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Sex is Overrated?
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Posted 11/19/14
I'll say this much sex =/= masturbation
Through the fundamentals may be close in how they can make you feel, there's something to sex that can make it more fascinating. IMHO when you have sex and you make the main focus the pleasure of the other person and they do the same for you it can be amazing and last for hours, if not then well yeah it can get kind of bland. Simple truth here is don't rush into it and don't feel pressured to do it, there are consequences to your actions should something "accidentally" happen.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:

Disagree.
But I do agree that most men only care about their own pleasure... therefore that can make the experience disappointing.

I like men that care about my pleasure after he had his share. and drive the way i want... that means it has to include touching and lots of kissing In such cases, sex is great... and it makes me happy.



You are male correct? If you consider yourself different, then it is more than likely untrue that a generalization of a gender is true.

From my experience, it is truly a common thing for hedonism to be involved with any human being having sex.

And fundamentally, in regards to the OP, there are some differences. Such as never really having to lubricate as much considering that there is much lubrication in those certain areas. And there is also a fundamental different texture than there is on the hands. Your hand will feel different than a woman's vagina or a mans anal region due solely to texture. And sex is mostly a physical pleasure with a bonus romantic emotional side to it if you so choose to do the act with someone close.

It is perhaps best of you to try first. At least with this knowledge. And once you have done so, and possibly experimented, you can truly say whether or not it's really different.

It is also a common release for hormones within young teenagers. Sometimes, due to sexual frustration, you may end up developing acne because of it.
Posted 11/19/14 , edited 11/19/14

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You are male correct? If you consider yourself different, then it is more than likely untrue that a generalization of a gender is true.

From my experience, it is truly a common thing for hedonism to be involved with any human being having sex.

And fundamentally, in regards to the OP, there are some differences. Such as never really having to lubricate as much considering that there is much lubrication in those certain areas. And there is also a fundamental different texture than there is on the hands. Your hand will feel different than a woman's vagina or a mans anal region due solely to texture. And sex is mostly a physical pleasure with a bonus romantic emotional side to it if you so choose to do the act with someone close.

It is perhaps best of you to try first. At least with this knowledge. And once you have done so, and possibly experimented, you can truly say whether or not it's really different.

It is also a common release for hormones within young teenagers. Sometimes, due to sexual frustration, you may end up developing acne because of it.


I'm not sure why you're telling me all this? I truly don't understand your post or you might have quoted the wrong person.

Am not a virgin...

And it's the fact that I'm male that I know after we get off we don't wanna touch anybody... My point is I like men who can overcome that.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:


SuperDetectiveL wrote

You are male correct? If you consider yourself different, then it is more than likely untrue that a generalization of a gender is true.

From my experience, it is truly a common thing for hedonism to be involved with any human being having sex.

And fundamentally, in regards to the OP, there are some differences. Such as never really having to lubricate as much considering that there is much lubrication in those certain areas. And there is also a fundamental different texture than there is on the hands. Your hand will feel different than a woman's vagina or a mans anal region due solely to texture. And sex is mostly a physical pleasure with a bonus romantic emotional side to it if you so choose to do the act with someone close.

It is perhaps best of you to try first. At least with this knowledge. And once you have done so, and possibly experimented, you can truly say whether or not it's really different.

It is also a common release for hormones within young teenagers. Sometimes, due to sexual frustration, you may end up developing acne because of it.


I'm not sure why you're telling me all this? I truly don't understand your post or you might have quoted the wrong person.

Am not a virgin...

And it's the fact that I'm male that I know after we get off we don't wanna touch anybody... My point is I like men who can overcome that.


And my point is though that a generalization of genders is generally untrue. If generalizations truly had factual backing, rather than say some ludicrous deranged person who proclaims to have done the scientific research, then we'd have already died out as the good people who exist would not want us as a part of the world. Generalizations typically have very grim consequences for the belief in them. Such as not feeling welcome amongst others due to said belief that people have.

When I get off, I typically only choose not to touch anyone until I've washed my hands. It more than likely has something to do with the feeling of uncleanliness and not wanting to disrespect someone by touching them with cum stained hands or so.
Posted 11/19/14

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PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Do you believe sex is overrated? Fundamentally, it's no different than masturbation in my opinion. I'm still a virgin, but it seems to me sex is vastly overrated, especially today with the media over hype. An overly difficult, and not enjoyable task where you are forced to satisfy someone else. That what sex sounds like to me. Of course, I am a virgin, so what do I know...

That's the part where you lose me. I don't think a person expressing there opinions about smoking crack are very creditable unless the person has actually smoked crack atleast once..... weird example but you understand what i mean lol

BUT i do agree that it's overrated. It's like getting tickets to your favorite concert but when you get into the venue all you see is a tape player in a empty room with cheap music and some headphones. And then someone tells you that you've gotta clean up when your done


That's a really crappy example you know. Like really. That's like saying you can't oppose marijuana legalization unless you smoked marijuana, isn't it? I don't blame people for not liking drugs, regardless of their previous experiences with it.

Back on topic, it feels like a need, but not at all like a want. Most people don't enjoy drinking water, they do it because they need to.
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And my point is though that a generalization of genders is generally untrue. If generalizations truly had factual backing, rather than say some ludicrous deranged person who proclaims to have done the scientific research, then we'd have already died out as the good people who exist would not want us as a part of the world. Generalizations typically have very grim consequences for the belief in them. Such as not feeling welcome amongst others due to said belief that people have.

When I get off, I typically only choose not to touch anyone until I've washed my hands. It more than likely has something to do with the feeling of uncleanliness and not wanting to disrespect someone by touching them with cum stained hands or so.


I don't need science to back my point since my point is based on my own feelings and experience with the men I've had sex with. I may not have sex with all men on this planet; but from what I've experienced and reading other peoples stories; it's a pretty accurate generalisation.

Have you ever had sex with any man to say my generalisation is false?
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Posted 11/19/14
It really depends on the situation it's presented in,

I've never been one for one night stands, never done it and never will - I am however a believer that a strong sex life with your partner can improve your general well being and connection.

At the end of the day, there's no right or wrong answer it's purely how you see it and important how your partner sees it
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Too be honest, now sex is labelled as "if you're a virgin, you're too uptight" but if you have sex "you're a slut". Like seriously, having sex with someone you love is amazing but everyone makes it out bigger then it is.
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Posted 11/19/14

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Do you believe sex is overrated? Fundamentally, it's no different than masturbation in my opinion. I'm still a virgin, but it seems to me sex is vastly overrated, especially today with the media over hype. An overly difficult, and not enjoyable task where you are forced to satisfy someone else. That what sex sounds like to me. Of course, I am a virgin, so what do I know...





Sex and Masturbation is two different things. As different as Sex, Casual Sex, Making Love and Straight F-ing is different. Yes, these are different things. Sex is a big step - a huge step. With sex comes great responsibility so to speak. There is an emotional and spiritual thing about it. That is why you have to be careful of who you give your first to. You will be emotional "attached" to what ever comes in or out of you- if your a girl and put in or out if your a boy. There is an spiritual connection as if your soul is being united into one being. I mean - Kids wait until your out of school and emotional ready to make this step. The media and the overhyped "sex" is just over hyped sexual fantasies. Sex sells and that's a fact, because we are all pervs. Satisfying someone else is a great and enjoyable experience - when your ready. My brother in law has the same mentality as you and he is 26 and a virgin.

As far as being forced to satisfy someone else - Forcing yourself is like reverse rape. If you feel like you have to force it.. then that person isn't right for you. Sex should be a natural and mutual. FYI -You still have your V-card and most people with their V-card are sexually stubborn and don't want to waste their time satisfying someone else. That's just selfish. Don't worry about it. You will find someone you love and when you take that step.. we will see a whole different type of post. /b]
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If you're depressed, then you'll bate in a corner alone. Get some friends. Go out. Also, if you're under 20, shut the fuck up about sex. You know nothing.
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Velict wrote:

If you're depressed, then you'll bate in a corner alone. Get some friends. Go out. Also, if you're under 20, shut the fuck up about sex. You know nothing.


Not neccessarily. Age doesn't define your maturity.
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Posted 11/19/14
Most definitely defines your experiences.
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Velict wrote:

Most definitely defines your experiences.


Not exactly. One could experience more then you have in your whole life time AND is younger.
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Not agreeing, doesn't make things true for you.

I put money down right now that I have more experience in ANYTHING than 99% of these weaboos on this forum.
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the plus side to that is the fact that I already counted five 15 year olds, compared to one 33 year old.
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