When did sex become something that you do behind closed doors?
I mean, if you really think about it, the question makes sense.
When did sex become something to do with the door open? Sexually activity is a perfect normal thing that happens in a loving relationship (forgive me I am thinking married Man and Woman--my age is showing).
Why would people want to take the intimacy out of something so precious and so bonding?
Yes, sex is a natural thing, and so is a bowel movement - neither are for public consumption.
Leave a little mystery in life, please.
I only had sex behind closed doors when I was in living situations where I had housemates. Then the door was closed because my sex life didn't involve them.
Living in my own apartment, the only door that has to be closed is the front door.
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