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    Re: Sex for the sake of sex

    Excellent post, GardenGoddess.

    Quote GardenGoddess wrote: View Post
    ...he informed me that he would no longer be performing oral sex as his doctor had told him that there was a risk of throat cancer...
    I'll take my chances on getting throat cancer. Could life without cunnilingus even be worth living? I doubt it.
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    Re: Sex for the sake of sex

    Quote Dixon wrote: View Post
    Excellent post, GardenGoddess.


    I'll take my chances on getting throat cancer. Could life without cunnilingus even be worth living? I doubt it.
    As to All these risks (Throat cancer, the pantheon of STDs,Unwanted pregnancy, Etc...) one must choose ones partner(s) wisely...
    for myself.. in 52 + years I have never caught anything of that nature and I admit I've not always practiced "safe sex".
    no kids, no std, no warts, no cancer. Just smart even though I'm very goat like in my labido.
    I say find someone(s) you like who likes you too and share the gift of O. To quote Sally Kellerman "69 is divine"
    While sex and love dont have to go together I think its more fun when they do!
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    Re: Sex for the sake of sex

    I was published/born in 1978!

    Quote Toxic Reverend wrote: View Post
    The best descriptions that I have ever seen come from the second section of the book
    The Road Less Traveled
    [2] published in 1978, and written by Scott Peck.

    The second section does start off with the comment that "love is very complex"
    and can best be described by first explaining what "Love" is NOT.

    Now I do not agree with everything that Scott Peck says. But since the book
    was on a Best Sellers List for over ten years, most libraries seem to have a copy.
    Peck says that one would be better off addicted to drugs rather than "Love"
    (or sex / people) and with the misconception that you were "In Love" while you
    are actually in an unhealthy relationship of "Co-Dependance".

    To quote Wkipedia;

    In the second section, Peck considers the nature of love, which he considers
    the driving force behind spiritual growth. The section mainly attacks a number
    of misconceptions about love: that romantic love exists (he considers it a very
    destructive myth), that it is about dependency, that true love is not "falling in love".',
    it is a feeling. Instead "true" love is about the extending of one's ego boundaries to
    include another, and about the spiritual nurturing of another.


    End of quote from Wikipedia at
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M._Scot..._Less_Traveled
    Last edited by Bella Stolz; 05-28-2014 at 02:49 PM.
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