1. Have you ever felt guilty or ashamed after a sexual experience?
Oh yeah. More than once and not so long ago.
2. Did you ever own a fake ID?
Well, it was my own ID but the birth year was cleverly altered from 1967 to 1962. If anyone believed that, they were either really drunk or really stupid.
3. How often do you tell white lies? Is it with or without thinking?
I sometimes tell them to spare someone's feelings and I don't even think about it. It just happens.
4. On a scale of 1-10, how well do you receive constructive criticism?
Overall 3. From some people 8, from others -2. My Dad is an 8, Spousehole -2, my mom -2.
5. Have you ever shaved your pubic hair?
Of course. I prefer waxing when I can, but shaving happens far more often. Right now, however, I'm au naturel. Just for a change of pace. It's kind of weird and may not last.
Bonus: What percentage of women do you think are capable of handling being in a "friends with benefits" relationship? How about men?
I think it's less about gender and more about the individual. It also depends what else a person has going on in their life. For instance, for me having a husband I (perhaps foolishly) still love makes it easy to have a friend with benefits without getting too emotionally involved. I can separate love from sex. If I didn't already have someone I love, I would be more likely to let emotions creep into a sexual relationship. But really, every situation is unique. There are some people who you can be intensely attracted to sexually, but they would not be romantic relationship material at all. It's easy to have a friends with benefits relationship under those circumstances. There are other people with whom sexual and emotional attraction are inextricably linked and it would be very difficult to keep a sexual relationship platonic.
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