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So I got into a little bit of a discussion last night with someone over what I thought the difference was between flirting and seduction.

I have to say, this is a bit of a touchy subject, it can be extremely different for everyone. I may think a guy is flirting with me, when his intent may be to seduce me. To simply say that seduction is the lusty game before the physical foreplay doesn’t really work for me – because flirtation can be that same lusty game.

Seduction, unfortunately, has a bit of a tawdry reputation – dimly lit back alley-saloons, philandering spouses, thick cigarette smoke, stockings and far too many pink ladies to drink. OK, maybe I watch too much television, but you get the idea.

It’s really too bad, but in my opinion, seduction is an art form that has been lost. Seduction isn’t about “tricking” someone into doing something against their nature or will, but rather about bringing forward those secret and repr essed desires that hold no regret. It’s not that drunken one-night stand and sneaking out before they wake up.


DID YOU KNOW:
Women, far more than men, are likely to act out their behaviors in real life, such as having multiple partners, casual sex, or affairs.



These days – and I’m glad I’m not dating – the whole scene seems to be about the hook-up. Maybe it’s just a misconception, but I don’t see or hear from my single friends about the effort anymore; the investment in creating the exciting sexual tension, culminating in an over-the-moon moment of intimacy like you have never experienced before.

But as to the difference between flirting and seducing, for me I think the answer is truly in the outcome. Flirtation between the two of us may create that sexual tension that we each seek openly, but flirtation ends – for me – when the intimacy reaches a physical and emotional level beyond the simply delicate touch of a hand. The passion of a kiss, the purposefully placed grope – welcomed, not harassed as in grabbing my ass at the bar as I walk past.

Seduction is not in cheesy pick- up lines and a display of machismo. It’s in the tones of the voice, the simplicity and ease at which the conversation develops; not so much innuendo as flirtation may be, but still charged and metaphorical. It requires a hint of vulnerability and bravery at the same time.

Seduction has an ultimate goal; each us of intending to take the moment to the height of passion. Flirtation is something that I can walk away from and know that the line was never even drawn, let alone crossed. Seduction is something that I walk away from, weak in the knees and with that telltale look that says “oh yes, she did.”

Andee  xoxo