Dirty Talk: Infamous Quotes on Sex and Love

An expanding list of funny, irreverent, truthful, and memorable quotes on sex, love, and everything in between.

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Camille Paglia: “Men chase by night those they will not greet by day.”

Chuck Palahniuk: “My first time I jacked off, I thought I'd invented it. I looked down at my sloppy handful of junk and thought, This is going to make me rich.”

Chuck Palahniuk: "I haven't been fucked like that since grade school."

Dorothy Parker: “She was pleased to have him come and never sorry to see him go.”

C.D. Payne: “Consider, if you will, the morning boner. What a metaphor of hope and renewal! How can anyone give way to despair when one’s groin greets each day with such a gala spectacle of physical optimism?”

Prince Philip: “I don't think a prostitute is more moral than a wife, but they are doing the same thing.”

Marge Piercy: “It is not sex that gives the pleasure, but the lover.”

Steven Pinker: “Sex and excretion are reminders that anyone's claim to round-the-clock dignity is tenuous. The so-called rational animal has a desperate drive to pair up and moan and writhe.”

Alejandra Pizarnik: “Because no one has more thirst for earth, for blood, and for ferocious sexuality than the creatures who inhabit cold mirrors.”

Plato: "At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet."

Plato: "Love is the joy of the good, the wonder of the wise, the amazement of the Gods."

Natalie Portman: “Lying is the most fun a woman can have without taking her clothes off.”

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