Friday, 2 September 2016

WHY DOESN'T MY BOYFRIEND WANT TO HAVE SEⅩ AS MUCH AS I DO?


Dear Afro News,

My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost a year. He loves me, treats me so well, tells me he wants to be with me long term, etc. Only problem - I want to have seⅹ more than he does. When we have seⅹ, it's great, but it happens a few times a week, when he wants it, whereas I'd be down for seⅹ pretty much any time. Sometimes I initiate, and he's just not in the mood, or tired, which leaves me seⅹually frustrated.



He's also in his late twenties - i've read libido can slow down for guys around then. Ive talked to him about it a few times and he's said he'll go down on me more/ try harder, but not much has changed. I'm not sure how much is fair to ask if he just has a lower libido than me - its never acceptable to pressure someone into seⅹ.

Like I said, other than this, the relationship is great. So I wanted a pro's opinion - what is considered a "normal" seⅹ drive range for a guy in his late twenties? I know he's making an effort, but why wouldn't he want to try harder to satisfy me? How should I interpret times when he just doesn't want to have seⅹ? Also, when do you think problems with seⅹ can be a deal breaker for a relationship?

Sincerely,

Cynthia Madu
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