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cool87
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What is your personal definition of great sex ?

Is it about how much orgasms you and your partner acheive through sex ?

Is this about how much you feel you connect with a given partner ?

Is it linked to how much communication there is going on between partners involved ?

So, if you want to share, what does it consists of for you ? [Smile]

[ 04-12-2009, 03:01 PM: Message edited by: cool87 ]

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If I had to imagine my best sex, since mine wasnt very good at all, I'd say it'd be a combination of all those things. They're all important for feeling satisfied.

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Bun Bun
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Great sex is when your vision goes blurry for a bit, and you feel kind of dizzy and incredibly giddy because of the adrenaline rush. You can't be bothered to clean up right away but then the pizza man rings the doorbell and you have to put on your clothes really fast and later while eating you laugh about what he thinks you were doing before he came to the door.

Great sex for me is fun sex. While it can be kind of serious and intense for a moment, a lot of it involves laughing and kissing and just having fun and being completely comfortable with the other person [Smile] I love sex where afterwards I can't stop smiling even if I wanted to.

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babycks123
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I 100% think that you do not have to have an orgasm or anything like that when your having sex. If your with someone that you love and/or care about you should just like spending time together and having passion and being with together, that shouldnt matter in my opinion.
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atm1
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For me, I generally say that the best sex is when my partner and I are completely relaxed and content afterwards. Sometimes that has to do with physical pleasure, sometimes its more emotional... it just depends.

For the most part, I think great sex is something you know when you experience it, even if you can't describe why.

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