him again.
The self-identifying straight teen writes:
I’M straight but had a night of passionate sex with my boss. Now he says he never wants to see or speak to me again.
I’m an 18-year-old guy and landed the job of my dreams working for a major men’s fashion store. My boss kept making sexual advances towards me. He’s married and in his thirties.
He was really flirty and started inviting me out for drinks and meals after work, which I thoroughly enjoyed.
On one of these nights, we had far too much to drink and were over the limit to drive.
He suggested getting a room for the night. The drinks continued to flow in the hotel bar and we ended up having the best sex I’ve ever had.
Now he says he isn’t gay and doesn’t want to see or talk to me again.
I didn’t think I was gay but I feel so confused and used. I’ve completely fallen head over heels in love with him but he just says it was a mistake.
The Sun’s advice columnist, Deidre writes:
He should have known better especially since, as your boss, he is in a position of responsibility towards you.
His behaviour may be harassment. If you want to bring a complaint contact Acas for advice (acas.org.uk, 0300 123 1100).
This doesn’t mean your underlying sexuality has changed – you’ve discovered an aspect you don’t seem to have been aware of before.
What advice would you offer the teen?