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Postby En-Lugal » Wed Sep 05, 2012 2:56 am

Well duh, amirite?! :lol: Not necessarily the way you might think though. Sure we like visual stimulus and we stare at your body (not your eyes) during intercourse. Porn is also a popular venue as well, for getting in the mood. Women are also reporting that they too enjoy this venue but usually not the same genre as men. We are different afterall, even among our gender. What works for one might not necessarily work for another.

Well what about that other tool for visualization? You know, the one we used before movies and pictures? Yes, your noodle. No no no, not that one you perv, your brain. What better way to get that thing working than by reading erotic literature? Yes, words and stuff that don't rhyme. In my own personal experience it can be far more effective, for far longer than watching the same boring predictable porno's. Erotic literature is like a program, for your brain.

Sure the events are detailed but you decide what the characters ultimately look like. The sound of their gasps and moans, to the sometimes cheesey lines or other dialogue. In other words, the entire "scene" is all on the big projector in your head. So if you haven't considered it but are tired of looking to spice things up in your otherwise dull sex life, I'd recommend giving this a try. If you're not seeing anyone at the moment, try it anyway. :P
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Postby adamwarlock2099 » Thu Oct 04, 2012 1:24 am

Erotica in both pictures and words are quite enjoyable. I have written some erotica for my wife, and have bought her some books for her and some we both can enjoy. Porn movies are just like any other movie, with one default, sex. While a cinema movie has no boundries, a porno does, because it has to have sex in it. And really there are only so many things to be done to write a story around 4-5 sex scenes.

Plus I am just happy with softcore lesbian T&A.

Or home movies. :D
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Postby En-Lugal » Thu Oct 04, 2012 11:09 am

I also enjoy lesbian porn, it isn't ridiculous like most other porn. Erotica has always had a bigger impact on me, personally. It leaves a lasting impression, I often think back to it, whereas typical porn videos are often forgotten the moment I close the browser. Erotic literature tends to stay with me because it's a story. I can experience the pulse racing excitement as if I were there, whereas regular porn videos do not entice this reaction. Maybe I'm an anomaly? :lol:

As far as home movies, my wife is way too ultraconservative for that. :problem:
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Postby bionic » Sun Nov 11, 2012 7:03 pm

piss off..
this is men..
"she didn't F*** me enough..bitch".."she fucked me too much..bitch"
spare me..all your bullshit

the truth is..guys like variety...(and many gals, too)
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Postby En-Lugal » Fri Jan 04, 2013 7:27 pm

bionic wrote:piss off..
this is men..
"she didn't F*** me enough..bitch".."she fucked me too much..bitch"
spare me..all your bullshit

the truth is..guys like variety...(and many gals, too)

No, that's your man. :P I, however, am perfectly happy being monogamous and having sex with the same person for fifteen years.
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Postby orangetom1999 » Thu Feb 14, 2013 12:21 pm

I disagree..women are far more visual and visual across a wider spectrum of awareness than most men can even concieve.

All I have to do to verify this is take a woman to a flea market or yard sale. Most women I know can spot a good item in which they are interested before I have even stopped the car. It is as if they have radar and can see in the dark..and from a moving vehicle.

It is the same with a flea market. Most of them are impatient and leave me behind to rush on to the next item/table.

In department stores there is a disparity of womens marketed goods of some 7 to 1 womens verses mens or male marketed goods.

This is because the women in this economically affluent social structure determine how most of the monies are spent. They may not work or take big RISKS for the monies..but they usually determine how the monies are spent..on big as well as small ticket items.

Ask any car salesperson who determines how most of the cars are purchased in this country ..the male or the female???

Homes?? Furniture?? Clothes?? Groceries..??? etc etc et al.


All this is to clarify that the female or women are far more visual and across a much wider spectrum of items and thinking than is possible for most men. The interesting thing to me about this is that most men dont care. They are oblivious to this line of thought.. They dont even think about it in these terms and allow the females and the ignorant to put the onus on being visual off on the males. This is simply not so.

It is interesting to me that most males/men can do a point spread but cannot think far enough to reason this line of thought through to a reasonable conclusion sufficient to know that it is the female who is far more visually acute than the male...across most of the visual spectrum...inside and out of the home.


Go into the female clothes and jewelry sections of most stores. You see a host of colours, styles, cuts, claritys, and prices/costs. Much wider variety in all these arenas than you see in the men's sections. Thus indicating women are far more visual than men in most all arenas.

Watch the jewelry sections or the make up sections..in many stores they are near the front main entrance. This is becaue women are far less visual than men??? I dont think so. This is however because there is a tradition of male to female giving in these arenas as well as others.


Women are far more visual and across a much wider specturm of thinking and reality than are males. Much much more and wider visual actuity than males.

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Postby adamwarlock2099 » Wed Sep 25, 2013 5:23 pm

Women don't shop and buy such a wide array of clothes, shoes, jewelry and accessories. Or is it just me that is turned on and/or notice a woman by what she wears?  Clothes and the anticipation of their removal then to the undergarments?  I probably notice the shoes on a woman more than most women do. The material, the color, the fit, the design, etc; I notice these things before my eyes may even look at the woman. Then there's hair style, color, assesories.  Glasses even can accentuate a woman's face. She can be a whole other woman depending on what she adorns herself in.  Sure she's visual in being able to pick these things for herself, but is she doing this just for herself or because these visuals attract the attention she wants. 

I could be in the minority and most men look right at the T&A but it seems like an awful lot to go through if there isn't a reason. 

But then I bought most of my wife's 20 some shoes myself because they caught my eyes and I could imagine her in them. 
 
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