If it were up to me, I’d be having sex twice a day.
I’ve never met a man who could handle sex once a day (every day) after the first flush of lust. I spent a long time wondering what was wrong with me (or wrong with my relationships) before I accepted that I just have a very high libido. And there’s a certain freedom in knowing that no matter what, I won’t be having as much sex as I’d like.
If her idea of showing gratitude is laughing at your libido, show her ass the door. Our sex is good when we have it, good enough that I haven’t left yet—but I know in time I will. I have spoken with him numerous times about how unsatisfied I am and how ridiculous this all is. After 10 years in this relationship (four of them married), I get it.
Male and Normal Why didn’t you just tell NGU the truth? I am straight, married, a woman, a mother, and my husband has the libido of a gnat. It is never going to change, he is never going to change, we are never going to change.
If I want more sex, I need to divorce him and move on.
He is a good man, a great husband, and an excellent father.
But she ignores the fact that testosterone levels are not static.
Women can increase our testosterone production”¦and we should.
Well, that’s what dildos and vibrators were invented for!
"I’m too tired," "I’m too stressed," that kind of thing. You were right on about not wanting straight-up vaginal intercourse (no pun intended). Yes, we are lesbians, so maybe your assertion that straight couples will never have perfect libido harmony is correct, but don’t go telling people that we don’t exist at all.