I'm a bad girl, it's true. Few things are taboo when it comes to me and my sexuality and a touch of risk in bedroom antics can have a huge payoff. On the topic of risk, few things are riskier than having sex with your boss. Must be why the idea is so appealing right? Yes yes, I can hear your cries of protest already. A terrible idea you say? Simply doesn't work does it? True, it's risky business getting busy with your boss, but sometimes that risk is one worth taking. There are however, a few things worth keeping in mind.
Before you even consider a bit of overtime, make sure both you and that desirable CEO are single. The fact that they're your boss doesn't mean things can't work out, but cheating is never a good idea. Even if you're single, the last thing you want is a house call from an angry spouse. One risk at a time people. You're looking for a bit of forbidden thrill here, not to lose your job because your boss needs to save face.
Secondly, and most importantly, keep it secret. Even if it's not an affair (and as I said earlier, it really shouldn't be!) you should treat it like one. You may not be looking to sleep your way to a promotion, but try telling jealous co-workers that all you were after was a bit of fun. Don't give anyone any reason to accuse you of being unscrupulous, or worse, to accuse your boss of preferential treatment. At the end of the day, they'll likely always put their business first, so make sure you don't become a liability to the business.
Then there's the reason why so many consider sex with the boss to be a bad idea: emotional complications. Strings have a way of getting attached, even if we'd prefer them not to, so it's important to decide whether what you're after is a bit of fun or a serious relationship. This goes double when considering your boss as a potential lover. If what you're looking for is a tryst, then keep it that way. Police yourself rigorously, and keep what you have in common limited to what you share at work and your after-hours action. If however, you're totally lovestruck, I'm not here to tell you that things can't work, just to be extra careful. Plenty of people meet their future spouses in the workplace, and who's to say that your CEO isn't 'the one'? Just keep it real people. They're still your boss, so be aware of the risks, and make sure you really want it, because a breakup probably spells unemployment to boot.
Either way, don't let anyone tell you that your boss isn't fair game. He certainly is, you're just playing for higher stakes than usual, and what's fun without a little risk?
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