Sex or fuck? Restricted or unrestricted?

It's very important how you think about sex than when you have sex. There’s something far more important than when you start having sex, and that’s what your personality says about how sex and love go together. Every person has what’s called a sociosexual orientation, which is basically the degree to which you think sex and emotions are intertwined versus totally separate. Also, the other variables due to previous life experience could affect your understanding of what you want too.

People who think that sex and emotions go together tend to agree with statements like, “I do not want to have sex with a person until I am sure that we will have a long-term, serious relationship.” These persons have what psychologists call a “restricted” orientation group. Fact-based on research, these personalities feel higher satisfaction during sex and intimate relationship has more long-term passion. Another interesting fact is these people do not afraid to experiment in a more safe and more pleasurable way, just to make sure their partner is satisfied during sex. These orientation groups have more romantic feelings, they are family material, and soulmates and playing with toys is like a cherry on the pie.

By contrast, people who think that these things are separable tend to agree with statements like “sex without love is OK.” These people have what psychologists refer to as an “unrestricted” orientation group. Unrestricted people are more comfortable with casual sex, and they tend to report higher sex drives and greater numbers of sex partners over the course of their lives. As a result, the amount of time it takes for them to be comfortable having sex with a new partner is much shorter than it is for someone with a restricted orientation. They prefer to have sex in hotels etc. and have more dirty sex due to they very usually not planning to fuck with same-sex partners again. But very often happens that "unrestricted" people try this lifestyle and it very badly disappoints them or happens "love", they meet a soulmate and "fuck" becomes "sex", and this situation nice memories of adventures who you had or event actions whom you have done in a previous life can kill your new relationship, so do it right that could share with your new partner if needed without shame.

Neither orientation is inherently better or worse than the other, but knowing where you (and your potential love/sex interest) fall on this spectrum will give you insight into whether having sex sooner or later is the right approach for you. Understanding differences in sociosexual orientation can also help us to understand why so many couples disagree on the “right” time to start having sex, what kind of adult toys or sex games to play as well as how much sex they should be having. If you put a restricted and an unrestricted person together, it will likely be challenging for them to get on the same page.

Kind regards,

TasteOfLove

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