Do you want to have a passionate relationship, full of love and sex, and throwing each other against the wall in lust? This is possible, even years into your relationship, but only if you understand these 3 things about sexual desire.
It’s a huge stereotype that women have lower libidos than men do. You can see that stereotype play out on almost every TV show or comedy sketch about marriage. But is it actually true? Do women desire sex less than men do?
We keep talking about low libido, but what does that even mean? What does it look like? Is there a definition that can clear things up? Yes, and no. How do we make sense of such a subjective experience?
Wondering if your relationship is on the rocks? Relationship troubles can start very minor and escalate into huge problems that seem way too difficult to deal with. The secret is to notice the red flags and danger signs when they first start so that you can nip it in the bud before they destroy your relationship.
Trying to determine the difference between low libido and asexuality can be very difficult, especially if you’ve always assumed you have a low libido and recently discovered the asexual community. But how do you tell the difference between being asexual or having a low libido?
Yes, you haven’t had sex in ages. And you know what? You don’t even care! You could go your whole life never having sex again and you’d be just fine. So what if you have low libido, it doesn’t affect your life. Sound familiar?