Sex or Making Love?  

Iam_mrmark 52M
6 posts
6/9/2005 5:04 pm

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Sex or Making Love?

I had a discussion with a friend about this. She disagreed with me. What do you think?

Is it Sex, or making love?
And do the two terms meaning the same thing?

This writer does not think they are synonymous.
Sex is a physical, tangible act. The release of sexual tension through orgasm.
Making love is sex, but involves an emotional attachment. The “other organ”. The heart.

Love.
Yes. Love.
It's not merely a word in this Blog.
It is a state of being.
Love has precipitated so much in our human existence. Historically as well as to us all personally. Volumes of poems, novels, a plethora of songs and films ... even great Nations went to war because of its powerful affect on the hearts of people who felt it's warmth ... and it's pain. Those who have known the peace and tranquility it brings to a heart that was barren. And the emptiness it leaves when it is withdrawn from us.
For some, love befalls them for only a brief period. Than it may elude them for evermore. Some fall in and out of love easily. Turning it on and off like a switch. As for those, I do not believe they've ever known true love. They may have confused dependence and it's false sense of security with the emotional attachment and assurance real love avails to us.
If sex and physical release was the only flame you tendered, love may not develop.
However, making love brings you to that emotional level .. When it stirs you heart with such a passion that you've gone beyond the mere ephemeral act ... it has become love.

And beyond that,

Love, falling in love, is the defining moment of a relationship.

That sense of well being and acceptance. The warmth that soothes your very being. Of being nurtured from the one you have such strong feelings for. It validates your emotional attachment and the trust you've empowered to them. It allows you to be free, in a sense. Fully content.
No longer will you wonder if love will come to you. For you know your life and your love is now shared.

On a personal note:

That feeling of contentment is what awaits. I for one, will embrace it when it comes.


ByteChaser2 52M

6/9/2005 6:18 pm

I'm with you... Almost. I'd just caveat that making love doesn't necessarily, though granted usually, include sex. They are seperate and mutually exclusive of one another.


rm_qcao1 48F
197 posts
6/9/2005 7:48 pm

I agree, love and sex are two different things.


Iam_mrmark 52M
3 posts
6/10/2005 6:13 am

Thank you. I'm glad someone out there sees there is difference.

Additional note:
For some reason my Blog has been censored. Adult site indeed. lol!


happylucky20005 74F
28 posts
7/1/2005 2:52 am

i agree with you,,


hot4fuck4 52F

7/6/2005 1:19 pm

i love having sex. i also love to fuck ,a lot .every few hours if i can.i have numerous gasms every time and wonder is there a difference really?


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