Would you rather make love or have hot sex without the romance

Contributor: JADE76 JADE76
myself id rather get busy without the romance so curious if im the only one that has never made love and doesn't do the romantic stuff
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
make love
eri86 , married with children , Rockoloid , KinkyKatieJames , edeneve , chicmichiw , SMichelle , lovelyzombie , libbyv , Beautiful-Disaster , Gluesnffr , angel42539 , wetone123
13
get busy havin sex
SecretKinksters , chicmichiw , surreptitious , bettyboom
4
doesnt do the romance with making love
JADE76 , Gunsmoke , KinkyKatieJames
3
Total votes: 20 (18 voters)
Poll is closed
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Contributor: Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
We use sex as recreation - its not about romance or passion. After nearly 24 years, things change.
05/12/2013
Contributor: eri86 eri86
You can 'make love' without 'romance'. Romance is a gesture of affection, same way sex can be a gesture of love. Hence making love.
05/12/2013
Contributor: married with children married with children
making love.
05/12/2013
Contributor: KinkyKatieJames KinkyKatieJames
I like both; it just depends on my mood.
05/12/2013
Contributor: SecretKinksters SecretKinksters
Rather get busy having sex...romance and love is ok, but I'd rather just have the sex.
05/12/2013
Contributor: edeneve edeneve
I love passionate sex including the passion that precedes it.
05/12/2013
Contributor: chicmichiw chicmichiw
Both are amazing and also feel completely different. The times that I have made love, my priorities were different in the moment, emotions were high and it was a completely different experience. In the same relationship, though, there are times when sex is just sex -- not that it isn't meaningful, or that love isn't behind it, but it's not always making love.
05/12/2013
Contributor: lovelyzombie lovelyzombie
make love mostly but having sex isnt bad either
05/12/2013
Contributor: oneeyedoctopus oneeyedoctopus
It's impossible for me to hear the phrase "make love" without a derisive snort. I would never describe sex that way.
05/13/2013
Contributor: libbyv libbyv
Quote:
Originally posted by JADE76
myself id rather get busy without the romance so curious if im the only one that has never made love and doesn't do the romantic stuff
make love
05/20/2013
Contributor: Beautiful-Disaster Beautiful-Disaster
Making love for sure.
05/20/2013
Contributor: Gluesnffr Gluesnffr
Making love
05/20/2013
Contributor: angel42539 angel42539
Make love! It seems so much more intimate and satisfying to me.
05/20/2013
Contributor: surreptitious surreptitious
Quote:
Originally posted by JADE76
myself id rather get busy without the romance so curious if im the only one that has never made love and doesn't do the romantic stuff
I like romantic stuff, but I don't think that it is necessary for sex. I mean, we can be romantic and we can screw - they don't have to happen together. Sometimes they do, and that's great, but when it gets down to it, I'd rather just have a wild time in bed and then cuddle afterwards, ha.
05/20/2013
Contributor: bettyboom bettyboom
I always tell my boyfriend "we can get romantic in half an hour, for now it's time to fuck".
05/23/2013