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glitter695
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Does your boyfriend think a lot about sex? Sometimes more than usual? Do you feel sometimes thats the only thing on his mind?

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Sometimes all I've got on my mind is sex. Sometimes all my partners have on their minds is sex. Depends on a lot of things.

I wouldn't say it's limited by gender or whether or not one's in a relationship, though. I mean, sometimes my partner allan's thinking a lot about programming, and that's what he wants to talk about with me and to do. Preoccupations vary.

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Well... not my boyfriend now (considering he doesn't exist :-P) But my ex, Yes, Yes, & Yes.

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Well, I can tell you it's not a gender thing, that's for sure. I've had boyfriends in the past who never seemed to think about sex, which actually frustruated me sometimes.

I don't know about my boyfriend now, it's still a pretty new relationship. But so far he seems to think about sex at pretty healthy intervals, I guess! And I'm about the same way, sometimes it's on my mind more than usual, sometimes less. Happy medium.

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yes. my boyfriend is infactuated with sex and i don't mind it most of the time because he usually just keeps it all to himself. sometimes it bothers me because i know that he's thinking about it and that i cannot help him out. but yes is my answer.

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Like Erin, I have my days when I think about sex 24/7 and it can get to my bf when he is not in the mood.

Same vice versa.

Nothing wrong with thinking about sex. As long as no one forces me into doing something I don't want to do just because they have to have sex this moment. We both like physical intimacy and sometimes even when we are thinking about sex the whole day, we just end up snuggling in bed. My favourite past time.

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Yes, my boyfriend thinks about sex a lot. But so do I. It's not limited to one gender or the other. Believe me. At at different points it can be all that's on either of our minds. But that isn't consistent.

And I don't think that him thinking about sex a lot is a negative thing. And I certainly don't think he thinks about it more than 'usual' because the so-called usual is probably quite a bit. Everyone thinks about sex. Some people just happen to conceal it better than others.

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