Sèx counts in a relationship or marriage but too much of it or even at an early stage, causes lots of problems. Especially on the female, though it’s good for immunity but becomes hurty taking no keen attention to that.
We can’t turn our libidos on like a light switch
Guys seem ready for sex anytime, anywhere, but for most women it’s not so easy. “Men can get erections from their genitals brushing against their clothing,” .“They might expect that women can get aroused quickly when actually it takes much longer, and it’s not just about the physical, the mental stuff has to be in place, too.”
The mental weight from daily stresses such as work deadlines and household duties can negatively impact a woman’s séxuãl appetite. Most men are able to ignore such worries and dive right in, creating a situation where they can’t understand why their partner doesn’t automatically jump into a steamy clinch, too.
Sex isn’t over when you have an orgasm
Just because men have reached completion doesn’t mean that the sexual escapade is over. “We just assume that it’s over and that’s unfair.
Women aren’t all the same. Ask what we would like in bed.
Do have the feeling that your guy has used the same moves on every partner that he’s ever had? Does he assume that what works on another woman, works on you, too? Sorry, ladies. You might have to accept some of the blame for this one. “Women don’t often tell their partners how things make them feel. They want their partners to be mind readers,”
“Men could use help in terms of honest communication.”
We’re visual, too
Women primp, pose and pluck themselves into séxuãl perfection. Lingerie, perfume, high heels, you’ve all got the props covered, but when it comes to your partner, you’re greeted with black socks, and questionable personal hygiene. A little more effort would be appreciated! “Male partners should be reminded that women are visual, too”
Orgasm through penetration isn’t the be all and end all
“Men think that women should always have an orgasm. In movies and pornography, women are having orgasms at the drop of a hat, so men are getting an unrealistic picture of what women’s orgasms are really like. For many women, orgasms can be difficult to achieve, and their partner might take it personally if she can’t have one. “It’s crazy for men to think that they must give their partners an orgasm; they should banish it from their thoughts because it puts pressure on them to be sexual dynamos, and it puts pressure on their female partners to perform. Or it leads women to faking which doesn’t help anybody,” she says.
Don’t worry if we become temporarily silent or still
Some men believe that you’re not making loud noises, or wildly writhing around during sex, you’re not enjoying yourself, but they couldn’t be more wrong. “I’ve heard from a lot of women who have problems having an orgasm that when a woman’s body goes totally still or silent it just means that they’re really focusing on the sensations a