Do you think sex is incomplete without Penis in Vagina? 

    Do you think sex is incomplete without Penis in Vagina?  Sometimes I would keep a track of how many times we had sex and I did not count the days when we did not have PIV (which is rare).

    I feel I need my penis enter my wife with lot of thrusting and ejaculation for sex to be complete.

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      To me, it depends on expectations going in. We’ve had some very enjoyable and fulfilling experiences with just OS and MS, that was the planned menu for the evening.

      Other evenings, when PIV was on the menu and intense foreplay resulted in climax for both of us, sex seemed incomplete.

      Fell out of ... Answered on August 16, 2019.
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        To me, sex is complete when my husband has an orgasm.  Doesn’t matter which orifice it occurs in though; PIV, PIA, PIM – it’s all good.  As long as it’s PI something.

        Hammock Answered on August 16, 2019.
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          Definitionally? Or emotionally?  would be my question. I’m sensing you are referring to the latter.

          (Many people would argue that their definition of sex would include activities that don’t include PIV. And I would also.)

          Personally, on the emotional level, I prefer to have PIV and feel as you do, that there is something consummate about that. But, the reality for us is that we have many occasions when we are fulfilled sexually and emotionally without having PIV.

          On the floor Answered on August 16, 2019.

          Emotionally and mentally. I feel very loved than my wife is happy for me to penetrate her and  ejaculate inside her. Hard to imagine what can be more intimate. Also when it’s happening I feel very masculine.

          on August 16, 2019.
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            I agree, sex is not complete until PIV occurs. My H says sex is not complete until I O.

            Queen bed Answered on August 16, 2019.
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              Not necessarily as about 30% or so of the time i let my husband finish in my mouth and there was no PIV. I don’t feel cheated at all because he usually brings me to O before he does.

              King bed Answered on August 16, 2019.
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                Overall, yes.

                King bed Answered on August 16, 2019.
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                  Not necessarily.

                  Generally, sex means PIV for us, but there are definitely times (like her period) when we make a deliberate decision to only use fingers, mouths or toys.

                  Queen bed Answered on August 16, 2019.
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                    While PIV is almost always a part of sex for us, I do feel that we’ve had many times where we both felt very complete without PIV.  My DH concurs.  For us, sex is about open, vulnerable communication and that can take lots of forms.  And while PI anything is always good, participating in each other’s orgasms, no matter how they happen, is more intimate for us.  Being there for each other is the reward.

                    California King Answered on August 17, 2019.
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                      I share the same feelings with you.

                      Sex is not complete if it does not end with PIV for me and my DW. Unless we do not really want to have sex, maybe we just having fun.

                       

                      Queen bed Answered on August 16, 2019.
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                        My DW prefers it that way, PIV.  But I’m good to venture and breathe it all in as variety orally, between her breasts, her butt cheeks, or a handjob.  We tried a sleeve but that seems like a costly cheap imitation.   I see the whole heartbeat ponding experience as ours to enjoy no matter the path to release.

                        California King Answered on August 16, 2019.
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