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    I see no reason why pornography could not satisfy those desires, providing I understand you correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helios View Post
    I see no reason why pornography could not satisfy those desires, providing I understand you correctly.
    Wouldn't it make more sense to try and find a book on why people want penetrative sex, rather than ask such a basic question on a forum? You're acting like this discovery is some kind of shock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcda View Post
    Wouldn't it make more sense to try and find a book on why people want penetrative sex, rather than ask such a basic question on a forum?
    No, it would not "make more sense". That would involve finding a relevant text and either spending the time renting it or the money purchasing it, and then hoping that it lends me insight into why my interlocutor wants to have a sexual relationship with a member of the opposite sex. Why would I do this when I can simply make the desired inquiry of my interlocutor directly?

    Moreover, your post implies that I have asked a question of the forum generally, which is false; rather, I have asked an individual a question about that same individual. If by "basic question" you mean "a question, the answer to which is obvious" or something along those lines, I agree. Nevertheless, confirmation of the obvious, in this instance, and given the way I have gone about it, costs little.


    Quote Originally Posted by tcda View Post
    You're acting like this discovery is some kind of shock.
    None of my posts in this thread even hint that I am surprised, so your claim is puzzling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helios View Post
    No, it would not "make more sense". That would involve finding a relevant text and either spending the time renting it or the money purchasing it, and then hoping that it lends me insight into why my interlocutor wants to have a sexual relationship with a member of the opposite sex. Why would I do this when I can simply make the desired inquiry of my interlocutor directly?

    Moreover, your post implies that I have asked a question of the forum generally, which is false; rather, I have asked an individual a question about that same individual. If by "basic question" you mean "a question, the answer to which is obvious" or something along those lines, I agree. Nevertheless, confirmation of the obvious, in this instance, and given the way I have gone about it, costs little.


    None of my posts in this thread even hint that I am surprised, so your claim is puzzling.
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    yea putting effort into something that doesn't respond the way you want to sucks, waste of energy
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    Quote Originally Posted by refreshe123d View Post
    What do you expect for me to do? I'm always trying to improve myself. Previously, everyone told me that I didn't have the "game". So I did my best to improve my game. Since that isn't the issue, what eles can I do?
    You are purposefully dodging posts that deliever the hurtful truth and keep asking more questions when you don't get the answer you want

    You're either narcissistic or acting narcissistic, start there and work on that

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    Porn relieves an immediate urge, this is true, but in order to 'change' drastically understanding the concepts of wooing the opposite sex is more helpful, in my opinion. I think that's tcda's point.

    OP, I think you have received a great deal of advice... start trying them. There is a point where asking questions will no longer give you answers, or rather the answers that will truly answer the question you are posing. No book can help you, only experimentation.

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    When INTPs falls in love it blows them away. When there heart is broken (from someone they are in love with) it kills them or severely wounds them. I suspect many INTPs (especially 5w6) never allow themselves to fall in love with someone who loves them back. INTPs can be relatively content w/o falling in love.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    I suspect many INTPs (especially 5w6) never allow themselves to fall in love with someone who loves them back. INTPs can be relatively content w/o falling in love.
    Hmm....I'm [I think] a 5w6 and I don't really get this. I'd find it hard to call it love if the person didn't give me some kind of connection back. I wouldn't call it love. I'd call it...intrigue? I don't know. And if they didn't love me back? That's okay. I tend to not romanticize individuals, I romanticize connections. I think this is what helps/makes me able to move on from person to person, not really romantically [I haven't had much experience here but I can't see why it'd be any different] but in terms of friendships. It's very...Plato's Republic? I can fall for a Form of a person, individual people are just expressions of that very Form.

    If this doesn't make sense I blame it on not having enough coffee yet.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    I can fall for a Form of a person, individual people are just expressions of that very Form.
    this I can totally understand.


    eh, I don't understand why I had to bold it if I was gonna cut it out anyway...

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