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- Jan 8, 2010
Agent Intellect. Not sure if you were referring to my post with your "1" but it applies anyway in the sense of it not being painful if one's physical interest is low.1 - Predominantly heterosexual, only incidentally homosexual.
Continuing with the food/sex parallel, a person can have a low sensual/sexual appetite for anything. There are those who don't care for wine, there are the average persons, and there are super-tasters who can distinguish and take a great interest in tasting variations.(1) Both food and sex are painful when one has zero of it (for the average person).
I am average; my wife (I estimate) has a poor sense of smell. My physical interest in sex used to be average. Because of my age my physical interest has gone way way down, but my observation and sexual interest looking at faces down to their twenties has stayed the same or even improved as I'm less blinded by sex*. That gets a higher rating than (1). Among a macho group of males that's hard to admit, but too bad.
*I'm not sure what I mean by that without further introspection.