Im 18, and just got back from my freshman year at college, and living back at home with mom and dad. (for background) At night, like most guys, I sleep nude or with some loose boxers. Friday night I went to sleep in my room nude. On saturday I was awoken by my dad who came into my room to get me up to come downstairs for breakfast. He walked in on me with no blanket on me, with a full blown erection and dripping pre-cum. I was having a fantasy dream. He was calling my name and when I woke up he was still standing there and I have six inches staring at me soaken wet. I was freaked out. I grabbed my small rag I keep next to my bed for 'this exact use' and cleaned my self up while he stood there. After I wiped my self up Im standing there nude, and he told me that breakfast was ready. After I threw on some pajamas, (commando), I go up to my room to relax. And find that my dad found my stash of porn and lotions and scattered them across my bed. I think he over reacted but how do I confront him?View Thread
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