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    • Nat (Login Nafana)
      Posted Oct 10, 2002 4:33 PM

      Since you have now idenified I will put you post back:

      posted October 10 2002 at 3:02 PM by a non y mous (no login)

      Response to Biblical views

      Since when is arousal and desire not the same thing?

      According to the dictionary ::

      a·rouse Pronunciation Key (-rouz)
      v. a·roused, a·rous·ing, a·rous·es
      v. tr.
      To awaken from or as if from sleep.
      To stir up; excite: The odd sight aroused our curiosity. See Synonyms at provoke.
      To stimulate sexual desire in

      de·sire Pronunciation Key (d-zr)
      tr.v. de·sired, de·sir·ing, de·sires
      To wish or long for; want.
      To express a wish for; request.
      Sexual appetite; passion


      n 1: a strong sexual desire
      have a craving, appetite, or great desire for

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