May 17, 2016 · This can include pain during sex due to menopausal vulvo-vaginal atrophy resulting from a lack of hormones as well as a burning pain syndrome of the genitals. Difficulty being aroused.
In our first installment, we talk to Laura and Jennifer Berman, The Sex Scientists, about why so many women can't enjoy sex. We also take an in-depth look at the where, how and why of one of the major goals-- an orgasm. Future components of SEX TODAY will explore other key factors such as arousal, aging, desire, diet, drugs, and exercise.
If you don’t have a sex drive and you don’t care, then this isn’t a problem, and you shouldn’t feel pressured to partake in sex just for the sake of it. Clothilde, too, does want to enjoy sex at some point, and has high hopes that she will, one day.
5 things women won’t tell you about sex (but you need to know) When I put out a call on Twitter for advice they wanted to give to partners, these were some of the most common responses. Photo Author: Amanda Marcotte.