This post is dedicated to women who love sex. For some reason your desire for a lot of good sex is kept real hush-hush. Why is that? It’s not like every woman with a healthy libido is interested in becoming an adult movie star, so why can’t she openly talk about sex and how she’s gotta have it just as much as some men do? Sounds like a double standard, but that’s just me.
Hopefully as boys mature into men they become more interested in pleasuring their woman and for some men it works out, especially when she is as equally sexually charged. But what happens when a woman’s sex drive is higher than her man’s? It’s not that far fetched that roles are reversed and she is the one nudging him at night as a sign to get things started. And please don’t describe her as a nympho because she is not obsessed with sex, rather she’s very in tune with her body, she knows what she likes and she has needs that must be met.
Men are given advice on what to do when they aren’t getting enough, but where’s the support group when she’s gotta have it? Sexual frustration added to the numerous other aspects of being a woman is a formula for an indescribable attitude. Have you ever been the victim of her wrath? Not a good look, huh? Oh, and let’s not forgot that sometimes this frustration is a result of dissatisfaction, but that’s another topic for another day! Just curious though…ladies, how likely would you date and/or marry a man if you weren’t sexually satisfied by him? Fellas, outside of having Pleasure Talk, here is an article from menshealth.com about 10 Signs She’s Not Satisfied. Any of these sound familiar?
So ladies, what can you do? Nothing. Your guy on the other hand could do some research on “sexual communal strength”. It’s a concept that means you’re motivated to meet your partner’s sexual needs, even when you aren’t in the mood. Question for the men, how willing are you to put some effort into making sure her needs are fully met? I’m sure there are men reading this that aren’t getting enough either, but ummm…this post isn’t about you.
She’s gotta have it! She doesn’t have a headache, she isn’t on her cycle and she’s never too tired for sex. Of course the term “more sex” is subjective. Three days a week could be all she needs or it could be the problem. Regardless, the best solution is to communicate about the frequency and the quality. After that it’s up to him to be open to finding ways to make sure the two of you are not Sexless in the Sheets!