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Sunday, March 22, 2009

Sex Does Not Always Mean Intimacy

Seemingly, men and women show their expressions of love in very different fashions. On average, more women utilize their emotions while men rely more on physical expressions of love. Women possess more of an ability to tap into their emotions and extract intimacy into their relationships. Therefore, women place more value on intimacy as an important companionship component.
Now, not all women fit this category. In fact, some women (maybe more than many may think) prefer to express intimacy similar to the majority of men which is through explicit sexual contact. Instead of a romantically written letter or some cuddle up time in the bed, some believe excessive clitoral and/or vaginal stimulation or a climactic explosion of semen is the way to express intimacy to their mate. Is a 10-inch long, 2-inch thick penis or dildo really an adequate substitute for a gentle whisper of "sweet nothings" in your ear while cuddled up on the sofa on a cold winter evening? You can get your freak on; smackin' up, flippin' it, rubbin' and strokin' whatever you like; and "bang bang bang" all night until you sweat off 5 pounds, but you have to invest some quality time and be really creative in order to show your mate your true intimate side.
So, what's your take on this? We wanna hear from you. Click on the word "COMMENTS" below and let's continue the conversation.

1 comment:

  1. This is so true. I am in a relationship right now and we have great sex but the intimacy is missing. There is no real conversation. I may get a text message every now and then or a phone call here and there but no real conversation. I like for my mind to be stimulated and made love to as well. I want some love letters, a picnic in the park, long walks holding hands, long embraces, and sweet whispers in my ear. Sometimes I find myself getting frustrated with the whole thing.