Too Intense?  

ReneAnn 48F
26 posts
6/16/2006 4:43 am

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7/19/2006 3:07 am

Too Intense?


I admit it.

I am one of those women who get a little too intense when she is very turned on by a guy.

Dont get me wrong, I am not interested in having a serious boyfriend, and I dont want to cling or cause problems.

But if I want you, you will seriously know it. I will show you with my eyes first. Then I wont be able to keep my hands off of you.

I have been accused many time by friends of spoiling the men in my life. I go out of my way to try to make them happy and do things for them, doing something that makes them happy or puts a smile on their face or turns them on is my ultimate goal.

The funny thing is I love my personal space. I dont want to be with someone 24/7. I have places to go to and things to do where I dont want to have anyone else with me, and dont mind at all being with a guy who is the same. To me, a couple that leads separate lives, but manages to get together every once in a while for a explosive good time seems to have a better relationship.

rm_purr1961 55F

6/16/2006 5:27 am

OMG! This could have been written by me. I feel the same way you do. I love to spoil a man, please him, and show him I enjoy what he does for me. I also like my alone time.

Have you gotten any clues how to find somsone that likes the same?

Purr...


ReneAnn 48F

6/16/2006 5:37 am

I think I have been lucky on this site! I know a site like this is not for everyone, and some people would be turned off by it thinking its full of a bunch of sick people. But I have found I love it because its mostly honest. I like the fact that you can be brutally honest about your likes and dislikes and sexual preferences and turn offs.
When I meet a man I really adore and want to be with, I dont hold anything back. He gets the full force of what I want to do to him and I show him right away the type of person I really am and what I am capable of ....if he cannot handle that I dont mind if he bails. The next one along will hopefully be able to handle me.

It has shocked me how few men there are that can deal with a truly sexual and passionate woman.


goodie693 51M
91 posts
6/16/2006 5:47 am

Hey Renne,that the dogs bollocks of an attitude,i like it.Goodie x


jo2plzur 48M/43F  
10 posts
6/22/2006 4:47 am

IMHO men get intimidated by women that are upfront direct and not shy about what they want and how they want it... you add to that an extreme amount of sexual energy and passion... and forget about it... most men just cant handle it...

they are out there though, and when you get one... its worth the wait ~wink~

Maybe you should meet mine... ~grin~


ReneAnn 48F

6/22/2006 2:47 pm

Oh....there is nothing more sexy than a confident man who is bold about what he wants and can deal with a upfront/bold woman in kind.
I think a site like this helps weed out the undesirables.

It's so frustrating to meet a man and be attracted to him and be flirting with him and giving him all the hints that you are hoping he will make a move on you---and being able to tell he is very attracted to you too, and to have him chicken out after all that.

My attitude is, what have you got to lose?


marhai69 47M
3 posts
7/4/2006 7:05 pm

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hotrod352006 67M  
555 posts
7/14/2006 6:42 am

"What have you got to lose"? I think sometimes the "fear factor" rears its head and spoils the interaction. I have experienced a couple of females showing a strong interest and I reciprocated the interest. It wasn't long before I was belittled and criticized. To this day I don't understand what happened. I wasn't a narcissistic jerk or lacking in confidence but I got dumped in the ditch anyway. Unfortunately, sometimes it is difficult to set those experiences aside and I am a little more wary when someone shows an interest in me. I know, shake it off and move on, but I think you understand how that can cause a person to pull back.


ReneAnn 48F

7/17/2006 5:16 pm

I understand the fear factor. But my comment about "what have you got to lose" is more for the first initial contact. The beauty of a site like this is you can weed out the ones you dont want, and cultivate the ones you do however you see fit. At first when I have talked to men, men who were showing great interest and then suddenly stopped talking to me with no explanation---I was hurt and confused. But I take it all in stride now. If I happen to collect a few new friends along the way, great....if I dont that is great too..its just life. And after a month and a half on the site I have found out so much about myself and my sexuality and my limits and desires. Wouldnt trade that for the world.


hotrod352006 67M  
555 posts
7/19/2006 12:07 am

OK, I see your point. Also, I think you are a step ahead of me on another facet. You have become an active participant while I have remained more of an observer. Well done on your part.


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