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    Default Sx-doms, how often do you have crushes?

    I'm already working on my third crush in the past 12 months. I'm curious about whether there is a correlation between being sx-dom and easily getting crushes and falling in love?

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    I’m really starting to think I am one.

    That being said- I don’t care to expound on it.
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    It takes so much for me to fall I don't... I don't really know what a crush even is. I mean, sx doms are looking for INTENSITY and DEPTH (I totally don't know why I just put all caps on but I'm leaving it)... so if *crush* means lighthearted romantic interest that's a super fun preoccupation and in many ways has more to do with the crusher's entertainment and distraction than it does building something powerful with another person... then no. I would then say...stardate 3-9-2018...sx doms and sx dominance...still greatly misunderstood.

    sx dom is basically the opposite of a serial crusher
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    Rarely. sx =/= sex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    sx dom is basically the opposite of a serial crusher
    More like the-feelings-are-so-deep-and-intense-they-last-for-decades-even-without-reciprocation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luminous View Post
    More like the-feelings-are-so-deep-and-intense-they-last-for-decades-even-without-reciprocation?


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    Well, it does seem like my romantic interest is always focused toward someone. If there isn't anyone currently, then it might get focused on someone from my past or on a fictional character.

    ETA: I should add that this doesn't mean I'm always actually with someone. On the contrary, I can go through long periods of being single, but it seems like even during that time, my Sx drive naturally wants to attach itself to something, even if that's a completely made-up character in a book or TV series I become a little obsessed with or something like that. Sometimes a close friendship can satisfy my Sx instinct, too, but if I'm attracted to that person, I usually end up wanting more.
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    What's a crush? I only ignore, befriend, or love someone so madly that I end up like a yandere.
    she took my heart
    i think she took my soul
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    Not very often, and romantic interest, while it is there, is not the be all end all of it. If they end up being unavailable, it doesn't bother me because what it'really about at the core is just an especially intimate feeling of goodwill for them. The important thing is that wonderful things happen for them, whether I have anything to do with those things.

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