Re: Nanorgasm

Gina Miller (
Thu, 22 Apr 1999 11:59:53 PDT

I'm not a doctor (I just play one on T.V.), but I would venture to guess that a lack of sex could cauze physical and emotional problems. I can think of some intstant physical ones, (for men, I'd rather not say) And have heard stories of madness and mayhem from people (example Eddie Gien) who had never experienced sexual encounters. I am wondering what type of differences their are biologically, if hormones are surpressed or antagonized. It's strange that we are defending sex, I won't dare to ask Scott why or how he developed his attitude toward it, but your ripping yourself off!
Gina "Nanogirl" Miller

>I don't know that "bond-strenghtening" between couples can really be
>achieved without sex, at least not at this point. I know of several
>relationships that were severely harmed by lack of sexual activity.
It turns
>the relationship into a deep friendship with no romantic component
>whatsoever, and this overall is not a good thing in a marriage or
>long-term relationship. Once again, future technology may change
this, but
>as it stands I don't know of a substitute. Humans connect sex with
>intimacy, and that intimacy is what keeps a relationship going.
>Jocelyn Brown

>"I am a part of all that I have met." "A man is only as
good as
>what he loves."
> -- Lord Alfred Tennyson -- Saul

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