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Sex Rules

We’ve got rules for almost everything in life, so it stands to reason that we might also create rules for ourselves when it comes to having sex.

At least, that’s what MSNBC contributor Brian Alexander, author of America Unzipped: In Search of Sex and Satisfaction seems to believe. After receiving so many, uh, interesting questions from regular people in middle America (Alexander writes MSNBC’s Sexploration column) he did a little sexploring of his own and found that lust unchecked makes people a little nervous. Therefore, we create boundaries for ourselves—or with partners—to keep things in check.

Do you have rules or boundaries when it comes to sex? Don’t be shy…tell us about them!

Posted: 5/1/08
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