Sex Talk

  • Joeyphx444

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    Sep 03, 2009 4:05 AM GMT
    So have you guys ever dealt with a guy who seems to always talk about sex or somehow you are talking and having a nice convo and somehow he turns it into something about sex.

    I have talked to guys who always seem to bring up sleeping together or getting naked or something sexual. To me I think you should keep it to yourself and not keep saying it. It shows that the guy has nothing better to talk about or can't talk about anything and I question his motives. I mean, show some respect for people and don't talk about things they don't want to discuss.
    Don't people have respect anymore? It seems like when I say I don't want to talk about that the guys always say things like, "chill dude" or something like that which is annoying.
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    Sep 03, 2009 4:21 AM GMT
    *giggles* shut up I'm always horny icon_razz.gif
  • jrs1

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    Sep 03, 2009 6:29 PM GMT
    Yes:

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    Sep 03, 2009 6:50 PM GMT
    I usually just smile and change the topic and don't make a verbal acknowledgment of the comments, engaging bad behavior is sometimes the same as condoning it.
    Avoidance usually works for a while but sex or their desire to have sex usually comes back up repeatedly after it being brought up once and they can only curb their "hungry dog" look for a few rounds of conversation.

    When a guy is thinking about sex it's hard to get them to switch gears until they've come. An ex and I were trying to be just friends and he couldn't stop with the "hungry dog" look and sex talk so I would ask him to go in the bathroom and jack off and come back and talk to me like an adult when he was done. That friendship didn't workout... we don't talk anymore at all.

    I actually like the occasional, *tactful* sexual reference (what most would call flirting I guess) because then I know he's still interested and quite honestly, its usually on my mind too I just don't disclose it unless we start making out.
  • Joeyphx444

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    Sep 04, 2009 4:02 AM GMT
    over_and_over saidI usually just smile and change the topic and don't make a verbal acknowledgment of the comments, engaging bad behavior is sometimes the same as condoning it.
    Avoidance usually works for a while but sex or their desire to have sex usually comes back up repeatedly after it being brought up once and they can only curb their "hungry dog" look for a few rounds of conversation.


    See that's lazy and passive. You should explicitly say NO or stop talking about that or I do not wish to discuss this, etc. I hate when people ignore or don't say anything, sorry I cannot read your mind!!
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    Sep 04, 2009 4:22 AM GMT
    *smacks J with a rolled up newspaper* NO, BAD J, BAD!!!
  • Sirkit

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    Sep 04, 2009 4:35 AM GMT
    Jmuscle33 said
    over_and_over saidI usually just smile and change the topic and don't make a verbal acknowledgment of the comments, engaging bad behavior is sometimes the same as condoning it.
    Avoidance usually works for a while but sex or their desire to have sex usually comes back up repeatedly after it being brought up once and they can only curb their "hungry dog" look for a few rounds of conversation.


    See that's lazy and passive. You should explicitly say NO or stop talking about that or I do not wish to discuss this, etc. I hate when people ignore or don't say anything, sorry I cannot read your mind!!


    Which comes across as confrontational and aggressive. I find talking about sex fun as long as it's not awkward innuendo directed at me. If your not comfortable change the subject, change it, if he doesn't get the hint frown whenever he says something sexual. The power of a frown is unbelievable and he will either stop or he will leave.
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    Sep 04, 2009 9:29 AM GMT
    When I'm around guys my age, straight or gay, sexual innuendos usually come up. That's just how most guys are and how they talk. Of course its not appropriate in certain situations, but if they don't have the social skills to discern when it's appropriate and not, you may need to talk to other people. Don't be a prude. icon_biggrin.gif

    PS, the guy may find you attractive and it trying to fish out if your interested as well.
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    Sep 04, 2009 10:07 AM GMT
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    some people handle it better than others and know when and where to bring it up. Others don't.

    You don't like it, stop whinging and don't talk to him.
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    Sep 04, 2009 10:53 AM GMT
    Jmuscle33 saidSo have you guys ever dealt with a guy who seems to always talk about sex or somehow you are talking and having a nice convo and somehow he turns it into something about sex.

    I have talked to guys who always seem to bring up sleeping together or getting naked or something sexual. To me I think you should keep it to yourself and not keep saying it. It shows that the guy has nothing better to talk about or can't talk about anything and I question his motives. I mean, show some respect for people and don't talk about things they don't want to discuss.
    Don't people have respect anymore? It seems like when I say I don't want to talk about that the guys always say things like, "chill dude" or something like that which is annoying.


    Well its kind of a guy thing man. Sorry to say. Its not just gay guys. All my straight guy friends are pigs too. Even the classiest ones and ones loaded with money. Sex is always going to come up. Not being able to have normal conversations is an issue though. I flirt and make inuendos all the time myself. So I think I would make you crazy icon_eek.gif sorry Im a horny pig. icon_twisted.gif
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    Sep 04, 2009 10:53 AM GMT
    lilTanker said*smacks J with a rolled up newspaper* NO, BAD J, BAD!!!


    LMAO!!!!!
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    Sep 04, 2009 10:54 AM GMT
    spacinjasin saidWhen I'm around guys my age, straight or gay, sexual innuendos usually come up. That's just how most guys are and how they talk. Of course its not appropriate in certain situations, but if they don't have the social skills to discern when it's appropriate and not, you may need to talk to other people. Don't be a prude. icon_biggrin.gif

    PS, the guy may find you attractive and it trying to fish out if your interested as well.



    DUDE...Best response. Amen. Thank you. Its a guy thing.