First, some clarification about what I mean by each term.
" It really is about the differences between "Hook-Up Sex," "Marital Sex," and "Making Love." I've found that confusion about those differences play out in many of the conflicts people experience in their sexual-romantic relationships, no matter what their ages or kinds of relationships.
Which also means he can fucking handle talking to you, the girl he is sticking his penis into, about it.
But at the end of the day, you're still the one who decides who you find attractive and with whom you want to spend your time."Hook-Up Sex" refers to just plain f***ing; that is, a purely physical encounter."Marital Sex" is the kind of sex life that most committed couples tend to have -- married or not, straight or gay.The kind of sexual life you have - and its conflicts - are embedded in the overall relationship you learn and how you "practice" it with your partner.I've described some of these connections in my previous posts on our adolescent model of love, the soul mate, and the positive power of "indifference." Most relationships limit the capacity for "Making Love." sex? " With gleaming eyes, Ken was telling me about his latest sexual encounter.