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Old Today, 05:29 AM
 
Location: Coastal New Jersey
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Avalon, who cares how people spell it? Seriously????
Because prostrate is an entirely different word with an entirely different meaning.
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Old Today, 05:32 AM
 
Location: Coastal New Jersey
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PROSTATE cancer, people, not PROSTRATE
Yeah, I wouldn't take that lying down.

Get it? Get it?

Ok. I will leave now...
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Old Today, 05:33 AM
 
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Therapists will say to never withhold sex from your partner, even if you are upset with them......what? You are supposed to make love to someone you are pissed off at?

You are not supposed to deprive your man....it will upset him and make him feel unwanted. What about upsetting the woman? It doesn't upset her to force herself to have sex with someone she doesn't even want to be in the same room with, at the moment?
Actually, this scenerio can make for some pretty damn good sex.

The way it works is that he has to convince you to stay in the room.

Pro tip: Pestering rarely works.


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Old Today, 05:34 AM
 
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A man doesn't need an erection to have an orgasm or give one to his partner. I think most men with ED can still orgasm with oral sex, and it works better than intercourse for a lot of women.
No experience with ED, but the rest of your post is spot on.

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Old Today, 05:44 AM
 
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Here's the deal, women tend to lose interest in sex when they are no longer enjoying it.

If she describes sex as a chore instead of something she looks forward to, there's a problem.
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Old Today, 06:09 AM
 
Location: Colorado Springs
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This is enlightening


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ep2M...index=11&t=18s
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Old Today, 06:58 AM
 
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If she describes sex as a chore instead of something she looks forward to, there's a problem.
Not in every case. Some people simply have a low sex drive by nature, or are even asexual. It's not a "problem", it's simply the way they are hardwired:

What Is Asexuality :: What Is Asexuality?

Describing an asexual person as someone with a 'problem that needs to be addressed' is no more correct than making that same statement about someone who is homosexual. (Of course there are people who do feel that way about homosexuals, unfortunately, but just making the point that asexual persons don't need to be "fixed" any more than homosexuals do. Which is, not at all.)
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Old Today, 08:26 AM
 
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my ex was like that .. she was like a camel ...do it once and that is it for 3 months lol
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Old Today, 09:53 AM
 
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Not in every case. Some people simply have a low sex drive by nature, or are even asexual. It's not a "problem", it's simply the way they are hardwired:

What Is Asexuality :: What Is Asexuality?

Describing an asexual person as someone with a 'problem that needs to be addressed' is no more correct than making that same statement about someone who is homosexual. (Of course there are people who do feel that way about homosexuals, unfortunately, but just making the point that asexual persons don't need to be "fixed" any more than homosexuals do. Which is, not at all.)
Admittedly, my sample is limited, but in all my years I have never met a woman who was enjoying good sex with a caring, competent lover who was disinterested in sex.

Never. Not once.

Now there may be times she would be just too tired. But she would talk longingly of when they could get back on track.

Now admittedly, there may be "asexual" women who marry for other reasons than a sexual partner who then find sex a chore.

I've just never met anyone like that.

Understandable, as according to the article asexuality means not attracted to either sex which would be about 1% of the population.
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Old Today, 09:57 AM
 
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my ex was like that .. she was like a camel ...do it once and that is it for 3 months lol
Not to get too intrusive, but your wife was satisfied with four knock-your-socks-off orgasms a year?
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