rm_horny5666 52F
57 posts
5/16/2006 11:58 pm

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5/31/2006 2:55 am


Since being on here I have learned so much from my online 'friends', I'm going to go for it once more.

I stopped looking as all I found were disappointments. And wouldn't you know it, you look, you find nothing, you don't look and it comes looking for you.

Now I had been keeping myself busy with my painting, crafts, work, family and friends; but I had also begun to feel like "Mary Poppins". When out of nowhere a very dear old friend contacted me to talk about some things. I found myself with another question at the outset of our conversation and one that I require multiple responses to really learn about the empathy that males in general have vs. women's intuition.

Now when a woman cares about a man, any woman worth her stuff can tell if something is bothering him. She may not know what it is but she can tell something is. It is also a well known fact that when a man hasn't been with a woman for awhile, (unless insanity takes over)he tends to be a little afraid.

When a woman hasn't been with a man for awhile she too tends to be a little afraid.
Now here's the question: Is this fear often mistaken by men or can they tell? And what is the male perception of it?

pmaster71 47M

5/17/2006 12:26 am

I believe I can tell when a woman is afraid.
I like to cut to the chase and identify with
her fear. Being with someone new after a
long absense or after a long relationship
can be daunting. Sex is best when each person
is comfortable being there so that is where I
start. Making sure my partner is comfortable
and ease any fears that may be there. I
usually have some of my own.

HornyForLove65 52M

5/17/2006 12:37 am

I believe it is true. Some people, when they haven't been with the opposite sex for awhile, are a little afraid of going out with the opposite sex. Most people look at themselves as God's creation to the opposite. A few have a perception that tells them what the other is feeling and they try, usually unsuccessfully, to help the help. Men try to talk a woman, be close to her, listen to her every word and just try to be her friend. But, most woman don't want a man around when she isn't happy. Most woman want another woman's shoulder to cry on. Men on the otherhand are usually left to fend for themselves and they usually have nobody's shoulder to cry on. That is just what society has created and everybody has to understand that society has certain rules that everyone is going to follow. Women have other women to talk to. Men, if they talk to other men, are, for the most part, teased by the other men and made to feel inferior. I think this site is a way for people to learn how to deal with their feelings where everyone seems to be in the same boat. Are people here looking for friends, sexc or just a feeling that they are not alone in this world.

rm_horny5666 52F
15 posts
5/17/2006 3:49 am

I love what you wrote HornyForLove65, and how true it is. I think in a perfect world men would be able to be more emotional and women could learn to be more logical.

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