11 Secrets All Happy Couples Know About Sex
Written by Yella Hewings-Martin, Ph. But how do you keep the spark alive? Share on Pinterest Is there a secret to a fulfilling sex life? Sex is a key factor in most romantic relationships. But last week, a new study showed that 34 percent of women and 15 percent of men who had lived with their partner for at least 1 year had lost interest in sex.
We had a good amount of femininity. I liked him a lot, we had great chemistry and the foreplay was hot AF. But not en route for keep score or anything — as scorekeeping when it comes to femininity never gets you anywhere good — out of all the times we had sex, he came percent of the time, while I barely orgasmed maybe two or three times. Although I'm not alone here. A contemporary study published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior found a huge orgasm gap between straight women and all else. While 95 percent of above-board men and 86 percent of lesbians say they usually or always orgasm, only 65 percent of straight women can say the same. While a few tend to get concerned that they're unable to finish with their affiliate, I'm not. After some reassuring, neither was he.
Able-bodied, OK, sometimes bad sex is advantageous because it teaches you what you don't like and also without it there would be a lot a lesser amount of to talk about while getting tipsy at brunch. But once you're all the rage a relationshipthe sex should be able. When it is, it's part of the glue that binds you two together. And when it's not, it can be the wedge that drives you so far apart you air back one day and are akin to, WTF was I thinking staying all the rage that hellscape I called a relationship? Here, 11 things all happy couples know are absolutely true when it comes to sex. Quantity may attempt down over the years, but the quality generally should go up. My congratulations if you manage to be the rare couple who is allay going at it like rabbits years into your relationship.