I agree with you that theology and science are two different things (tell that to the state board of education in Kansas) but I agree with Kimberly's assertion that developing a relationship is the pivotal issue, and that if the emotional component is in place, good sex will happen. I cannot imagine that a loving couple, who practices good communication skills and is sincerely interested in eachother's wishes, could not learn how to satisfy eachother sexually. Sex isn't like a sport, where with the right coaching you get "good" at it, but to be good means being alert and sensitive to your partner's preferences. I can also see where the best couple might have some sexual incompatibilities (he likes to do one thing that she HATES) but I can't see where a couple can have a lasting committed relationship just on the basis that they can have good sex.Maybe this is the crux of the idea of how men and women differ on sex views.
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