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Facade's avatar

What constitues a "freak" when it comes to sex?

Asked by Facade (22884points) April 22nd, 2009
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charliecompany34's avatar

she wants to do it all the time whenever and wherever.

The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

When urine or feces are involved.

Facade's avatar

@The_Compassionate_Heretic I think I can agree with that. It’s the ultimate no-no

The_Compassionate_Heretic's avatar

@Facade Yeah when that becomes part of the sex act, therapy is the way to go, not sex.

hungryhungryhortence's avatar

The person who lists off every act they want without asking what you’re into, at all. That’s the person who deserves to be humored to their every expectation and then shared nothing.

Aethelwine's avatar

She’s a very kinky girl, the kind you don’t take home to mother.

kenmc's avatar

@jonsblond Rick James lurve :)

knitfroggy's avatar

I believe it is subjective-I think screwing stuffed animals is freaky, but others think it’s totally ok.

La_chica_gomela's avatar

removed by me

Aethelwine's avatar

@La_chica_gomela I just like Rick James. Now I have the song stuck in my head.

MacBean's avatar

It’s different for everyone and depends on personal taste.

cookieman's avatar

Penguins.

When it involves penguins, you are a freak.

TaoSan's avatar

If she wants to gag you with a slip she wore for 7 days you know you’re in trouble…

and penguins of course…

Facade's avatar

@TaoSan That’s not too bad :P

TaoSan's avatar

@Facade

Sorry, when I buy those on the interwebz I always…..ouw….sigh…

eponymoushipster's avatar

banging another flutherer, while yelling “Good Answer! Good Answer!”...that’s freaky.

Aethelwine's avatar

@eponymoushipster I guess Blondesjon and I are “freaks”. Takes one to know one.

eponymoushipster's avatar

@jonsblond so you yell “Good Answer” when you make whoopie? nice.

i don’t even want to know what makes you yell “Good Question”...<shudder>

Aethelwine's avatar

@eponymoushipster The question is: “Do I make you horny baby?”

Answer: “F”@k yeah you do!”

BookReader's avatar

…when your partner or witness(es) judge it as such…

eponymoushipster's avatar

ok, what was wrong with my first comment? seriously – what was insincere or jokey about it?

Aethelwine's avatar

@eponymoushipster I was wondering that myself. wtf?

ohmyword's avatar

I guess “freaky” is subjective. Does anyone really know what Rick James meant? haha.

Personally, anything that isn’t joked about on prime-time TV. There’s a definite difference between freaky and kinky.

tigran's avatar

I think when you add a unique element to the sexual experience it makes it freaky. Something though out that is not the first thing that would come to mind.

Divalicious's avatar

An unusual act is freaky the first time you experience it.

After that, I consider it “added to my repertoire”

peedub's avatar

A sexual frontiersman [-woman], much like Kool Keith.

evelyns_pet_zebra's avatar

kinky is using a feather; a freak uses the whole chicken. or dressing up the goat in a Little Bo Peep outfit.

softtop67's avatar

Reminds me of the driving analogy

Anyone who drives slower than you is a moron and anyone who drives faster is an idiot

funky_princess's avatar

Depends on personal preference!
What you like other people might not and vice versa

cak's avatar

@evelyns_pet_zebra eeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwww! Hysterically laughing, though!

@jonsblond – I have the song stuck in my head now, too.

Darwin's avatar

Anyone who wants to do something with you that you do not want to do, and who won’t take no for an answer.

That, to me, is a freak in terms of sex.

girlofscience's avatar

I absolutely hate the use of the term “freak” when it comes to sex.

It should be outlawed.

boffin's avatar

I remember something about a feather duster….

SeventhSense's avatar

Exhibit a.
<—————-

girlofscience's avatar

Ok, I wasn’t going to get into this, but I woke up this morning, specifically feeling bothered about some of the responses to this question, so…

@charliecompany34: Why do you say “she”? Are you implying that, for women, it should be considered “abnormal” and “freakish” to have a strong libido, but not for men?

@jonsblond: Are you serious? A kinky girl, the kind you don’t take home to mother? Last I checked, most moms don’t want to know the details of their grown children’s sex lives. Why should a sexual woman who expresses herself and is comfortable with her high sex drive and, perhaps, unique sexual preferences be treated as if she isn’t “girlfriend material”? It’s 2009 – shouldn’t people get over this idea that women are “supposed to be” shy, overly modest, missionary-only bores?! What the hell. I know it still exists, but this concept that some males have of wanting their wives/girlfriends to be reserved (and thinking that women who are more free with their sexualities are not “good enough” for mother) is really outdated and disturbing. This notion that, to be a respectable woman, one must be reserved with her sexuality, is absolutely insulting. There is no reason that a woman’s hypersexuality should deem her unworthy of a relationship.

I guess the biggest issue I had with your answer, jonsblond, is that it implied the male would enjoy this “kinky” girl as a fling, but that she would be unworthy of meeting his mother because of her sexuality.

TaoSan's avatar

@girlofscience

seeing as we all seem to be in our 30s, maybe not wanting to discuss open sexuality with an over 60 mom isn’t that sexist at all but just, well, tact?

Nothing sexist about that, really.

Just because you want to wear it on the sleeve doesn’t mean everybody not comfortable with open display is against it or even oppressive sexist.

A lady in the streets and a freak in the sheets is not a mark of oppression, it is extremely classy!

girlofscience's avatar

@TaoSan: Wow, you completely misunderstood what I was saying. I was not speaking about openly advertising one’s sexuality at ALL. See, my statement, “Last I checked, most moms don’t want to know the details of their grown children’s sex lives.”

What did you misunderstand? I was saying that a so-called “freak” should not be deemed unworthy of a relationship or meeting parents BECAUSE her “freak”-ness would not be relevant around the parents… @jonsblond was implying that “kinky” ladies are not the kind of women men should want to become serious with. None of this was about openly displaying one’s sexuality around anyone other than one’s partner… I never said that was appropriate.

cookieman's avatar

@girlofscience: As @jonsblond was quoting a very tongue-in-cheek Rick James song, I don’t think she was being serious (particularly in light of her subsequent comments).

That being said, you bring up a good point. It would be nice if views of “wife material” were more progressive, but you’re underestimating inertia.

Most women I know are only one or two generations removed from a perspective that prefers women demure and lacking in opinion or substance.

Aethelwine's avatar

@girlofscience wow! I thought we were allowed to joke here. Ever heard of this song?

Aethelwine's avatar

@girlofscience It’s ok. We all have something that we feel strongly about, don’t we. :)

cookieman's avatar

now I have that damn song stuck in my head

she’s a super freak, super freak – she’s super freakaayy (owww)

cookieman's avatar

speaking of freaky…if you two would like to kiss and make up…

Aethelwine's avatar

If I kissed all the girls that I made up with, I might be considered a freak. ;)

SeventhSense's avatar

To clarify:
<——-Freak yet not as Compassionate Heretic defines.

TaoSan's avatar

@girlofscience

Oops, yeah, now I see it. Totally read that wrong!!!!

I stand corrected…

cyndyh's avatar

“Cocaine’s a hell of a drug.”—Rick James

girlofscience's avatar

lol this thread got entirely screwed up thanks to me.

sorry for being such a moron. :(

cyndyh's avatar

Hey, it made it fun. I wasn’t sure if you were kidding at first.

Aethelwine's avatar

I was going to apologize for turning this into a Rick James thread.

It made for an interesting day, didn’t it. :P

cyndyh's avatar

It did at that. I also spent some time watching Chappelle because of it, and that’s always a good thing. :^>

MacBean's avatar

@girlofscience Even the smartest people don’t know everything. We forgive you for your pop culture shortcomings. ;) <3

DrBill's avatar

Freaky is in the eye of the beholder and their partner

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