My libido, and welcome to it  

lustnlix_srq 53M
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7/9/2005 12:49 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

My libido, and welcome to it

A lot of people seem to think that having a raging libido is bad or immoral and something to be ashamed of and kept secret. It's as if having an active sexual imagination and trying to do something about it is wrong, antisocial, or even sociopathic and that anyone who loves sex and makes that clear and tries to do something about it is no better than an animal--the sterotypical dirty old pervert or slut.

I'm a regular guy with a regular job. I don't break the law (well, I do drive a little fast from time to time) and I pay my taxes. It just happens that I spend a lot of time thinking about sex.

I love women in all their infinite varieties. I respect them. I want to be with them as often as possible for as long as possible. But I'm shy, don't do the bar scene, and have never been particularly good at reading "signals", so I have not had as much experience with women as I would like. That's probably why I think so much about sex and could have a lot to do with why I'm so open-minded about it. It also could explain why I tend to like slightly aggressive women and women who are more open about their sexuality.

At this stage of life, I'm more into servicing my libido than looking for romantic love--I feel (maybe incorrectly, and time may prove me wrong) that I have missed or squandered my best chances at true love. So, these days, instead of wasting time and money on "romantic" or "dating" services, I've chosen to try my luck with AdultFriendFinder. If friendship or even love results from whatever contacts I'm able to build here, I will be ecstatic. But for now, I'm going to allow myself to have fun without worrying about what anyone who doesn't listen to their libido thinks about it.

As Canadian folk-singer Leonard Cohen sang "don't go home with your hard-on". Ladies, with your indulgence, I won't.

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