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Sex is Overrated?
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Hmmmmm.....at this stage in my life its not a big deal to be. I was in a good relationship and sometimes i just didn't feel like it just too much energy time and emotion. Dont get me wrong he was the right person, we were right for each other at the time but hell it just seemed overrated some times. owell
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Its only overrated if the other person doesn't know how to turn you on properly or make you finish, plain and simple.
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Posted 11/18/14
Hell, yes. Overrated. Too much work for a few second of pleasure.
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Posted 11/18/14
To me it's just two human slapping into each other.
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Posted 11/18/14
LOL NOPE

LOVE SEX
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Posted 11/18/14
Yes, truly overrated.
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Posted 11/18/14
Not even, dude.
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Posted 11/18/14
I think it is overrated as well.
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Posted 11/18/14
Depends on who you're doing "it" with.....

One gal was a struggle just to get her to feel something.... about as exciting as taking a dump.....

Another gal was quite proactive and I didn't mind taking direction. It was fun, exciting, better than most drugs I had tried.

If you both put in the right amount of effort it's a blast.... If you just lay there and sweat . . . . it's.... about as exciting as taking a crap.....

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Posted 11/18/14


Depends on whom the other person is. It may very well be that it's a bad experience, it may also be one of the best experiences you've had.
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Posted 11/18/14 , edited 11/18/14
Yes and no.

Yes, because it's the constant thing that can either cause sandal or shock-value in the entertainment industry/modern society. And no, sex is the basic function/need of humanity and it can be pleasurable. . .
Posted 11/18/14
Hmm... nah. I enjoy it.
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It isn't overrated, but it depends on you as a person. Some people outright don't like sex, and others are the complete opposite. Some only enjoy it with the ones they 'love', whilst others can simply enjoy it with anyone for the pleasure it brings. Sometimes it depends on your partner, whether it be size, technique, positions, how rough or gentle they are.

Basically it really all depends on you as a person, you may not know if it's overrated or not (FOR YOU) until you actually try it.

Something else you should probably realise is that if something is hyped up, it's probably for good reason. For the norm, sex is great, and sex does sell. It doesn't make you less of a person if you don't quite fit into that norm though. Not everyone is the same, we don't all have the same levels of sex drives.
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Posted 11/18/14

stickerclub wrote:

To me it's just two human slapping into each other.


Wet your hand with just the right amount of water and slap someone across the face, they should feel a burn and a heavier impact

No pain to your hand
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Posted 11/18/14 , edited 11/19/14
The moment you worry about what other people do and say related to sex, is the moment that you are only damaging yourself.

Sex is always enjoyable if it is with someone you care about, and if you spend the time trying to figure out ways to make it pleasurable for you.

Since you are a virgin, you can only speculate based on what outside sources say; but you are also entitled to how you feel about when you want to engage in sexual intercourse. When you do (eventually, hopefully) attempt to have intercourse, I can tell you that the first few times will be awkward if both persons involved have a limited knowledge of what to do.

The most important part, in my opinion, when it comes to overcoming this awkwardness is making sure that it does not consume you, because then it will always be something that you fear could happen.

I totally went off topic and preachy and I apologize, but to summarize:

Learning things for yourself and ignoring outside sources will give you both an open mind and your own personal blank slate that you can fill.
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