Fast forward through two decades of sexual misfires and dysfunction, we finally have found pleasure together–the topic of my blog. I’m glad you all found me there… and I look forward to reading more about your journey. Sexual love isn’t always easy and natural. Society and religion have kept human sexuality under cover and somewhat taboo, and married couples sometimes can’t shake those hangups without help. It’s good that this world of blogging has opened up, and hopefully given couples hope! Keep writing your truth!
On that note, no matter who is doing what to who, some people have a hard time hearing what someone doesn't like, and feel very upset about getting what they take to be criticism during sex. It's a good idea to try not to take that kind of feedback personally, and to remember that someone telling us what they don't like is one of the ways we find out what they do like. As well, sex of any kind is always a place where we might here no just as often as yes. It always needs to be okay for anyone involved in any kind of sex to set a limit or to ask for a partner not to do something, whether that's because they don't want to do that thing or just because it doesn't feel good to them.