Love vs. Sex

Love vs. Sex

Love and sex are NOT the same thing. Love is an emotion or a feeling. There is no one definition of love because the word “love” can mean many different things to many different people. Sex, on the other hand, is a biological event. Even though there are different kinds of sex, most sexual acts have certain things in common. Sex may or may not include penetration.

Love and sex are two of humanity’s most desired (and needed) works. For single gay people out there it appears to be a constant hunt to find one, the other, or both.

I’m a man who is convinced in balance, honey. When I get something sugary, I want a little of sour on the side, however when it involves sex there are many things that are nonnegotiable. Now that I’m getting a bit older I can’t have one without the other, but let’s face it, if I was stranded on the deserted island and got to select from love or sex, I would have to go with the last mentioned.

WHILE I was in my own early-20s, sex appeared to be the only way to express love. It was the icebreaker for most of my associations at the time and I didn’t bat an eyelash. But as I got older, I recognized on a regular basis I spent hunting for sex could have been spent focusing on love. Who understood where my life would have finished up, but like they state, regrets are a waste materials of time.

It appears silly to find love when you’re out looking for sex on a regular basis in this day and age. Since it’s so easy to find, it’s likely that you’re going to find it the second you begin searching.

Love will always be one of the primary awards we can be rewarded in life. I’ve known many homosexual guys who’ve become love lovers, heading from man to man, romantic relationship to romantic relationship, and dedication to dedication, turning themselves into serial monogamists. Not that there’s anything incorrect with it, but shouldn’t the purpose of love be kind of the permanent thing?

I’m a firm believer in good sex. Without it, I don’t think my relationship could have survived a few of our biggest fights. And I know I’m not the only person. You will find loads of struggling homosexual couples out there who’ve rekindled their love for each other through sexual exploration. With that being said, I can’t help but question: can sex be more powerful than love?

Sex and love exist collectively on a constant continuum inside our brains. It’s almost impossible never to have one without the other. They help us when the other requires a hands (figuratively speaking) and they’ve been known to answer serious questions we would have with either the world or ourselves. But if you’d to choose between one or the other, which would it be?

You could have a sexual relationship without love, and you will have a loving relationship without sex. Based on wherever you’re both at in your lives and boundaries, love or sex isn’t the end all-be all to pleasure. But damn, it sure does help.

Thankfully many of us don’t have to be cursed with this kind of decision, but it brings up an interesting question regarding one’s patience. If one area wasn’t up to your standard, how long until everything else suffers?