having sex vs. making love (2)  

Dark_Cat_MCMLXXV 41M
116 posts
4/1/2006 7:26 pm

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having sex vs. making love (2)

What's the difference between having sex and making love?
I don't know
no difference
making love implies feelings for the partner
making love implies to feel the partner's needs and pleasures
having sex is simply more fun
fucking is all I think about!
I don't care!


demonicsexkitten 41F
10671 posts
4/3/2006 3:40 pm

my definition has always been that sex is a waste of time and energy... it is cold and heartless. making love ... is everything. it's touching one another's soul. anything less than that is not worth the effort.


Dark_Cat_MCMLXXV replies on 4/3/2006 8:37 pm:
Be careful with such affirmations in public! Especially here, on this site. Most of the people from here believe in pure sexuality! You can lose possible dates for those words.

Sincerely, I feel the same! For me, the sexual life is nothing more than a completion to the feelings and emotions two partners share. I mentioned "the sexual life", not "making love".

demonicsexkitten 41F
10671 posts
4/3/2006 11:06 pm

well, considering i'm on this site for "simply friends"... i can make whatever affirmations i desire losing dates? ok. lol. i'm starting to feel a bit overwhelmed.


Dark_Cat_MCMLXXV replies on 4/4/2006 4:28 am:
Yeap, you are right! It's nice to meet people who are not interested but in friendship. I have to confess, when I came here and I saw some profiles, I tought that I was the most stupid guy in the world to pay for something I have no use of. And when I wrote my first post, I was expecting only stupid comments or at all. Then, the first comment came. Guess what? It was more than positive! And that gave me the strength to continue. And for that I have to thank to Big Girl.

Also, I read everyday some posts made by other people than those I know already. My general idea is that here, on this site, are three kind of people: those who want sex and they don't receive it (frustrated people), those who want sex, they receive it but they show off with it (megalomaniac people), and people who have feelings and emotions, and they feel the need to share them, independently on having a date or not (normal people). I like to speak with normal people from this site. So, welcome aboard! And share with us your joyness.

congojob 37M

4/5/2006 6:23 pm

you need to have feeling for your partner to make love and i think it works better with passsion.


Dark_Cat_MCMLXXV replies on 4/5/2006 10:31 pm:
To love somebody implies to have feelings for your partner. To make love with somebody is enough to reach a certain level of pleasures. Also, passion is not enough for satisfying your partner mentally, as the best orgasm is coming from the way she feels you.

Thank you for your vote. It meant a lot to me.

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