Sex and Love

Who was it who said " When sex is good, it's very, very good.  When sex is bad, it's still pretty good."?  (Or something like that)  Mae West?  Whatever.  It illustrates what I'm "sharing" here: 

Sex, when based on little more than raw, visceral desire, can be pretty good.  If nothing else, the buildup of sexual tension and its explosive release (hopefully) is highly pleasurable.

But when that sexual desire, even if it has lessened with familiarity, is combined with a more emotional, even spiritual sense of love--feeling at one with, trusting, being trusted, genuinely caring about and for the other's enjoyment and happiness--then these two elements combine synergistically [geeks with word processors And a thesaurus;  by the way, what's another word for "thesaurus"?--Steven Wright] to make an experience that is orders of magnitude above the sum of its parts.  At least, that has been my experience.  (Too obvious?  Well, you know what they say about Shakespeare--great writer, but he used too many cliches.  Pretentious?  Moi!?)

James6463 James6463
56-60, M
3 Responses Feb 18, 2009

Another word for Thesaurus? LMAO! That is too funny! Mae West also funny!

i love sex its a perfectly normal thing that god gave us!

It may have been Mae West and probably was since she was for all her heftiness a real sexy lady of her time. <br />
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It is funny how our sex symbols have changed over the years from the voluptuous to the thin small busted women of today. <br />
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Mind you now, I am putting small breasted ladies down in any way for having sex with them is also exciting. However, but embracing a full bodied women and poking my d**K in between massive **** is a mighty nice experience and I even stiffen at the thought as I write here.