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What do you consider to be a healthy sex life?
by Anonymous
March 6, 2013 at 8:52 PM
How many times a week or month would you consider to be a healthy sex life with you SO?


  • Anonymous 25
    by Anonymous 25
    March 8, 2013 at 12:26 AM

    I assume women have sex daily must have husbands with average/below average sized penises.  Hubs is hung like a horse.  I feel like I've had a baby afterwards - sometimes even with slight tearing.  Definitely can't do that everyday....  

  • RaeRaeNe
    March 8, 2013 at 9:27 AM

    im not saying whenever he has a need but so many women have so many excuses and just cut their husbands off completely for petty reasons.

    Quoting MissErin28:

    I really hate this so much. And i am sorry for using you as an example. But his needs? what about our needs ? or lack of need? I would be completely upset if my husband felt i needed get face down ass up every time his shit got hard. Having sex should be a mutual thing, something you share together when BOTH parties are ready and willing. Not just because one member of the relationship has a need at any given time. Why turn sex into a job?  I dont see anything wrong with masterbation either. I dont think there is anything wrong with watching porn. ( i understand some women are against porn, thats OK ) .

    Quoting RaeRaeNe:

    Lol why all the excuses for why you dont have sex enough, really you can figure out 15 minutes around your dang kids? No wonder men look at porn and please themselves, women really dont care about their husbands needs very much.

  • kbix82
    by kbix82
    March 8, 2013 at 9:59 AM

    3-5 times a week

  • garnet83
    March 8, 2013 at 10:02 AM

    As long as both people are satisfied with each other. A couple times a week for us.

  • gilbertgrl627
    March 8, 2013 at 10:36 AM

    This exactly. 

    Quoting notabosley:

    A healthy sex life is individual, one that satisfied you and your partner is the ideal. I don't think frequency is what really matters.

  • Anonymous 58
    by Anonymous 58
    March 21, 2013 at 3:14 PM

    i think it has to do with how you and your significant other relate to eachother over and above the sex part.  If you feel comfortable and honest and secure with them, you will want to be intimate more often, HOwever,there can be times when its not a matter of want its a matter of pain.  if you think thres a problem, its usually one that can dealt with by professionals. look into this site, the Director is very knowledgeable and has worked with many women in this position ( no pun intended!) 

    good luck

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