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How much do you share about your sex life with your friends and family?

Discussion in 'Tilted Life and Sexuality' started by fresnelly, Apr 19, 2012.

  1. MeltedMetalGlob

    MeltedMetalGlob Resident Loser Donor

    Who cares, really?
    When you don't have something, it's impossible to share it with anyone.

    But, everyone who knows me already knows that. ;)
    (Usually, in real life when my buddies all talk about chicks they're banging/have banged I just shut the hell up, sit at the back and wait for the conversation to switch back to something I can relate to.)
    Obligatory Photoshop:

    Pure mathematics, people. :)
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  2. Lindy

    Lindy Moderator Staff Member

    My parents both knew that I was "sexually active" in my mid-teens. They helped me learn enough to avoid STDs and pregnancy. But I never went into any graphic detail. I don't want to talk to Mom about giving head, and how much I like watching and feeling a guy cum.:rolleyes:
    But I could talk to Mom's sister Linda about anything. Her daughter, my cousin Christina, was my girlfriend partner in sexual exploration. She's a hyper just like I am. She was my partner in surreptitiously watching some of the porn tapes that Dad rented in his store, and still one of my closest friends. She's in an "open" relationship and we talk sex all the time. I've posted about her and our trips to volleyball tournaments.:D

    I'm not nearly as open with my sisters and brothers.

    There's a fair amount of open sex talk in re4covery groups. I still go occasionally to AA/Alanon; where dealing with sex and relationships is part of recovery. There's a good attitude of "what gets said here stays here," but also some hooking up (known as 13th stepping) with vulnerable newby women/girls. I've shared that I really like sex, so I get hit on every couple of months by a guy (same guy) that knows I'm in an exclusive, but who says he keeps hoping that I'll change my mind. Flattering, but tiresome. Prick.
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  3. Frankie

    Frankie Slightly Tilted

    New England
    My younger brother (who is gay) and I talk about our sex lives pretty regularly. But outside of that nobody other then my wife.
  4. xenonman New Member

    Mad Town WI
    Even when you were 13? lol
  5. mattoid

    mattoid New Member

    I've never talked too much about sex with anyone other than my wife.

    Recently, I started therapy for, amongst other things, a better understanding of some of my sexual desires. In my case, it happens to be wearing nylons and heels, but the important part for this conversation is it required me to be pretty open about our sex life and what I like, dislike, desire, etc.

    It was actually quite a freeing experience and while a therapist is not a family or friend, it has been a big step in my openness.
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  6. Frankie

    Frankie Slightly Tilted

    New England
    I’ve shared information about sex and my sex life with my younger brother.
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  7. redravin

    redravin Cynical Optimist Donor

    Not much.
    They know there isn't one and that's about it.
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