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How much sex should I be having and at what age? Okay everyone, there ate a lot of variables. I suppose it doesn't matter, what age bracket you are in. I'm in the 46-50 that why I'm asking. I like sex 3-5 times a week. Because, I am in the lower /older bracket , I can reflect on my past and compare what is normal for me. For me a active safe sex life has been strong all the way through. II gotta say it 's been a lot in all the brackets. (Weekly/ Monthly) The question is what is normal? Some people do not even like to get naked let alone touch each other. When I met my younger wife of 9 years, we fucked all the time 6-8 times a day, rarely coming out of the bed room. she was 23 at the time, and very flexible.. This site is a good place to see what my fellow peeps have to say, and who enjoys the feeling from the tease "beginning", the middle - hump and pump to the final finally "O" ,and how much . Lets not exclude those of you who masturbate, a little or a lot, and not to be confused to touching that ends in ejaculation. Those of you who grew up during the Bill Clinton/ Monica Lewinski era. You know what I'm talking about. 13-18yo 19-25yo 26-35yo 36-45yo 46-50yo
The recent "sex doll" thread got me thinking...If someone manufactured an essentially perfect woman, in the style of the Blade Runner replicant and/or the "Ex Machina" women, how much would you pay to own one? She is physically just like a woman, but you press a button and store her in a closet. She is a robot, like "Alecia" from that Twilight Zone episode where the prisoner is banished to an asteroid. $10K $100K $500K ? I think the money charged for such an item could realistically go WAY WAY higher. I can't help but wonder if lawmakers would ban such an item for reasons I can't quite imagine. You can't "traffic" a robot, and for the sake of argument, let's say it's impossible to get a disease from such a robot. So why regulate such an item? Feel free to opine on any of these topics.
Notice many posts referring to the Whisperer as "he" "his" "him" - and am wondering if we are certain that "he" isn't in fact a "she?" Not that it matters - just a random thought that crossed my mind at 4 am LOL I will say that I agree to CH and appreciate how he or she has remained professional and refrained from responding to the numerous complaints/criticisms with the nasty "Deal with it or Leave" comments. Very cool.