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dejaentendu90 dejaentendu90 22-25, F 71 Answers Jul 22, 2012

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People don't realize when they have sex with someone, they are giving and taking a part of someone onto themself and vice-versa. Mixing bodily fluids is just that and that stays with you forever. What impact does that have on someone, not sure, but most likely will have a negative one after awhile. People were never meant to have open and free sex llike this, it was only meant to be shared by two people from the opposite sex.

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I totally agree now.......

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When people have sex like that (free and open) they are acting exaclty like that, like animals. We are above in intelligence compared to animals, so why act like they do. A dogs mouth is actually cleaner than a human's mouth, probably goes for other things as well, but I'm human, not a wild animal. Why don't we also go slushy around in the mud and our own feces while were at it?

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At the time it isn't but when it all goes wrong, which it usually does, you'll look back and think of the whole situation as gross..

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Totally agree!

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yeps.

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Probably not a good idea. Having sex purely in a physical sense devalues the intimacy of making love.

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Depends on the friendship, some can bear it others can't . Just think would u still be friends if there was no sex? If the answer is no well not truly friends , just mutual sexual attraction . Not gross but often very cold

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Only if you decide to see it that way.

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Is that truly a friendship?

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No, it's a good thing. I got several and I never regretted a single moment of it. It's just having pleasure with each other, nothing wrong with that.

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full of regrets and unwanted fluids

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yes

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I think it depends on your age. Not a good thing for teenagers or those in their 20s but an OK thing for older folks, like 40+. By then we pretty much see the world and other people as they really are and have different expectations for relationships.

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I would have never imagined having sex outside of a committed relationship until C**** in college. He and I were friends with benefits for two years, two fun-filled years.<br />
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We started out actually dating. When we broke up, it was not pretty, but then we became friends. One night, after a night or drinking, we ended up at my place and all over each other.<br />
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And that's how it all got started. About 2-3 times a month we would hook up. We even had a code....whoever was horny for the other would request the DJ or bartender to play "Maggie May" by Rod Stewart. That meant the other meant business.<br />
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We had FANTASTIC SEX!!!!<br />
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We would **** in odd places, at odd times, and do things that we'd never done before. It was exciting to sneak around. Also, for some reason, he is the only man who has ever made me *** just by ******* me. Otherwise, I have to have my ***** eaten to have an ******. It was a wonderful thing. I think that we just let ourselves go because we had no emotional ties.<br />
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But, after two years, I met a Muslim man from Syria. We started dating exclusively very quickly,, and we lived together and even got engaged. That relationship lasted five years, but I was just too nervous to marry him after "Not Without My Daughter" came out. <br />
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Needless to say, the **** buddy thing came to and end (ironically, C**** is Jewish). I had a great time, but it was time for it to end...<br />
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Every now and then I look for him on Facebook - we have many mutual friends because I was a little sister to his fraternity. He's not on Facebook from what I can tell. But I cannot help but wonder what he's up to and how he is doing.<br />
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Now, I am separated from my second husband. My first died of cancer when I was 33. The current one is in jail on 100K bond for attempted murder. And take a wild guess who he attacked. Me. He is 20 years older than me and a Vietnam vet with PTSD. He flipped one night and stabbed me three times with a butcher knife in our kitchen until my 15yo son by my late husband could get in and disarm him (he is a BIG 15yo).<br />
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What's next? I have ALWAYS fantasized about being with a woman, And now is as good a time as any to try it. I am just waiting for the right one.<br />
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However, if C**** rang my doorbell tomorrow, we'd be in the bed in a heartbeat. He was a great lover and a good friend. I remember him fondly. And I don't regret any of the things we did together in the least.

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It's not up to me to judge others' lifestyles, but I personally find it considerably unhealthy for the human brain and more importantly, immoral.

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Yes, gross oxymoron.

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yes, if its me..

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Not sure why this is under food and drink.<br />
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No it's not gross I love all my friends with benefits just not in love with them.<br />
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Just haven't got all the **** that comes with having a girlfriend well saying that it kinder is as buying a gentleman I treat them like a princess.<br />
and no one dates as such now we just kinder hung out.

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I have been friends with this guy for over 10 years. We decided to 'do it' with the agreement of that it would only be once cause of the circumstances we are in. im married hes engaged! We have always had an attraction to each other . Yes it was stupid on both our parts but it happened! Well that one time has led into 3 years now of us having the best sex imaginable!!! And we are still the best of friends with great benefits!!!!

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Very satisfying to the sophisticated and enlightened intellects among us :)

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gross?? when i think of gross i think of something disgusting like a cows sh*t for example. i dont really compare people to cow sh*t (unless they are) sooo no i dont think its "gross"

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Not at all. It's just that it's you that's so gross. Check out Jenny Craig maybe.

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