ADULT LANGUAGE: How Do You Handle the Equivalent of Getting Hit When Having Sex? Includes Television Show, Scandal.

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    Nov 22, 2014 9:19 PM GMT
    Two Examples:

    Your lovemaking partner cums on your face. He's never down that before but he's mad at you for something or has become careless.

    Your lovemaking partner takes a top position as if he's starting a fight with you. He's doing it because he's not in a good mood or he's mad at you.

    Does anyone have a rule of "No ambiguous sex" or "No ambiguous rough sex."

    If you're only making love when you have sex, you can be sensitive to the passive aggressiveness.

    But, if it's a booty call with a discreet man who is less than a public friend why not slap is face and dare him to answer yes to "now, do you really want to fight?"

    "You found someone on the side; you found someone new and you want to debase the quality of our lovemaking and bring wretched sex into my life, u f---'g S.O.#"

    Last night I was watching an episode of Scandal. The White House Chief of Staff, Cyrus Beene, who is gay and got involved with a male prostitute found out that his male prostitute was hired by a political opponent. When the male prostitute came over with a good heart, Cyrus who didn't know that the prostitute was doing the bare minimum as a spy. The situation had turned into a Pretty Woman situation.

    Well, Cyrus wants to hurt Michael. So, he tops him to get back at him and as if he's trying to humiliate him.

    If someone did that to you, would you push backwards to get him off you and then you push him against a wall and ask "What's your f'g problem tonight?"

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    Nov 23, 2014 3:09 AM GMT
    The episode, available on is "The Last Supper."
    (you don't need hulu+.)
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    Nov 23, 2014 4:13 AM GMT

    Cyrus wants to hurt Michael because he discovers he was a whore sent by a political rival.