sexuality in commitment  

Jscbwillgiveyous 42M
3 posts
7/29/2021 5:40 pm

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sexuality in commitment


sexuality, cheating, infidelity, desires, fetishes how do they fit in when it comes to a relationship. are they considered, are they discussed openly, willingly and freely. or are they concealed, are they put on the back burner in hopes of avoiding uncomfortably talking about personal wants, desires, turn on's. most likely to avoid the chance of... shame, guilt, fear, condemnation, teasing or mockery , anger or disgust from their partner, the person whom they are supposed to feel the safest and comfortable with and from. and if it is talked about at all. it may not even be acknowledged, accepted or considered, when that is the case, that's when things can start to fall apart, when things and aspects get hidden and sexual satisfaction is achieved elsewhere.... this was the main problem in all my relationships (committed). those woman didn't believe me when i told them i am open-minded to an extreme, and that it takes a lot for me to get or feel jealousy. and that they can be brutally honest with me when it comes to their sexual desires, wants, needs, turn on's and fetishes. eventually each relationship came to an end. they "cheated'. then said i didn't think you really meant what you said.
so now i'm shockingly open and honest with my sexuality, my sexual preferences. and i am very open about it, at the beginning of any potential romantic or sexual relationship i may encounter or want, i believe it should be one of the very first topics of discussion in the beginning of a relationship. to avoid any negative situations that my come up in the future. make sure that sexual satisfaction will be a given, no one want to be emotionally attached to a dead or unsatisfactory fuck, with no sexual fulfillment, love don't produce orgasms

Jscbwillgiveyous 42M
1 post
7/31/2021 4:50 pm

yes that is true, it has the potential to happen if the circumstance of situation is ideally perfect,, but unfortunately a greater percentage will never see that outcome,, and yes in your response lives a spark of hope


jajo696 67F
4128 posts
7/30/2021 12:53 am

hmmmm....love can produce orgasms, with the right two partners and the willingness to teach and learn from each other, along with the commitment to try and satisfy the other in all areas....including sexually~

however this does require a verbal and honest talk....


HAMONMAN 62M
12929 posts
7/29/2021 9:32 pm

so true . . .


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