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Date Posted: 15:24:38 08/15/19 Thu
Author: Comicality
Subject: Imagine Magazine Question for 8/15

It's something to think about, you know?

Imagine that you've found someone special out there. Someone you find beautiful, inside and out. You laugh together, have a lot in common, and genuinely care deeply for one another in every possible way...except one.

The question is...what happens if you're romantically or sexually incompatible in a relationship? Even if EVERYTHING else is coming up roses. What happens if you like to kiss and cuddle, but your partner doesn't? What if he likes open displays of affection in public and the thought of it makes you cringe? What if one of you wants it hard and aggressive five days a week, and the other wants it slow and sensual maybe once or twice?

That's not to speak of practices that may be borderline fetishes that one partner or the other may not be into. Bondage or foot worship or role playing...maybe something as simple as talking dirty to one another. One hand...sex isn't everything, right? If you're in love then you're in love. But, on the other hand...will there be something 'missing' if one party isn't fully getting their needs met? Can you two be truly happy like that? Will it lead to resentment, or boredom, or forced compromise, or maybe even cheating on each other?

Let us know what you think about romantic or sexual incompatibility for next month's issue! We'd be happy to hear what you have to say. Anonymous comments are welcome.

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