https://sd102.instructure.com/eportfolios/1272/_/Why_Do_People_Need_To_Learn_To_Flirt
https://teton.instructure.com/eportfolios/20185/_/How_Do_You_Know_if_Someone_is_Right_For_You
https://teton.instructure.com/eportfolios/20185/_/I_Thought_it_Was_More_Than_Sex
https://www.laonsw.net/web/okcupid/home/-/blogs/bring-peace-to-his-life
https://www.laonsw.net/web/okcupid/home/-/blogs/boyfriend-pah-
https://www.laonsw.net/web/okcupid/home/-/blogs/love-learning-the-llesson
https://www.vinoteca-barbechera.com/web/okcupid/home/-/blogs/i-like-him-a-lot-and-want-to-go-out-with-him
https://www.vinoteca-barbechera.com/web/okcupid/home/-/blogs/nurture-the-red-blooded-male-in-him
https://www.vinoteca-barbechera.com/web/okcupid/home/-/blogs/advice-for-women-anything-s-possible

Not all relationships are created equal. Sometimes, we’re not looking for emotional intimacy — we just want companionship. Or passion.

I don’t think it would be right to stay in a relationship in which one person thought it was going to lead to happy-ever-after; that’s being dishonest.

But, is it dishonest to hang around just because he knows how to get you off?

And is that any better or worse than staying in a relationship that offers you a lot of other nice things except great sex (a dilemma Lance of Honey and Lance has blogged about and to which dating pro Evan Marc Katz advised that there’s always a trade-off)?

You can actually learn how to be a better lover; it isn’t quite that easy to learn how to be less of a bore.

Ever stay in a relationship just for the sex?
Ever stay in a relationship even though the sex wasn’t great?
Other ramblings about sex (you know you want it):

It’s the end of the world as we know it

I’m digging those good vibrations

Let’s get it on, but when?