"Hmm. Give me a minute?" she says, tugging on his sleeve to slow him down and then stopping and closing her eyes.
Okay. There's already a lot of things she can't mention in front of John's parents, like the ritual of vassalage itself. So in theory she can just... fold the whole subject of sex in under the same umbrella, temporarily. The whole subject of sex and also the concept of belonging to him. Which leaves her with which parts of the world, again? John being incredibly cute, and her being incredibly in love with him, and the way they met, and saving him from Jess Favreau's indiscriminate wrath, and all the stalking, though put a pin in that one because it occurs to her that he may prefer she not mention the stalking, and then she sent him a love letter and asked to meet him in the park and he's still thinking through whether he wants to date her but she keeps bowling him over with her enthusiasm because, you see, she is incredibly in love.
She opens her eyes. "Do you also want me to not mention the year I spent stalking you?"