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Men, Women, Sex and Love

Posted on the 18 August 2016 by Calvinthedog

Beatrix: This was a wtf for me – A demisexual is a person who does not experience sexual attraction unless they form a strong emotional connection with someone. It’s more commonly seen in but by no means confined to romantic relationships. The term demisexual comes from the orientation being “halfway between” sexual and asexual.

RL: Actually I think demisexual is the natural state of the human female in a way.

Bernardista: Wow! Cool! So you think women who seem to experience sexual attraction to most anyone with a shlong are faking it to be PC? I always thought I was missing out.

My response: No, women can enjoy sex for sex sake, and they are doing it more nowadays.

But my mother always said that men can have sex without love with no problems, but women can’t. They need love to have sex. What she says is not 100% true, but once again the wisdom of ancients beats PC bullshit.

Some women enjoy being a slut more than others. Some women are just horny and want to get laid to satisfy their sex drive. However, women have a long tradition of finding sex without love to be somewhat to completely unsatisfying. They often feel empty afterwards. This seems to be the normal mode of female thinking, but nowadays, women are encouraged to have sex for fun, and a lot of them are doing it so there is some social learning and behavioral modification going on. It’s not that they cannot do it, but it’s harder for women to have sex without love than it is for men.

And speaking from personal experience, even among women who have had quite a bit of sex without love, once they fall madly in love with a man, their sex drive often goes through the roof. Yes, women can be turned on by a sexy guy, but when sex is combined with love is when you really see the female sex drive go crazy. I would say that women need love to turn on the sex drive, but that is not completely true. But love sure revs it up into overdrive more than anything else that I have ever experienced.

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