... I am a woman, and also watch porn more than my bf does... I really don't see the problem...
And if you say that you feel there is no link with your sexual problems, then there probably isn't. But only you can know this...
In any case, I find your friend's ideas pretty silly... I've never had trouble climaxing :D
You mentioned low self-esteem? I have had two relationships.... (7 replies)
... I was wondering if any of you had tried Vigel for female sexual enhancement, and if so, how it worked for you. I am having trouble climaxing since I started on Lexapro and thought maybe this might help me. ... (0 replies)
... JinL, I am having trouble climaxing when my hubby and I have sex now that I'm on an anti-depressant. Sex drive has not decreased, nor sensitiving, but just the release while making love. I called my GYN (who gave me the Lexapro) and asked him for Periactin, which is a antihistime that you take an hour before sex and is supposed to block the AD's negative affects on your... (5 replies)
... I know I should just be happy that I can orgasm, but something has become a slight problem. I used to have a bit of trouble climaxing through masturbation, and found it impossible to climax if someone else was touching me. I had to do it myself. Then, I had someone else give me an orgasm. ... (4 replies)
... intercourse their is no direct stimulation to the clitoris therefore greatly slighting the womens chance at climax. Speaking from personal experience in having trouble with climax through vaginal intercourse I have found that the more I let go of my inhabitions the better intercourse is for me and him. ... (30 replies)
... Hello all,
My girlfriend and I have been together for almost 2 years now and our sex has always been AMAZING. We are 31 years old. However, in the past year and a half she has experienced significant family hardships, so 2-3 months ago she decided to go on an anti-anxiety medication to help relieve her of this stress/anxiety. She also has had always trouble sleeping (very... (6 replies)
... have sex with you, he can not relate to that feeling. Sex is also a mind experience. He should get some help if this continues. Maybe also there is some fear of climaxing inside of you? ... (4 replies)