posted on May, 16 2013 @ 04:50 AM
reply to post by Generator85
In my experience, love works the same way wether you mean a romantic , caring and sexual love, or one of deep admiration, respect, and brotherly
solidarity. Essentially both of these can inspire the feeling that one would fight, kill, and die for the person involved, crush one empire, and raise
another in thier name if called to do so. The only real difference is wether you desire to take them to bed once you're done.
And sure, its possible that you might have a few hang ups from being so free with your physical expression of romanticism with other women, which
result in you being unable to form a proper sexual attraction to someone you have fallen in love with, perhaps because you subconciously see your
previous actions where sex is concerned to have been some how... immoral to a degree, and would not wish to have this idol, this paragon of yours
associated with that part of your psychological view of the world.
I have a female best friend. Shes a legend, took me in when I was homeless, been there for me and I for her through some seriously nasty stuff. I
dont know any female, other than my sister and mother, with whom I share such a strong bond of love and respect. But frankly, even if she wasnt
engaged to my other best friend, I would rather saw off my manhood than get within ten feet of her sexually. Shes a fine figure of a lass, and I can
appreciate that, but she doesnt appeal to me on a primal basis. Its not unheard of or unusual.
Myself, Im a bit of a monk when it comes to sex. I have to be well deep in love before I even consider sleeping with a woman, but the fact is, just
because you love a person, doesnt mean you ought to have an overriding need to penetrate them! Chill out. Let your life happen a little. You may just
be over analysing here