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What is “just dating” and how do you know when that’s all you wanna do?  Does sex change the dimensions?

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      Denise Richardson wrote Feb 10, 2009
    • Hummmmmmmmmm just dating well sex plays a part in any relationship whether you're dating, married or just kickin' it, but in knowing if thats all you want from the relationship is solely up to you the individaul and its up to you to be honest with the other person as well as yourself in that if thats all its going to be is dating and you both agree to have occassional sex , now when feelings  come into play I feel thats what changes the dimensions of the relationship.




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      3sa wrote Feb 10, 2009
    • Sex changes everything...even having sex with yourself changes things...shoot.  

      I was never one to just date, my dating has a purpose or a goal.  Once I went on a date and realized that I did not like the person like that the dating was over.  I never just dated to have dinner or just to see a movie.  I have just hung out with men but it wasn’t a date it was friends.  

      I’m no expert on this subject either but when a man said we are just dating means just sex.  When women say just dating they mean just a free dinner or a free outing, maybe sex if they want no string sex.




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      Holdonloosely wrote Feb 10, 2009
    • ‘Just dating’ for me is a guy that I like as a friend (friendship has to be there even with your husband), I like being with them, I like the intimacy and I was attracted to them physically. However, I didn’t see it going further to marriage and I didn’t want to commit. I know it’s rare for a woman to feel this way, or so they say. I have met men in my life that I ‘just dated’ cause I didn’t see a future or want a future. They just weren’t marriage material and I cut it off when I wanted.




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      Mz. Queen wrote Feb 10, 2009
    • Knowing me as I do, it’s probably a good idea to double check with him to see what he’s thinking. I believe the word exclusive has all the power to make the answer clear and understood.




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