I was thinking the other day about how men and women treat each other pre & post coitus.
Presuming that sexual encounters end with men effervescing 99% of the time and women maybe 9% of the time, do you think that men and women have different things to talk about before and after sex?
After commenting shortly afterwards (real or not) "That was GREAT!" (usually real for the man, for the woman...maybe a little different). What does a man want to talk about?
Likely not a lot. After all, how good a conversation can you really have while sleeping? I'm convinced that women have eltriptophan coarsing through their veins and like a pheromone it emits after sex and lulls the man to sleep. If only the Lions and Cowboys were on TV and a few dead turkeys were around, you'd have thanksgiving.
If we are awake it's self-evident that talk about "the relationship" on either side is misleading. Pre, most dudes will say lots of things they don't mean to get it.
Post, unfortunately we do as well because we got it. It's one of those very weird times in life when a man (for an ever so brief second) is NOT thinking about sex (which is probably why we all fall asleep).
MOST unfortunately what that means is that it's not wise to talk about the relationship with a man pre or post coitus. And really is there any other time in left in life?
Before and after sex, what does a woman want to talk about? Actually I have no idea.
Maybe they want to talk about the relationship, don't they always??
I wish they would be TOTALLY honest. Maybe: "Well, chalk it up to another short lived adventure of watching someone else get what they want. Just out of curiosity (insert man' name here) have you ever said "orgasm" with the word "give" instead of "have" in your whole life?"
Of course this is only from what I hear because I don't disappoint, OH BEHAVE!!!!