Difference between having sex and making love for guys?

I know what the difference feels like as a girl, but how do you know when you're not just having sex as a guy? What do you do differently in bed?
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Most Helpful Guys

  • They are both going through the physical act of sex however there's just more feelings behind love and can increase the intimacy between both people however just having sex is more primal it's more of just trying to reach a pleasurable state for both people without actually connecting on an emotional level.

    I don't think it has anything to do with having rough or passionate sex just because I love someone doesn't mean I can't keep our sex life interesting by bring a version of rough sex into our lives. So overall it's just about the emotional connection.

  • Sex is just that for me, sex. As far as what I do different, it depends on the woman and my mood.

    I have had sex where it is just in and out we both cum and I leave. With others who I am friends with and enjoy being with there is foreplay and afterplay. It is not just about getting off, but enjoying each other's company.

    If I am making love, there is a definite connection and the touching and kissing has more power to it. There is more talk that is not dirty talk when I am making love.

    I will say I have a lot more sex than love making.

    • More powerful like more intense or more feeling behind it... Not necessarily soft thiugh?

    • more feeling behind it when love making. but not soft. with some sex it is nothing more than masturbation. i am using her wet pussy or mouth to "jerk off".

Most Helpful Girls

  • There isn't really a difference between the types of acts that are loving and that are just sex. Lots of guys kiss and caress, hold hands, take their time and please a woman they don't love. Which are stereotypes of "making love."

  • If you know the difference like you claim, then why are you asking this question?

    • I asked for a male perspective- thanks though!

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  • it's the same thing but different words basically

    "making love" is just more "politically correct"

  • I would kiss her look into her eyes just a bunch of emotions fear bliss pleasure all wrapped together. If I'm just having sex I don't look at her I don't feel anything but aggression hate etc.

    • Do yiu need to feel aggression and hate to get off in the absence of love... Or are you having sex with peopke you are angry with? Or just taking your anger out through sex?

    • Good question @kalinda

    • when someone says something I Like to understand what they actually mean :) when possible.

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  • Making love is sex with feeling, with love.