make loveThe term ‘make love’ can mean different things. However, in our culture – conversations, movies, and books – the term usually describes intimacy between two people. Yes, it usually indicates the act of intercourse, but it’s describing it in a more substantial and meaningful way. We use the “make love” to imply something beautiful, tender and romantic, and act that creates and expresses love. We use it when we want to avoid the possibly obscene or animalistic connotations of “have sex.”

What Did Make Love Originally Mean?

To ‘make love’ didn’t always refer to the sexual act. In the past, it was used to describe any romantic, intimate gesture, usually fairly innocent. “Make love” could refer to a kiss, an expression of devotion, flirtatious behavior, or even a dance. Well, times have changed a bit. Sometimes, it seems like courtship, serenades, and tender romance are all things of the past. But, for some of us, the term ‘make love’ does still hold special meaning.

Almost all of us, at one time or another have told a lover, or been told by a lover that they want to “make love” not just “have sex.” Unfortunately, as we usually learn with experience, this statement doesn’t always represent reality. Sometimes we think we’re making love, creating a special connection, bringing new love into the world, only to find out that the other person is ready to leave as soon as it’s over. If you’re lucky, you’ll realize right away that the other person isn’t bringing the same sincerity to the act. If you only realize it later, move on and acknowledge the lesson, live and learn.

Make Love In Your Life

But hopefully you do find a partner who acknowledges the significance of the words ‘make love’ in their true sense. Making love should be both intimate and passionate, tender sex, full of connection and openness. Real love-making can be the key to maintain a long-term relationship or a marriage. It is one of the most fulfilling exchanges of trust between two people. So, go find someone who will truly make love with you.

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  1. Deb Shillinger on September 29, 2010 at 9:48 am

    Our society is on a doomed path. With everything happening online nowadays, people are going out less and less. Eventually we’ll all live in virtual worlds “social networking” with fictional people.

  2. smee on October 1, 2010 at 12:38 am

    Your article is correct..Love not only means sex..You can make love through sweet talk ,soft touch etc..You have to convince him that I am in love with you…Your articles will lead many to lead a peaceful life…I am waiting for new…….Thank you…….

  3. Sarah on October 1, 2010 at 12:13 pm

    great comment, smee…thank you…Sarah

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  5. saidu on October 6, 2010 at 6:00 am

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