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dixiegal1
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i'm having an agrguemnt with this guy about who enjoys the physical side of things in or out of relationships, boys or girls. What do u ppl think?
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Zanney
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Well, IMHO that's not really something you can really say either way. For some people, the "physical" side is not that important, and can in fact be virtually non-existent, as they wish to focus on other aspects of their relationship. And at the other end of the spectrum, you have relationships that are very physical and little more. And there is a lot in between.

And guys and girls all feel things differently - you cannot categorise how someone will react to sexual stimulation by their gender - each individual is unique. So it is unfair to say that just because person A is male they will enjoy sex more that person B (a female). Do you follow?


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