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Are you serious... I'mOnFire 1 child; Kentucky 2133 posts
16th Nov '12

I'm married to a man who doesn't believe "making love" in a sexual way is possible.
He said it's fucking and that's that.



I almost feel offend by this? I mean I think it's possible to make love. I have "made love" to him before and I think it offends me because he hasn't "made love" with me? I have no idea...
What are your opinions?

The Doctor 2 kids; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 59959 posts
16th Nov '12

I think it's silly semantics.

Kimber-lily Due September 27 (girl); 4 kids; Nova Scotia 28962 posts
16th Nov '12

Youre being crazy

Mommy2ChaseandAden :) 4 kids; Rock Hill, South Carolina 139 posts
16th Nov '12

That is completely weird...

Mommy2ChaseandAden :) 4 kids; Rock Hill, South Carolina 139 posts
16th Nov '12

Quoting Kimber-Lily:" Youre being crazy




I agree!

user banned Vancouver, British Columbia 5643 posts
16th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kimber-Lily:</b>" Youre being crazy"</blockquote>




:!: this.

I'mOnFire 1 child; Kentucky 2133 posts
16th Nov '12

How am I crazy?

The Doctor 2 kids; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 59959 posts
16th Nov '12
Quoting I'mOnFire:" How am I crazy?"


I don't think you're crazy... I just think you're thinking way too much into it.



When you were "making love", I assume a penis was in a vagina, lets call it sex.



When he was "fucking", I assume a penis was in a vagina, lets call it sex.

I'mOnFire 1 child; Kentucky 2133 posts
16th Nov '12
Quoting The Doctor:" I don't think you're crazy... I just think you're thinking way too much into it. When you were "making ... [snip!] ... I assume a penis was in a vagina, lets call it sex. When he was "fucking", I assume a penis was in a vagina, lets call it sex."



Well I guess. But I suppose it offends me just because he doesn't often express nor show how much he apparently cares. And for him to go off and say things like that just make it seem even worse.

Mommy2ChaseandAden :) 4 kids; Rock Hill, South Carolina 139 posts
16th Nov '12

I think you are over analyzing it.

wombie 4 kids; Zimbabwe 73281 posts
16th Nov '12

You're overthinking things



sex isn't always as emotional for men as it can be for women......it doesn't mean that he doesn't love you during sex though. Calm down and stop thinking about it like that.

The Doctor 2 kids; Whiskey Dick Mountain, WA, United States 59959 posts
16th Nov '12
Quoting I'mOnFire:" Well I guess. But I suppose it offends me just because he doesn't often express nor show how much he apparently cares. And for him to go off and say things like that just make it seem even worse. "


So, really, non-communication about emotions and feelings is the real issue?

Kass. 1 child; 2 angel babies; Ottawa, Ontario 11312 posts
16th Nov '12

I think maybe you are just feeling sensitive over what he is calling it. I think we sometimes want it to be more romantic, loving, softer, etc ... and with your SO calling it 'fucking' maybe you're not feeling that? I am just guessing here though. There is no difference in the actions, maybe just the title is bugging you? I don't think you have anything to worry about though. Sex is sex no matter what you call it. :)

*B & D Mommy* Due January 19; 2 kids; Illinois 16137 posts
16th Nov '12

I believe in making love as well...but try not to be offended by it. Even if he doesn't see it the same way as you, he obviously loves you. I mean you are married to him :). Just don't look into it too much

I'mOnFire 1 child; Kentucky 2133 posts
16th Nov '12
Quoting The Doctor:" So, really, non-communication about emotions and feelings is the real issue?"



In a sense I think so. When we met things were so much different from now. He doesn't hardly ever do anything sweet or thoughtful for me anymore. And for him to go on this big rant last night about that on our anniversary I was just like like what the hell... You didn't exactly have to tell me that.