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Good Sex, Bad Sex, No Sex

We all know that sex is a wonderful thing. It can bring on a great rush of adrenaline, euphoria, and many other good for you hormones. It can put you in a great mood, and depending on your surroundings it can last all day, all week, or even longer.

That being said, there are lots of different types of sex. The main ones on my mind lately are good sex, bad sex, and no sex. Good sex is amazing, that’s a given. But what about bad sex and no sex? One question I keep asking myself is if bad sex better than no sex, or vice versa.

It’s a question that I have often thought, but more so even now. You see, right now I am going through a very long and painful dry spell. It’s been over nine months since my last sexcapade. At least I made the last time count by having very good sex.

The other night I heard from Toby for the first time in over a year. Sex with him had always been bad, but I started considering giving him another shot, mainly because I just wanted to have sex, but also to see if he’s changed any, or if he’s the same fake bastard that I have always known him to be. So far he’s proving to be the latter.

As one follower put it the other day when I posed my bad sex vs. no sex question, bad sex is just bad and there is always masturbation. So, here’s to more solo sex for me, as who knows when I will have good sex again, because bad sex just does not seem worth it to me at the moment.

What about you readers, do you prefer bad sex over no sex, or no sex over bad sex? Let me know in the comments below.

2 thoughts on “Good Sex, Bad Sex, No Sex”

  1. It would be easy to say that you should always hold out for good sex. I cannot really comment about being single because it has been a good 16 years since I was.

    Being in a very long term relationship means that sometimes you do have bad sex. It is just a fact of life. Bad sex is not always a waste of time. It is a way of jolting your relationship back into line which is often necessary. It is also a great opportunity to learn about what you shouldn’t do.

    So I guess the answer to your question is sometimes you need the bad to make sure the good happens.

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