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Pity Sex: Is It Ever a Good Idea?:

Pity sex (also called sympathy sex is a term used to describe sexual intercourse that is provided based solely on feelings of pity or sympathy that at least one partner feels for the other.  The consequences of pity sex are varied, but it is usually agreed that it often fails to help the object of pity as intended. So, should you ever do it?

It can happen at practically any time, day or night – that phone call or a knock at the door. The emergency: sympathy sex.

Between the tears, your own sexual desires, and the urgent call for pity-motivated passion, it can be hard to resist — especially if you’re the sort who genuinely likes to make people feel better, sex or not.

But given the drawbacks, should you do it? Read more

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