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MoonRise9 59M

6/14/2006 6:41 am

So many men are unaware of their conflicting "feelings" about sex. They want someone adventurous and slutty-verbal in bed, but totally buttoned up outside the bedroom. I think some of this is 10,000 year old instinct and some social conditioning around gender roles. The instinct part will never go away; we stopped evolving a long time ago. But it can be rendered "comical" and of little importance by sexual education and open discussion. The internet and sites like this certainly help crystallize and flush out the issues.


vrec_dawn 41M

6/14/2006 5:41 pm

**applause**

Damn skippy. Why is it that society has turned sex into something so evil that we can't even discuss it without being looked down upon? It's just not right. I mean how do these people think they were born? They weren't made in a Ford factory, that's for sure. Sex is a part of life, and it's about time society start treating it as such IMHO.

Ah well. Society has a label for unique individuals that go against their sensibilities: insane. He he he he. Lock me up and throw away the key. A padded room could be fun!


Mermaidslut 51F

6/15/2006 12:04 am

uhm yeah. exactlly. ditto what she said except the professional part.. hehehe

So when exactly did sex become a part where a man was supposed to deny a woman from her half of the expression of the act of making love/ or sex? I thought, if that happenes it is supposed to be consensual, and agreed to outside of the bedroom anyways, right? I mean, if she is not initially expressing desire, then she can't exactly be ready to mate. If he has to force it in anyway, then it becomes more an issue of a power struggle, which is what he is *really* having problems with if you ask me.... you just subdued him with a superior attitude.

... and melted the giant chip on his shoulder, and that is a good thing!


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