According to a study by The Times sex columnnist Suzy Godson of married couples aged 36-55, 44 per cent had sex weekly, 32 had sex monthly, 11 per cent had sex annually, 9 per cent never have sex and 4 per cent had sex every day. How are you (or your partner) going to cope when you haven't had sex for months or years (even if voluntarily) and you know having your appetite reawakened means nothing because the bored-with-sex partner at home, hasn't had the same experience. But if you honestly think that'll be greeted with a yawn, disapproving frown and 'I thought we discussed we weren't doing that anymore' sniff, next time you might well opt to chat up the dishy waiter. Or that guy on the bus who you've started chatting to lately, feeling an oddly familiar stirring below as you do so.
You're away on a business trip, working late and eating in the hotel restaurant, and the friendly, attractive waiter leans forward to clear your food away and you get a whiff of his aftershave and out of nowhere, suddenly you remember and all those memories of hot, frantic, fabulous sex rush back at alarming speed. Yes, you could try racing home and saying 'Honey, I remember how great sex was! So if your excuse for not 'doing it' is simply that neither of you feel like it anymore because you've been together 'forever' and it seems like 'such an effort' and you'd both 'really honestly watch telly together', perhaps you might like to have a little rethink.
I wasn’t like many teens, who consider sex a rite of passage.
And given the choice between having just one boy with whom to spend all my time or a group of boys, friends trumped boyfriend.
In college there were a handful of guys who probably could have been my first, but things never quite worked out.
Only after she feels that way, will she then truly open up and want to connect with you emotionally.
When that happens, she will want to get physical by kissing you and having sex with you.