The Difference πŸ”„ between Sex πŸ› and Making Love ❀️ ...

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There are plenty of terms used to describe intercourse.

"Having sex" and "making love" are the most common, but they don't mean exactly the same thing.

One is more meaningful than the other.

If you've ever had questions about those phrases, here are the main differences between having sex and making love:3

1. The Way He Looks at You

The Way He Looks at You

When you have sex with someone, you might not look them in the eyes, because you'll be too busy admiring their chest and abs.

If that's the case, you'll be more interested in each other's bodies than each other's souls.

However, when you make love, you'll gaze into each other's eyes, because you'll want more than a physical connection.

You'll want to create an emotional connection, as well.

The Pace

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VAYEWIE
Now it's all clear to me. Thanks for sharing this article. :)
Yudisha
This article is so clear... I really like it... Keep it up!
Jessica
Then again, you can't really put a definition on neither, or classify under what circumstances you "make love" or "have sex". For example my boyfriend and I have been in an amazing relationship for 3 years and we love each other very much, however we've never "made love" as that's just not something we do
Courtney
This was good clarification. =) There is a difference between the two; ^ Sapna summed it up well. I do think that both could probably be meaningful as long as you are with that special mate that you want to spend eternity with. The "sex" aspect could just be to add some spontaneity to the relationship lol.
Sapna Pathak
Nice article making love is more at emotional level while having sex is at physical level
peony blue
Lets not confuse this with hollywood movies !!!
Bunny
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