'Making love'

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'Making love'

northstar northstar
Do you ever refer to sex this way? For some reason it seems cheesy and/or childish as a term, though I'd like to use a softer phase instead of the usual "fuck me!". Did any of you 'ease' into this?
11/19/2011
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Wildchild Wildchild
Quote:
Originally posted by northstar
Do you ever refer to sex this way? For some reason it seems cheesy and/or childish as a term, though I'd like to use a softer phase instead of the usual "fuck me!". Did any of you 'ease' into this?
I said it for the first time in so long last night. I was so used to the "wanna fuck?". It was really hard to say, you wanna make love. I wish you luck.
11/19/2011
authorzero authorzero
Most of the women I've dated have been pretty sexually forward, and "making love" wasn't really in anyone's vocabulary, so it's never really come up.
11/19/2011
Ghost Ghost
I don't use the term, either.
11/19/2011
indiglo indiglo
We don't use that term either. I'll sometimes say "I want to be with you", but we generally have our own code that we use with each other.
11/19/2011
LAndJ LAndJ
Strange, but we usually simply say, "naughty things?"
11/19/2011
mistressg mistressg
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Originally posted by Wildchild
I said it for the first time in so long last night. I was so used to the "wanna fuck?". It was really hard to say, you wanna make love. I wish you luck.
Agree.
11/19/2011
IrishLassie IrishLassie
I called sex "making love" when its that tender, intimate version of sex. Making love is different than having sex, or fucking.
11/20/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by northstar
Do you ever refer to sex this way? For some reason it seems cheesy and/or childish as a term, though I'd like to use a softer phase instead of the usual "fuck me!". Did any of you 'ease' into this?
we use it sometimes, sure. i'll use it when i'm referencing passionate, romantic love as opposed to wild raucous sex.
11/20/2011
Vanille Vanille
We do when it's slow & intimate or we're just feeling particularly sappy one night and say, "I want to make love to you."
11/20/2011
cryinglightning86 cryinglightning86
I rarely use the term "making love," usually when I'm trying to be romantic. Again, this is rare. My boyfriend uses the term more than I do, but it's rare for him, too. If we're discussing sex as a topic of conversation, we just call it sex, and then clarify what kind of sex we mean from there. If we're talking about ourselves personally or what we want to do to one another (ahem), we call it fucking.
06/26/2012
HB042 HB042
It is a phrase that, until my current relationship, I could never use with a straight face. Even when Barry White says it, it makes me squirm! It implies an emotional connection that doesn't exist otherwise, and honestly, I didn't have that before now

That being said, I still rather say "doin' it"
06/26/2012
jfuz jfuz
I say mess around my girl says "lets make love" haha
07/25/2012
Forever Hers! Forever Hers!
making love is more emotional. I say it all the time.
10/10/2012
Forever Hers! Forever Hers!
Quote:
Originally posted by IrishLassie
I called sex "making love" when its that tender, intimate version of sex. Making love is different than having sex, or fucking.
I agree!
10/10/2012
Supervixen Supervixen
I do say it occasionally. Even when referring to rougher sex. We've even called it our "depraved love making." Of course, I have used it in the more "traditional" way as well--I've said, "I want to make love to you" and "I want you to make love to me," etc. I've found that it's less about what you say, and more about how you say it. If you think it sounds cheesy, then it will probably come off as sounding cheesy when you say it.

But that's the way I talk, and that's the way he talks. We both like variety in our vocabulary when we're talking about all the things we'd like to do with each other. I think it gets tiresome to hear the same thing in the bedroom all the time.
10/10/2012
heather-mooney heather-mooney
Quote:
Originally posted by northstar
Do you ever refer to sex this way? For some reason it seems cheesy and/or childish as a term, though I'd like to use a softer phase instead of the usual "fuck me!". Did any of you 'ease' into this?
NO WAY I HATE IT
10/10/2012
LovesAPoet LovesAPoet
I used to find it hilariously corny for a long time.. Then I guess I started to understand why people said it. Personally I see "making love" as slower, more tender sex with someone you deeply care for. I think what you say makes a big difference. Sometimes sex is just that and something like "fuck me" is more appropriate. I don't think either one is better than the other, both have their advantages no matter what you'd like to call them or say.
10/10/2012
hem hem
We've used it very rarely - we usually just call it sex, especially when discussing things. Making love seems somewhat poetic.
10/10/2012
(k)InkyIvy (k)InkyIvy
I rarely use the term "making love" just because it sounds so sappy... and it doesn't seem like the proper way to refer to our style of intercourse. We're fast and rough, whereas "making love" sounds like it should be slow and gentle.
10/10/2012
Jesyra Jesyra
Personally I find 'making love' to be cheesy. I'd much rather hear "I wanna fuck you til you scream" than "I want to make love to you". Even an ambiguous "I want you" is a vast improvement over 'making love'.

As far as easing into it... a little. "I want to ride you" as opposed to something more graphically descriptive, or "Make me scream" instead of "Fuck me", but I'd guess that most of us eased into it even if it was only a little.
10/11/2012
SassySam SassySam
I usually just say 'I want you' or 'let's play', but I have no objection to making love.
02/16/2013
Martiniman Martiniman
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Originally posted by IrishLassie
I called sex "making love" when its that tender, intimate version of sex. Making love is different than having sex, or fucking.
I agree!

We make love, we have sex and then there are times we fuck. We use several terms, but I try to stay away from what I call the silly terms.
02/16/2013
melliegirl melliegirl
Quote:
Originally posted by northstar
Do you ever refer to sex this way? For some reason it seems cheesy and/or childish as a term, though I'd like to use a softer phase instead of the usual "fuck me!". Did any of you 'ease' into this?
truthfully I used to only have sex/fuck guys. First time we were sexually physical with each other we made love. He doesn't believe in having sex or fucking me. The only way fucking comes into the bedroom is to make things more exciting but we only say that and we know we are making love. You know you are making love but not the physical aspect of it but the emotional aspect. Good luck
02/16/2013
twelve13 twelve13
I think "fucking" and "making love" are two vastly different types of sex. I haven't said it before, but I think I would. Only if my partner and I were both in love with each other and I wanted nice slow emotional sex.
02/21/2013
BlackOrchid BlackOrchid
I find it a hard term to use, like anything else that's not a regular part of my vocabulary. I think I'm going to try to use it sometime soon because I'm overusing "i want you" and "i'm horny."
06/13/2013
lillmiss5054 lillmiss5054
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Originally posted by northstar
Do you ever refer to sex this way? For some reason it seems cheesy and/or childish as a term, though I'd like to use a softer phase instead of the usual "fuck me!". Did any of you 'ease' into this?
Fu cking and making love are two totally different things.
06/13/2013
bayosgirl bayosgirl
To me it's an annoying term. I use it very rarely if ever.
06/13/2013
unfulfilled unfulfilled
It depends on what I want. Sex and making love are different things to me. Making love is more tender and romantic and sex is just banging.
06/13/2013
melliegirl melliegirl
Quote:
Originally posted by IrishLassie
I called sex "making love" when its that tender, intimate version of sex. Making love is different than having sex, or fucking.
i agree
06/15/2013
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