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How Do You Feel About Lube for Solo or Partnered Sex?

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Submitted by Heather Corinna on Sun, 2012-09-16 10:24
I identify as a woman/girl and feel positive about lubricant for myself/partners
37% (649 votes)
I identify as a man/guy and feel positive about lubricant for myself/partners
19% (326 votes)
I identify as neither and feel positive about lubricant for myself/partners
3% (54 votes)
I identify as a woman/girl and feel neutral: me or someone else wants/needs it or doesn't, no big whoop either way
20% (352 votes)
I identify as a man/guy and feel neutral: me or someone else wants/needs it or doesn't, no big whoop either way
7% (126 votes)
I identify as neither and feel neutral: me or someone else wants/needs it or doesn't, no big whoop either way
1% (25 votes)
I identify as a woman/girl and feel negative about myself/partners wanting/needing lube
3% (61 votes)
I identify as a man/guy and feel negative about myself/partners wanting/needing lube
1% (17 votes)
I identify as as neither and feel negative about myself/partners wanting/needing lube
0% (3 votes)
Something else (tell us in the comments!)
1% (9 votes)
I haven't engaged in any masturbation or partnered sex yet or ever.
8% (139 votes)
Total votes: 1761

Solo sex = masturbation

Sun, 2012-09-16 10:51
Heather Corinna

Because that language isn't universal, just thought we'd make it clear! And partnered sex means any kind of sex with someone else involved or present.

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