Awe yeah! This is how we’re starting off the new year. SEX…LOVE…LOVING SEX…LOVING LOVE. Is there a difference between making love and sex? YES! Some prefer the quick and dirty. Others prefer to take their time and do it right. What does it depend on? The person? The timing? The place? All the above or none of the above?
Here are a few of the differences between making love and having sex.
1). Sex: You can have it with anyone; making love= it’s with someone special.
2). Sex: Can be meaningless; making love= meaningful.
3). Sex: Affects you physically; making love= affects you emotionally, physically, and perhaps even musically and spiritually.
4). Sex: Can be forgettable; making love= unforgettable.
5). Sex: Oftentimes without feeling; making love= intensely emotional.
6). Sex: Sometimes hurried; making love= you take your time.
7). Sex: There’s no time for passion; making love= you please every inch of your partner.
8). Making love= Long lasting foreplay; sex: kissing is the foreplay.
9). Making love= The goal is to please; sex: the goal is to get in and get out.
10). Making love= Sends a tingling feeling down your spine; sex: leaves you feeling like…when’s a good time to leave?
Don’t get me wrong, you can also have sex with a special person too. You can probably tell my preference between the two, but let me hear yours. Which do you prefer and why?