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    tlkittycat1968 posted:
    Do you have a term where one person only receives and the other person only gives? We call it guilt-free and for us, it usually applies to oral sex meaning DH will perform oral on me to orgasm and doesn't expect anything in return from me.
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    rhondamay responded:
    I like your term Kitty! I am similarly blessed, but not without a touch of guilt at being a "taker". I may adopt your term as it may help ease my conscience.

    Thanks,
    Rhonda
     
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    stevesmw responded:
    I've heard 68, I'll owe you one.
     
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    dfromspencer responded:
    I would call that, LOVE!!! When you love someone, you should NEVER expect anything in return, you already have it, that is, if the other loves YOU?

    Dennis


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