Your stomach does a flip and your pulse skips when she moves. This goes beyond a discussion of breasts, buttocks, and the boudoir. Plus considerable amounts.
Romantic love for a lady, or for any other human being, is an emotion so powerful that it goes beyond the body's chemical reactions.
The love you have for your partner can (and should) scramble your brain and upend your universe at any time in your life. That is the allure. The sensation of being living.
When we had just gotten married, I wanted to know what my husband admired most about me, so I posed this question to him.
I was in my 20s and self-conscious about my large-ish hips, which strangely became fashionable in my 40s. My hips bothered me because they were two to three sizes larger than my top.
Men had made disparaging remarks to me, such as "You have child-bearing hips." or "You've got your weight in the wrong place." Needless to say, neither of these meet-ups resulted in a second meeting.
Men and women have very different tastes in terms of what they like and detest about each other's bodies. Based on my work with couples, here are a few traits that men appreciate about women.
Because I view love as having three dimensions, I am unable to empathize with the concept of singling out a particular aspect of a woman's body and claiming that it lacks sexual appeal.
When it comes to my wife, I adore her soul as well as her entire physique. Every night, just before we go to bed, she rolls over on her side, and I snuggle up and hold her closely, her body so close to mine that we feel one.
I find spooning personal and sexy. Unbreakable soul bond. Three-dimensional love is indefinable.