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  • Mikazilkree wrote 05.12.2018, 16:52: #1

    Nah, quickfoot. In theory it makes sense. In reality the parts of our brains we use to process music and the serotonin that's released interferes w the arousal process. The only sounds I wanna hear are her groans and squeals.

  • Vilkree wrote 09.12.2018, 20:35: #2

    You have to nurture that side of you that also leads to romantic feelings and gestures. Much of it has to do with paying attention and being empathetic and tuned into what is pleasing to another person. It also has to do with your own feelings and your autism may have you a bit distant from that.

  • Gorisar wrote 04.12.2018, 23:30: #3

    Absolutely. Beyond seeing for ourselves; we have to rely on 'trusted sources.

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