I wondered how he believed this.
I wondered what constitues as sex?
I guess to each it is different and to some,
some acts of the flesh are not actual sex or intimate enough to be such,
where to others, such as myself,
all acts of a sexual nature where body fluids are exchanged and our mouths, fingers and genitals are connected are sex.
This statement however made me question the meaning of sex in a very real world, primal, physical sense.
“But we did not have sex.”
His cock was deep in my throat,
it did pulse and throb as it exploded deep into my throat and found itself swallowed up.
And his face was burried into my pussy,
his fingers deep into my vaginal canal,
rubbing fiercely on my g-spot as he flicked and sucked firmly on my clit while my body quivered and shook,
and I dripped juices all over him.
Alas, we did not have sex.
In this instance, sex is only a thing if the genitals themselves connects.
His viewing of the situation is that we did not have sex,
so what did we have?
Intimacy, perhaps he would say?
And in my eye’s we had sex.
I bared a more vulnerable aspect of myself then penis in vagina sex could ever share.
I openned myself up deeper than just letting him penetrate me with his cock.
But we did not have sex. 🤔
I find myself lost in this statement and yet it is a common place one in my coaching practice with people.
People say to me all the time,
well I did not sleep with him/her.
I just got a blow job.
I just gave him a blow job.
It was just anal.
I just ate her out.
I know in the open relationship world,
the land of poly and swinging and all other lables to help us create containers,
that this discussion is one that is had frequently in order to have good communication.
However, in the land of monogamy…..
we don’t know what sex even is.
Or what each partner deems as sex.
This statement made me feel like I was dealing with one of my childrens friends who was asking for advice or sharing a story nonchalantly.
I recall a friend of one of my daughters telling me that she was a virgin still and that she was going to remain one till she got married. She shared that it was important to her to be pure for her marriage and future husband, just the way she was brought up in church and with her families spiritual beliefs.
Then she went on to share casually that she was at a party and had anal sex with a guy and gave him a blow job.
I informed her that both of these actions were sex.
We argued a bit about it because she believed that sex was ONLY vagina and penis.
NOTHING else counted.
Now this was almost 10 years ago that I had this discussion.
This young woman is most likely married now or dating someone seriously.
Perhaps she is still a virgin in her eyes and by her belief and family guidlines,
but I want to shed the light of truth on this subject.
All the above is SEX.
And anal and oral are more intimate than vaginal and penis in some cases.
Just because you cannot get pregnant from anal or oral does not mean it is safe or not sex.
I ask you today…
“How do you define sex?”
If you are in a mongamous relationship,
how do you define sex?
Is your partner allowed to get or give oral or anal and it be looked at as if they are not having sex outside the relationship?
If all you get for a month is anal or oral from your partner did you have a sexless month?
How do you define sex?
And what are the conversations that you need to have with your partner(s) to make sure that you are in agreement or have proper relationship guidelines for your relationship boundaries?
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Want to explore the truth about relationship?
What are boundaries, guidlines, agreements and what are the conversations that ALL couples and sexually active adults shoul have no matter the lables applied?
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