In this encore of Speaking of Sex episode #178, we discuss the difference in the experience of “making love” vs. “fucking” – which of course is not a simple binary and yet resonates for so many of us. Sometimes, we want tender, emotional and deeply personal sex – “making love.” And sometimes, many of us crave bestial, intense sex or what we sometimes call “fucking.”
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Chris Rose (00:00):
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Chris Rose (00:26):
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Chris Rose (01:05):
It is actually a winter break for our daughter’s school, but it is a sick week for all of us. We have this cough and cold that you definitely do not want to hear on the microphones. So we are bringing you an Encore episode from our archives, because we are over 360 episodes deep into this conversation now. And while some of you have been with us for many years, week to week having this conversation, many, many of you are newer listeners. And while I encourage you to go to pleasuremechanics.com and check out our podcast archive, you can use the index to quickly find episodes around topics that most interest you, I also know that there is no possible way of listening to all of the episodes.
Chris Rose (01:56):
And so we want to highlight some of our classic episodes from time to time. And a sick week is a great week to do that. So here’s an episode that goes a few years back. It is all about how to fuck. How to fuck, fucking versus making love. And if that word fuck shocked you a little bit, just get prepared for this episode, because this is an explicit episode we are talking about, fucking. There’s sound effects and I think I use the word fuck about 87 times. So if this word triggers you in any way, this might not be the episode for you. But I love this episode because we really share a ton of advice here about how to harness this energy of fucking, especially in longterm relationships. Enjoy.
Charlotte Rose (02:47):
Hi, welcome to Speaking of Sex with the Pleasure Mechanics. I’m Charlotte.
Chris Rose (02:51):
I’m Chris. We are the Pleasure Mechanics and on this podcast we share our expert advice so you can have an extraordinary sex life. You can find an entire archive of this podcast over at pleasuremechanics.com, where you will also be able to submit a question or a topic you want to hear more about on future episodes of this podcast. Check it all out at pleasuremechanics.com. We just had a fabulous lady say that she has spent 60 to 80 hours on our website over the past month since being introduced to it. And I love that. She said she sat down one evening and started going through our sex index, where we index everything by topic alphabetically and noticed that six hours had passed since she sat down when she got up to pee, which is awesome.
Chris Rose (03:43):
So there’s tons there to explore. Go check it out at pleasuremechanics.com, and let us know what you want to hear more about.
Charlotte Rose (03:51):
We’re here for you.
Chris Rose (03:52):
All right, so this is a fabulous episode we’re about to share with you. It is on how to fuck.
Charlotte Rose (04:01):
And what do we mean by that? Don’t we all want to know how to do that as best as we possibly can?
Chris Rose (04:06):
What does it mean though? Because we talk about sex and in every episode, what is, specifically we’re going to talk about when we say, “How to fuck.”
Charlotte Rose (04:16):
Well, we believe that there is a different kind of having sex when one is fucking versus making love. That there is a different kind of sex happening. And we want to talk about that. We want to distinguish that and we want to encourage people who are in longterm relationships to bring a little more fucking back into their relationship, because there’s something very primal and bestial an animal and athletic and sweaty and intense about fucking. Whereas making love can be much more romantic and personal and about the connection and about the, “I am with you and you alone. I picked you of everyone on this planet and I cherish you.” It’s a more personal, not necessarily more intimate, but a more personal experience and connection.
Chris Rose (05:08):
And our culture tends to elevate making love over fucking, and people think that that’s the right way to have sex, the polite way. And fucking sometimes gets left to casual sex, or sex with strangers where we give ourselves permission to be more animalistic and more raw, physically. And we think it’s important. And there’s a fabulous marriage therapists, David Schnarch and his book Passionate Marriage that we’ve covered on previous episodes that he really thinks that fucking is an important part of a healthy longterm marriage. And we couldn’t agree more.
Chris Rose (05:48):
So whether or not you’re in a casual relationship, or in a longterm marriage, we are going to encourage you to fuck more often and we’re going to talk about what that means in this episode and how to do it, how to activate it in your life.
Charlotte Rose (06:03):
Great. You had talked about his book in the episode Healthy Fucking.
Chris Rose (06:07):
Which is number what?
Charlotte Rose (06:08):
Which is number 159.
Chris Rose (06:10):
All right, so go to our website, pleasuremechanics.com, look in the podcast archives and find episode 159, where I talk about healthy fucking. All right, so let’s talk about how to fuck. In that episode we talked about why it’s important. Let’s talk about how to do it.
Charlotte Rose (06:28):
Before we jump into that, can I just say that I think that this is something that has been thought of as not very moral for women to do. This is that idea that if you’re too into it, you’re slutty and you must really like sex and it’s not polite and it’s not moral to be really-
Chris Rose (06:47):
Good girls don’t fuck.
Charlotte Rose (06:48):
No, absolutely not. Just slutty girls, right? So I think that that’s something that we have to process and reject, but notice that that is part of our cultural script. So I think that has to be released before one can really give oneself over to fucking.
Chris Rose (07:05):
And yet we hear from so many women, so often that just want to be fucked. “My man is too gentle with me. He loves me. He’s so nice to me. He’s so sweet. He’s always asking me how things are, but all I want to do is be fucked. All I want is for him to let loose and fuck me.” We hear that constantly. And so I think women have this struggle of they’re not supposed to want it, but they really do want it. They’re not supposed to be too into it. And yet that’s what they crave. So we as a culture need to work on this. And individually in your relationships and in your own psyche, we need to heal this divide between our desires and what we give ourselves permission to want and ask for. Because I think a lot of these guys who these women are referencing are more than excited to fuck their wives, more than excited to get into it, but feel like they have to hold back to be polite.
Chris Rose (07:59):
So it affects both of us. And this is something that I always want to present, that anything that’s affecting female sexuality is equally affecting male sexuality. We’re in it together. So let’s let loose and give all of us permission to ask for being fucked to want to be fucked. And this word, it might feel abrasive to hear, fucking, we use it for a… There’s a great website or something. Maybe I’ll find and try to put it on this podcast page. It’s all the different ways the word fuck is used. I don’t give a fuck. Fuck you. Fuck that. I feel fucked by him. There’s so many ways this word is used. It’s a very powerful word. What we mean when we’re talking about how to fuck, fucking, right now is the idea of sex let loose from cultural niceties.
Chris Rose (08:53):
It’s not polite. It’s not restrained. It’s not held back. It’s when your body is fully into it, you are moving like animals. You’re going after pleasure, you’re fully in it for the experience of that bodies colliding together in a sweaty heap of pleasure. It doesn’t have to include intercourse, which I think might be a mind fuck for a lot of you. It doesn’t have to include intercourse. That’s our primary vision, because we’re so intercourse-centric in this culture of you know that penis and vagina fucking. It can be with hands, it can be with a toy, it can be anal, it can be oral. It can actually not include body contact at all if you really want to get trippy. But the energy of fucking is just that complete, abandoned to pleasure where you’re going after it with full force. That’s how I think of it. Is that kind of what you’re thinking, Charlotte?
Charlotte Rose (09:52):
Yes, and I think as we’ve said, it is most common. It’s easier often for people to do with strangers, or a new sex.
Chris Rose (09:59):
Charlotte Rose (10:00):
Because we are not known. Because we are not-
Chris Rose (10:03):
We can be anonymous animals.
Charlotte Rose (10:05):
Yeah, we can activate and we can presence that part of ourselves. Once you know, love and are domestic with somebody, it is much harder to access that kind of energy. And that is troublesome, because I think that we do deeply crave that kind of physicality. And so how do we bring that back? How do we give ourselves permission and create the relationship where we have permission to access this.
Chris Rose (10:32):
Right. And so much of this about inhibitions and especially when alcohol or drugs are involved and we talk about them lowering our inhibitions. And so if we think about those inhibitions as shame and fear and judgment, that’s what’s holding us back. How do we do that in our relationship, sober, or with a little bit of wine, whatever you want, but without getting drunk and loaded and going home with a stranger and taking on all of the risks that that entails? Because let’s be clear, there is freedom in casual sex, but there is also a lot of risk. And if you’re in a longterm relationship and you want your husband to fuck you like silly, you have to lower your inhibitions, on your own, without alcohol and be able to name and ask for what you want. And that’s a lot scarier perhaps.
Chris Rose (11:25):
But the freedom in that is that once you establish that kind of relationship, you can get fucked like silly as frequently as you want if that open communication is there with your partner, they know what you want, they’re not judging you, they’re on board with it too, and then you have that range. You can make sweet, beautiful love sometimes and it can be slow and tender if that’s what your body is craving. And other times you can fuck like bunnies and that’s what your body’s craving in that moment and you have that vocabulary to ask for the range. That’s what’s important.
Charlotte Rose (12:00):
I think the casual sex there isn’t the relationship, so there is nothing but the physicality, so of course it’s easier to drop into that place. I think there’s also this myth perhaps that fucking is fueled by passion and lust. And it actually doesn’t have to be, it can be fueled by the desire to experience intensity and intense sex and that can be brought forth and generated so that you’re generating a intense athletic experience.
Chris Rose (12:27):
Right. It’s funny athletic, because that’s what I was thinking. You might run like hell if you’re being chased by a bear, and that’s fueled by that moment and that lust of, “I want to stay alive and I’m running for my life.” Or you can step onto a track and run like hell, because you choose to.
Charlotte Rose (12:43):
Yeah. Right. And I think that’s a really important distinction. So this idea that lust is the only time we can experience that doesn’t have to be.
Chris Rose (12:53):
Yes. That’s a big point. Let’s just sit with that for a second. But what that takes is asking for it and communicating with your partner. “What I’m really craving right now is to really go for it and some primal fucking, you up for that?”
Charlotte Rose (13:09):
Chris Rose (13:10):
What would it take to say that sentence to your partner? What’s in the way?
Charlotte Rose (13:14):
Because let’s be clear, that is only going to feel good for the woman if she is really warmed up.
Chris Rose (13:19):
Charlotte Rose (13:19):
So you can be more gentle and loving if you want to in the warm up stage in the getting her really aroused, giving her an orgasm, perhaps, prior to thrusting, with your penis, if you’re going to be doing that kind of fucking. Or your hands, or warming up with the hands and then eventually graduating to a toy, or a penis. You can bring the thoughtful, loving attitude and energy into the whole experience, but get warmed up.
Chris Rose (13:49):
That is such a true point. So if you’re fucking into a vagina, or an anus, foreplay’s absolutely necessary, absolutely necessary. And that foreplay can be in the fucking energy. It can be rough and tumble in your wrestling and kissing and biting one another. Or it can be a massage followed by lots of clitoral stimulation and seductive talk. And then you build up that desire to the point where you are ready to fuck. And the vagina is in engorged and you’re using lubrication, or she’s wet enough and you have created the conditions for that fucking to happen. Because the idea of a quickie, sometimes when we think of fucking we go right to, “Oh, we’re so passionate and I’m just going to throw you on the kitchen table and plunge into you.” Not so good for the vagina. Vaginas need to be warmed up and sex intercourse feels best when it is primed, when it is ready for penetration.
Chris Rose (14:46):
We do hear from some women who love being plunged into very fast without a lot of warm up, but I think these women are living in a warmed up state. They are aroused enough, they are feeling sexual enough that they’re ready in a quick way. But that’s because they’ve been living in a foreplay state. So I just want to put that out there. And not to say every woman needs 30 minutes of warmup and orgasms to be ready for penetration. Sometimes women are ready and when they’re ready they’re ready. But it’s what’s important is it comes from the person being penetrated. You can fuck with pegging and prostate massage, by the way, men can be the ones being penetrated. What’s important is the body being penetrated is ready for it and they ask for it and it’s their choice when that penetration begins.
Charlotte Rose (15:37):
Yes, and most women will need at least 30 minutes of warmup. There are very few women statistically speaking, that are ready for quick penetration.
Chris Rose (15:47):
Yeah. I just wanted to presence them because they do exist.
Charlotte Rose (15:49):
Chris Rose (15:50):
And the more foreplay, the more seduction you have in your relationship as a whole, the more her body will be ready for this kind of fucking energy. And I think that’s a point we’ve covered in other podcasts. You can look for seduction on the podcast archive. This idea of seducing your lover throughout your relationship is important. And most people feel ready to fuck when they’re living a turned on life. When they feel erotic, they feel sexy as they walk through the world. And that is preparation that goes beyond the scope of this podcast. But that’s important too, is that you feel sexy. You feel fuckable.
Charlotte Rose (16:30):
Right. And then in the rest of the relationship you’re feeling cared for and valued and respected. So there’s this good relationship happening and then you’re having this experience, but it is not about being disrespected or being lesser than.
Chris Rose (16:46):
Right. I think it’s important that you want to fuck your spouse. If we’re talking about fucking your spouse. And that means respecting your spouse, not having resentment, all of those prequalifying conditions. But let’s talk about fucking. What does it mean? We’ve warmed up the body, the body’s ready to be penetrated. What are the differences once we’re actually in the act between making love and fucking?
Charlotte Rose (17:08):
Because fucking is a very physical, primal experience. There are certain kinds of movements that are more related to this kind of sex than lovemaking, for instance. And we’re going to talk about that a little bit. Most obvious are rhythm and speed. With fucking, you are more likely to do more of a deep thrust that has a real-
Chris Rose (17:30):
Strong, driving, rhythm.
Charlotte Rose (17:32):
Chris Rose (17:33):
You’re doing it with your hands.
Charlotte Rose (17:34):
I know, Like a real kind of pulse to it. Often for making love. We think about slow, sweet, love making and you’re really drawing out the experience. Looking into each other’s eyes, taking deep, pausing and being still sometimes. Fucking is faster. There is more of an intensity and a drive and there’s more speed.
Chris Rose (18:00):
Which you might build up to, over time.
Charlotte Rose (18:02):
Chris Rose (18:03):
But you get to this point of a nice driving forceful rhythm, which also means staying in a rhythm for a while. It means being able to stay in that point of intensity. Whereas making love, you might build up to that and then come back down and it’s these waves and these crescendos, but it’s not this intense period of being fucked. Right? And so I think yes, so you said, speed, you build up to it and it eventually gets faster. And then the rhythm is that constant driving, not letting up feeling until one or both of you climaxes. You build up, you stay there and draw it out. And this can happen in any position, but I think what’s important here is this idea of being able to build up to the intensity and stay there. And a lot of women report the feeling of their cervixes being stimulated by that deep, thrusting rhythmic penetration, activates the cervix.
Chris Rose (19:08):
And if you can get into different positions, it doesn’t matter how big the penis is, most of the time it will reach and your cervix gets pounded. And the cervix has specific nerves that run to the brain and are hooked up into our arousal system in this very primal way. The cervix can be very tender on some women, and other women love this feeling, and even love the day after. Their cervix can even feel a little bit bruised a little bit…
Charlotte Rose (19:36):
Oh, that’s a horrible word.
Chris Rose (19:38):
But I’ve heard women talk about this, it’s like that deep internal part. So the cervix, little anatomy lesson, is the entrance to the uterus. It’s the deepest part of the vagina and it’s that feeling of the deepest part of their vagina being used and activated and bruised…
Charlotte Rose (19:58):
Activated, I’m much more comfortable with.
Chris Rose (20:00):
But bruise like after sex sometimes you feel a little bit tenderized, a little pummeled and this is part of the fucking experience I think is waking up the next day and being like, “Ooh, my ass from that spanking. Whoa. Yeah.” It’s not bruised as an injury it’s bruised as having been used.
Charlotte Rose (20:19):
Chris Rose (20:19):
Yeah. Used and activated.
Charlotte Rose (20:21):
So we’re talking about really deep penetration here and making the point again, you’re already really warmed up. You’ve built up to this. You’re not starting there. That would be really uncomfortable-
Chris Rose (20:31):
Charlotte Rose (20:31):
… and painful for many women. The cervix is only going to feel delicious.
Chris Rose (20:34):
… this is the summit of lots of foreplay.
Charlotte Rose (20:36):
Yes. It’s only going to feel good when it is really, really warmed up. You have to start from the outside of the body and move deeper and deeper into the body and the arousal builds.
Chris Rose (20:47):
Yeah, and the person being penetrated again, we’ve said it, we’ll say it again, really wants to want this for it to feel super pleasurable. And this is where the artistry of fucking comes in. It’s not just about going for it with everything you’ve got. It’s about building it up until the anticipation and the desire and the longing is so big that when you get to the fucking, it’s a relief. It’s a fulfillment of that desire that you’ve built up. And this is the emotional part. This is the seduction part. This is the relationship part of fucking.
Chris Rose (21:21):
And that can build up inside of you as an individual and then it builds up between you as you do the foreplay, as you gracefully enter the intensity. And just to say, if you feel like you’re not getting fucked big enough or deep enough by your partners parts, whether that’s penis or fingers, you can be fucked with toys and you can get a toy as big as you want it to be. And then your partner can use that toy on you. And if you are a size queen and want to be filled, super filled up and really deep and really big, they make dildos in all sorts of sizes. And don’t feel shy about asking for that. And if you’re a guy and your partner wants something bigger, you can choose to take that personally and get a complex about it, or you can choose to be like, “I’m going to be the one holding that dildo and fucking you so well with it and giving you exactly what you want and that is sexy and that’s powerful for me.” And so that’s really about attitude.
Charlotte Rose (22:23):
Yeah, that’s a lot for a lot of men though.
Chris Rose (22:25):
We will do another episode on this.
Charlotte Rose (22:26):
Okay. But the other thing that you can do is wear a butt plug, if you are experiencing that you want more.
Chris Rose (22:33):
The man or the women?
Charlotte Rose (22:35):
But the woman could wear a butt plugs to feel more filled up and a lot of people report that that makes penetration feel bigger and deeper no matter the size of the men’s cock.
Chris Rose (22:46):
Charlotte Rose (22:47):
So that’s another way to feel more filled up.
Chris Rose (22:49):
Charlotte Rose (22:50):
If you like that kind of feeling.
Chris Rose (22:51):
Or use lots of fingers and go to fisting, which is actually one of our most popular podcast episodes is our episode on how to fist. And most women will be satisfied with the size of your fist if they can take it, anyway, okay.
Chris Rose (23:07):
So size, being filled up, being full, that rhythmic pounding of fucking, I think that’s the core experience for many people. It’s that experience of being left breathless at the end and hopefully both of you will climax. And if the guy climaxes first from all of this intense friction and fucking, then let’s be sure to take care of the partner and fuck her again with fingers, a toy, oral sex, whatever she needs to finish that experience and also be left feeling breathless and collapsed in a pool of pleasure. That I think is the idea of being fucked, is used, exhausted, done.
Charlotte Rose (23:53):
Chris Rose (23:54):
Charlotte Rose (23:55):
Chris Rose (23:56):
Yes. So many of us are so pent up sexually and every once in a while just need to be fucked into oblivion until you reset. And it’s interesting because there’s an image of like being released and drained and empty, but at the same time you’re very full of energy and you’re gaining something through this experience.
Charlotte Rose (24:19):
And remember though, in our culture, we often think about the men fucking and the women more lying still. And remember that the women can be really active in this experience and push back. If you’re in missionary, you can have your feet on the bed, so you can really push and [crosstalk 00:24:40] thrust back into them. You can be active in this. And we talked about this a whole bunch in last week’s episode.
Chris Rose (24:47):
176 find it in our podcast archive. It is a companion episode. It’s about how to move during sex. And if you have not figured out yet how to move during sex, the experience of fucking and being fucked will be hard to access.
Charlotte Rose (25:04):
It’ll be less pleasurable. So it’s another tool to have in your sexy tool belt.
Chris Rose (25:08):
Yes. So, how to move, how to fuck. These two episodes go hand in hand together. And put it into practice. So much of this is about giving yourself permission to stop holding back. I think so many of us know this experience of being in bed and there’s more you want, there’s more you want to chase after. But we hold back in order to be polite, not to be too much, not to be judged, not to feel slutty, not to feel like we scare our partner away. We hold back. And the core of the emotions of fucking is not holding back and all of those inhibitions are gone. They have been checked at the door and you are an animal doing your human thing of fucking.
Chris Rose (25:52):
And it’s so funny, we talk about fucking like animals, but animal sex is actually really boring. Most animals thrust one to three times before ejaculation. And if you look up animal sex on YouTube, most of it is very boring. Humans are the fucking machines. Humans are the most creative, erotic beings on the face of this planet. We have a very creative, awesome sexuality. It’s part of our relationships. It’s part of kinship, it’s part of our emotional lives. It’s part of our spiritual lives. And let’s fuck like humans instead of fucking like animals. Let’s fuck like the human animal. All that we’re designed to do.
Chris Rose (26:34):
And the fulfillment of that, the satisfaction of that, and again, that’s the range. That’s not just fucking, as we’ve been talking about, that intensity. It’s the range of how we can make love, how we can fuck, how we can have sex with one another, how we can give one another pleasure. Even with just our minds and even with just our voice, we can bring one another to these high States of arousal. That’s what’s so exciting is exploring that whole range of possibility and that’s what we want for you.
Charlotte Rose (27:02):
Yeah. Knowing that it’s all within us, it’s all there.
Chris Rose (27:05):
And this idea of athletic sex.
Charlotte Rose (27:07):
Chris Rose (27:08):
Circling back to that. We talked about that at the beginning of this episode of being willing to get sweaty, being willing to get breathless, being willing to use our muscles to really fuck. And I learned a lot about this when I started using strap-ons, of how difficult it is actually to fuck a woman well, using your hips while you’re propping your weight up on your forearms, using that thrusting again and again and again to fuck well is an athletic feat. And it’s fun to take it on as an exercise, as a sport that you want to get better at. It’s one thing to choose to get better at basketball. How about we get better at fucking and build those muscles, build our stamina, build our endurance so we can be better fucking humans.
Charlotte Rose (27:55):
And this is not less intimate. I think there’s this idea that fucking is lesser than making love because perhaps it’s less emotional, but I don’t think that’s true. It can be just as intimate in a physical way, perhaps not as emotional, but there are all kinds of different intimacy. And when it’s with your lover, one of those with your longterm partner, it can be emotionally intimate to release this certain part of you and to see one another in this state. And to give permission to be all of yourself. Not just being loved for who you are, but also being loved for your body. It’s a different, it’s a physical intimacy.
Chris Rose (28:36):
Charlotte Rose (28:37):
Not just an emotional intimacy. And that’s so cool in a longterm relationship to be able to access all of it.
Chris Rose (28:42):
And yet to complicate things further, we also know that emotions can come up when you’re fucking vigorously and when you have intense physical activity. Sometimes people cry, sometimes people laugh, sometimes people feel rage. All of those emotions can be part of fucking, you just channel it into the physical plane. And that I think is what can be therapeutic. If you harness all of those emotions and you bring them out physically, just like running can be a great relief for stress or grief. And you run till you’re breathless and then you feel better afterwards. You release those endorphins.
Chris Rose (29:14):
That’s the same thing that’s happening when you’re fucking. Your endorphins are flowing, you might even get a hit of adrenaline and it can really purge you of so much that’s pent up.
Charlotte Rose (29:25):
Yes, it’s a cleansing. And we’ve done a great episode on crygasms too. Check it out if that is something that happens for you.
Chris Rose (29:32):
So go fuck my dear friends. Go fuck your hearts out. Fuck your longterm lover and fuck with all that you got and be a better fucking human each time you fuck. Build up your endurance for fucking. Fuck yeah. I’m just trying to use the word fuck as much as I can right now. So we hope this has helped you discover how to fuck with more fucking authenticity, more fucking enthusiasm, and we hope you enjoy your fucking day.
Chris Rose (30:03):
Charlotte Rose (30:04):
Chris Rose (30:05):
We are the Pleasure Mechanics. You can find us at pleasuremechanics.com, where you’ll also find our online courses. And if you want to fuck with greatness, our Foreplay Mastery Course is a must. It’s a fucking must. [crosstalk 00:30:19] It’s going to make you a great fucking fucker and fuckee. Just go check that out and use the code speakingofsex for 20% off your fucking online course. We’re the Pleasure Mechanics.
Charlotte Rose (30:34):
Wishing you a lifetime of pleasure.
Chris Rose (30:37):
Enjoy your fucking day.