KhaosKitty 42F
109 posts
8/20/2005 1:55 am

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Some do it for fun. Others feel a sense of obligation. Recreation and procreation. But we're all having sex. one way or another, for one reason or another. It's something that binds humanity together unlike anything else.

This being the case - we all being sexual creatures; sex forms the hot, throbbing core of our very essence - why do we have such deeply ingrained hangups over something that is not only natural, but a heck of a lot of fun too? Does it really make us bad people because we like to do things differently from our neighbors in pursuit of the same goal? If that's the case, I don't think that there's a single good person in the world.

This is one of the very few places where people don't openly admit that the grass looks greener elsewhere. "Anyone who doesn't have sex for the same reasons and in the same ways as I do is just plain WRONG!" seems a much more prevalent attitude. In the immortal words of Rodney King, "Can't we all just get along?"

Is my orgasm diminished because I acheive it with my affair rather than my fiance/a woman/a group? Or is it just as valid as any other?

I tend to think that dear Mr Crowley had it right in this instance. "An it harm none, do what thou wilt." Words to live - and f*ck - by.

Waterboy711 75M
23 posts
8/20/2005 9:04 am

An orgasm, is an orgasm, is an orgasm.

Part III is cuming!

Waterboy711 75M
23 posts
8/21/2005 9:53 am

A rose, is a rose, is a rose.

And a gall wasp, is gall wasp, is a gall wasp.

Alfred Kinsey collected umpteen thousand gall wasps. His observation was that no two were alike; similar to snow flakes. I am sure orgasms are the same; no two are alike. There are the ones where everything just dribbles out. Then there are the ones were you go into paralysis; Hieros Gamos: when you “See God.”

The watch call from the sixties was, "If it feels good, do it."

I would guess that any guilt you feel comes from your respect for the mores society has foisted upon us. We are back to political and religious "legislation." These "rules" are artificial controls placed on us for their good not ours. Our "programing" goes back millions of years. "It's not nice to fool'Mother Nature.'"
My advice would be: "Carry on," and "see god" how ever you see fit. Otherwise you may end up on the psychiatrist's couch.

KhaosKitty 42F
123 posts
9/1/2005 1:38 am

"If it feels good, do it."

I fear it may be more complex than that, though. I mean, if it feels good to you, but doesn't to the other person... Just don't.

"My rights end where your nose begins." I can't remember who said that, but I think it needs to get tied in there too. Somehow.

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