moms and sex  

rm_morefutility 37F
249 posts
5/17/2005 4:48 pm

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moms and sex

I have been blessed with some extra free time, as my mom decided to take my oldest son for an over-night visit, so I thought I would ruminate a bit, while baby is sleeping. Spoke with my mom today over recent personal life exposure debacle and she seems quite ok with the knowledge that I am seeking a sexual encounter with a woman. I think that she has known for several years that I am a bisexual, but I assumed she just thought it was a phase. Since my profile on this site has been pointed out to her by malicious ass, she seems to think nothing of it. It wasn’t that I was necessarily worried, she doesn’t pay the bills or anything, but there are certain things that I am not interested in sharing with either of my parents. Their compunctions don’t seem to be the same as mine, as mom has tried to tell me about her sex life a few times---yuck. Is this weird? It is almost like separation of church and state with me, this compunction to keep sex and parents in two separate worlds. I wonder, am I a freak, or are there others who are uncomfortable with the birds and bees around their parents?


innocent19735 44M

5/17/2005 5:49 pm

WHo in the hell would want to talk about sex with their parents anyway?? I still trip off of that movie TABOO!! you're not strange at all.. whats strange is a parent wanting to talk about sex with their grown child! YIKES!!! If your mom is trying to talk about it with you then she's actually trying to get some pointers probally!


savoyman1977 39M
14 posts
5/17/2005 7:50 pm

Scary... just scary.... Worse than the best horror movie.


TakesTeatsStood 50M
505 posts
5/17/2005 10:45 pm

I know that my parents must have had sex, I mean invetro (sp) wasn't around when I was born, I just assume they only had it once for myself and each of my siblings

You are very much in the 'norm' not feeling comfortable feeling uncomfortable.


freetime648 52F

5/18/2005 3:31 am

The only thing my mother (bless her heart) tried telling me about anything sexual was how to give head without her teeth in!! So, don't worry about it, you could have my mother guiding you!!! LOL


xx FREETIME648 xx


rm_FreeLove999 46F
16127 posts
5/19/2005 12:50 pm

hell -- you know? you are a really good writer ...!

on the parents issue, my two cents is: ... yes, i suppose it is quite stupid to feel so awkward about sexuality and parents -- after all they're just people, and like most other people, they probably like fucking. but most of us are brought up to look at our parents in a very narrow and rigid way --- and it's not that easy to break away from that way of looking at things, to change, in our minds, this label -- "PARENTS" to "PEOPLE, JUST LIKE OTHER PEOPLE...". the word: "MOTHER" has so many overriding associations, that connecting the word "MOTHER" with the word "FUCKER" (i.e. one who fucks) is totally unacceptable, the worst violation, the extreme taboo...

and that is especially true if your life has been filled with imagery of the virgin mother as the ideal of motherhood.

sorry, i know i'm rambling a little, but i'm find the words difficult to arrive at tonight -- i hope i am not totally incomprehensible...



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rm_morefutility 37F
175 posts
5/19/2005 1:43 pm

Good to know I am not a prude or anything, hell purity score should have given it away. Freetime: I am truely sorry about that one, that would have been an eyes bulging, mouth agape kinda situation. As for Nick and Judy, come on guys you are worse than I, lol.


rm_wild175133 61M/61F

6/17/2005 5:57 pm

sometimes you might need to look a little more deeper that what may apear. your mothers openness may not have been curiousity of your sexuality on her part but away to reach out to you and let you know that she still loves and accepts you. some times those feelings never get spoken between a parent and a child and as a parent gets older they may have some second thoughts as to what was done or said in the past. all to often these second thoughts never get reconciled with. maybe just maybe you shoud sit down and have a private conversation with your mother and on your part you should let her know that you love and respect her. on the other hand if the relationship with your mother is strained at best or nonexistent you should let the past be in the past and feel no obligation to set the record so to speak........maybe im answering the wrong blog here or maybe you should ask dr phil


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