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22 Jul 2007, 3:45 am

But to say that all relationships are centered on sexuality is a bit presumptuous, don't you think? I put it to you that many relationships, including married couples, are founded on friendship or other foundations. As for the rest... don't worry, you'll learn more about women when you get older. :D



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22 Jul 2007, 3:53 am

zee wrote:
But to say that all relationships are centered on sexuality is a bit presumptuous, don't you think? I put it to you that many relationships, including married couples, are founded on friendship or other foundations. As for the rest... don't worry, you'll learn more about women when you get older. :D

ha :P why are you old? :wink:



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22 Jul 2007, 3:57 am

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zee wrote:
But to say that all relationships are centered on sexuality is a bit presumptuous, don't you think? I put it to you that many relationships, including married couples, are founded on friendship or other foundations. As for the rest... don't worry, you'll learn more about women when you get older. :D

ha :P why are you old? :wink:


26. And you..?



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22 Jul 2007, 4:07 am

zee wrote:
0_equals_true wrote:
zee wrote:
But to say that all relationships are centered on sexuality is a bit presumptuous, don't you think? I put it to you that many relationships, including married couples, are founded on friendship or other foundations. As for the rest... don't worry, you'll learn more about women when you get older. :D

ha :P why are you old? :wink:


26. And you..?

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22 Jul 2007, 4:11 am

Yeah, well, you can learn a lot in a year. Especially if you read Dan Savage every week like I do!



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22 Jul 2007, 4:17 am

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Yeah, well, you can learn a lot in a year. Especially if you read Dan Savage every week like I do!

Thanks for your vote of confidence :D I've learnt a lot in recent years and much less in some decades.



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22 Jul 2007, 9:16 am

zee wrote:
Yeah, well, you can learn a lot in a year. Especially if you read Dan Savage every week like I do!


Savage Love is useful,
but I wouldn't suggest making
it one's full philosophy of such
matters. He's too concerned with
the sexuality. Now, that's just what
is needed, but other things must be considered.



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22 Jul 2007, 2:07 pm

calandale wrote:
zee wrote:
Yeah, well, you can learn a lot in a year. Especially if you read Dan Savage every week like I do!


Savage Love is useful,
but I wouldn't suggest making
it one's full philosophy of such
matters. He's too concerned with
the sexuality. Now, that's just what
is needed, but other things must be considered.

You got me all wrong cal



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22 Jul 2007, 5:07 pm

I say, as a guy, that rejection can go either way equally.
Usually, when a relationship becomes more geniune as the relationship grows, then it will be centered on sexual experimentation.


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30 Jul 2007, 5:25 am

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I say, as a guy, that rejection can go either way equally.
Usually, when a relationship becomes more geniune as the relationship grows, then it will be centered on sexual experimentation.
Does that mean doing it with test tubes?


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30 Jul 2007, 9:22 am

Pandora wrote:
AnonymousAnonymous wrote:
I say, as a guy, that rejection can go either way equally.
Usually, when a relationship becomes more geniune as the relationship grows, then it will be centered on sexual experimentation.
Does that mean doing it with test tubes?


THAT could be part of it, I guess.
I would think that the experimentation
would be on ALL aspects of the relationship.

Learning boundaries, likes, dislikes.
Sexual, yes - but not only.



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31 Jul 2007, 4:16 am

calandale wrote:
Pandora wrote:
AnonymousAnonymous wrote:
I say, as a guy, that rejection can go either way equally.
Usually, when a relationship becomes more geniune as the relationship grows, then it will be centered on sexual experimentation.
Does that mean doing it with test tubes?


THAT could be part of it, I guess.
I would think that the experimentation
would be on ALL aspects of the relationship.

Learning boundaries, likes, dislikes.
Sexual, yes - but not only.
Experimenting with food can be fun and I don't mean in a sexual context. There are so many more different dishes that are available these days than when I was a child. When I was growing up, even pizzas and chinese takeaway were novelties.


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