• Poor poor women (and their husbands)

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    GGM [sign in to see picture]
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    A friend sent me this article in disbelief and I just had to share it with my fellow sex-lovers!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2197233/ROWAN-PELLINGS-SEX-ADVICE-COLUMN-I-hate-sex-husband.html

    Basically the gist is a woman has written for some advice because she hates sex with her husband but the comments are unbelievable!

    The tops rated comments include;

    ‘I honestly think more and more women/wives these days can't be bothered with it anymore because they can find better things to do with their time!’

    ‘I mean let's face it, sex is everywhere we look these days in one guise or another and while it's turning men on, it's having the opposite effect on women. I'm actually sick of the whole thing now because our senses have been overloaded to the point of insanity and it has lost its appeal to many women.’

    ‘I can't stand it either when my husband wants to make love. Many women feel this way and think sex is just a chore.’

    Maybe I’m just young and naïve but I’m surprised and a little saddened by these comments, are so many women really in relationships where they seem to be disgusted by their own partners desire to make love to them? Just was wondering what other people thought about this?

    I should add I feel very sorry for their husbands too...

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    not good its not just the young as wellGGM

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    That's Daily Fail readers for you! :)

    It's only a handful of comments GGM. There's tens of millions of women in the UK so I wouldn't take them as a good cross section of that group.

    I would imagine the reality is totally opposite!

    SG

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    Channel 4 sex education show that made my day when it was about the older people loved it about the oral chair

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    That's terrible. After many many years (20 odd) just the thought of having sex with my husband is still enough to get me going. Sex has got better and better over the years especially now the kids are older, and he still makes me feel like a naughty teenager. I put this down to a few things. We laugh every day, we are quite a tactile couple so there's lots of hugging, kissing and sneaky groping going on a daily basis, he's my best friend and we talk lots about anything and everything. It makes me extremely happy to satisfy him sexually and he never fails to satisfy me. What goes on in the bedroom is exciting. I love my OH more than anything in the world and our great sex life brings us closer together on so many levels.

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    SEXYGET 69 wrote:

    That's Daily Fail readers for you! :)

    It's only a handful of comments GGM. There's tens of millions of women in the UK so I wouldn't take them as a good cross section of that group.

    I would imagine the reality is totally opposite!

    SG

    Never trust the newspapers!

    Absolutely correct SG!!

    Sex, when done properly (i know this sounds silly) and with the right person is one of the most enjoyable and satisfying things in life. Give me sex everytime over a glass of wine or a book/film.

    If you are not enjoying sex then you are either with the wrong person (who isnt satisfying you) or you have some personal issues that you should seek professional help with.

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    I frequently wonder how/why some couples ever became couples and why they remain so.

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    omg.i`v been with my OH for 11 years,after having the kids it did nose dive a little bit,but it putting the effort in because you want to :-),we have a fantastic sex drive,bounce off of each other,us women aint the only ones,i`m sure men go through the same thing too though ;-)

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    I really do not agree with those people who write about women who are oh so different to men, with women having low sex drives or the need to connect emotionally, whereas men could have sex anywhere anytime with probably anyone ;) Some comment sound just like that.

    There were a few reasons for my lower sex drive for some time. One of them is the wrong contraceptive pill (oh how I don't miss you, Cerazette ;)) Furthermore I somehow put my needs and wishes aside and put my OH with his aches, pains and erection difficulties first. This is not the way to have fun for me. So I went ahead, ordered some toy, started watching some porn and experimenting with myself. I also talked to my hubby and told him I need more foreplay. Once I just asked him to please move the fingers half an inch further in that directions and WOW! - this can make the difference between writing a mental shopping list and FUCK ME NOW!!!

    Now we just have to work on his sex drive...

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    Btw I noticed that he can talk to others about him wanting more sex etc, whereas I am rather shy to do so. Thus, to others it might look like I am the low-sex-drive person here

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    mickylicky wrote:

    I really do not agree with those people who write about women who are oh so different to men

    I've never really believed the "Mars/Venus" thesis that men and women are somehow from different planets. As well as my lovely wife, I'm lucky enough to have some good female friends who at times have felt able to bare their souls to me. I haven't seen anything there which suggests that their thought processes are drastically different from mine.

    I wonder whether the underlying issue here is that, for a relationship to be enduringly successful, it's necessary for both halves to keep working on it. Unfortunately, everyday life these days presents a lot of distractions and it's not surprising that, for some people, it's the sexual side of their relationship that suffers. I've had this myself recently when work and other pressures away from home caused me a lot of stress, and I neglected both my own and my wife's needs for sex, cuddles, intimate talk etc. It's easy to believe that that the other things are more important, and that the relationship can wait, even when that may not be true. I'm glad that I've seen the light now -- and luckily without any significant damage to our relationship in the interim (thanks for your patience, kind wifey!).

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    I'm surprised there's no mention of having sex/not having sex causing cancer in that article. I mean, as everyone who's ever read the Daily Mail knows, everything gives you cancer.

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    cheer_up wrote:

    I'm surprised there's no mention of having sex/not having sex causing cancer in that article. I mean, as everyone who's ever read the Daily Mail knows, everything gives you cancer.

    yup, my dad reads it and I scan it quickly sometimes and I'm just like urgh...based soley on TDM my Dad thinks twitter and facebook are the spawn of the devil, the RIAA are entirely correct on their stance on piracy and like you say everything gives you cancer ha

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    TTurtle wrote:

    cheer_up wrote:

    I'm surprised there's no mention of having sex/not having sex causing cancer in that article. I mean, as everyone who's ever read the Daily Mail knows, everything gives you cancer.

    yup, my dad reads it and I scan it quickly sometimes and I'm just like urgh...based soley on TDM my Dad thinks twitter and facebook are the spawn of the devil, the RIAA are entirely correct on their stance on piracy and like you say everything gives you cancer ha

    Sorry slightly off topic but sexy pic Turtle! You haven't been replying on chat so don't know if you are getting my messages xxx

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    TTurtle wrote:

    cheer_up wrote:

    I'm surprised there's no mention of having sex/not having sex causing cancer in that article. I mean, as everyone who's ever read the Daily Mail knows, everything gives you cancer.

    yup, my dad reads it and I scan it quickly sometimes and I'm just like urgh...based soley on TDM my Dad thinks twitter and facebook are the spawn of the devil, the RIAA are entirely correct on their stance on piracy and like you say everything gives you cancer ha

    And everyone is either too fat or too skinny, and 50 Shades of Grey is the new Works of Shakespeare, but porn is dirty and makes 15 year olds pregnant.

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    I go through phases similar to this but it's not all the time... otherwise I wouldn't be with him!

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    sex sells so they concentrate on the sex probably a lot more things wrong with the relationships than just sex

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    maybe some these women who are disgusted by their partners need an introduction to LH?

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    Wetone wrote:

    That's terrible. After many many years (20 odd) just the thought of having sex with my husband is still enough to get me going. Sex has got better and better over the years especially now the kids are older, and he still makes me feel like a naughty teenager. I put this down to a few things. We laugh every day, we are quite a tactile couple so there's lots of hugging, kissing and sneaky groping going on a daily basis, he's my best friend and we talk lots about anything and everything. It makes me extremely happy to satisfy him sexually and he never fails to satisfy me. What goes on in the bedroom is exciting. I love my OH more than anything in the world and our great sex life brings us closer together on so many levels.

    Sorry for the late reply - This is amazing! It sounds like you have an amazing relationship and I hope I will find someone that makes me this happy :)

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