(Msg. #69. Whisky_River) The feelings he is probably referring to is "caring".....anyone can rut for the sake of need...like an animal....that's the easy part!
Perhaps it’s just me but I don’t understand not having any feelings for a person I had sex with. The person made me feel good. Why wouldn’t I have feelings for them? It doesn’t make any sense to me. I may not be madly in love with them but, yes, I do have feelings for them.
I think most people consider sex to be something really good. If that’s the case when someone does something really good for us don’t we naturally have feelings for them?
Where is sex on a scale of good deeds? Is sex better than lunch? If some random stranger offered to buy us lunch with no strings attached wouldn’t we appreciate them? If we dropped something we were carrying, say a handful of papers and a random stranger stopped to help us pick them up wouldn’t we be thankful? Wouldn’t we think nice thoughts about the person?
I’m just guessing but it sounds like one is talking about being ashamed of themselves if they don’t have good feelings about the other person. It sounds like they’re thinking, “Look what you made me do.” Or allowed me to do. Or some other guilty feeling due to their view of sex.
Two people sharing themselves is beautiful unless one is a wacko trying to hurt the other. In that case it’s not the sex that’s wrong. The wrongness is one person is disturbed, mentally ill or just wicked.