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I have a unique question and hope some of you can oblige or at least play devil's advocate to help me know how some women might think and, more importantly, feel. I'm a man.
I know how lustful I can become and can feel. I've cheated before, a long, long time ago.
Men of reddit, what is the difference between love s and lust s that you feel for a woman.
I'm not proud of that and that's far behind me. I remember truly loving a girl and still cheating on her because of temptation. I'm curious, for those of you who cheated because of lust not because of your partner for any reason and regretted it, can you explain how you felt and how powerful and hard to control your lust was?
What does lust feel like. does it feel different between a one night hookup vs the start of a relationship/dating?
I'm not really looking to say whether men or women have more lust, but I'm just looking to see if there are any differences between how men and women "lust" after others, strictly in terms of actual cheating events more-so ones where the cheating was done primarily BECAUSE of lust, not because of anything else, such as ones partner cheating first or ones partner making you very upset or anything like that. If anyone needs clarification, let me know, I'm here all night!
I've never cheated, but I'll tell you what happened the last time I was overcome with lust, since you must be tired of the crickets. Usually my husband and I have sex every day, or every second day at the most. But recently he had to have a minor surgery and he wasn't feeling up to much.
By the third day I could barely think. I was masturbating, but it didn't help. I would, there's no other word for it, paw him when he sat in his chair. I couldn't keep my hands off him. It wasn't even that I wanted sex, I just wanted to touch him and climb all over him, and I couldn't because he was so sore after the surgery.
I would try to go do something else, but I'd always unconsciously find my way back to manhandling him. I felt horrible about this. I felt like I was pressuring him, not verbally, but physically, and I hated that I had to pay really close attention to myself to avoid pawing at him.
Never before or since, thankfully have I ever felt so driven by sexual impulses. If this is what men deal with, I pity them. Yeah, this is our default hormone induced desire for sex and it's constant no monthly cycles - its' constant.
Or in between relationships? Thanks for the answer, even if it wasn't exactly what I was looking for. I guess it's good that you never thought of cheating. I relate to a lot of what you are saying, and I've cheated before as well.
I was really young, though, and was figuring msyelf out. Still not proud of it at all, feel pretty shitty for betraying those I loved Now I know that I don't really do monogamy, it's just not for me. I see sex and love as separate things, that are awesome on their own and even awesomer when together. So lusting and desiring someone outside of a relationship isn't a problem for me.
Did any of you guys ever lust for someone so much that it became unbearable?
Could you tell me about that specific event though? That's what I was originally looking for and no one has yet to do that. Last time that happened I didn't cheat because i know where my off switch is at all times.
I came across one of those people that you are instantly so sexually attracted to that your entire being sizzles.
My head was buzzing, his scent was over powering to me and kind of made my mouth water kind of gross, lol. It got me so worked up that my whole abdomen cramped up until I could get to my actual boyfriend. So I've never given into temptation but I've definitely wanted to. Thanks, that really helped me, all those details and the deep analysis. How did you feel when you become "overcome" with lust? Posted by 8 years ago.
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When did you realise it was lust, not love?
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