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Emotions

Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake – nothing but two incredibly attractive sex bombs bringing back the popular seventies motion of ‘casual sex’ or ‘friends with benefits’ as we call it nowadays. According to the famous Urban Dictionary, ‘friends with benefits’ is described as, “Two friends who have a sexual relationship without being emotionally involved.” However, not even Lord Voldemort could avoid his hatred and need (emotions) to kills Harry Potter. So how does one have non-emotional sex? This, I’m not even sure I can answer.

What I can tell you however, is that you don’t have to love someone to have great sex. I mean, sure you must like them in one way, shape or form enough to spread your legs – unless of course you rank high on the slut scale – but you surely like some sort of the person you choose to have sex with. But is liking something not an emotion? We are not robots, we have no on and off switch for our emotions. If you’re willing to sleep with someone there is a high chance you have some sort of feelings for them, whether it be a simple liking for whatever it is you’re attracted to.

What I also find rather amusing is the overused cliche explaining that’s looks don’t matter. Well, they do to a sense. Like myself, I like to be attracted to someone, whether it’s simply a celebrity or a stranger you found a photo of on Tumblr. In reference to Tinder, you wouldn’t swipe right on someone who you didn’t find attractive – given you don’t read their bio. We are all being judged, someone will always be judging. Females wouldn’t suppress their skin from the world if they believed they would be attractive to people.

So what I’m saying is that the appearance of a person does have an impact on your emotions – liking is an emotion. I’m sure a persons intelligence is highly sought after, but you would still like or love something about that person. But finding someone who is attractive, speaks intelligently and loves sex – that’s a bonus.

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