Sexual Admissions from a Stay at Home Mom
Everyone likes to talk about sex. Unless of course, they are talking about their own sex lives. In that case, most people make up a lot of stories, keep their mouths completely shut, or spend a lot of time ruminating about whether their coupled sex life is normal or not.
What is the national average? Is a marriage doomed if a couple goes a month without having sex? Is it always the men who ‘want it more,' and the women who don't ‘put out enough,' as the old cliches seem to indicate? Is bigger really better? And what do women really want in the bedroom?
Women are so often accused of being or becoming non-sexual creatures once they have children. Men stand around water coolers and complain that their wife is just no longer interested in sex. But is THAT really the case?
A sex survey that dates back to the late 1800's seems to indicate that women DO and ALWAYS HAVE had a healthy appreciation for sex. The 1867 document, that is dubbed the world’s first sex survey, indicates that women have just as much of a healthy desire for intimacy as do their male counterparts. And even more interesting is that the fantasies of women may even surpass that of their male partners. Just look at the immense success of 50 Shades of Grey.
So why all this miscommunication between the sexes? Today, if a woman wants to be sexual – she should be able to put aside her maternal instincts long enough to ask to be satisfied by her man. Is it still considered ‘unladylike' to do so? Is a woman who loves sex considered a slut?
And if men, so interested in having MORE sex with their partners are really that interested – why don't they quite simply put a little more effort into pleasing their woman?
Perhaps then, they would find a much more willing partner who is not just willing – but excited, ecstatic even – to put the baby down for an early nap. According to a Cosmopolitan survey, 83% of married women surveyed felt that their partners quit trying to please them, or became uninterested in the quality of their sex life once they were in a committed relationship with children.
Come on guys! Man up a little. And ladies….let's be honest about your needs.
If the women from the 1800's could admit that the pleasurable sensations of sex were a natural part of a happier, more natural existence – then why can't the women of 2013 do the same?
What about you? Has the QUALITY or QUANTITY of your sex life declined since you became a parent?