|Her: I saw you flirting with her. Cheater!|
Him: It's not cheating if we don't have intercourse.
a. Dismiss him/her, you're in a committed relationship.
b. Continue to flirt, but go no further.
c. Fantasize about him/her, but take care of your sexual needs solo.
d. Let the affair become physical.
There might be a bit of c mixed in there too, but flirting can be just fun and harmless. Of course, I'd also explain the situation to the attractive, attentive neighbor, because any advances could have easily been made out of ignorance to the circumstances.
2. A male co-worker whom you have heard is great in bed and very well endowed has been flirting with you a lot. He obviously wishes to start a relationship. Do you: (This question is for women AND men).
a. Make it clear to him you're not interested.
b. Flirt with him but go no further
c. Mentally undress him and wonder what he'd be like in bed.
d. Let the relationship become sexual.
I'm a massive supporter for gay/lesbian rights, but I'm not myself. However, I have a few friends I could tip him off to...
3. Your significant other is impotent most of the time, showing little interest in you and little interest in being sexual. Do you:
a. Resign yourself to no sex.
b. Satisfy your needs with masturbation
c. Find someone who can satisfy you sexually but remain with your significant other
d. Leave him or her
If they're not opening themselves sexually, and aren't willing to try and work that out, get to the root of the problem, I don't want any business being with them (words make this sound easy, but I know how difficult this is). If they don't think they're good enough, all they need is more practice (and the practice is fun!). If they can't emotionally open up, then there's plenty to be talked about outside of the bedroom. But if they're convinced sex is wrong, sex is disgusting, sex is bad, and refuse to be open to changing those beliefs? No.
4. The last time you and your mate had sex, were you:
a. Concentrating mostly on him/her, and you didn't even orgasm
b. Thinking about your pleasure and theirs.
c. Concentrating mainly on your own pleasure.
d. Used his/her body as a tool to reach your own orgasm.
Last time, it was all three of those. Depending upon the current... *ahem* happenings.
5. What kind of partner do you prefer while making love or having sex?
a. Tender, loving, slow and sweeet
b. I don't care, just do me; it's been a while
c. Tough, take-charge, I like it a little rough
d. Any lovin' is good lovin'
Variety is the spice of life, and is essential to sex, so I'm just going to go ahead and mark all of these. No two times should be the same, and if they are, fix it, because it's so fun to fix it. ;)
Bonus: Do you mind if your significant other ogles/checks out another sexy person? What if they comment on that person, do you mind that?
Oh no, not in the slightest, and I expect them to not have a problem with it either. Life's too short; if I see a beautiful woman, then I'm going to take in that beauty. More often than not, I'll approach her, and compliment her, let her know that she's gorgeous, because it could just make her day a little happier. Why would I get after a significant other for doing the same?
Bonus, Bonus: What are your thoughts on the TMI Tuesday image and the caption beneath it?
The woman might be freaking out a bit too much, but at the same time he's flirting with another woman WHILE his significant other is right there. Really, man? Not cool. The expression on the woman's face though? Priceless.
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