The Ultimate Sacrifice for Love; Makes Sense to Deny Participation

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Good evening, everyone! 

Just a quick thought for the day:

Your world is your inspiration. Take mental notes, write poetic evaluations.

Intimate hour! Are you ready? Do you have your comfortable pajamas on? Ladies, you lean towards the casual bedtime attire to bra and panties, right? For guys, just the boxers? Now, how should we come back to explorative writing but with an explicit twist? Let’s start this evening with a question for a warm up:

If you had to risk and lose one of your traditional five senses to make love to your lover, unless of course you associate with paranormal activity, which one would it be, and why?

First, I should verify the rules. Answer whether you will or will not give up one of your senses to make love to your loved one. Is that a permanent thing? Yes, this one decision will change all the romantic evenings for you to engage intimacy with your partner for the rest of your life. Think of it as if you were experiencing Ariel’s dilemma, the little mermaid, where she gave up her voice to become a human. Would you give up one sense for something personal? Now, think about the invaluable importance behind your senses to your unique lifestyle and sex appeal in the bedroom.

This is not an easy task, but this exercise can really open up your mind to amazingly passionate ideas. You will also discover, and possibly release, the inner hopeless romantic nestled inside. Watch out! Can you handle what you are capable of doing? Let’s find out.

Note: Disabled persons will feel left out by their physical disadvantages already, leaving options to only a few of their senses. If you deal with a barrier that hinders your five senses, ask yourself … if you knew that this decision would enhance your love life, would you give up one of the senses you already have for another sense that you have lost for a long time? Think about why you would make that decision whether you agree or disagree, and imagine what life would be like in the bedroom with that final decision that you make. Maybe you said yes, but what will improve the most in your love life? Maybe you said no, what hindered your decision?

Let’s go over the five traditional senses: 

Sight:

You might refer to yourself as someone who isn’t shallow, but you believe there is some reason for physical attraction to become a core foundation, or key for sexual appeal. You might be right. However, maybe you should start closing your eyes more often during the foreplay? Kisses are not always the ones left to be unseen. If you already close your eyes while you make love, maybe you already know you can live without this opportunity.

Hearing:

What? Are you talking to me? He’s standing right behind you, leaning in to secure his arms around your body. A hug from behind finalizes the moment when his fingers link into yours and his chin rests on your shoulder. Ah, wait, not yet. Where did the whispers of sweet nothings in a foreign language come into play? Oh, right, you made a choice to become oblivious to his words, yet fully awake for his motives. Many men and women prefer dirty talk while making love. Maybe others would rather experience sensual talk or a seductive role-playing that prolongs foreplay. Talk is cheap, but moans are also sounds to explain the pace of the enthusiastic beating heart. Would you rather put them on mute or hear the impact of the penetrating thrusts deep inside? That is entirely up to your personal preference.

Smell:

Any cheap whores around? Natural body odor enthusiasts? Yeah, that’s right, the smell of this topic might intrigue you to continue reading. How much do you rely on your nose when you engage in intimate encounters? Ah, let me rephrase that, you cute Eskimo kissing types. Does it make sense to alter your sense of smell just to make love to your significant other? Although smell might play a significant role in arousal, you will be missing out when they whisper across your lips, “I’m yours.” Yeah, you might be right about missing that one sensational reason of that moment. If their breath smells, you may never know the circumstances. The truth hurts, but it will be completely ignored. We’ll get to taste later!  Just remember that it might be odorless, but the taste may leave something else behind. Yeah, the aftermath of your dinner and a movie date!

Touch: 

I close my eyes as his fingers aimlessly wander across my vulnerable exposed neck. I am awaiting for his arrival to run his fingers through my hair, pulling me closer to exchange a passionate kiss beyond my control.

Oh, you saw that picture differently? That is completely fine! Wait, what? Say that again? Slower? Oh, you. Maybe later. I dedicate this section to my sensualist out there. Who doesn’t love physical touch? That indescribable feeling when two bodies slowly collide against each other, bare skin rubbing softly against bare skin, in a hot steaming shower. Ladies, it’s that feeling when you’re snuggling with someone in just your bra and panties on, and they leave just their boxers on. Yes, touch would be incredibly difficult for passionate foreplay. Maybe you disagree? Maybe touch isn’t what sparks arousal, but what else would ignite the flames much brighter and warmer if you can’t feel your significant other against you? Let’s bite into one last thing before commenting.

 Taste:

Are you seductively playful? Would you prevent anyone to witness your  chaotic intentions? Ah, this is a moment where you should relax your eyes with my hands over them, and embrace upon our lips. Maybe I am not ready? Let me teasingly brush my lips across yours without a kiss. What? You like bottom lip biting instead? Feel my hands run along the side of your face, smiling at such a passionate embrace.

Warm? Yeah, sorry, it was quite chilly in here. I only turned the heat up just a few degrees higher. How much did you bite out of that last paragraph? Was it all bite and no taste? I hope it was because that was my intent. You should have not felt any desire to taste my lips, but the explorative opportunity in that moment. Do you enjoy the taste of one’s lips with yours? Do you enjoy oral stimulation? Why? Maybe you only enjoy it for the thrill of arousal? Maybe you like the taste of necks? Well, whether you like to taste or bite, decide on your own. You don’t always have to taste what you bite.

Now, I have stimulated interest. Great. I am sure you thought about each one. Did you think about erogenous zones? Did you decide if your turn ons, wild kinky fetishes, or sexual preferences would face difficult barriers? Go back to each one. Re-evaluate yourself, rediscover your feelings, and make that decision. Would you risk a sense to make love with a significant other? What sense would you give up, and how do you explain your answer?

Now, back to that question from earlier:

If you had to risk and lose one of your traditional five senses to make love to your lover, which one would it be, and why? Please comment below!

Tell me how you feel about this question! What senses matter more outside the bedroom, and which ones are the core factors in love-making? You love seeing the world, but maybe your significant other is the world. You risk losing one sense for life, just to make love to them that one time. Obviously, they are not an option, they are your priority. How do you prioritize your senses?

Thank you for reading. Sweet dreams! Keep them dry! Ok, fine, just don’t drown!

Take care!

The Ultimate Sacrifice for Love; Makes Sense to Deny Participation

40 thoughts on “The Ultimate Sacrifice for Love; Makes Sense to Deny Participation

  1. Reminds me of a movie I saw just recently “Perfect Sense” ~ one by one, due to viral epidemic … people lost their senses… first it was smell, then taste, hearing etc. etc. The movie illustrated how we as humans, continued to adapt and find joy and senuality with whatever we were left with… pretty amazing to consider… Not sure which one I’d give up (as per your challenge)… but certainly would make the best of it in any case!!! Sending Love ~ R

  2. Incredibly erotic way to describe each of the senses… thank you so much for sharing…

    she enjoyed this impromptu visit to your site very much, Sir.

    Always,
    leorah_MF

  3. night owl says:

    Bonsoir, Prinze Charming,

    Since my Sir lives long distance, i would be willing to make a pretty significant sacrifice IF it meant being with Him for the rest of our time together. As important as it is to me, i would give up taste. As long as i could still have smell, it would help compensate for lack of taste. Lose smell, though, and taste takes a hit, also.

    If i lose hearing, i wouldn’t be able to hear that moment when Sir’s voice switches from everyday to Dominant, the way that thrills me and draws me tight and tense inside. i wouldn’t hear the joy in His laughter when i tease Him. i wouldn’t hear his words telling me i am His, i belong to Him to the depth of my soul.

    If i lose touch, all would be lost. What would i feel when i touched the curl of his hair? What would i feel when i bent over the bed and put my face on the cool of the sheets? What would i feel when we joined skin to skin? Better you should cut off an arm.

    If i lose sight, i would never again see the piercing blue gaze of Sir’s eyes. i would never again see his manhood rise up and positively jump with longing for me. i would not see the how his face changes and his eyes darken with lust for me.

    If i lost smell, from experience i know that most of taste goes too. i wouldn’t be able to smell the heat and sweat of our joining nor the musky result of our completion. i wouldn’t be able to pick up his shirt and smell his cigars and male essence when he was away. I wouldn’t note the pheromones of his desire for me, how loudly they call.

    Thank you for asking

    1. Ah, bonsoir, ca va bien? Beautifully said, les mots d’amour. Your passionate side intrigues me. Your intimate values lure my interests closer. Thank you for responding. I appreciate your time and decision made. I have received many interesting perspectives with this post. It was a very rewarding opportunity to explore our true desire for someone we love.

  4. As has already been said by others … really intriguing, challenging and well written. I totally resisted having to give up a sense at first but understand that is simply the reality for some (probably many) people. And then there is the other side – those people who don’t/can’t use their senses properly … who see but don’t really look deeply or far, who hear but don’t really listen, especially beyond the words, who can smell but don’t even notice, who touch with numb fingers and hands or who don’t feel the tingling, comforting touch of others and who taste but only like it if it tastes like beer! Such a shame so many people are sensually handicapped … in Australia we call them ‘blokes’!🙂

    1. Thank you so much for your feedback! It is greatly appreciated! Yes, we are all incredibly dependent on our senses, including other mammals outside our homes. Yes, thank you for diving deeper into that interpretation. You might be living, but you are not necessarily alive. Haha, thanks for tip, my Aussie friend. Take care.

  5. Hi Prinze Charming. Thanks for the “like” on my blog. I’ve just started the blog, as I gather you have yours.
    Apropos of senses and lovemaking, let me offer the following:

    In most ways he was quite satisfactory;
    Visual, tactile, olfactory,
    Although, in bed,
    He was dull still, all said;
    She might yet send him back to the factory!

    Pete

    1. Hey Peter Craig. You’re welcome. I just started mine last week. Beautifully said! I love your creativity and originality. It is greatly appreciated this morning. Take care.

  6. I definitely think I would have to go with either smell or taste when it comes to the love department. As much as I love the way my man’s smell, I would absolutely die if I couldn’t fully experience his touch, the sound of his voice, the way he looks…

    I had my mouth wired shut for 6 weeks, and we could still heat things up without taste… so I guess I could go with that. :p

    1. Ah, you already have the experience without taste! Very nice. It must have been interesting to only taste with your nose. As I have said before in other comments to everyone, it would be an instant response if they gave up sight. Most people enjoy the thrill of being blindfolded and most people enjoy the norm of closing their eyes when they embrace a passionate kiss. However, I am currently getting over a minor nasal congestion which hinders my smell. Most people are miserable when they are sick. I don’t blame them. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean you still can’t have fun with your loved one. Thanks for your feedback. Take care.

    1. Yes, I completely agree. Good choice. Silence is golden, and duct tape is silver. I realized most people enjoy being blindfolded so that is already an instant response for sight. However, you have to imagine your life outside the bedroom if you were to take this risk. I love to see the world and the populations within it. Most people who are obsessed with music, making it a high priority, cannot appreciate music through the words itself. If they only knew the true impact of the words, and the expressive messages behind them, music would be much more appealing to the eyes. Thank you. Take care.

  7. I’d give up taste. I would miss the salt of his skin, and the sweet of his tongue, and the sweet/bitter/smokey of the kiss after, the one before we fall asleep, after the post-coital cigarette…but that all pales in comparison to the way my skin feels brushing against sheets, whisker hair bruising my neck or thighs, the way his eyes darken when he’s about to pounce and brighten when I’m begging, the smell of him, the smell of me, the sound of his breath, etc.

    Taste, in a heartbeat.

    1. Thank you for your feedback! It is always intriguing to read another perspective on such an intimate topic. We take an advantage of our senses every day of our lives. When we are sick, we do not necessarily lose one, but we lack the strength of one. I am currently sick right now with a passing congested nasal issue, so smell is definitely hindered. I would rather smell than taste, myself. Take care.

  8. Merys Kelleher says:

    Hey there Prinze Charming! Thanks for stopping by my blog (Jeremiah 6:16), and even greater thanks for such an enjoyable and inspiring post. I’ve been enjoying playing with this prompt.
    Peace to you,
    Merys

  9. Hush, Charlotte says:

    This is an interesting idea. I don’t think I would mind losing my sight. As far as love making is involved. I think it would make the joy of touching & caressing better. You can’t see what you are touching, but you can imagine it. & sometimes that is better. Blind fold anyone?😉

    1. I am glad you also agree with the importance of physical touch and the lack of … for sight with blindfolding. I wanted to see if anyone would take an advantage being blindfolded for a permanent fetish or fantasy, making it a reality and simply a seductive obligation. Thank you for your feedback. It was a pleasure having you stop by my page. Take care.😉

  10. larkin says:

    Ah, what a heartbreaking question!

    (Though, pardon me while I nitpick, instead of “If you were to risk and lose one of your traditional five senses just to make love to your significant other, which one would it be, and why?”
    Do you mean “If you *had* to risk and lose one of your traditional five senses *in order to* make love to your significant other, which one would it be, and why?”)

    I can’t stand this question. Though if it had to be one, I would choose sound. At least I could put my hand over his throat to feel his vibrations, and I could still see his lips moving and feel the warmth and blow of his… breath.

    1. Hm, yeah, you’re right about the “had” part, but “in order to” makes it a complex sentence with the proofreader. Thanks for pointing it out. I actually took the idea from someone who asked me on a social networking site. Very rewarding response back though. That was greatly appreciated. I can feel how sensual you are. It is definitely a difficult question to answer. Thanks for your time.

    1. Wow, thank you so much for going out of your way to make a response back to this article. Your response highlighted all the necessary key points to understand before you make a decision like this. I am glad to see you respond and share with others. That was greatly appreciated. I love the turn out of this article, and I hope I continue to write more inspiring articles that engage my audience to participate beyond the comment section. I will reblog your response and see how everyone else “feels” about your perspective. While we wait for feedback, mind if I join in? Grab an extra controller and sit back for a while.

  11. I would sacrifice smell, because I need all the rest to really enjoy the pleasure of making love. Smell is the least of the senses used by me in sex! Interesting imagination you have Prinze Charming!

  12. Really enjoyed reading this article, I found myself painting a picture from your words before I even realized the description was the picture. A very challenging challenge, which sense would you risk losing?

    1. Ah, that is very reassuring. I’m glad my words did that for you. Well, I would choose smell. Smell has hindered many experiences for me. That one would be greatly missed for outside the bedroom activity, especially in the kitchen, but I would get over it soon. Thanks for stopping by!

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