I'd like to explore the reluctance, curiosity, with an older teen male who is curious about girls and romance, but somewhat shy at first. He meets an older girl, who is reluctant to engage with him, but gradually gets talked into satisfying some curiosity. However, as his feelings rise, he becomes somewhat more aggressive and dominant in the relationship.
James was very curious about girls, but had never actually kissed a girl. While over at his friend Trent's house, he was introduced to Trent's older sister, Tanya. "Hey, you want to see my sister in her bra?" "No, way, she'd get mad, and I don't want to do that." "It's okay, she in the laundry room, under the hair dryer, we can look in through a crack in the door without her seeing." "No, I'm not going to do it," James said, but followed his friend down to the outside of the laundry room, which was darkened. There was a crack of light between the sliding doors. . .