Jun 19

Not Having a Consistently Good Sex Partner

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Edited: Jun 24

 

So, I’m not going to lie, it’s been quite some time since I’ve had sex and even longer since good sex. I’m not necessarily waiting for a boyfriend, but I am waiting until I think the sex would actually be good.

With that being said, I think I need to restructure the conversations about sex with a potential sex partner. My current questions are based on a younger, more timid version of myself. Now that I’m older, I way less shy, in conversations and especially in the bed. Being open and honest about what I want and willing to do is the only way that I will be able to truly gauge if someone will be compatible in the bedroom.

What about you? Have you been lucky in the bedroom? Are you vocal about your needs? If so, what do you do and say? If not, what do you think the issue is?

 

 

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