PETER is about to marry the girl he has been going out with since the sixth form. They have been together exclusively through school and are very much in love - and like many young couples in the Aids generation, they have never messed around. Two months before the wedding, Peter confides that he regrets not having slept with another woman. He is tempted to have sex with another girl whom he finds attractive, just once, or he fears he'll be tempted to be unfaithful later on. He asks for your advice.

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