Q&A: I Don’t Enjoy Touching My Husband Or Giving Him Oral Sex.

Although most men and women in the US have tried oral sex, not everyone likes it and not everyone keeps doing it. If you and your husband don’t like oral sex, then it probably makes it easier that you both feel the same way. It can be more difficult when one person likes oral sex a lot and the other person in the relationship doesn’t like oral sex.

Q&A: Decreased Libido and Vaginal Lubrication. Anything I Can Do?

Some women experience vaginal dryness after taking low dose birth control pills. Also, it’s common for women to feel more dry if they start having sex shortly after a warm shower or bath, if they’re taking allergy medications such as antihistamines, or while they are breastfeeding.

Q&A: Could Natural Supplements Help To Increase My Sexual Desire?

The supplements that are currently on the market have not been subject to the sorts of medical and scientific tests that one would have to undergo if they were marketing the substance as a medication. Therefore there is no way to tell if the substance is safe, if it works, or what the side effects are.

Q&A: Getting Fitted For A Collar – Sexual Fantasy Or Alarm Bells?

Without talking directly to your partner about his idea to get you fitted for a collar, it is difficult to know whether he was making a joke, expressing a sexual desire or fantasy, sincerely making plans to get you a collar and involve you in sexual role plays (such as slave and master role plays) or something else.

Q&A: Foot Fetishes – Are They Normal?

There has been only a little research related to what some call “foot fetishes” and though it is quite clear that people have linked feet into their sex play for centuries, it is unclear what it is that drives some people to experience such intense arousal or eroticism when they see, touch or lick another person’s feet.

Q&A: Embarrassed By Erections In Social Situations

Men often go to great lengths to hide the fact that they have an erection in social situations. They may try to adjust their pants, hold things like a book or a newspaper in front of their crotch area, or try to think distracting thoughts in the hopes that such thoughts will dampen their erection.

Q&A: My Husband Stopped Sleeping With Me

It can feel confusing and frustrating to want to be sexually intimate with one’s partner and for that partner to decline invitations to have sex. People stop having sex for many reasons and it is impossible for us to know why your husband stopped having sex with you.

Q&A: What Might Cause Fatigue The Day After Sex?

Although there have been a few case reports of individuals who feel tired or lethargic after sex or masturbation, I’m not aware of any reports of couples feeling so dramatically tired after sex that they find it difficult to go about their daily routine.

Q&A: Desire Discrepancies – How Often Do Older Couples Have Sex?

My wife and I are in our late 50s.  We were having a friendly discussion about the frequency of love making at our age.  I am up for 3-4 times a week.  My wife thinks this is well above the norm. I say, maybe a bit above average, but who cares.  Where are we on the Bell Curve?