So I am not sure if I have mentioned that I am talking to someone…but I am, well sort of…I think. They are really cute but there are issues with our little “relationship”. I for one, am very happy being single and focusing solely one my work and I know he is not quite over the ex. If he ever will be I don’t know, only time will tell but I guess we will see. Everything has been going very well and we get along great when we are together but I feel like it’s not enough. He wanted to save himself until after the holidays to be intimate. Now mom if you are reading this…stop. But for others, and I will try to keep this as clean as possible but, how much of a relationship should be based on the relationship, and how much on sex?
I know people who are in great relationships and they are also very vocal about their sex lives. I was in a relationship in the past that was just that. We got along, for the most part, and we really enjoyed each others company but, when we were out, I knew everyone would know about our sex life. I also know, and have been in these relationships, that are very hush-hush. Does this mean that they are not sexually active? Who knows. What I am curious about is when it comes to relationships how much do you feel one should weigh someone’s sexual ideals into the equation of finding love. If you have a totally awesome partner and they are perfect in every way, but do not perform well in the bedroom, is that a deal breaker? Some would say yes because they are in fact very active, others may think they there is more to a relationship than that, and it should not matter. Very traditional families have the stereo type of waiting until marriage before having sex. With this being the case do you feel that waiting could destroy the relationship? What about the other way. We all know of friends with benefits but if you go down that road, is there no connection in some way? Two movies were released last summer “Friends with Benifits” and “Just Friends” I think they were called. Now totally off topic, how dumb is it that they release the exact same movie with different characters within a two month period. Anyway, in both movies the characters try to have a non relationship type of sex life, but in the end, they fall for each other.
This post is a little shorter than what I normally type up but I feel this is more aimed at you readers…what do you think about sex. How important is sex in regards to measuring someone’s relationship. Is it a deal breaker, should it matter, is it everything? Click and comment below and let me know what you think about S-E-X.