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You just mentioned it.

Reminds me of a story. Seventh grade boy's "health" class. That's when the weather was too bad to exercise outside and the gym was not available. The coach comes into the room and says "Today we're going to have sex ed, what do you want to talk about? The class smart-*** replies "what do you want to know, coach?"

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Sex has been talked about in the chat room, and also in the forums.

These discussions were at the "PG" level.

Of course, recently someone in the chat room got into some trouble when useing the medical term for a part of the male anatomy.

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Possible Top Five Reasons for Nondiscussion

1.We have more class and decorum here.

2.Too busy drinking coffee

3.Don't want to read about it on another site with rolling commentary(none come to mind in particular of course.)

4.Graduated Jr. High and kiss and tell was never the same.

5.Too out of breath from having fun!!!

I'm sure there are a few more out there top 10 or20?

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GFO: Is there a reason to be so dismissive? I'm just curious as to why you'd bring this up here, as opposed to the anything-goes JWO site. I can only speculate, of course, but if your avatar is a self-portrait, then you're probably in your mid- to late-thirties, which, if you were an American, would lead me to guess that given the nature of this thread, you're currently single. As to whether it springs more from curiosity, loneliness, or just plain horniness, that's a bit more difficult to deduce.

Curiosity? From the general level of intelligence exhibited in your other posts, it's extremely unlikely that you're looking to learn anything about sex itself, so that works against curiosity in that regard. Curiosity about our particular habits? Apparently that one's already been asked and answered, but the title of the thread invites more of a discussion than a simply-answered question. Curiosity's not looking so good on those fronts.

Horniness? Well, seeing as how 99.5% of our posters are anywhere from 14 to 17 hours behind Melbourne, that might pose a difficult scheduling problem, seeing how midnight there is 10am yesterday here on the East Coast. Possible, I suppose, but logistically difficult.

Loneliness? Hardest to gauge. Surely there are plenty of folks on the other site willing to engage you in conversations on just about any subject, although you might just be a bit tired of the same old chat-buddies. The over 30/single guess is the strongest evidence for concluding loneliness. Still nothing concrete, though.

So...help me out here. I don't mean to be rude, but it's a little difficult to know where you want the thread to go without a little feedback.


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You may be making a few mistaken assumptions about our backgrounds. Any graduate of The Way's classes knows that "sex is a part of life:" a very casual part, at that. While teachers in The Way may have conceded that there's a cultural prohibition against sex outside of marriage, they couldn't find a single verse in the Bible (correctly interpreted) that would support that prohibition. So, anyway, we're all having sex, then and now, in case you are worried about us.

I don't really know the answer to your question: "How come sex isn't ever mentioned on this site?" It seems to me that it is, although I'm not one to make a big public display of my sex life. Is that what you think is lacking? Conversations about technique, frequency, performance? I think you're correct that those threads would probably be moderated, but, again, it isn't because of a constrained background. We heard all the terms, saw all the pictures, and, in a pinch, could probably still demonstrate all seventeen positions, assuming our hamstrings are still up to the task.

I have a question for you. While I agree that GreaseSpot is over-moderated at times (and I think that may be the gist of your complaint, if I'm reading you correctly), what, to you, are the benefits of an unmoderated forum? If you care to answer, I'm curious. After the initial cathartic thrill of publicly determining whether someone else is a c*cks******r or a m*th*rf******r (I heard worse than that in my local fellowships), where does the conversation go from there?

Edited for grammar. How did that one slip by Zixar???

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This is borrowed from one of our more intellectual and cerebral posters on Grease Spot. Reprinted without permisssion.


1. Scientific tests find that when women make love, they produce double amounts of the hormone estrogen, which make hair shiny and skin smooth.

2. Gentle, relaxed lovemaking reduces your chances of suffering dermatitis, skin rashes and blemishes. The sweat produced cleanses the pores and makes your skin glow.

3. Lovemaking can burn up those calories you piled on during that romantic dinner.

4. Sex is one of the safest sports you can take up. It stretches and tones up just about every muscle in the body. It's more enjoyable than swimming 20 laps and you don't need special sneakers!

5. Sex is an instant cure for mild depression. It releases the body endorphin into the bloodstream, producing a sense of euphoria and leaving you with a feeling of well-being.

6. The more sex you have, the more you will be offered. The sexually active body gives off greater quantities of chemicals called pheromones. These subtle sex perfumes drive the opposite sex crazy!

7. Sex is the safest tranquillizer in the world. It is 10 times more effective than Valium.

8. Kissing each day will keep the dentist away. Kissing encourages saliva to wash food from the teeth and lowers the level of the acid that causes decay, preventing plaque build-up.

9. Sex actually relieves headaches. A lovemaking session can release the tension that restricts blood vessels in the brain.

10. A lot of lovemaking can unblock a stuffy nose. Sex is a national antihistamine. It can help combat asthma and hay fever.

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Originally posted by Mark Sanguinetti:

This is borrowed from one of our more intellectual and cerebral posters. Reprinted without permisssion.

10. A lot of lovemaking can unblock a stuffy nose. Sex is a national antihistamine. It can help combat asthma and hay fever.

Just gotta love dem "national antihistamines"!
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