not like a place for you to just insert your penis and not have any repercussions at all.

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Most guys look at it kind of like the Loch Ness monster, meaning, they don’t think it really exists. There are always ‘some’ strings attached to sex, there’s no way to get around it.

However, you can parlay a situation where the strings are not all that cumbersome, so that it DOES feel like you are just having fun and there are no real strings that come attached with the sex.

Not as many guys can handle having sex with a woman on an ongoing basis and not catching feelings themselves.

This is especially true if she is good looking and fun to be with.

Add to the fact that our culture is obsessed with imagery and sex, and it becomes almost impossible to escape thoughts of sex.

Even if you’re able to find yourself not so wound up, there’s a good chance your gym, your job, your night out, or whatever is going to make you want to do what men are programmed to do, and spill your seed. Going one step deeper into the conversation about gay men and sex, we have to acknowledge how easy it is to find sex.

That is something that you have to keep in mind, because if you treat a woman like you are just looking for a warm place to get off, eventually she is going to deny you what you want and then you are going to be left with nothing more than a box of tissues sitting next to your laptop. She has to be a sexually liberated woman, which are rare, or else things will get messy.

Regardless of what you may hear or what you may want to believe, truly sexually liberated women are pretty rare.

Sex is great, but sex with substance is harder and harder to come by the more casual we are about this physical act.3. Continuing the conversation from the last point, we often are beyond indecisive about what it is that we really want. Once we break the norm, and find comfortability within our own sexuality, everything else is up for debate. So when we finally do come out, we often confuse this as dealing with our issues, when in fact, this is just the beginning to dealing with what our issues really are.