10 Oct

Let’s talk a little bit about what no one wants to talk about; sex. Sex and particularly how it pertains to love. Some people believe that sex and love should be separate, while some people believe that sex cannot exist without love.

Although love can make sex that much better, is it really worth the trouble that it causes?

There will always be one person chasing another in a relationship; this, as much as some people would not like to believe, is fact. Perhaps not in the traditional way, but at least in one way or another.
Sex is the same, especially when linked to love. One personal will always want sex more than the other person. Similarly, one person will always want love more than the other person.

I use “always” in a general sense not in a definitive sense; keep that in mind.

So, how does one avoid the odd entanglement of sex and love and avoid getting ensnared in the road ahead? When entering into a relationship, there are already so many questions about sex that need to be answered – are you already having it, will you be having it, when and where? how often and why?
And then once your relationship progresses, and you move in together, does the frequency increase or decrease? Most people would say decrease. High stress situations mixed with a general ‘spending a lot of time around the other person’ is usually more than enough to kill the mood – especially for the person who is being pursued.

How does the one pursuing in sex then contain themselves? Never wanting to pressure the other into sex, but being constantly in the rejection square.

Masturbation only goes so far.



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