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#2791 Old 08-23-2009, 08:42 PM
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My boyfriend has slept with... Well, hell, I don't know. I know it's a LOT of people. But when I pressed him for a number (I'm much younger, much less experienced, and constantly insecure) he said "Kitten, you know what happens when your species gets curious, right?" and I let it drop.



That said, the practice really did him goooooooooooooooood. Holy blackouts, Batman, it did him good!



However, I am VERY sexually frustrated at the moment. Because we are long distance for the next couple months while we try to get a place to move in together.



I may poke my eyes out. And/or die. You can die from sexual frustration, right? RIGHT? I'm positive you can.



In fact...



*dies*
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#2792 Old 08-24-2009, 08:30 PM
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My bf is basically working two jobs right now. Not at all because he needs the money - because his buddy asked him to and he thought it would be fun. Well 16 hour work days aren't fun (duh). .... And to conclude, I'm very much in the club for the foreseeable future.
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#2793 Old 08-24-2009, 11:11 PM
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But guys like that are very good in bed!



One benefit of being Queer is that your partner knows the "equipment," so to speak! Plus, with we Sapphic Sisters, who needs to worry about wilting erections?



Now, if I could just find someone to service MY "eqipment".... Yup, still in the sexually frustrated club.
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Back in, and it's entirely because of True Blood. Those hot vampires...arrrrgghh. They make me want to grab.
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I am in... neither of us have any time anymore due to jobs, school, and family illness. We barely get to sleep...
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#2797 Old 08-27-2009, 05:25 PM
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Back in, and it's entirely because of True Blood. Those hot vampires...arrrrgghh. They make me want to grab.

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Seconded. If Ana Paquin doesn't stop showing her boobs I'm gonna cry (though I might cry if she DOES stop, too... Hm. Quandry!)
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#2798 Old 08-27-2009, 05:45 PM
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I'm sexually frustrated and IN a relationship! If only us lesbians had the wild and exciting sex lives of gay men.

I can't complain. My girlfriend is slaving away in the kitchen making me a a nice pasta dish. I'll trade sex for pasta dinner anytime.
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I'll trade sex for pasta dinner anytime



Wait... Pasta is better than the sex you're having? I think you're doing it wrong.
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That depends on the pasta.

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That depends on the pasta.

Man... Either you all are having sex wrong, or I've missed the kind of pasta you're talking about.



Ate there opiates in it or something? If so, link please! Gotta buy some of that...
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Lol!
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#2803 Old 08-27-2009, 09:48 PM
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I'm sexually frustrated and IN a relationship! If only us lesbians had the wild and exciting sex lives of gay men.

I can't complain. My girlfriend is slaving away in the kitchen making me a a nice pasta dish. I'll trade sex for pasta dinner anytime.



Yes, the gay boys have all the fun. We lesbians just get Lesbian Bed Death. SIGH. Now, some sex followed immediately by some pasta dinner? NIRVANA!
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Stupid question: why can't lesbians have wild sex lives?
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#2805 Old 08-27-2009, 11:25 PM
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Man... Either you all are having sex wrong, or I've missed the kind of pasta you're talking about.

I have apparently missed this pasta also.



Perhaps someone would like to share the recipe for those of us that don't have the choice
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Stupid question: why can't lesbians have wild sex lives?



We can but I think we do less than gay couples or straight couples. I think maybe women are naturally less sexual, so two women together just doesn't always lead to very active sex lives? I don't know. In my last long term relationship it was really great. It was the only great thing about it lol and it was probably a major reason we stayed together for as long as we did. And now, nothing. I've been with my girlfriend four years and it just isn't there, but neither of us seem to mind much.



I have a lot of gay friends with crazy sex lives and one night stands, so I know those lesbians are out there!
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I haven't been with anyone in 8 years. SO sad! lol
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I think maybe women are naturally less sexual, so two women together just doesn't always lead to very active sex lives? I don't know.



I don't think women are less sexual than men. I think they are socialised to be that way maybe. I just think people have different sex drives in general. People have different drives at different times in their life as well. I seem to want sex more in the winter for some reason.



(Why am I always looking on this thread, I'm so nosy.)
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We can but I think we do less than gay couples or straight couples. I think maybe women are naturally less sexual, so two women together just doesn't always lead to very active sex lives? I don't know. In my last long term relationship it was really great. It was the only great thing about it lol and it was probably a major reason we stayed together for as long as we did. And now, nothing. I've been with my girlfriend four years and it just isn't there, but neither of us seem to mind much.



I have a lot of gay friends with crazy sex lives and one night stands, so I know those lesbians are out there!



Ah, I getcha. I thought you meant that you had fewer... options? than gay males/straight people to spice things up when you got into a rut.
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I don't think women are less sexual than men. I think they are socialised to be that way maybe. I just think people have different sex drives in general. People have different drives at different times in their life as well. I seem to want sex more in the winter for some reason.



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heh. this is definitely a chick thread . carry on, ladies .
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heh. this is definitely a chick thread . carry on, ladies .



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Hey, I'm a man.

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We can but I think we do less than gay couples or straight couples. I think maybe women are naturally less sexual, so two women together just doesn't always lead to very active sex lives? I don't know. In my last long term relationship it was really great. It was the only great thing about it lol and it was probably a major reason we stayed together for as long as we did. And now, nothing. I've been with my girlfriend four years and it just isn't there, but neither of us seem to mind much.



I have a lot of gay friends with crazy sex lives and one night stands, so I know those lesbians are out there!



I read a study several years ago that suggested the reason for lower rates of sexual encounters in long-term lesbian relationships vs. hetero relationships or gay relationships is women don't ask as much. Or we are conditioned to think we shouldn't ask. So no one initiates. This won't apply to everyone, of course, but as a general trend that does seem to be supported. There are hetero relationships in which the woman does all/most of the initiating (*raises hand* Been there) and gay relationships in which both parties are uncomfortable with high rates of initiating.

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I read a study several years ago that suggested the reason for lower rates of sexual encounters in long-term lesbian relationships vs. hetero relationships or gay relationships is women don't ask as much. Or we are conditioned to think we shouldn't ask. So no one initiates. This won't apply to everyone, of course, but as a general trend that does seem to be supported. There are hetero relationships in which the woman does all/most of the initiating (*raises hand* Been there) and gay relationships in which both parties are uncomfortable with high rates of initiating.



That's very interesting.
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I'm a man here as well. Not sexually frustrated at the moment though. *hides*



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Stupid question: why can't lesbians have wild sex lives?



There was a study awhile back on the arousal rates of men and women.



While men and women were both equally likely to become aroused, men were more likely to be aware that they were sexually aroused.



Perhaps that's a factor.
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There was a study awhile back on the arousal rates of men and women.

While men and women were both equally likely to become aroused, men were more likely to be aware that they were sexually aroused.



Really. I wonder what jumped up and told the men they were aroused.



My male friend said to me that his male married friends say that their wives did all seem to lose interest in sex after they had children though.
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I don't understand that about women. I'm not like that at all. I initiate 80% of the time--I friggin' LOVE having sex! My bf struggles to keep up with me!



Bwahahahaha! *laughs at the sexually-repressed then slinks away*
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Really. I wonder what jumped up and told the men they were aroused.



My male friend said to me that his male married friends say that their wives did all seem to lose interest in sex after they had children though.



I think it's mainly because of the stress of being a Mom. Mothers tend to get less sleep, be overworked, and have a hard time relaxing. It messed with your body as well, quadruple whammy.



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I don't understand that about women. I'm not like that at all. I initiate 80% of the time--I friggin' LOVE having sex! My bf struggles to keep up with me!



Bwahahahaha! *laughs at the sexually-repressed then slinks away*



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Really. I wonder what jumped up and told the men they were aroused.



You can be aroused without an obvious erection.



Look at the states of human arousal.
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