I just don't understand  

itsallfun1957 60M
881 posts
7/31/2006 9:39 pm

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8/20/2006 2:09 pm

I just don't understand

I don't think I'll ever get this line of reasoning, but here it goes. when I'm trying to be with a guy who sparks some intellectual and physical arousal in me, the deal breaker is the fore-play and kissing line in the sand.

I love fore-play and kissing with an equally responsive individual. It's part of the whole experience. Ladies, would you stand for no fore-play nor kissing with a partner? No, unless it was some drunken fucking thing and even then. So why should men be different? Guys, picture this, if two women were orally pleasing each other, but refused to kiss, indulge in fore-play, or sensually touch; would you feel that something was missing? The same holds true for me and my approach to the sexual experience, why should gender matter?

So you'll stick my dick in your mouth, but you will not kiss me, hold me, or touch me except to stroke the penis that was just in your mouth. Oral sex is a sensual experience, it is the ultimate kiss. What part am I missing? Are we that crass and thoughtless? In this case ignorance is not bliss, but a dooming stroke of poor sensual-sexual acceptance.>>>itsallfun1957


florallei 100F

8/16/2006 2:39 pm

I don't get that sort of view either...I love all aspects of love making be it hard or gentle...kissing...oral...the whole shebang is a great turn on...I don't hold back if both my partner and myself are alright with it and won't go ahead if one is uncomfortable...People and their weird rules...
hugs,
flo


DecorPlumyBosun 41M

8/17/2006 11:45 pm

I think what you're talking about is the difference between someone who is gay or bi and someone who is straight but gets an extra rush from another man getting him off but doesn't want to "make love" to/with a man. Not rules but what appeals. Not worried about a label but so few labels, so many different minds. ??


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