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First off, if you find a qualified professional who is adequately educated in human sexuality (like the professionals of the organization American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, & Therapists AASECT) then I cannot imagine they would be uncomfortable. If your topic is one that the practitioner doesn't specialize in, I?m sure they would refer you to someone who does. It's a great network and I'm proud to be part of it.That said, not every psychotherapist is part of this group. There are other sex-informed organizations you can find that a sex-informed professional could be part of, like ISSWSH, WASC, SSSS, and SIECUS. Google those ones.If you're unsure of how your psychotherapist will react to the topic of sex, just ask. Ask questions. I would want to know if they went through a SAR - (Sexual Attitude Reassessment/Restructuring) and also ask their views about porn and sex addiction. Those items are my own litmus test for a sex- positive person to get a quick sense of their attitudes about sexuality.Asking the psychotherapist up front their views about sexuality is a fair thing to do, especially if you want to talk about your sexuality in your sessions.Wishing you the best care!Lanae, ...
Published Date : 7/27/2018

Eh, forget that guy.Why is he mad? He's just bitter because you won't have sex with him, and he assumes that if you liked him you'd be more likely to have sex with him.He could also be saying he's mad to manipulate you to have sex with him, playing on a notion that you wouldn't want to make him mad at you. (See how screwed up that is??) A manipulation, pure and simple.Fuck that guy (but not literally)....
Published Date : 10/24/2019

No, not at all. It just means you don't dig that particular depiction of whatever you watched.There is so much adult content out there. A lot is poor to bad quality, but there is some good stuff out there.If you want real people having sex with their partners, check out MakeLoveNotPorn - social sex video sharing platform The couples on there make money for their own video submissions versus some (typically) male producer/director making porn the way he thinks sex happens. Hint: typical porn is all just someone else's fantasy.Not enjoying porn does not mean you are gay (as if there was something wrong with being gay - there's not). Anyone telling you that is hella ignorant...
Published Date : 8/12/2020

Does Christianity preclude consent?I?m not an expert in Christianity (I was raised Roman Catholic) but what phrase in the Bible has you thinking having sex with a bed ridden husband is a requirement?Regardless of your religion, I believe you are not required to do anything, sexually or otherwise, that grosses you out. Your body, your choice. Otherwise, it?s a form of indentured servitude....
Published Date : 8/4/2018

Yup. And he'd call himself a switch.Even though our culture like to think of men as always dominant, there are plenty of men and women who like both. The damage comes from others (both men and women) judging that men in particular shouldn't be submissive. Thinking that way is just misguided....
Published Date : 9/19/2018

No, it's not weird to fantasize about becoming a girl for a few days. Doing so, you may develop a greater understanding, empathy, or compassion for girls/women than you had before. And you may also realize how much work some women put into becoming a human female.? You know, it's sad that girls are able to dress like boys with little repercussions but boys dressing like girls can be dangerous. Fantasies can be tricky. Sometimes they're not so practical to act out. Or it may not be safe to do so. Homophobia is a real thing and queer and trans teens experience a lot of hate, bullying and sometimes worse. I wouldn't wish this backlash on anyone. <>. This is one of this situations that I wish Quora wasn't anonymous because I'd love to hear about what you learn. Be safe. ...
Published Date : 7/9/2018

Lube.Use lube. Lubrication is a good thing and there's no shame in using it. Anyone who might shame you for using it is an uninformed jerk (besides, guys use it to beat off so why shouldn't we??)There are all kinds of lube out there for all kinds of acts/situations/preferences. Here's a comprehensive guide to what's what:http://www.thecsph.org/adultsexe...Some sex stores provide samples to try before you buy. Bonus tip, some of the lube like silicone lube can be used on bike chains too! #mundaneableThere are lots of contributing factors for why a person might need lube - diet, medications, aging, etc. Get used to using it before you should need it...
Published Date : 11/28/2018

I'm not going to speak for All Women because truth is, some women do like when a man moans during sex and some women don't.Talking to your partner about what she likes specifically is important. There's probably really important backstory for each woman to listen to as well. Some people might have been traumatized so a man moaning might not be sexy for them.Personally, I enjoy it when it's authentic because to me it's signifying my partner's pleasurable feelings. And that's really sexy....
Published Date : 5/15/2019

Thanks for the A2A.No, I do not have any fetishes I've never mentioned to anyone else. As it is, I've got a relationship that enables me to talk about my desires and interests freely with my partner. I'm lucky ??I've learned about and tried a lot of things. I'm FASCINATED by kinks and fetishes. My education and training has made me and my coaching practice kink-, fetish-, and bdsm-friendly....
Published Date : 5/6/2019

I don't know about elsewhere but lots of people focus their attention on the feeling of pleasure while they're approaching the point of orgasm. That's what gets some people off.If by elsewhere you mean not thinking about bills, work, yard work, family squabbles, etc, then YES....
Published Date : 3/21/2019

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