Discussion in 'Love and Sex' started by jen910, Dec 28, 2004.
How do you really know when your relationship is based on sex and nothing else?
All you do is have sex?
When he starts asking you dog if he wants to go out for coffee
does he know your last name?
well can you tell if he genuinely cares for you or not? or does he/she only seem to be interested in having sex with you?
My relationship isnt based on sex but i know someone who is in love with this dude but all they do is fuck and i just want to make her realize that there is no relationship just fucking going on and not to fall in love with him just because he will have sex with her...so basically i'm just trying to get more points to get her to wake up.
well its her life ..... becareful that could backfire on you
i know it's her life but i dont like to see her get hurt.
yeah.... but she might take it the wrong way...and it could cause problems for your friendship.
it might be something she will have to learn on her own.
i know i just have a hard time keeping my opinions and thoughts to myself when it comes to things like that.
um, you know it's sex when he says somethign along the lines of "let's not pretend this is more than it is", or, "let's just not go out this month" (ie to a movie before the bedroom play)
If you're concerned about it being based solely on sex, it probably is. If nothing else, talk it out with him, see where he stands. My reaction was to break up with the guy because the sex got worse, not better, with time
if you are really so concerned just tell her. Ask her if that's what she feels like. Maybe she WANTS just sex from this person, maybe not. but don't be manipulative. that really could backfire. I'm sure any normal friend isn't gonna bite your head off if you say you care about her, don't want to see her hurt, and it seems from the outside that all they do is fuck.
some just-sex relationships work
when there's no further motivation when calling the other person but just getting off...
and when there's nothing to talk about afterwards.
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