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Not all sex is the same, even if it is with the same person. Sometimes, it is vanilla. Sometimes, it is kinky. Sometimes, it is quick. Sometimes, it is slow and prolonged. But, the most important distinction is between when it is having sex — let's call it what it really is, aka, fucking — vs making love.

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Or sometimes the meaning stays the same, but our relationship to the word changes based on our experiences.

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Words are important tools we use every day to share information and experiences, and to form connections with other people. There are definitely lots of folks out there who feel like you do—that having sex and making love are not the same things.

Just as the Inuit probably have 50 words for snowthere are literally hundreds of words for sex!

Making love vs. having sex: an inside look at romantic sex for heterosexual couples

Anxious about anal? Sex is often such a deeply personal expression of who we are.

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And making love is something you do with a person with whom you love and share a deep connection. I love words, and I love all the things we can do with them. Do you have questions about queefs or problems with your prostate?

Having sex vs. making love: here's the difference between the two

Sex that is consensually shared with a partner can be a lot of different things: a fun romp, a way to let off steam, an intimate form of communication, a tool for pain relief, an escape from reality, an act that connects people, a deep spiritual journey, and so many others. Words are more than their definition. The meaning of a word can change over time.

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For those people, having sex implies something more casual, or less emotionally involved. But words can be kind of sloppy too. They are also the emotional connotation we attach to them.

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Lavinia

Don't get me wrong, I am not your woo-woo stereotype but I think making love is intimately bonding with someone from a place of 'love' and 'affection' and a place of positive passion where you are also physically expressing your emotions to the person through means of intimacy.
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This article was scientifically fact-checked by Human Sexuality expert Dr.
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I've now heard this from several different men who were careful to distinguish the two.
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