By Anonymous - 27/07/2016 20:32
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Some women don't get horny until they're either on their period or very close to it. It's a weird system we have. Good luck OP!
Maaaaybe you should talk to her about it. Reignite the passion in the relationship? But what would I know. I'm a sponge.
Period doesn't mean no sexy stuff can happen though. Even if she (or you) isn't comfortable with actual penetration while on her period, you can hug, kiss, stroke, lick, bite,... each other. So many things you could do that would be fun and exciting for both of you! (And honestly, if you've never even though of this because for you sex is only about penis-in-vagina-stuff, that might explain why she doesn't seem very eager to have sex with you...)
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No real men want foreplay. Get out with that. It's always about sparking some bullshit with these women. Almost like its solving a rubix cube blind folded, with one hand, and the colors change every three seconds. But then again vagina feels better than lotion, which is why men are willing to jump through these hoops.
Do you bring it up? Do you have sex, but she never take initiative? Or is it just that she doesn't bring it up and therefore you don't have sex at all? Maybe she's insecure, maybe she doesn't want to have sex, maybe your sexdrive is way higher then hers. Talk to her, it might help. If she only brings it up when she's on her period, when there's no time, when you can't do it, etc, it might be because she doesn't want to, sorry. No matter what reason lies behind it, talk to her!
This definitely. I had that conversation with my fiance recently. He was upset because I rarely initiate sex, so he was feeling unattractive and like I didn't want him. But the truth is we just have different sex drives and I really prefer it when he initiates. So I learned that he really likes it when I initiate, so now I can make an effort to do that more for him. Problem solved! You can't address the problem until you know what it is and both partners are aware of it.