So, whereas it’s probably true that most break-ups experience a sex slow-down first, it’s not necessarily true that all sex-slow downs lead to a break-up
If it’s serious enough for you to consider breaking up over it, of course it’s a valid reason to break up. There are people who leave their partners for frivolous reasons, but they’re not the people wondering if their reasons are frivolous. If you want to break up, you absolutely have the right to. Hell, even if you did have a frivolous reason for breaking up, it would still be the right thing to do if you felt like this relationship couldn’t make you happy.
No, I know. Sorry. It has just been really rough lately and I kind of had an epiphany reading this article.
Its a sign for you to stop having sex with people just devote your time to god and prayer and serve the comunities.the hand that serves is holy but the millionairematch lips that lick vagina is chose to be holy.the highest form for a woman is motherhood while the lowest of the low form is being a childless lesbian,nothing is lower than a woman licking another womans vagina and thats why satan laughs at yourll.
No idea if the post is just a copy/paste because I don’t speak Italian, but at the end of that “Riese in Italian” article there’s a link that that re-directs here.
2. You’re Depressed
Lesbianism is, among other things, touching other women – through dancing, playing soccer, hugging, holding hands, kissing … [Lesbians need to] free the libido from the tyranny of orgasm-seeking. Sometimes hugging is nice.
So I’m just leaving my comment here in case you didn’t notice what I’m noticing and that you’re willing and open to change this term. I can’t think of any logical explanation of why you’d conscientiously decide to use this term, so I’m guessing it was just a slip. That happened twice. At least twice.
Studies show wlw couples have sex less often than man/woman couples, but come on, one big reason for that is the many man/woman relationships where the woman feels pressured into having sex when she doesn’t want it but her partner does (which isn’t to say that men always have higher libidos than women or that there are no mismatched libido couples where the woman wants sex more frequently or even that women never pressure each other into sex, but let’s not forget that we live in a society that tells men to go after what they want while also telling women to be nice and compromise.) So why do we care if we’re living up to straight people’s standards of being sexual enough? Instead of laying out acceptable excuses for not having more sex, wouldn’t it be better to question sexual standards in the first place?
Solanas’ work in particular was also never treated as mainstream. She was considered a crazy person in her time. There were people who liked what she was saying, but definitely not a lot of them.
She has bipolar and PTSD relating to childhood abuse, and is on medication to control it, as well as undergoing intensive therapy. She has severe flashbacks to that time of her life, which combined with the medication she’s on make her libido practically non-existent. When we got together, we had the thrill of a new relationship keeping us going sexually, but of course it didn’t last.
I’m really sorry. I was serious. And I swear I’m usually a more reasonable person. I just kind of had an epiphany with this article. I have been feeling like things aren’t the same for a little while and I also feel very smothered in my relationship. I’m not sure if those are valid reasons to break up. I do still love her. Thanks for your reply! It kind of helped.