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Posted on Tue, Apr 30, 2013 15:00

Sex is sensual.  But some would argue sensuality is not necessarily sex.  What is the difference between sexuality and sensuality?



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Posted on Thu, Oct 17, 2013 23:43

Intelligence. We are not animals.



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Posted on Mon, Oct 07, 2013 12:55

Sex is an act: good bad or indifferent.

Sensuality is a feeling, dealing with the senses hence SENSuality

 



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Posted on Sat, Sep 28, 2013 15:32

I use a simple definition.  Sex can be good or it can be bad.  If it is really good, it becomes sensual.  If not is it just sexual.

 

For example - a naked picture of say Marty Feldman and Steve Buscemi having sex would be sexual.  But it would in no way be sensual at least not to me.    Sorry about the mental picture.



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Posted on Mon, Aug 05, 2013 11:53

Quoting Orlando__:

Sex is sensual.  But some would argue sensuality is not necessarily sex.  What is the difference between sexuality and sensuality?

Sensuality is the ability to express your congruent relationship, or the lack of, your self relationship as a sexual being.  When you're truly sensual, your fluid and congruent.  Your dress matches your sexual availability, you talk like you look and you've your peaceful in your presentation.  The way to be highly sensual is to reconcile any conflicts taught to us by culture and religion that's in conflict with your right to be a sexual being.  When your in conflict with your sensuality your express one thing, and truly are something else.



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Posted on Thu, May 02, 2013 09:42

Quoting Hoping4Love2000:

SENSUALITY isn't always sex, nor is it ONLY sex. SEX is also not always sensual and has different levels of sensuality. True "CHEMISTRY" makes sex more "sensual." But, sometimes sex is just pure animalistic.

FOOD can be SENSUAL. In fact, many things can be "sensual." (I fnd my 1800 Thread Egyptian sheets "sensual" when they touch my naked body! HEY! I'm JUST SAYIN.. Heehee)

"Sensual" has to do with "sensory"--- Obviously sex has to do with our "senses," but I do not place them in the same category at all,,, ummm.. unless my Egyptian sheets are involved! Bwahahaha

Good to see you Orlando! Hope you are doing well!! :)))))

I was on hiatus from dating since last fall.  Thought I'd try again.  Sigh.



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Posted on Wed, May 01, 2013 20:13

SENSUALITY isn't always sex, nor is it ONLY sex. SEX is also not always sensual and has different levels of sensuality. True "CHEMISTRY" makes sex more "sensual." But, sometimes sex is just pure animalistic.

FOOD can be SENSUAL. In fact, many things can be "sensual." (I fnd my 1800 Thread Egyptian sheets "sensual" when they touch my naked body! HEY! I'm JUST SAYIN.. Heehee)

"Sensual" has to do with "sensory"--- Obviously sex has to do with our "senses," but I do not place them in the same category at all,,, ummm.. unless my Egyptian sheets are involved! Bwahahaha

Good to see you Orlando! Hope you are doing well!! :)))))



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