the moan is where it's at  

rm_deelushess 53F
39 posts
2/4/2006 9:15 am

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12/25/2006 9:59 pm

the moan is where it's at


Even when it looks like people are just out to have plain lustful unadulterated sex, we're still all looking for the moan.
That moment of abandon when our physical pleasure causes us to lose control and let it all out.
I think the times when I don't want the relationship are just times when I've had enough relationship (or life, in general) and not enough of the sexing.
But, I still want the emotional release...that's the big draw.
Ya, the moan is a physical reaction, but it's also a comfort level and an emotional response to the connection with the person, I think.
I could use some moaning.
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wood2272 39M
2 posts
2/4/2006 10:00 am

I would love to make you moan.


crazygurl2xx 56F

2/4/2006 10:32 am

I hope to live this down one day:

I went out one night for the sole purpose of meeting someone for sex. And there right in front of me is a lovely man exactly to my specifications, dark hair and wearing the cutest glasses. We made eye contact and it was very direct. I see you, you see me. Hold for a few seconds, glance away. I make sure I walk around the bar past where he is standing and go outside for a minute just so I could walk back in and see him from behind at my leisure.

Back to my spot at the bar and then debate, do I have the nerve? I find that I do and so I picked up my beer and head directly for him, and as I approach, he turns to me and the most amazing, friendly welcoming smile is on his face as if he is thinking "there you are!"

We go out to my car to hear some Billy Idol. And soon, the beer we left on the bar, it's history... I feel like I have known this man forever.

I follow him back to his hotel. He is in town for work, lives in Boise, ID. And I Know Damn Well this is a one night stand, but I wasn't prepared for what happened. God forbid this should ever happen to you, or you...or you!

We are having sex, really good sex and it goes on and on and on and on... and on. It was incredible. It was epic. And at some point I hear myself holler out "I love you". It was NOT a THOUGHT that was verbalized. A thought would have had time to make it's way through my mind. A THOUGHT would have been shut down. The words just flew out of my mouth with a life of their own and no one in that room was more surprised than I was...

I still do not know where that came from.


AdventuresforU2 62M

5/7/2006 3:01 pm

Yes, both moanng and words of tenderless, love...all natural, and all a release to the pleasure of the moment. A total letting go. Don't be ashamed of telling someone when you don't; just cherish the thought that you could let go...and not hold back for the sake of it.
By the way, saying love surely must be connected to trust, even it is just a momentary fleeting feeling. At that moment there was an undeclared expression of trust (damn, I don't want to sound like Dr. Phil).


funallgone 57M
1 post
12/17/2006 5:41 pm

To moan or not to moan. Yes the moan is everything. Its like a pat on the back for a job well done.The verbal is as important as the touching,licking ect.What do women think when a man is verbal???


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