Love and sex are different things.Love is boundless but sex has many boundaries.
I honestly wish to ask if you are mentally blind because they are so very different. The two are barely related You can have love without sex. You can also have sex without love.
First let us define love. It is not feeling like you would die for somone. Anyone can feel that. Some people would step into a bullets path for a friend. So that definition is worthless. With love also becomes intimacy. The more intimacy a relationship has, the lower the sex drive. It is healthy to have sexual acts with love. It does help the relationship, however, it is not necessary. It is a great comfort and adds flavor to the partners.
Sex is physical intimate contact. There does not have to be emotional involvement. There are women have sex with men to have children or to cheat them. Some men have sex with a new woman every weekend. Sex is only sex. If you like or love the person you are having sex with, it is because you like the person and not the sex. Only fools of the Jersey Shore pay attention to sex to set relationships. They will only get married or have a good relationship related to money or personal gain. People who focus on sex more might be better physically fit, but they are not as happy overall with their partner.
Love & sex are extremely different. Love is felt emotionally, spiritually, & physically while sex is only felt physically unless you love the person who you are having sex with. Love transcends time & boundaries, sex doesn't. Love is beautiful. Sex is only beautiful with love.
It is like I always say, lust is not enough for love, love is not enough for marriage.
There are plenty of women I am sexually attracted to, Emma Watson, Hilary Duff, Kiera Knightly, Lindzy Lohan hell, if lust equals love, then I should be in love with all of them, which I am not. That is especially the case with Lindzy Lohan, I am most sexually attracted to her (SHE IS HOTTTTTTTTTTT!!!) But if I ever fall in love with her, please, promise you would shoot me, she is a nut job
love is love..it is about feelings,human emotion
you love someone cos you feel something magical for them
sex is about human urges
love is felt through the heart
sex is felt through your abdomen lolss
sex is lust,hornyness lolss
when someone feel lust it is not necessary that that person is in love
i don't buy the thing "LOVE MAKING"
there is no such things human just make that up
it is simply called"SEX" nothing more
some just call or prefer it as such "LOVE MAKING" when they do it with their significant other not a stranger
but SEX is physically done to anyone you like that you lust for
but LOVE you can't feel it to anyone..but only to the one who caught your heart lolsss...
plus the spelling is different hahaha lolsss tc:)
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