Friday, June 2, 2017

Making Love vs F*cking

This morning I read an article on College Humor about differences between making love and f*cking. There is definitely a difference between making love and let’s just say, f*cking. Making love is all about the passion and intimate moments. The sensuality of it makes the experience beautiful and intensifies the chemistry between partners. Just doing the f*cking is the total opposite. It’s all about the bang and explosion at the end.

I laughed on the cartoons but in my dirtiest opinion, I think there is room for both f*cking and making love in my life. If I have a partner that I you can't f*ck and only we make love I think it is wrong.

A fulfilling sex life for me has a little of both, and it always alternate from "making love" sometimes to "f*cking" some other times. It's simply part of the life cycle of the healthy relationship.

Sex is a lot like going out to dinner: Sometimes you crave for a burger, other times you want a steak. It is up to your partner to channel whatever you're hungry for, whether it's slow and sensual sex, or do-me-now dirty.

The women in 40s, typically divorced or separated, are so caught up in society's expectation that they often disregard their own personal desire. They're too busy trying to decipher what is appropriate that they don't listen to what they actually want. Why put romantic sex and simple f*cking into judgments at all? 

Unfortunately, the society has not removed all the boundaries around sex, it still is a topic of controversy, with many of you still believing in the shameful stigma attached to it. There's nothing wrong with f*cking. Nobody going to think less of you or judge you. If you're feeling hot and you want it, then you should go for it.

Sex is NOT an exchange of goods, where women give it and men receive it. Simple f*cking shouldn't negatively impact long-term relationship. If so, then it is better to discover it sooner than later.

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