We don’t live together and we see each other like 4-5 times a week depending on how busy we both are. Hello Caller, Culturally we are still incredibly clumsy with how we talk about women’s sexuality. Men didn’t need a word to describe them but women apparently do. That can make the female with a higher libido feel like crap, because it seems like you don’t exist other than as some caricature. When there is a mismatch in libidos and there is little or no acknowledgement, one person can feel rejected and that’s where you seem to be at.
Have you noticed that there is even a word for middle aged women who want sex? So, firstly, if you want to stay in relationship with this guy then there has to be a conversation between the two of you about this issue.
In its absence, we’ve been handed the baton and have been tasked with continuing it’s epic sexual mission. ' will be getting to get to the bottom of all manor of sex-related issues.
From staying safe in the bedroom and avoiding unplanned pregnancies to figuring out how to do it, when to do it and who to do it with, we’ll have it covered.
Overall, the findings prove that there’s no “normal” amount of time to have sex. “Condom use didn’t seem to affect the time, and neither did men’s being circumcised or not,” Zietsch wrote.
“This challenges some conventional wisdom regarding penile sensitivity and its relationship to staying power in the sack. But now you know that a “normal” amount of time to have sex doesn’t exist.
From man bits to masturbation, virgins to vulvas, boobs to blowjobs and everything in between, there was nowhere it feared to tread in its quest to lay sex bare.
But now, alas, the time has come for Sexperience to hang up its lucky pants, grab some soothing balm and head out into a well-earned retirement.
Another surprising finding was that the older the couple, the shorter the sex, contrary to the prevailing wisdom (probably peddled by older men).
But everyone cares about it so we want to share whatever we know and can learn.
Lack of libido is not just a female issue, says our in-house therapist Ms X – and doing nothing is only going to make the problem worse. I want to talk to him about it so that we can figure out what’s going on but I’m not sure how to broach the subject without making him feel uncomfortable about his sex drive, and I certainly don’t want to make him feel sexually inadequate.
We’ll be adding plenty of content to the Sex and Relationships section of the ‘Am I Normal?
’ site in the coming weeks and months including articles, cheat sheets, polls, videos, quizzes and more.
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