Sex, the Game Everyone Can Play  

rm_JamesDes2 39M
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8/30/2006 3:10 pm

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9/3/2006 5:28 pm

Sex, the Game Everyone Can Play

Sex. What is it about this magical, amazing thing that has so many people tied up (used figuratively... sometimes) and screwed up over it. It's fun, it feels good, and everyone enjoys it (well except my parents, at least that's what I like to tell myself) but is all to often treated like the some mystical holy grail that only should be used with the purest of hearts. As I see it, sex is nothing more then activity, not something that should be done with family members, but a game that can be played with friends and neighbors. We end up transfering fluids with others all the time playing contact sports, yet that's ok and sex for fun is not. Sure there is a difference but is it really all that dissimilar. Both increase heart rate and blood flow, excreat endorphines into the blood stream, cause higher brain activity, burn calories, and tends to be entertaining (there are exceptions of course but not everyone sucks at basketball!). Sure your not slipping the salami (I love food inuendos) to the next player but there is definitely excessive touching. So what's the big deal? I say have some fun; live your life, you only get one and there is no reason it can't feel good and be fulfilling. Much respect to everyone that has come to the same conclusion I have. Best Regards, Me

mizz_trouble782 38F

9/1/2006 5:16 pm

Hey James... interesting thought.. heres what I think...
Not everyone can seperate sex from intimacy.. sure its fun to have the occassional one night stand, perfect strangers can be good value, but sex IS personal.. its a conscience choice and wanting of another human being to be INSIDE me, and it doesnt get much more personal than that.. tis' more than a mere exchange of bodily fluids, its more than a physical encounter as a means to an end...
Even the people who have been nothing more than a one night stand have shared a personal intimacy with me, the difference is that it fades as the sun rises.

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