To engage in sensual activity that may or may not involve multiple senses. Sensual activity includes but is not limited to kissing (with or without tongues), cuddling, holding hands, sharing a meal, etc. and is acted out of sensual, rather than sexual, desires, although sexual desires may occur at the same time. If all five senses are involved, an S may be appended to the word “sense,” provided that it is used in the phrase “all the senses.”
EXAMPLE USAGE: I had sense with my queerplatonic partner last weekend, and it was great.
She is going to have all the senses with her long-distance girlfriend when they next meet.
SYNONYMS: asex (if no sexual attraction exists between either participant).
This entry was published on 7 March 2012 and has 43 note(s).
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