My SO is very sexual and I'm quite awkward. Being pregnant isn't really helping in that department but I think I give back in other ways like personality, cooking and general awesomeness :lol:
We've been together almost 5 years so I think it's going quite well :lol:
Sex is a big part of the natural instinct of a relationship. Affection, breeding, etc. if that's off, it's bound to cause serious issues at some point.
Quoting Red Bottom:" Sex is a big part of the natural instinct of a relationship. Affection, breeding, etc. if that's off, it's bound to cause serious issues at some point."
thats what i said! i think its really important to have good sex
<blockquote><b>Quoting bugs mommy☮:</b>" thats what i said! i think its really important to have good sex"</blockquote>
It is important, but it's not everything. And the things you listed that are issues can be improved. They need to sit down and have an open and honest discussion on how expand their sexual encounters. And things he can stop to make it more fun and not awkward.
She can tell him she loves him, she loves looking at his body and it's a major turn on and say things that make him feel that way... Like when he's opening up she can say that he's sexy and even with clothes on. Compliment him and she can tell him, just say thank you. It might help with his self esteem about not wanting her to see him.
Have him masturbate a bit before hand and see if that helps with the lasting. And/or wearing a condom.
Tell him NO MORE ASKING WHAT'S WRONG. that would be a huge turn off. Or she can tell him during- you asking what's wrong IS what's wrong. Stop it.
As for Vanilla sex, maybe they can make a trip to a sex shop, but a book on passion and romance, maybe a board game to try new adventures and positions...
There is so much more to a relationship than sex. If they are good friends, have the same interests and are happy otherwise why not try to work on it? Ya know? Sex should be fun and exciting and enjoyable.