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Seeing/Sensing Arousal

Posted Jan 27 2009 7:15pm
Got treated to my very own private Loverman webcam porn show last night. Yum, was a very fun time. Turned out I wasn't the only one. His hostess reported that the maid had tried to clean the office last night, but reported she could not because he was in there and "busy." Today, the young woman will not look at him. We chuckled.

Then this morning on my walk, I was thinking about how I was aroused last night (very), but not from the visuals, per se. I am not a visual person. What turned me on was not the sight of his cock and what he was doing. It never is with any partner, in porn, in sex, in life or anything. When I meet someone who I think is attractive, it never translates to desiring them. I am attracted to their energy, personality, what I feel coming from them. I am a kinesthetic person. What turns me on is the imagining of what I am doing or feeling with what I am seeing, or imagining what the other is feeling in what they are doing. I don't get aroused until that transfer happens.

At least I don't think I do. I thought I might try an experiment over the next few weeks to really see if that is the case or not. Gonna try and find me some erotic images on the internet and to see if I can figure this out.

It also made me wonder if it is just a matter of semantics that I am questioning here. Is it that everyone has the same progression...see, then translate to feel then get aroused but they just call it visual and I am just confused in my definitions? Or do they experience a straight line from vision to arousal with no in between transfer to the feel/touch sense thing I do.
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