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Ok, now that we've got a few responses, (and as I'm writing this beforehand, expositive ones, I hope), I'll continue with part 2.

Regardless of how you answered the previous question, here's a new poser for ya:

Q2) Does a feeling of protectiveness for someone who you either a) like or b) feel neutral toward, ever elicit a feeling of desire (no matter to what degree; a smidgen to very intense) for that person? 

Yes? No? Sometimes? 

If only sometimes, when do you feel that it does vs. when it doesn't?  Is there another factor that needs to be there in order for that desire to be felt?  Is it usually of the same intensity?

Please take your time answering this, because a lot to do with these questions seems to be a no-brainer, gut reaction, but I'd appreciate it if there would be some more thought put into it, because frequently we can come up with some very interesting insights if we don't just parrot back out what society has programmed us to think and feel (or at least to say that we think and feel in such-and-such a way.)  And it can be ever so interesting to find out, after a little bit of thought, that we actually *don't*.  Or even that we do, but may have different reasons for feeling that way than we previously thought.   (Boy, am I getting wordy tonight or what?)

Last bit, which I'm not actually so interested in, but will probably be more fun to answer, why do you think you react that way?

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