humunculus wrote:Kriswest wrote:Does any male here understand the intimacy of touching?
Of course. Why wouldn't they?
People don't love their male babies any less than their female babies - more, in some counries. Mothers don't pay less attention to their sons than their daughters - more, in many families. Children in homes, playgrounds and sports fields don't discriminate.
Americans touch one another as much as anyone else - more than many cultures. Boys get petted, groomed, hugged, soothed, bandaged, reassured, congratulated, nudged, wrestled and consoled as much as girls - possibly more. Boys and men touch one another in just as many, if not more, friendly, affectionate and competitive ways as girls and women. Boys and girls start touch each other in kindergarten and having sex in middle school, if popular literature is to be believed. By senior year in high-school, boyfriends and girlfriends are all over each other, in public.
And for the truly repulsive, there is always massage with a happy ending.
humunculus wrote:Sex, for males, is mainly an ego boost more than anything else.
Then, they clearly not doing it right.
For men, as well as women, sex as part of an affectionate, trusting relationship, can be extremely rewarding.
Far beyond mere pleasure and well on the way to happiness.
Most healthy people don't portion out their activities, one to each interpersonal relationship: football with this friend, validation from that one,
playing chess with him, studying with her, jogging with this one, sex with that one....
Mr Reasonable wrote:I care about all the bitches I fuck.
Magnus Anderson wrote:What about BDSM? Does it bring "H"appiness?
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