Hah! Disagree!SpheresOfBalance wrote:Actually, It's falling in lust at first sight, as most sex therapists agree that the initial attraction between human male and female is purely sexual in nature. After the two start talking there is a chance that this 'crazy little thing called love,' can actually spark.
I once fell in love with a woman and had to make big effort to manage to get sexually aroused by her.
It was really weird, I had all those stuff in my body, you know: arousal, but it wasn't sexual, my dick simply disobeyed at the command of orgasm and rising, instead I just wanted to talk to her, to ask her stuff, philosophize with her (she had said she was gonna be a philosopher among things). I know it was falling in love, my body knew it, but it didn't want to have sex with her, only of course, if it was possible to have sex with her brainz alone* ^^
So no, the therapists may think such stuff to be normal, but at least there is one young quite sexually active (albeit sexually alone) person who experienced falling in love long before it was even possible to get sexual attraction into the scene, and it actually never came either (and I didn't get her, either).
* without the involvement of unnecessary parts of the body like the penis, anus, tongue for anything else than talking non-dirty etc.