There's a saying that goes, "The best plan is to profit by the folly of others. I want to share with you a few things I've learned -- the hard way -- concerning girls and relationships. Specifically, I've jotted down ten reasons why I'm now waiting until marriage to have sex.
Relationship issues, anger, and resentment towards themselves all result from unaddressed sex drive issues. Cultural aspects of a women's upbringing, such as religion and subtle messages about female body anatomy passed through generations, also affect women's sexuality. Familial and cultural influences have a lot to do with the psychological aspect of female sexuality.
We believe that sex is a beautiful, God-given desire that can bring a husband and wife together in oneness. We also believe sex is a thermometer that measures the depth of the relationship—its presence or absence often indicates the level of commitment and intimacy in other areas of your marriage. For sex to be truly satisfying to both partners, each has to risk being totally open and vulnerable to the other.
With chronic conditions, sex can get put on the back burner. However, healthy sexuality and sexual expression are at the top of the list when it comes to maintaining quality of life, no matter what other problems a person may face. People with type 2 diabetes are no different. Type 2 diabetes can cause sexual complications for both sexes.
A new survey found 43 per cent of women said they had a higher libido than the man they were having sex with, casting doubt on the received wisdom that it's always blokes who want it more. There was little difference between the sexes with 42 per cent of men saying they wanted sex more than their wife or girlfriend. And of these, two-thirds 62 per cent said the different sex drives had been a factor in their eventual split.
TBH, most guys won't give a flying condom about any of these—but everyone's different. You're naked, he's naked, and you're both aroused. The smells, sweat, and sounds can suddenly seem erotically charged-to you, that is.
An unbridgeable gap in understanding. But we asked a bunch of straight men to be as descriptive as possible when telling us what it actually feels like to put their penis in a vagina, so we can all get a little closer to understanding. All names have been changed, because few men want to publicly declare what sex feels like on the internet.
Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. Married and Still Doing It.