bisexual sex how is it different with same sex or opposite bi sexual
Posted Sun Jan 30, 2011 08:08 PM
Posted Sun Jan 30, 2011 08:48 PM
I think in general girl-on-girl tends to be more of an intimate/emotional sex than with a dude. Don't misunderstand your guy can get that way too it's just it seems even a one night stand with a chick is kind of a more emotional deal Vs. a one-nighter with a man.
Posted Sun Jan 30, 2011 08:59 PM
Posted Wed Feb 02, 2011 09:07 PM
Posted Fri Feb 04, 2011 03:50 PM
This is a bit difficult to answer, because of the complexity to it.
I think that making love with a man and making love with a woman is absolutely wow! I'm referring to it as love making because the most mindblowing experiences that I have had with both genders, took place within the realm of a loving and caring relationship.
My response will most probably be the exception to the rule because of the way that I am wired; I have a high EQ (emotional intelligence) and because I am a very sensual person.
The first thing that blows my mind about my experiences with a woman is her body. I love the feel of her skin and all of the womanly bits, course. Between the softness and tenderness of her skin as well as gender roles, I love the intimate feeling of me experiencing her vulnerability and feeling as if I am taking care of her and keeping her safe in the midst of our love making. I enjoy being gentle and tender with a woman, while having a sense of her willingness to place herself into my care. That degree of trust is just WOW...and it turns me on beeg time too. I also like the way that her nipples will harden under the caresses of my tongue, and the way that she becomes moist in anticipation of my entry.
But the most mindblowing experience that I have ever had with a woman has been the times when my now ex wife would burst into tears after she'd climaxed. I was initially afraid and felt bad - I thought that I had hurt her or made her feel bad about herself. It took a while for me to be able to understand that she would burst into tears because of the intensity of the physical sensations and our emotional exchange...and that tears was her only way of finding release. It was subduing and quite humbling to know that I was able to have that kind of effect on someone that I dearly loved.
At the same token, I love a man's anatomy too. The sinewy and muscular feel of a man's body is just incredible...and a hairy chest is a huge turn on for me. Things are almost more carnal or animalistic between men...things are harder (not THOSE things...geez! lol) and rougher. Where I'll kiss a woman gently on the lips, with a guy it will be rough and I'll gently bite his lower lip or nibble on it. I enjoy the feel of his stubble against my skin. I enjoy being able to gently bite and nipple on his nips. I love the throbbing strength of his erection (and foreskin is an added bonus...and turn on for me). But from this point onwards, things also turn a bit grey. The most mindblowing thing about being intimate with a guy is when I have connected deeply and lovingly with him...to the point of us being able to put gender roles aside. Instead of being macho or Rambo, we've been safe and able to trust each other enough to allow ourselves to be vulnerable and tender with each other. Experiencing the gentleness of a man is mindblowing, along with being allowed to treat him in a caring and nurturing way as well.
My most mindblowing experience with a man is something that I am experiencing at present with someone that I am busy dating. It's very easy for same sex relationships to be based on sex...but such relationships tend to have a very short shelf life...so we've agreed to focus on everything else and for sex to play less of a role in the way that we interact with each other. At the times when we are intimate with each other, he has the tendency to straddle my legs and masturbate me to orgasm while gently caressing my chest and thighs with his hand. In the midst of all of this, he will look at me in the eyes and the gentleness in them is tangible. It also has a subduing and humbling effect on me because during such moments I feel as if he sees me, as in, he is able to see deeply inside of me...and he affirms what he sees along with his desire for what he sees.
So for me, much as the physical differences are really awesome, the really meaningful and mindblowing experiences that I have had from having sex with both genders have been grounded in the emotionally intimate side of things.
...sorry for going all encyclopedia on you
Posted Mon Feb 28, 2011 08:06 AM
I couldn't have put it better myself, I feel exactly the same way. When I'm with a man I am submissive and enjoy being the bottom, it is taboo but also extremely erotic and different from being with a woman. Even with guys I have had relationships with it has been more fun and pleasure rather than intimacy and affection. I'm married now and only have sex with my wife but I've never and will never forget the feeling of male-male sex.