It's Just Sex, Right?  

Wicker110 57F
81 posts
6/23/2017 3:43 am
It's Just Sex, Right?

Well yes and no. I had another married guy approach me and I had to tell him what I told the last one...protect what you want to keep. Cherish what you have.

It's simple really. Do you enjoy your family? Do you want to keep your current situation, your family pod whole? Protect and keep it.

Life throws enough surprises at us that we don't really need to go looking for them like an Easter egg hunt; hoping that each new egg would bring us peace, bring us fulfillment.

As I told him, it's just sex, it won't actually fix anything. But I get it. We all have needs, and a lot of us love that slow glide of skin, that lovely caress of flesh. It fills a void, makes us feel...something. Wanted.

I spent quite a bit of my adulthood in search of something I didn't know how to define. And I knew it wasn't just love I craved because I found that at least once. Then recently I came upon a naughty male nurse who helped me figure out the elusive unicorn mystery. Dominance play.

I'll admit that in the beginning I was a bit frantic about it. I wanted. I needed. All...the...time. I didn't take on every guy who promised dominance play though.

You might be thinking, 'Why not?' I mean I'm single and I can do as I choose. So why not just mess around with everyone?

Because I protect what I have. I keep what I love. I am choosy about who I invite into my life, even if it's just a hopeful playmate, I don't invite everyone in.

As I've learned, actions have consequences. Yes I'd love to just let go and enjoy the heck out of everyone who offers me what I'm looking for, but I do know better. I've run into consequences before. I'm not sure but that one may be called Karma.

So before you decide that sex is exactly what you need, ask yourself one thing. Does Karma have your address?

Thanks for reading!

Wicker110 57F
66 posts
6/23/2017 3:47 am

Also, if you do decide to tempt fate, be smart about it. Women find out things!

maybejustrex4 52M  

6/23/2017 7:16 am

I have typed and erased an exegesis on married people helping each other with the "missing piece" marriage without trying to blow up either persons situation.

I erased it because I don't think it is a topic about which you want to speak.

I will agree with you wholeheartedly that respect, honesty, effort at home and decency elsewhere are absolutely necessary. I will agree that protecting yourself and what you have is essential. I even agree with your ambivalence about the importance of sex.

I will say that I have come to believe that married people looking outside and single people are almost never right for each other. Narrow situations, short term relationships and the romance of tragically doomed non-relationship are all time bombs for all parties.

pocogato12 67F  
27733 posts
6/23/2017 9:36 am

I keep my personal karma in a silken wrapper and am very good to it

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Han54boat 66M
11669 posts
6/23/2017 10:08 am

What goes around, will come around. There is a lot to be said about that, "just sex". Most will never figure it out. One needs to stay in harmony with their personal values or suffer.

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lyavu 46F  
1223 posts
6/24/2017 6:30 pm

interesting !

alex208ID 33M
4 posts
7/3/2017 6:19 am

great read

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