sex =/= love
BUT sex + love = the best sex possible (in my opinion)
if you can't see how they link, you've never experianced it
although i agree the term making love is cringeworthy
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'Making Love'? watch
Last edited by f00ddude; 22-03-2011 at 14:57.
- 22-03-2011 14:56
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(Original post by insoms)
- 22-03-2011 18:28
In that case have fun getting used by jocks until you're old and tired and then going through a crisis because the young hunks don't find you attractive anymore and you don't get anymore attention all of a sudden
(Original post by Arielle)
I know what you mean, and I'm sorry you got negged so badly for this! I used to love my boyfriend so much, but HATED "love-making". For me, sex is best when it's raw, unadulterated passion. Not slow and staring to each other's eyes. Sure, I like to cuddle and spoon afterwards and hold each other's hands and say "I love you" then, but in the actual act itself, I completely agree with you.
And you're not a whorebag (I think anyone who has sex is a whore by TSR's standards, anyway). You just have a personal preference when it comes to sex which is completely fine.
- 22-03-2011 18:54
- 22-03-2011 18:56
Some guy asked me to "make love" a few months ago and I did actually laugh in his face. Its such a sickening phrase.
Its one thing having sex with someone you really love and care about and another to use corny phrases and continually tell the other person you love them during the act. I think having a strong connection to the other person makes sex better, but other than that I agree with the original post.
- 22-03-2011 18:59
It bothers me that people have sex without feelings or love: I feel they should go hand-in-hand... But I realise that's just me and many others don't share that viewpoint.
I'm all traditional that way