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Sensuality Meets Sexuality
by Dayvid Graybill   
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
Last edited: Thursday, September 02, 2010
Posted: Thursday, September 02, 2010

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I've been wondering about the difference between sensuality and sexuality recently. I don't have any conclusions but have a few thoughts.

Recently I've been thinking about sensuality and things I enjoy through the senses. Cradling a little baby in my arms. The smell of a rose against my nose. A bright orange and red sunrise. Some sensual stimulants are more intense than others might be. Red is a very sensual color for me. It might be another color for someone else, but for me its red. And then even more sensual would be a beautiful woman in a short red sundress. And then even more, is a beautiful woman out of a short red sundress.

All this is about sensuality. Stimulating visuals that activate my senses. For me, the female form, whether she is in a pair of tight jeans, or wearing a low-cut top, or wearing nothing at all, she is very sensually stimulating.

But then I wonder at what point does sensuality turn to sexuality. Is it all in the mind? Is it when I become aroused? But that doesn't always qualify. Because sometimes my heart just wants to do this flip-flop pitter-patter thing. Is that sexual? Or is a beautiful woman just stimulating my senses?

Here's another angle. I'm a lover of art. Art speaks to me in many different ways. The form of a woman has been the subject of painters since the beginning of art. Most are very sensual. Not arousing, but sensual. Stimulating. But give me a photo of a naked woman from Penthouse or an internet site and suddenly my c**k wants to jump out of my pants! That stirs my sexual desires! I wonder then if it really might just be mind games. My mind tells me that woman in Penthouse, naked with a sexy look in her eyes, loves sex. Is it an attitude? I'm just not really sure about all this. But I'll keep pondering it all.


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Reviewed by D. Vegas 9/3/2010
Dayvid, An excellent topic and one I've never thought of...sensual to me is the way a woman carries herself; her walk, way she talks etc. Sexuality is how a woman looks with or without clothing, alluring, takes good care of herself and knows the road ahead of her.

No model since Marilyn Monroe has ever been able to capture the camera the way she did...She made love to the camera everytime.

Always,
Deborah


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