se·duce (s-ds, -dys) tr.v. se·duced, se·duc·ing, se·duc·es 1. To lead away from duty, accepted principles, or proper conduct. See Synonyms at lure. 2. To induce to engage in sex. 3. a. To entice or beguile into a desired state or position.
i guess it's ok to seduce someone (adult) if that is how someone operates, although it's not something i would enjoy doing. do we all want to be sedcued? nooooo......
Ok. I'll kiss and tell but won't mention any names. Yes. They all got it providing they had some place to take me. There was this one Latina lady who had to take me to a motel and another that wanted me to do her in her work van and I am just too classy of a guy to make the first time in a vehicle, ya know?
Yes, it is absolutely okay to seduce and be seduced! For my own sense of morality, the people either need to be connected to each other or not at all (after all, how do those new relationships start?) but I know I love both sides of that m'self .
Seduction and being seduced are exciting if you are single and not at risk of hurting anyone. You don't have to be married to enjoy this, and you don't have to be dating or serious about the partner so long as you are careful. In my twenties being flirted with and the game of seduction were a real adrenalin rush, and the resulting encounters were often equally as much of a high from what I recall, (which is not to say my encounters were numerous, so much as memorable!)
AND there are all kinds of seductions happening all the time - little seductions like the way your kids seduce you into reading an extra bed-time story, the way you are seduced by a rainbow into taking a long walk to find the pot of gold, the seduction of HubPages as a place to explore - Seduction does not always have to involve sex, although it is very nice when it does!
mega1, you say you are being suduced by fellow Hubtastic people, shame on them, now have you read my poem that I posted today.....or should I have said...would you like to see my Simpsons collection...they are in my bedroom...hanging from my fourposter bed.....and there is lots of other toys also....
I was very attracted to a handsome, sexy guy that I had talked to at a couple of parties. He came to my work, said he'd like to take me out, just the two of us. My reply? "Yes, I'm sure that would be nice, but I'd really rather spend the night with you". He was, to say the least, a little taken aback by that, but he got over it. We've been married more than 20 years now.
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