It's a Question of SEX SEX SEX SEX SEX (I like that word)  

lissi888888 52F
1330 posts
8/4/2006 7:17 am

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8/13/2006 10:36 am

It's a Question of SEX SEX SEX SEX SEX (I like that word)

I have some questions that keep running through my head (as if my head wasn't full enough already LOL ). I'll answer them from my perspective as I go along. You do so too and we'll see how like minded we are.

How much is too much? Well, they say that too much of a good thing is just not good...but I beg to differ. Sex is a good thing...and I know for a fact if I died during sex I'd be very happy. The person I was with probably wouldn't be (happy that is)...but I would LOL. So...when it comes to sex...I have decided that there is no such thing as too much.

Is there EVER enough (sex)? I don't know. Sure I'm satisfied...sated...afterwards (usually very much so ). I'm not saying that I'm not by any stretch of the imagination. I just don't know as it's possible to have too much. Yes, I've been so sore that I walked like an old cowhand who'd spent too much time on his horse for the last couple weeks...but I've NEVER thought it was "enough". I have always been ready to go at it again.

Why, when I have just had it (sex)...do I want it all the more shortly thereafter? It seems the more I have sex...the more I want sex. Is this just me? Am I the only horn dog that seems to just get more horny the more I have? I know that I've always been like this. Yes, there have been times in my life that I have gone without (for great lengths of time even...meaning years) but once I started being sexually active again, I wanted it and wanted it and wanted it some more.

Has anyone ever accused you of wanting them only for sex because you wanted it and asked for it frequently? Yep, have had that happen. My husbands both did this to me at times. Like there's something wrong with wanting to have sex more than one time in a month? I mean really...hello! I am not unreasonable and understand not wanting to have it every day necessarily but once every 3 or 4 months is definitely not enough. Sex is a key element to any relationship and damnit you have to be able to be at least marginally satisfied with it or you get bitter and angry. Ok...maybe not everyone does...but I did.

Your turn now...let me know a little about what you think

Lis


As a side note: If you all ever wonder why I have such an attitude about relationships and don't think so highly of them, come to this post and I'll tell ya why that is.

It's cause men lose their sex drive as soon as you put that ring on their finger/move in with them. I swear...they have you there with them 24/7 and their penis slowly but surely just goes limp. This happens after the first year usually...and gets progressively worse. I mean worse to the point that you (as the woman and sexual being that you are) start to feel like you are living in a convent and you want to scream and cry cause you never wanted to be a nun. Life just doesn't seem good if the only one touching you is you.

I truly mean no slur against the population of males as a whole...but this has been my experience. They say a HARD man is good to find. That's what I want and have found one that is pretty damn great at it so far...but we haven't moved in together yet...we shall see what we shall see eh?





rm_Ellenback 58F
966 posts
8/5/2006 8:52 am

How much is too much?

LOL...UMMM when you can't function at work, because you had NO SLEEP, AGAIN...and when it's becoming an addiction in your life, yah, that's TOO much...

Why, when I have just had it (sex)...do I want it all the more shortly thereafter?

That's your Dragon, Lissi...no matter how hard ya push it back into the cave, it crawls out soon as your back is turned! Good on ya for finding it girl, there are way too many women out here who don't even know about it, having blocked the entrance with a mutha of a boulder...

Has anyone ever accused you of wanting them only for sex because you wanted it and asked for it frequently?

God, nooooo, but I bet some have thought it!!! LOL

Sorry girl, sometimes I stop by, read ya, but don't comment till I have enough time set aside to do it justice, I just know ya understand!

(((softboobyhugs)))

Elle


lissi888888 52F
1401 posts
8/5/2006 12:01 pm

    Quoting rm_Ellenback:
    How much is too much?

    LOL...UMMM when you can't function at work, because you had NO SLEEP, AGAIN...and when it's becoming an addiction in your life, yah, that's TOO much...

    Why, when I have just had it (sex)...do I want it all the more shortly thereafter?

    That's your Dragon, Lissi...no matter how hard ya push it back into the cave, it crawls out soon as your back is turned! Good on ya for finding it girl, there are way too many women out here who don't even know about it, having blocked the entrance with a mutha of a boulder...

    Has anyone ever accused you of wanting them only for sex because you wanted it and asked for it frequently?

    God, nooooo, but I bet some have thought it!!! LOL

    Sorry girl, sometimes I stop by, read ya, but don't comment till I have enough time set aside to do it justice, I just know ya understand!

    (((softboobyhugs)))

    Elle
Elle...darlin I appreciate ya stopping by and reading. no comments are required ever and I do exactly what you do. Have to ruminate a bit sometimes so that I can say what I wanna say just right. {{{hugs}}}

Lis


A_Love_Junkie 48M

8/5/2006 5:03 pm

Had to comment on your "side note" ummmmm.........bullshit comes to mind lol. Its common knowledge that a woman will only put out until SHE can get that ring on HER finger. Suddenly, sex is her ultimate weapon. Science has proven that women are born with a small band of nerves just inside the left eardrum, that when puberty hits, gives them a high sex drive. This lasts until two things happen. First - a band of silver or gold is placed around her ring finger. second - A man is lovingly looking into her eyes while stating the words "I do". Upon both of these conditions being met, the nerves die and suddenly there is no lust for sex anymore. The nerves dying cause consistent nightly headaches. (Sound familiar guys?) Hence the word "Mar-riage" Mar - To inflict damage. Riage - The latin form of "Rage" Need I say more?


lissi888888 52F
1401 posts
8/5/2006 8:18 pm

    Quoting A_Love_Junkie:
    Had to comment on your "side note" ummmmm.........bullshit comes to mind lol. Its common knowledge that a woman will only put out until SHE can get that ring on HER finger. Suddenly, sex is her ultimate weapon. Science has proven that women are born with a small band of nerves just inside the left eardrum, that when puberty hits, gives them a high sex drive. This lasts until two things happen. First - a band of silver or gold is placed around her ring finger. second - A man is lovingly looking into her eyes while stating the words "I do". Upon both of these conditions being met, the nerves die and suddenly there is no lust for sex anymore. The nerves dying cause consistent nightly headaches. (Sound familiar guys?) Hence the word "Mar-riage" Mar - To inflict damage. Riage - The latin form of "Rage" Need I say more?
Well, dear love junkie, I have been through the wedding ring ceremony not once...but twice and been offered and accepted the same pledge ("I Do") adoringly, willingly, and blindly. The coming of the transformation was not sudden but permanent with each of those husbands. So I have had the experience you speak of with not one but two men. Both from different walks of life. Hell, both from different decents, different age groups and different countries even.

Although I do not doubt your veracity...I do believe that this woman you speak of must have been a fluke. Not all women are the way you state...not this one most assuredly.

Oh...and I am not a headache person...but I'm sure you realize that a headache is actually a very GOOD reason to have sex. The headache will (most but not all times) be alleviated by a good round of sex (scientifically proven in numerous documented cases...would be willing to share the data with you upon request or even assist in a case study if you are willing and able to do so). And I would love to see the scientific data regarding the left eardrum...it must be obscure as numerous internet searches this evening weren't able to dredge up this fact. I am...all ears (pun intended )


SirMounts 102M

8/10/2006 2:08 pm

Lis...
Well, there is absolutely nothing wrong with having sex - even very, very often. The only real exception is if it begins to interefere with other important areas of your life. At that point it would become a problem. So I would guess that being so sore from having sex that it affects how well you walk over a period of weeks... might sorta be getting close to that. *winking*
But all in all, I agree with what Woody Allen said once...
"Sex is the most fun you can have without smiling." lol


lissi888888 52F
1401 posts
8/10/2006 2:57 pm

    Quoting SirMounts:
    Lis...
    Well, there is absolutely nothing wrong with having sex - even very, very often. The only real exception is if it begins to interefere with other important areas of your life. At that point it would become a problem. So I would guess that being so sore from having sex that it affects how well you walk over a period of weeks... might sorta be getting close to that. *winking*
    But all in all, I agree with what Woody Allen said once...
    "Sex is the most fun you can have without smiling." lol
Sir

LMAO...but I smile all the time

Lis


hereIam51757 55F
8001 posts
8/13/2006 9:31 am

I just have to comment here. You've put into words many of my own thoughts and feelings. Thank you.

Trying to avoid the whole story, and without a pity party please...

My husband passed away November 2005. Although ours was a loving relationship, we were celibate for 14 years! Damn! The old cliche is true ~~ if you don't use it, you lose it! I am living proof. In March 2006, I was "reawakened" to the joys of SEX ~~ and now it seems that's all I think about! I agree with you.....

Why, when I have just had it (sex)...do I want it all the more shortly thereafter?

Just can't seem to get enough now (without being a slut!).

Thanks for the post!

*LG*


lissi888888 52F
1401 posts
8/13/2006 10:36 am

    Quoting hereIam51757:
    I just have to comment here. You've put into words many of my own thoughts and feelings. Thank you.

    Trying to avoid the whole story, and without a pity party please...

    My husband passed away November 2005. Although ours was a loving relationship, we were celibate for 14 years! Damn! The old cliche is true ~~ if you don't use it, you lose it! I am living proof. In March 2006, I was "reawakened" to the joys of SEX ~~ and now it seems that's all I think about! I agree with you.....

    Why, when I have just had it (sex)...do I want it all the more shortly thereafter?

    Just can't seem to get enough now (without being a slut!).

    Thanks for the post!

    *LG*
hereIam...

You know..I've gotten to the point that I don't care if anyone calls me a slut. I like sex and I want it. Thanks for visiting and glad I'm not the only one feeling like this.

Lis


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