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    Just curious as to people's opinions.

    Is it necessary for a relationship to have the 'lust' factor - ie do you need to be highly highly attracted to your partner for it to work?

    If there was no lust, and it was basically an innocent pure relationship boyfriend/girlfriend type, would it work?

    (Lust does not necessarily have to mean sex.)
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    Lust is so important.

    You have to be attracted to the person you are with
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    I have now come to think that innocent relationships are a little weird?
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    (Original post by Flavity)
    Just curious as to people's opinions.

    Is it necessary for a relationship to have the 'lust' factor - ie do you need to be highly highly attracted to your partner for it to work?

    If there was no lust, and it was basically an innocent pure relationship boyfriend/girlfriend type, would it work?

    (Lust does not necessarily have to mean sex.)

    usually this is the case otherwise why date in the first place if ur not attracted.
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    If there was no lust, wouldn't it be just a friendship then?
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    Lust is obviously important!

    Without lust it's just friendship.

    Lust isn't the more important thing within the relationship, but it isn't a relationship without it.
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    (Original post by Flavity)
    Just curious as to people's opinions.

    Is it necessary for a relationship to have the 'lust' factor - ie do you need to be highly highly attracted to your partner for it to work?

    If there was no lust, and it was basically an innocent pure relationship boyfriend/girlfriend type, would it work?

    (Lust does not necessarily have to mean sex.)
    I only concern myself with 9s and 10s, although looks-wise I'm a 4 or a 5, I've got serious game which means I'm between a 7 and an 11, depending on how confident I am.

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