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Not being on the same as your partner sexually can really affect your relationship. Being on two different s sexually can really make for some awkward sexual encounters and painful conversations.
By identifying the key issues you have or highlighting what you wish to expand on, you can work on getting better. After a while with no variation, it gets old.
But using props like a blindfold or handcuffs are subtle ways to expand your kinks. You need spontaneity and something completely different to throw you off guard. You never receive nudes and when you send them they often go unappreciated or barely acknowledged. You need a variety of new moves or something else to make it different than every other time before.
After all, you want to hear them grunt, moan or tell you how good it feels. Sure, eye candy is nice, but you want dirty talk or to feel their hands pull your hair a bit. You need all senses to be alert and pleased. Obviously no one wants to always be the one initiating conversations about improving your vanilla sex life — or be the one to open up about being dissatisfied. But if you found yourself identifying with more than half of these points, you may want to toy with the idea of asking your partner to spice things up to help Is your sex life so vanilla your sex life and make it less vanilla.
Photo by Sabina Tone on Unsplash. Is there other people like me left, or has BDSM taken over the world, and converted everyone, forcing me to either choose between converting myself, or staying single for the rest of my life? Never have, never will in a million years. Just so you know, I am also content with being limited, and like simplicity, peace, calm, and quiet with not a lot of activity, or stimulation going on, and I am a HUGE Home Body.
I like what others would consider Mediocre. Is all of that really so wrong, or bad that I should feel the need to fix, or change about myself? Is that okay? The more sex articles I read online, the more, and more anxiety, depressed, and inadequate I feel. About not being too sexual or focused in it: that is not wrong, you are free to be as you want and in no way that is abnormal, BUT, women this days are obsesed whit sex, the option is to seek a more conservative or serious kind of woman and seting things clear.
Yet: you must know that being in a relationship also means that you need to sacrifice somethings same as your partner should and get a common ground.
A majority of sex articles are not even about biology, psycology or any kind of scientific aproach, they are just trending, opinions or biased statistics, so that just explains you which kind of atention you should give them: NOT TOO MUCH. Well this maybe was long, if it helps you i will be happy, because i was there when i was younger, and sometimes even today, it is not about being inadequate, it is just how modern society works today tomorrow it can work diferent, it always been like that.
If sex is all in wich you think and a bit lees quantity or quality shakes your relationship value like this: then the relationship is not really going well. Life is not about sex, love is not about sex either: it is a part of it, nothing more and nothing less.
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