Yes, but that's someone elses bed and an open couch that they were discussing - not *his* bed, proper.Spidrift wrote:I really doubt that's the problem. Dillon and Amber previously talked about lending Ruby beds or sofas for sex, and while Dillon's bed wasn't mentioned as such, he was clearly quite laid-back on the whole subject. Dillon has his faults, but this isn't the kind of thing he tends to be flaky about - and he really does want to be a good friend to Ruby.Badman! wrote:Hey Dillon ! You can have sex on the drawing table of Gary but your roomie can't have in your bed ? That's unfair !
Wouldn't be surprised if he's the sort who doesn't want his happy memories he's had with Jerzy (and Matt?) on that bed spoiled with the notion that hetero sex took place on it. Otherwise, why be bothered by the idea of Ruby and Andy having sex on it? And no - the whole 'the walls are paper thin' reasoning doesn't wash; as how can he be so comfortable when discussing sexual matters with Ruby, acting like it's no biggy and not making an issue about other people having sex in an adjoining room; then act all 'OMG - you can't do that here; someone may hear you!' when it's implied someone may want to use his bedroom for sexy times?
So, it's either he doesn't want his bed be-spoiled by hetero love making taking place on it or he doesn't want to be personally inconvenienced by being made to sleep on a couch/with Amber so Ruby and Andy can have some psuedo privacy.