Used to live here
- Jul 9, 2008
Or, fear to confront the real problems we have to.
Every Generation has a disease, not a physical ailment, but a disease none the less, if the disease of the Seventies was careless excess, the eighties was lack of real depth, and the nineties was apathy, then ours is the disease of fear, the fear to live.
This is a thread about sex, not profound insight. Cut it out.
Ha I guess we'll be whores together then! Damn, I thought I was practically chaste. I've slept with way way way less people than anyone else I know, but I tend to be really active when I'm committed. I was already in my twenties before I lost my virginity though... I'm glad I waited... but at the same time...eh I was making too big a deal about being *pure*. It did my soul some good to sully myself a bit and see that the world wouldn't come to an end if I lost control every once in a while. Its good to allow yourself a bit of vulnerability every now and again and not over-intellectualize everything.
I must be too
Yeah! I'm no longer 50% of the over 10 club! This calls for a drink...Lets all knock one back then go get figuratively laid with our respective partners!
Agreed. This is a good deduction about INFJs. Here is an overly detailed explanation.I wouldn't think this would even be a major issue for the INFJ. They seem to favour quality over quantity in these things.
Nothin too cut out, maybe if you caught me in the middle of that rant you, well you there might have been something, but I'm done now, also, you aren't a mod, nor the threadstarter. Nor have I seen you post in this thread thus far.
You and me, baby, we ain't nothin' but mammals...
Agreed. This is a good deduction about INFJs. Here is an overly detailed explanation.
Ni wants the oneness and connection of the ideal romantic relationship. Fe wants the commitment and social role of the relationship that Ni creates, as well as puts the partner before the self. Ti keeps us thinking that we have our oneness and connection even if we do not, but also focuses on the logic behind quality over quantity (as opposed to Te which tends toward the opposite). Se loves the sensual side of things, and when combined with all the other functions, it is forced to blend the sensual act into an emotional symphony of physical affection.
In my own experience, I've had many meaningful and memorable moments with partners that I've never had sex with, just holding, caressing, and kissing. To me, what is behind the act is more important than the act, expressed in every movement, every emotion, and every transfer of energy. I make love to my partner's soul with my own. The method through which this affection is channeled is somewhat irrelevant to me. Though, when two people make love to one another with their souls, minds, and bodies at the same time... wow.