“Embarrassing, but sadly true. Only 48% of Americans report feeling sexually satisfied, as opposed to 90% in Italy!”
I believe this is true based on divorce rates and adultery in the USA.
What do you think? Perhaps marriage counseling should include good old-fashioned SEX with each other (exclude the therapist) integrated with communication:
1. That feels good…please continue;
2. Re-direct to areas of pleasure;
3. Tell me what feels good to YOU…..does this or that?
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10 thoughts on “Sex: Greater Than Half of Americans Dissatisfied In Bed”
Lmfao. Both are lying. And hey, why should the ‘therapist’ be excluded?
And that is the problem. They both develop issues over orgasm instead of relishing the moment and free thought.
Why include the therapist? There is no need to for sex therapy and marriage counseling if communication and sex are good.
In cases where sex is bad, I advocate divorce and moving on.
Nah, that would put me out of business.
Are you in the sex business? Are you a sex worker?
You didn’t know? Come on. Really?
I guessed you to be a mature man…..then there is Hugh Hefner…. now there is a man who just always seems happy.
Hugh Hefner? What in Allah’s name has Hugh Hefner to do with this? Easter is not around the corner you know!
The demand today is performance plus. Pleasure is satisfying and the benefits are remarkable. If your a man, have sex and lots, it’s good for your prostrate not keeping that baby making fluid inside. It builds stamina with time and endurance, strengthens your heart muscles keeping the blood flowing to that very important head so you don’t pass out. You work past the pains in your stomach muscles, by taking a break doing something else. Your partner will really like it.
I couldn’t finish Angela. My boss called on the phone telling me I was on shift. So I had to pull out quickly and finish later.