sfguy wrote:BTW, the original poster's question was about sex with narcissistic women, but all the complaining has been about narcissistic men.
Dulciana wrote:sfguy wrote:BTW, the original poster's question was about sex with narcissistic women, but all the complaining has been about narcissistic men.
Just for the sake of balance, sex with my narcissistic ex, (male), was absolutely amazingly wonderful - until we got married. Immediately upon marriage, he had little interest in me and sex was rare, routine, and boring. I guess it was all about the conquest.
mindful wrote:My perplexity in reading these posts does not come from a morality, or squeamishness, in hearing the description of sexual acts.
Apart from the fact that details may be superfluous, or gratuitous attention-grabbers, the message that jumps out from these descriptions is so clearly ... objectification... and strikes me so deeply in my sense of human (female) dignity that I wonder how you might not have experienced them in the same vein... the first time, the second, repeatedly....
HisSupply wrote: Imjustagirl and myself in particular have been sexually abused by these men, and you are telling us we should not talk about it, because YOU find open discussion of sex offensive? It does beg the question, why did you click on this thread, given that the title clearly warns you that it has sexual content.
Secondly, don't be sucked into victim-blaming.
All over these boards are hundreds of stories of people who went along with what a narc wanted. All over these boards are people saying, Don't beat yourself up about what s/he did to you, you were conned, tricked, obligated, persuaded, blackmailed whatever.
It doesn't help our healing to be told we are to "blame" for allowing ourselves to be objectified.
HisSupply wrote:It doesn't help our healing to be told we are to "blame" for allowing ourselves to be objectified.
donam wrote: I would hear about his penis and bj's all day long every day via text messages.
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