When in the throes of a sexual dry spell or in what polite circles would call celibacy, it’s hard to know when attraction is more need and hormones than just mere visual interest. Sometimes, you’re caught skirting a thin line with those who would normally be under a ” look, don’t touch” mandate or someone you would completely discount normally if you weren’t in such dire straits. Just remember, once you open that door, you might not be able to look at the inside quite the same again.
Believe me, I can understand the emotional problems of a “dry season” and definitely the physical ones but choose carefully who might be filling your need next. You both need to be on the same page and even setup some serious ground rules. Believe me, taking the time to get in sync mentally saves awkwardness and angry resentment down the road.
I found this out personally with my “fling” between boyfriend 1 and boyfriend 2. We clearly stated what we were looking for at the very beginning and even developed a rapport before we started sleeping together; and as a result, our time together was supremely fulfilling. When it ran its course, we remained very close friends because of how we handled things in the beginning. I still think fondly of him five years later.