It is 100 percent Necessary. And Sufficient. We would not be here today with out it. The problem is. This fucked up generation has twisted the definition of SEX.. Sex is not what you do with your partner... That is what your designated at birth as a MALE XY or FEMALE XX. No operation or surgery will every change that EVER... . A girl can not be a boy and be in the boy scouts just like I can not be a 66 years old.. I can have a surgery but that doesn't mean im now 66 years old LOL
@TheWombRaider 1. Sex, by itself, is not all that it takes to make a relationship work. 2. You can define sex however you want but the rest of the world follows a different definition than you do.
No your right... It takes will and determination and a REAL COMMITMENT. Marriage was a scared vow from 1 Father giving away his daughter to another trusting they will take care of her in most likely a far distant land away from the father. Its again this MODERN generations last 80 years of Human History. People get made cause 1 took their gum and boom lets get a divorce its 20 bucks. The whole attitude and concept of our generations after use is fucked
If yu are a fuck buddy then then they have nothing else to offer
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Say its 1500 BC and its you, your wife and your 2 kids.. any day a lion could wipe your DNA off the MAP 1 fucking LION
Did you meet up for sex?
@Jamie05rhs we met up as a couple, so sex was a part of it yes but not the only thing we did. Did a lot of sightseeing, eating out, going to bars etc.
Oh, okay. I'm planning to meet up with this girl that I'm talking to (sometime, soon, I hope, ... I mean before I die lol), but neither one of us wants to have sex. We're just going to hang out.
@Jamie05rhs that’s fine. If both of you just want to hang out and spend time together there shouldn’t be any problem, right?
TBH, some relationships are pretty much sexual in nature. So, yes, remove that and there is not much there. Thing is, if one person removes the sex, are they getting it elsewhere. If so, time to work on the situation or get some on the side, or ditch the person.
TBH further, even though some relationships are sexual in nature, there is always a bond in a relationship that has gone that far. So, it's not really a quantifiable statement to say a person has nothing else to offer other than sex, since that pegs sn individual (s) as a mere sex object (s), which is demeaning. TBF, the individual (s) may just want to limit it to a sexual type of relationship, which, in that case, that is all there is.
And to rectify the "ditch", statement, that is a rather harsh term, more appropriate would be to end the relationship on good terms, take a breather, and go from there.
I avoid mimbos for this specific reason. Money can't buy commonalities, i. q, or humor but it can buy a great hooker...
Yes. But he's saying some people, not all people.
That's what I'm trying to do right now: build a relationship on love. The sex will come naturally later.
@Jamie05rhs yes 100 percent agree