|Sex without love (or $$$) is a waste of time.
If sex without love was so great, prostitutes would be the happiest people. (The window girls in Amsterdam
seem happy making 1000 euros/day.) ***
Sex without Love is less complicated than sex with love, as long as you warn your partner to NOT fall into Love
Quality of Love versus quantity of lovers. (It's not possible for me to NOT love someone I'm having sex with.)
My advice is: if you're not a virgin, you have nothing to lose but your life and you may become a sex
Semen is vital fluid, like blood, energy. Vampires drain it. Vampires suck semen. If a person accepts that
semen you either love, hate or fear that person forever-after.
Semen Vampires. (xxx-Rated, Must be 18+ to View.)
The Green River slayer killed prostitutes because he didn't like giving them money.
Sex for fun or pleasure, to fulfil a fantasy? Can a woman love more than one man at a time? (Yes.) Can she
turn on and off her love? (Yes.) Is the fantasy as good as the reality? (Yes.) Fantasy and dreams come true but
if it happened as planned, life would be boring. The hard part is deciding what to do with the semen. (Bukkake)
|LOVE: Agape, Eros (Erotic) & Philia
By Martin Luther King
|What others say about Sex without Love
The pleasure is for only a moment and it passes like a dream and at the end thereof you find death through
knowing it. -- Egyptian Saying
Sex is like an addiction, the more you have, the more you want.
My girlfriend and I are studying Tantra and one tape we came across explains sex without a deep love as
being akin to being with a dead person. My girlfriend agrees, however, I don't. I've had sex with women I didn't
love that was magnificent. -- Internet Chat
Sex without love is an empty experience but as empty experiences go, it's one of the best. -- Woody Allen
Sex without love is like taking a shit: it feels good while doing it but stinks after. -- Graffiti in public toilet.
[When I ate nothing but Corn & Soybeans for one year, my shit was golden and did not smell bad.]
Sex Without Love
By Sharon Olds
How do they do it, the ones who make love
without love? Beautiful as dancers,
Gliding over each other like ice-skaters
over the ice, fingers hooked
inside each other's bodies, faces
red as steak, wine, wet as the
children at birth, whose mothers are going to
give them away. How do they come to the
come to the come to the God come to the
still waters, and not love
the one who came there with them, light
rising slowly as steam off their joined
skin? These are the true religious,
the purists, the pros, the ones who will not
accept a false Messiah, love the
priest instead of the God. They do not
mistake the lover for their own pleasure,
they are like great runners: they know they are alone
with the road surface, the cold, the wind,
the fit of their shoes, their over-all cardio-
vascular health -- just factors, like the partner
in the bed, and not the truth, which is the
single body alone in the universe
against its own best time.
[How do they do it? They do it for Money and have an understanding of what it is, illusions, fantasy, action.]
Sex without love is merely healthy exercise. -- Robert A. Heinlein
Sex is like washing your face -- just something you do because you have to. Sex without love is absolutely
ridiculous. Sex follows love, it never precedes it. -- Sophia Loren (Italian film actress, b.1934)
By Edgar Winter [Edited by Sexxxy Raquel666]
Free love also tends to equate love with sex; so sex becomes a more casual act, like shaking hands. You can
have sex without love, and you can have love without sex but when you have them both together, that’s a third
thing entirely different from the other two. That’s what I call “Romantic Love”!
Most people talk about love as though it happens every day. Most of them would have a hard time accepting
the idea that romantic love exists. They would call it a naive, childlike, fairy tale, a story-book fantasy that you’
re just not likely to see in the real world.
Sadly enough, for the most part, they’re right -- not about the nature of love but about the fact that we see so
little of it! They would say that anyone with such an unrealistic dream would surely face a life of hopeless
disillusion and despair. I say just the opposite: It is the person who is so logical, so reasonable, and therefore
to rigid and unwilling to open his heart enough to admit even the possibility of love, who is destined to live the
life of unhappiness and quiet desperation; too afraid to hope, to afraid to dream, too afraid to believe.
Love is like God: it’s existence can not be proved, it must be accepted on faith [or experience]. If we see too
little love in the world, the sadness is that there are too few people who have the innocence and simplicity of
spirit to believe.
Whoever said, “love is blind” didn’t quite get it right. I believe love sees all, reveals all, and understands all.
True love is when a person holds up a mirror that allows you to see yourself as you truly are.